I am a quantitative analyst that has worked at a number of shops, listed in my LinkedIn profile. My career is on hold right now while I support my wife in her PhD, and while I help my daughter who has leukemia. In the time I have free, I’m conducting research in an effort to develop my own trading intellectual property. I’m also working on this blog in order to sharpen my skills and stay abreast of new developments in machine learning.
PhD in Computer Science, University of Southern California
Master of Financial Mathematics, University of Minnesota
BS in Applied Physics, Brigham Young University
I’m also pleased to have hired my nephew for the summer to help with coding and research:
I am a current student at Brigham Young University studying applied and computational mathematics with an emphasis in data science. Over the last year, I have greatly enjoyed working on various coding projects such as numerical methods of root finding, iterative methods of integration in three dimensions, and message encryption. When I am not working on a math or programming project, I am usually in the mountains on my bike or rock-climbing. I can be reached on LinkedIn here: www.linkedin.com/in/abraham-harris-utah.