Professor Glassermanâs publications include the book, Monte Carlo Methods in Financial Engineering (Springer, 2004), which received the 2006 Lanchester Prize and the 2005 I-Sim Outstanding Publication Award. Among his many other awards, Professor Glasserman received the 2004 Wilmott Award for Cutting-Edge Research in Quantitative Finance and Risk Magazine's 2007 Quant of the Year Award. He is also a two-time recipient of the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence (1994, 2000).
Professor Glasserman's research and teaching focus on risk management, the pricing of derivative securities, Monte Carlo simulation, statistics and operations. Prior to joining Columbia University, Glasserman was with Bell Laboratories and has also held visiting positions at Princeton University, NYU, and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Glasserman also serves on the editorial boards of Finance & Stochastics, Mathematical Finance, the Journal of Computational Finance, and the SIAM Journal on Financial Mathematics. He chairs the Education Committee of the Professional Risk Managers International Association (PRMIA). Glasserman held the position of senior vice dean of the Columbia Business School in 2004-2008 and served as interim director of the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics in 2005-2007.
âIt is an honor and a privilege to have someone of Professor Glassermanâs high caliber join the Numerix Advisory Board, and I would personally like to welcome him,â said Steven R. O'Hanlon, President and COO at Numerix. âNumerix works closely with some of the worldâs most innovative leaders in quantitative research, and to have Professor Glasserman join the Advisory Board further expands the breadth and depth of our quantitative knowledge,â OâHanlon added.
âThe research that Professor Glasserman has carried out is at the forefront of innovation when it comes to financial engineering and Monte Carlo methods,â added Dr. Serguei Issakov, Senior Vice President of Quantitative Research & Development at Numerix. âHe is a known pioneer in the acceleration of Monte Carlo techniques, including calculation of sensitivities needed for stable hedging, and we are truly honored to have someone with Professor Glassermanâs industry expertise as a member of the Advisory Board,â said Dr. Issakov.
âIt is a tremendous privilege to be named as a member of the Advisory Board,â said Professor Glasserman. Professor Glasserman is the third member to be appointed to the Numerix Quantitative Advisory Board. The Advisory Board creates an industry leadership forum comprised of the âtop professional mindsâ from quantitative research across the academic and financial services industry at large. The Advisory Board will also seek to promote professional interaction between renowned academics, researchers and Numerix.
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