Baruch MFE Director
Please introduce yourself and purpose of taking the course. We look forward to you joining the course.
I am Yuxuan Ren, a first year graduate students majoring in operations research at Georgia Tech. I am so into stochastic calculus and my ultimate goal is to become a quant researcher specialized in pricing. I find myself inexperienced in interviews, especially in answering brain teasers. I hope to refresh my mind on quantitative finance and improve my interview skills from your beautiful lectures.
I am David, currently the graduate from Washington University in St. Louis. My graduate major is quantitative finance and my undergraduate major is financial mathematics. I am expected to graduate in Dec 2019, and it is always my wish to find a quant opportunity in NY. With this wish, I have finished both Python and C++ certificates for MFE Baruch, and also bought and learned every book available on the FE Pressing, since they are useful and will let me well prepared for interviews. I am pretty sure this course will serve a similar role during my career path in the future!
I am Peter, an undergraduate currently in my senior year. I am very interested in financial engineering and thus looking forward to being enrolled in one of the MFE programs after I graduate. Though I'm not majored in relevant fields, I've been taking courses myself including QuantNet's online course of c++ programming. I had a very good experience during that course, so I decided to take this one as well.
My name is Yu Liao, with a background in FE and Quantitative Modeling. Currently, I am pursuing my Master's degree in the city.
My interest is in risk quant. Besides, I would love to learn more related to option pricing. Graduating in May 2020, I can expect this course will prepare me well for my job interviews.
Tons of thanks to those who are organizing and offering this course!