I am a quantitative researcher at Optiver, an options market making firm in Chicago.
In 2021, I received my PhD in statistics and operations research from UNC-Chapel Hill where I was advised by Andrew Nobel (UNC-Chapel Hill) and Kevin McGoff (UNC-Charlotte). My dissertation is titled Computation and Consistent Estimation of Stationary Optimal Transport Plans. More broadly, my research interests include optimization, mathematical finance, stochastic processes and statistical machine learning.
When not at work, you can probably find me running, playing guitar, or adventuring around Chicago with my wife.