Astrophysics PhD in finance. I am very fond of game theory and behavioral econ and I think they have not been optimally used yet beyond academia. I guess I can claim the scientist part of data science. As for the (big) data part, oh my! Take a look at big science - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Science - I should know...
Astrophysics PhD in finance. I am very fond of game theory and behavioral econ and I think they have not been optimally used yet beyond academia. I guess I can claim the scientist part of data science. As for the (big) data part, oh my! Take a look at big science - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Science - I should know something about it... SKILLS • C++, SLANG, FORTRAN 77, R, PASCAL, Python, Perl, shell scripting and many other things… and curious about everything... • HPC: MPI parallelization using Tungsten & Copper clusters at National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Teragrid, etc • Methods: simulation methods such as Monte Carlo, ML (studying hard!), NLP - ok, at the very beginning • Other stuff: Matlab, Mathematica RExcel, VBA, Tex/LaTex, RExcel, etc • Operating Systems: Linux/Unix, Mac OS X, Windows • Physics, Astrophysics/Cosmology (BS/MS/PhD; specialized in Theoretical & Numerical Cosmology)) • Probability & Statistics, Linear Algebra, Multi-variable Calculus, Complex Analysis, Differential Equations, Math Methods for Physics, some Econometrics & stochastic calculus • Research skills: 19 publications (870 citations in Google Scholar as of 1/13/2015) • Example of research impact: the “Tasitsiomi Spectrum” (sometimes referred to as the “Tasitsiomi Profile” or “Tasitsiomi et al. 2002 parameterisation”) e.g.: http://188.8.131.52/indico/getFile.py/accesscontribId=441&sessionId=4&resId=2&materialId=paper&confId=0 http://arxiv.org/pdf/1208.5356.pdf http://www-library.desy.de/preparch/desy/proc/proc09-05/schwanke_ullrich.pdf http://lpsc.in2p3.fr/clumpy/spectra_8h.html • Communication/Presentation skills: Over 30 academic talks and posters in more than 20 different institutions in the US and overseas; multiple finance client presentations • Teaching: taught graduate & undergraduate Physics/Astrophysics classes in Princeton & the University of Chicago • Poetry – Composed a book of poems entitled: “Leaps of youth", Pegassos Pub., 1995, GreeceVice President @ From December 2013 to Present (2 years 1 month) Senior Associate @ From March 2011 to November 2013 (2 years 9 months) Associate @ • Developed inter-day, long-short, momentum/reversal trading strategies for US Treasury bonds and futures • Built factor and structural models to forecast corporate credit spreads • Developed econometric forecasting tools for emerging markets • Built financial stress indices • Developed method of optimizing risk allocation relative to benchmark in credit portfolios • Built trading strategies based on econometric forecasting of spreads and rates • Constructed canonical correlation analysis and dimensionality reduction algorithms for multi-sector analysis From October 2009 to January 2011 (1 year 4 months) Lyman Spitzer fellow and Cotsen Lecturer @ Princeton U-Lyman Spitzer Fellow • Used Hydro+Adaptive Refinement Code & developed Monte Carlo Radiative Transfer code to study Ly–a galaxies • Developed theoretical & empirical models for dynamical evolution of groups & clusters, etc. • Investigated Halo Occupation Distribution statistics • Student advising, talks, papers, etc. Princeton U Society of Fellows-Cotsen Lecturer • Teaching: “AST 401: Cosmology” (Advanced undergraduate cosmology class for science & engineering majors); “AST 541: Seminar in Theoretical Astrophysics”(Graduate level class) From December 2005 to December 2008 (3 years 1 month) Research and teaching assistant @ U of Chicago PhD graduate research assistant • Developed accelerated radiative transfer Monte Carlo code • Used N-body simulations to investigate cosmological halo accretion & structure • Developed empirical mass-light model • Made theoretical predictions about correlation functions, biases, & weak lensing observations • Student advising Graduate research assistant (MS) • Made theoretical predictions for supersymmetric dark matter annihilation Graduate teaching assistant (MS) • Labs: "Stellar Astronomy & Astrophysics”, “Origin & evolution of the Universe”,“Physics of Stars & Stellar Systems” From September 2000 to September 2005 (5 years 1 month) Research and teaching assistant @ From September 1996 to June 2000 (3 years 10 months) Visiting researcher @ Solar flares study From June 1998 to August 1998 (3 months) PhD, Astrophysics @ University of Chicago From 2003 to 2005 Master, Physics @ University of Chicago From 2001 to 2002 BS, Physics, Valedictorian @ Aristoteleion Panepistimion Thessalonikis From 1996 to 2000 Argyro PhD is skilled in: Science, Physics, Astrophysics, Mathematics, Data Science, Quantitative Analytics, High Performance Computing, Business Strategy, Public Speaking, Simulations, Algorithms, Programming, Quantitative Finance, Optimization, Strategic Visionary
December 2013 to Present
March 2011 to November 2013
Prudential Asset Management
October 2009 to January 2011
Lyman Spitzer fellow and Cotsen Lecturer
December 2005 to December 2008
The University of Chicago
Research and teaching assistant
September 2000 to September 2005
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Research and teaching assistant
September 1996 to June 2000
Observatoire de Paris, Section de Meudon
June 1998 to August 1998
What company does Argyro PhD work for?
Argyro PhD works for Goldman Sachs
What is Argyro PhD's role at Goldman Sachs?
Argyro PhD is Vice President
What industry does Argyro PhD work in?
Argyro PhD works in the Financial Services industry.
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