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Financial Engineering

Financial engineering is a process that utilizes existing financial instruments to create a new and enhanced product of some type. Just about any combination of financial instruments and products can be used in financialengineering. The process may involve a simple union between two products, or make use of several different products to create a new product that provides benefits that none of the other instruments could manage on their own.

Research Area Faculty

  Name Department Contact
vza1.jpg Averbukh Kulikov, Victoria
Professor of Practice
Operations Research and Information Engineering 2 West Loop Road, New York, NY 10044
646 971-3872
sgh9.jpg Henderson, Shane G.
Professor
Operations Research and Information Engineering 230 Frank HT Rhodes Hall
607 255-9126
acm299.jpg Minca, Andreea C.
Andrew Schultz ’36 PhD’41 Sesquicentennial Fellow
Operations Research and Information Engineering 222 Frank HT Rhodes Hall
607 255-9133
pp396.jpg Patie, Pierre
Canaan Faculty Fellow
Operations Research and Information Engineering 219 Frank HT Rhodes Hall
607 255-9130
sir1.jpg Resnick, Sidney Ira
Lee Teng-Hui Professor of Engineering
Operations Research and Information Engineering 284 Frank HT Rhodes Hall
607 255-1210
dr24.jpg Ruppert, David
Andrew Schultz Jr. Professor of Engineering and Professor of Statistical Science
Operations Research and Information Engineering, Statistical Science, Information Science 1170 Comstock Hall
607 255-0845
gs18.jpg Samorodnitsky, Gennady
Professor
Operations Research and Information Engineering 220 Frank HT Rhodes Hall
607 255-9141