MEng Concentration: Financial Engineering
Anticipated Graduation Date: December 2013
Area of Interest: Quantitative Research
Long Wang graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Michigan State University in East Lansing where he obtained a B.A. with triple major in Finance, Mathematics and Statistics. As an undergraduate, Long held teaching assistant positions in mathematics. He participated in a mathematics research program on office equipment optimization and presented at Herman Miller Inc. in Zeeland.
In the summer of 2011, Long interned at A.J. Trust and Investment Co. in Shanghai. He was responsible for calculating arbitrage-free intervals for two inter-temporal stock index futures and execution intervals of butterfly spread among multi-period contracts. Long also analyzed the listed companies’ financial reports in the real estate sector.
Long decided to join the Financial Engineering program at Cornell University due to his strong interest in quantitative finance and the motivation of more profound understanding of the financial market. Upon graduation, Long will be dedicated in contributing to the financial industry with his creative talent and quantitative skills.