Philip Maymin's Biography
A.B./S.M. candidate at Harvard University on track to
receive a Bachelor's in Computer Science with a Computational Neuroscience
certificate and a Master's of Science in Applied Mathematics in June, 1997.
- Artificial Intelligence and Computational theory
- Theoretical and Computational Finance
- Developed a commercial software package for real-time derivatives traders
- Natural language discourse processing
- The development of adept, dynamic financial time series pattern recognition
and recalibration techniques that conjoin the theoretical backbone of
continuous time finance with fundamental indicators and common knowledge.
Prizes and honors
- The Winfield M. Sides prize in Computer Science (Phillips Academy)
- The Bernard Joseph award in Mathematics (Phillips Academy)
- Winner of the Massachusetts Class Championships in Chess (1992)