Graduate Student Mentors
With special acknowledgement to Justin Wisby for all his help.
Jorge PazosI am currently a Ph.D. student entering candidacy. My interest in scientific research is a natural symptom of curiosity, beginning with the desire to understand physical reality and the human condition. From this follows the desire to understand the mathematical methods underlying physical theory. Although my current work for AMRPU@FIU regards the study of numerical schemes on stochastic PDEs, there are other topics which I hold in affection. These include topics in set theory, algebraic geometry and statistical learning theory.
Luis RodriguezI am a Ph.D. student in the Applied Mathematical Sciences program at FIU specializing in Frame Theory under the guidance of Professor Laura De Carli. I earned my Bachelors degree in Mathematics in 2010 and my Masters degree in Mathematical Sciences in 2012, both from FIU. It was a great experience to serve as a mentor for the frames group at the AMRPU@FIU.
Giancarlo SanchezI'm Giancarlo Sanchez, a Ph.D. student at Florida International University, specializing in Applied Mathematics with a focus on machine learning techniques in quantitative finance for cryptocurrency markets. I've developed and enhanced data extraction models during my internship at Los Alamos National Laboratory and have led multiple NSF and NSA sponsored projects, making significant contributions to financial data analysis. At FIU, I've gained extensive teaching experience, instructing Calculus and leading seminars on quantitative trading and scientific computing. In addition to my academic pursuits, I have a strong proficiency in programming languages like Python and R Studio and advanced skills in data visualization tools. Beyond the world of mathematics and finance, I enjoy unwinding with video games and exploring new places. My future goal is to continue contributing to the exciting intersection of mathematics and finance.
- mathbutler.com. I wanted a place for students to easily find opprotunities that can enrich their mathematical journey. I try to ensure my skills are used for good, over evil, though, on occasion, I have written scripts to continue to do mathematics while I watch a movie or play games. After the REU, I get to head off to University of Wyoming to attend this year's GRWC and can hardly wait for that expereince!