This work was done in the Summer 2001 REU program at Indiana University Mathematics Department. At that time (and currently), I was an undergraduate at Princeton University. Currently, I am a rising senior (in the fall 2002) at Princeton University. I am mainly interested in working on problems in applied mathematics. During the latter parts of my high school and initial parts of my undergraduate years, I worked on a problem in mathematical biology. I worked on studying the information content calculations for different types of DNA based sequences across all three domains of life. I have published a paper on this work in Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomenon Journal (). I intend to go to graduate school in applied mathematics. I plan to pursue a Ph.D. in a problem in financial mathematics. I believe that there are a lot of possibilities of using methods in classical physics and mathematics to attack challenging problems in quantitative finance.
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