Wyman S445
Research Areas
Financial mathematics
Equity derivative trading and risk management
Number theory

John Miller is a senior lecturer in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, where he teaches courses on topics such as quantitative equity trading and exotic equity derivatives. His research interests include quantitative finance and computational number theory.

His professional experience includes working from 1992 to 2007 in Tokyo, Hong Kong, New York and London for the investment bank Credit Suisse, where he served as a statistical arbitrage trader, managing director of equity derivatives trading and the global chief risk officer for the equities division.

He received a BSE in electrical engineering from Princeton University in 1992 and a PhD in mathematics from Rutgers University in 2015 under advisor Henryk Iwaniec.