Actuarial Program Coordinator
Albert Cohen received his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University in 2007 under the supervision of David Kinderlehrer. Cohen's research focuses on the interaction between probability, science, and economics. This focus began with his work on a stochastic approach to the coarsening of cellular networks, and that has since branched out to develop new risk measures using stochastic optimal control. This approach has also led to models of online auction behavior, stabilization of systems with white noise and the structural modeling of default bond pricing under the incorporation of recovery processes. Cohen served as the acting director and program coordinator for the Actuarial Science program until August 2013.
Professor in Finance
Mark Schroder a professor in the Department of Finance in the Broad School and an adjunct professor in the Department of Statistics and Probability. He has a PhD in finance from Northwestern University, a finance MBA from University of Chicago, and an economics MSc from London School of Economics. From 1994-1998, he was assistant professor at State University of New York.
In addition to academics, Dr. Schroder has done consulting work for Fuji Securities and Nesbitt-Buns Securities. Also, he has worked for the Chicago Board of Trade, Chicago Research and Trading, as well as Prudential-Bache Securities.