Co-Founder Adviser, Statistics, Quantitative Modeling
Dr. Young is a Lecturer in Discipline of Statistics in the Department of Statistics at Columbia University. He is an expert in data science, probability theory, quantitative methods and mathematical applications in the tech industry. Dr. Young collaborated with Columbia University faculty members to create new cutting-edge data science and statistical computing courses. His research specializes in applications with high frequency financial and econometric data, including the theoretical development of functional factor models applied to yield curves. Dr. Young holds a Ph.D. in Statistics from Colorado State University.