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Prof Steven Kou / Professor Department of Mathematics Ph.D. (1995) : Columbia University Previous Positions: • 1995-1996: Assistant Professor, Rutgers University • 1996-1998: Assistant Professor, University of Michigan • 1998-2013: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor, Columbia University Research Areas: • Quantitative Finance/Financial Mathematics • Applied Probability Achievements: • Recipient of the 2002 Erlang Prize by the Applied Probability Society of The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). • Area Editor (Past): Operations Research Letters. Associate Editors (Current and Past): Mathematical Finance, Management Science, Mathematics of Operations Research, Advances in Applied Probability, Journal of Applied Probability, Probability in the Engineering and Information Sciences, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. • Join Date: 3 June 2013