My Faults My Own

One's ponens is another's tollens.

Ross Rheingans-Yoo

I am a quantitative trader at a New York-based proprietary trading firm. In 2016, I graduated from Harvard with an A. B. cum laude with high honors in field in Computer Science and Mathematics and an S. M. in Computer Science. My thesis, "Community-Attribute Models for Bibliographic Reference Information via Dynamic Graph Evolution" explored techniques for dynamic structural analysis of the ACM citation graph over time under a community-attribute-label network model; I was advised by Margo Seltzer and worked closely with Daniel Margo.

At Harvard, I spent one summer as a Research Fellow affiliated with Margo's Systems Research at Harvard lab and another as an Economics Design Fellow working with Scott Kominers and Ravi Jagadeesan at the Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications. Term-time, I served as a Teaching Fellow for CS161: Operating Systems and CS50: Introduction to Programming I, as well as the rookie captain and president of the Harvard Ballroom Dance Team.

I enjoy research in {network structure theory, quantitative epistemology, market design, algebraic tameness}, teaching, poetry, fencing, and ballroom dance. I blog at My Faults My Own about a variety of topics, and have taken the Giving What We Can Pledge.


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