Professor Feinstein works in the broad fields of operations research and financial engineering. His research focus has been on the applications of set-optimization to financial risk measurement, with projects studying and defining dynamic risk measures in markets with transaction costs and measures of systemic risk.
Feinstein earned a doctorate from Princeton University in May 2014, where he supervised the senior thesis-writing group and has assisted in teaching Engineering Statistics and Financial Risk Management for which he received a commendation for outstanding teaching in 2012. As a 2009 alumnus and valedictorian of the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering, he is enthusiastic to be back at his alma mater to teach courses (including this past fall's ESE 403: Operations Research) and work with students.
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