Thomas Lonon

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Dr. Lonon studied Mathematics at Stevens where he received his masters in Stochastic Systems and his doctorate in Pure and Applied Mathematics. For his work on his dissertation he received the award for excellence in graduate research. His interests lie in stochastic systems and jump-diffusion processes.

Background and Early Life


Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA.

Thesis: “Option Pricing Utilizing a Jump Diffusion Model with a Log Mixture Normal Jump Distribution”

Graduate Certificate in Financial Engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology,USA, 2008.

Masters in Stochastic Systems, Stevens Institute of Technology,USA, 2007.

B.A. in Mathematics Education, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY - 2003


Stevens Institute of Technology, Teaching Assistant,USA

Courses: Calculus II, III, and IV, Probability and Statistics, Stochastic Calculus for Finance. 2009-2013

Northwest Middle School, Greensboro, NC, USA.

Algebra Teacher, Taught 7th and 8th grades. 2003-2004

Life at Stevens

Ph.D. Students

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Master's Thesis Students

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Thomas Lonon
Adjunct professor in both the Financial Engineering and the Mathematics departments.
Office Altofer 301