Bruno G. Kamdem has over 10 years of experience in retirement work. He worked as an Insurance Analyst and Mathematical Statistician at Social Security Administration’s Office of Research, Evaluation, & Statistics. In his tenure at SSA, he used insurance models to analyze and adjudicate pensions benefits and prepared policy reports. Bruno is engaged in various research projects in financial mathematics at Gabelli School of Business – Fordham University, and at Carey Business School – The Johns Hopkins University. Bruno teaches Math classes at George Washington University and University of Maryland. He has published various literature and presented in various conferences.
PhD (Operations Research) – The George Washington University, 2017.
MS (Applied Mathematics) – University of Maryland, 2008
Thesis: An Optimal Solution to a Resource Allocation Problem
B.S. Mathematics & Economics (minor), University of Maryland, 2006
Pi Mu Epsilon Honor Society (inducted in 2006)
UMBC Honor College (2005)
- Publication: CHEN, R.R., J.D. FINNERTY AND B. KAMDEM. 2021. “C.D.S.-IMPLIED RISK OF U.S. DELINQUENCY : IMPLICATIONS FOR THE U.S. DEBT CEILING.” THE JOURNAL OF FIXED INCOME (INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR.), 31 (1) : 6-26 (https://jfi.pm-research.com/
- Adjunct Faculty , THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, WHITING SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS (MATHEMATICAL FINANCE)
Teach “Commodity Markets and Green Energy Finance” (https://engineering.jhu.edu/
- Adjunct Faculty, NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, TANDON SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RISK ENGINEERING (#2 program in the 2021 ranking of Best Master’s of Financial Engineering Programs) (https://engineering.nyu.edu/
Teach ESG Finance (Sustainable Investments)