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Agostino Capponi is an Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research  at Columbia University. Agostino is a member of the Data Science Institute the Center for the Management of Systemic risk, and the FDT Center for Intelligent Asset Management . He serves as an External Consultant at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Office of the Chief Economist, on topics related to clearinghouse collateral requirements and financial stability.
Agostino develops game theoretical models for the analysis of systemic risk and financial stability, stochastic techniques for the analysis of derivatives portfolios, analytical methodologies for the analysis of liquidity in electronic markets, and conducts empirical analysis of over-the-counter markets and clearinghouses. Agostino has collaborations with the main regulatory agencies tasked with risk monitoring and policy making, including the
Department of Treasury's Office of Financial Research, the Commission of Future Trading and Commodities, and the Federal Reserve Board. Agostino's research has been funded by the NSF, DARPA, the Institute for New Economic Thinking, and the Global Risk Institute.
Agostino has published extensively in Financial Engineering, Operations Research, Applied Mathematics, and Finance journals, including Operations Research, Management Science, Mathematics of Operations Research, SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, Mathematical Finance, Finance and Stochastics, SIAM Journal of Financial Mathematics, and the Reviews of Asset Pricing Studies. Agostino serves on the editorial boards of Mathematical Finance, Applied Mathematical Finance, Operations Research, Operations Research Letters, Management Science, and as the Financial Engineering Department Editor of the Institute of Industrial Engineering Transactions. He also serves as the program director of the SIAM activity group in Financial Mathematics and Engineering, and as a Board member of Applied Probability for the INFORMS Society. Agostino received his Master and Ph.D. Degree in Computer Science and Applied and Computational Mathematics from the California Institute of Technology, respectively in 2006 and 2009.

Agostino is a recipient of the NSF CAREER award, a prize from the MIT Center for Finance and Policy and the Harvard Crowd Innovation Laboratory, and the Bar-Ilan prize for general research in financial mathematics. Agostino received a Marie Curie fellowship from the European Commission. Agostino's research on clearinghouses, joint with the Department of Treasury's Office of Financial Research, has received attention by various media outlets, including Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg, and the American Banker. Agostino holds a world patent for a target tracking methodology in military networks.