Alan Tayler Visiting Lecturer in Mathematical and Computational Finance
University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Monte Carlo methods via a dual approach for some discrete time
stochastic control problems
MATHEMATICAL METHODS OF OPERATIONS RESEARCH issue 1 volume 81 page 109-135 (19 December 2011) Full text available
Efficient and Practical Implementations of Cubature on Wiener Space
(29 November 2010)
Rough Paths based Numerical Algorithms in Computational Finance
MATHEMATICS IN FINANCE volume 515 page 17-46 (2010)
Differential Equations driven by \Pi-rough paths
Full text available
Optimal Oil Production and the World Supply of Oil
Currently, I am a visiting lecturer at the Mathematical and Computational Finance Group contributing to the MCF MSc.
Before joinging the financial industry, I was a Departmental Lecturer at the Mathematical and Computational Finance Group and member of the Oxford-Man Institute of Quantitative Finance. I obtained a DPhil in Mathematics from the University of Oxford.
My research focused on applications of Rough Paths Theory for high order approximation of solutions to stochastic differential equations, extensions of the Cubature on Wiener space framework, applications of the Multi-Level Monte Carlo methods for the numerical solution of optimal stopping problems in high dimensions and the software implementation of numerical methods.
For more details, please see my webpage.