- Engergy Trading & Risk Management
- One of the Top 50 Minority Women in Science & Engineering
- The Ladies of the Financial Crisis
- Mathematical Models in Finance: Help or Hindrance?
- Quantitative Finance
- Financial Armageddon?
- Financial Literacy
- Dr. Mack: The fun side of math & the role it plays in everyday life
- Can your organization find employees’ Who Can do Basic Math?
Iris M. Mack, E.M.B.A., Ph.D., on energy derivative, quantitative finance and high frequency trading.
Dr. Mack a Harvard doctorate in Applied Mathematics, EMBA, who was an astronaut semifinalist, one of Glamour’s “Top 10” working women, an investment banker, an Enron Energy Trader and an MIT professor.
An Executive M.B.A., at the London Business School – an investment banker.
An executive M.B.A. in the Sloan Fellows Program at London Business School; an M.S., in applied mathematics; and a dual B.S. in mathematics and mathematical physics from Vassar College.
A mathematics and business school professor at several academic institutions.
Dr. Mack also founded – an edutainment firm – that launched the mathematics edutainment social network.
New York Times
Russia Today Prime Interest
CPW News Service
Harvard Money Management Should Have Listened to Dr. Mack
Harvard Crimson’s Featured Content
HMC Analyst Questions Dismissal
Boston Globe: Ex-employee says she warned Harvard of risky moves
Clusterstock: The Ladies of the Financial Crisis
The New Agenda: Iris Mack – A Woman Silenced
Energy Derivatives – Derivatives Research / Proprietary Trading
Letter to President Obama – Summers wrong / Mack: derivatives bets
Awards & Honors:
A mathematics edutainment book for kids entitled:
Mama says, ‘Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees’
Boeing A.D. Welliver Fellow
Boeing Faculty Sabbatical.
New York University Faculty Resource Network Scholar.
Project Kaleidoscope Faculty for the 21st Century.
ATI was selected to participate in the Department of Defense’s Mentor Protégé Program
Midwest Research Institute.
Top 50 Minority Women in Science and Engineering
National Technical Association of Scientists and Engineers.
SBA 8(a) certification,
Associated Technologists, Inc.
Financial Engineering and Risk Management Conference,
Risk Management at the Sumitomo Bank,
Motorola Research Grant for MIT faculty research – Real Options Valuation (ROV) of Technology investments.
Dollars and Sense Salute to American Businesswoman, Award.
NASA Astronaut Semifinalist.
The College Club Career Day Award.
Glamour Magazine’s “Top Ten Working Women”
Second African-American female to earn a doctorate:
Applied Mathematics: Harvard’s Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
“EBONY Magazine Young Achievers” Award.
Patent: “Coupled Modes with Random Propagation Constants”
at AT&T Bell Labs.
“Harvard University Graduate Research and Teaching Fellow”.
“AT&T Bell Labs Cooperative Research Graduate Fellow”.
Honorary Vassar Fellowship.
Graduated with Honors: Vassar College in Mathematics & Mathematical Physics.
Vassar College Academic Scholarship.
“… the work you do showing how math can be beautiful and practical is great, keep it up!”
Books by Iris M. Mack, Ph.D., E.M.B.A.
- Energy Trading & Risk Management.: A Practical Approach to Hedging, Trading and Portfolio Diversification
- Mama says, Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees!
- Convergence Analysis of Block Implicit one-step methods for solving differential/algebraic equations
- Financial Literacy