Wilson Yale

Wilson Yale

Positions: 

Adjunct Faculty Member for Industrial and Systems Engineering

Education: 

Ph.D., Lehigh University

Research Area: 

Wealth Management Optimization
Financial Optimization

Classes Taught: 

Financial Engineering Projects

Interests: 

Wealth Management Optimization
Financial Optimization
At Lehigh University, Wilson earned a BS in Engineering Science with a major in Mathematics in 1973, a MS in Management Science with a concentration in Finance in 1976, and a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering with a Major in Operations Research and a Minor in Information Systems in 1978. At the Business Analysis Systems Center, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, Wilson was involved in fundamental research performed in the areas of economic and financial modeling from 1978 through 1985. Wilson’s research interests include investigating effective mathematical models to address wealth management problems from a systems engineering perspective. Wilson looks at methods that provide optimal portfolio strategies in order to maximize the probability of meeting financial goals within a multitude of financial and economic scenarios.

Class Year: 

1973
1976 G
1978 Ph.D.