Xinxin Jiang, PhD
Associate Professor, Mathematics & Computer ScienceSend a Message
- PhD, Tufts University
- MS, Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R. China
- BS, Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R. China
- Probability Theory
- Financial Mathematics
- Suffolk University
Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science (2006-present)
- University of Miami
Lecturer, Department of Mathematics (2005-present)
- Rhodes College
Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences (2001-2005)
- Tufts University
Lecturer, Department of Mathematics (1999-2001)
- “Investment performance of shorted leveraged ETF pairs,” with Stanley Peterburgsky, Applied Economics incorporating Applied Financial Economics 49, (2017), 4410-4427
- “On generalized Leibniz triangles and q-Gaussians,” with Marjorie Hahn and Sabir Umarov, Phys. Letters A, 376, (2012), 2447–2450.
- “On q-Gaussians and exchangeability,” with Marjorie Hahn and Sabir Umarov, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 43, (2010), 165208.
- “A self-normalized central limit theorem for rho-mixing stationary sequences”, with Marjorie Hahn; Statistics & Probability Letters, 78, (2008), 1541-1547.
- “Testing That Marginal Sequences of Data Are Not Independent via Self-normalization,” Statistics, 41, (2007), 119-128.
- “Empirical central limit theorems for exchangeable random variables”, with Marjorie Hahn; Statistics & Probability Letters, 59, (2002), 75-81.