Tony Ware

Tel: +1 403 220 7200
Fax: +1 403 282 5150
Room: MS 586
Math. Sci. Building
2500 University Drive NW
Calgary, Alberta
Canada. T2N 1N4

I am an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Calgary. I've been in Calgary since the fall of 1997, and on faculty since the summer of 2000. Before coming to Calgary I was in the Department of Mathematical Sciences in Durham, and before that in the Numerical Analysis Group at Oxford University where I completed my D.Phil with Endre Süli (here's my thesis).

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These days I work mainly in mathematical finance, focussing on problems related to risk management and the pricing of exotic derivatives for energy markets. I am also interested in scientific computation and numerical analysis - in particular the numerical solution of partial differential equations.


Currently I am teaching a course on computational methods in mathematical finance. Since 2007 I have been a visiting lecturer for Oxford University's Mathematical and Computational Finance Programmes.


I am the co-director of the Mathematical and Computational Finance Laboratory, and until the summer of 2006 I was leader of the MITACS (now mprime) project Modelling Trading and Risk in the Market. I am the coordinator for the PIMS Lunchbox Lecture Series. I was also the local coordinator for the summer meeting of the Canadian Mathematical Society held in Calgary in June 2006.


I've been married to Deb since 1987, and we have two boys - Aidan and Matthaeus. We are members of St. James' Anglican Church. I play the guitar and have written some songs. I am a bit of a `soccer' fanatic, so (living a long way away from Manchester as I do) it is natural that I should be a bit of a fan of the Red Devils.

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Date: 2013-01-07 14:43:04 MST

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