Philip Lombardo is dedicated to teaching and helping students improve their understanding of mathematics and its many applications. He particularly enjoys exploring how probability theory can model real world risks and help people make informed decisions.
University of Connecticut
Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
Awards and Accomplishments
Actuarial Exams: Probability, Financial Mathematics
Dr. Lombardo’s current research interests include actuarial science, applications of statistics, and machine learning. His interests outside of applied mathematics include combinatorics, number theory, and representation theory.
Lee, K., & Lombardo, P. (2014).Eisenstein series on affine Kac-Moody groups over function fields, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 366 no.4, 2121-2165.
Lee, K., Lombardo, P., & Salisbury, B. (2014). The Combinatorics of the Casselman-Shalika formula in Type A, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 142, 2291-2301.
CoursesApplied Statistics (business)
Probability and Applied Probability for Actuaries
Multivariate Probability and Lab
Advance Financial Math and Lab
Mathematical Statistics in R