Uwe Wystup completed his diploma in mathematics at the Goethe-University (Frankfurt) in 1993. He earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematical Finance from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. Uwe has worked at Deutsche Bank, Citibank, UBS, Sal. Oppenheim jr. & Cie and Commerzbank as Trading Floor Quant and Structurer.
In 1999 he founded MathFinance, a global network of Financial Engineers providing consulting Front Office Financial Modeling. He is editor of the Annals of Finance, the webpage www.mathfinance.com and the MathFinance Newsletter. He published two books on Foreign Exchange, many articles in journals, and participates regularly in international conferences discussing Derivatives, Foreign Exchange and Financial Engineering. In October 2003 he joined the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management as a Professor of Quantitative Finance.
Since 2011 he is an Honorary Professor for Quantitative Finance. Prof. Wystup teaches in the Bachelor, Master of Finance and Master of Quantitative Finance programs, supervises PhD students and provides executive training on: foreign exchange derivatives, structured products, financial mathematics and numerical methods for derivatives pricing. He was visiting professor and Fulbright Scholar at the Department of Mathematical Sciences of Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA in 2009, Associate Fellow at Warwick Business School and Lecturer at National University of Singapore.