RiskCare announced that Dr Gualtiero Chaia has joined it to work on The Willow Tree. Before joining RiskCare, Dr Chaia spent many years working in the field of experimental Physics. After completing his PhD in Physics from Milan University (1993), he first covered a postdoctoral research position at the Swedish Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory in Lund (1994-95), followed by a one year European fellowship at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (1995-96). In 1996, Milan University awarded him a lectureship position in Physics. At RiskCare financial technology services, Dr Chaia will be working on implementations of the Willow Tree with Dr Samir Patel, Head of Financial Engineering Product Development.
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