Stéphane Roncoroni graduated from the Master of Science in Operations Research program at Columbia University.
Previously, he was a student at Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique (ENSAE ParisTech), the leading French “Grande Ecole” in Finance, Probability, Statistics and Economics. The courses his chose were mostly quantitative such as Linear Time Series, Functional Analysis, Econometrics and Financial Mathematics. He joined Columbia’s MSOR program to strengthen his theoretical skills and link them to practical cases in Finance and the Industry.
During the academic year 2012-2013, Stéphane worked at the Sorbonne University giving lectures in Statistics and probability to third year BS students. Moreover, he also worked with the French Office of Information and Economic Forecasts (BIPE) to create a forecasting model of the French Automobile market and the impact of the economic crisis and government policies on this sector. He also led a team in creating an explanatory model on the number of visits to a doctor in a given population.
Last summer, Stéphane was an intern at Capgemini – Prosodie and worked on a forecasting model of the telecommunication market. His model was based on Statistical inference and Stochastic modeling and was presented to the Prosodie’s board during the budget meeting
Stephane is a keen volleyball player and participated in tournaments with Columbia's volleyball team and was Captain of ENSAE’s team during the 2012-2013 season. He also was Vice-President of ENSAE's quarterly and took part in several ski meetings with other french "Grandes Ecoles".