Alek Dimitrov
Alek Dimitrov
MSc in Mathematics and Finance,
Imperial College London, UK

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About me

Alek Dimitrov | About me
Mathematics and Finance MSc student at Imperial College London with a strong theoretical background in mathematics, statistics, and programming.

I have 2 years of experience doing qualitative and quantitative financial analyses of companies as part of my investing experience at the university investing group ‘Next Generation’.
Computer Skills: Python, Java, C++, MATLAB, R, Excel, LaTeX, EViews, SQL, HTML

Research Interests:

Stochastic Processes, Quantitative Risk Management, Interest Rate Models, Option Pricing Theory, Algorithmic and High-Frequency Trading, Quantum Computing, Advanced methods in volatility modelling, Advanced Credit Risk Modelling.
I am keen to do research in the field of quantitative finance and put my skills into practice.


Imperial College London
Degree Name: MSc in Mathematics and Finance,
Study period: 2023 – 2024

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Erasmus School of Economics
Degree Name: International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research
Study period: 2020 – 2023

First Private Mathematical Gymnasium
Degree Name: High School Diploma
Attended: 2013 – 2020


A huge library of national and international mathematics competitions and their solutions. I have been compiling these problems for over 5 years and combined all of them in this portal. The purpose of the website is to make the valuable resources accessible to all those, who wish to do competitive mathematics in their student years.

Together with my father, we made – A news and rankings portal, which offers information about schools, competitions and ratings, so that people can make well–informed decisions when deciding where they want to study:
• We have ranked most schools based on the average performance of their respective students in the ДЗИ (the mandatory national state exam for 12-th grade students)
• We provide a “prestige rating” of most mathematics competitions. This helps people understand that a “3 problems for 4 hours” competition is a much better show-off of a student’s mathematics and logic skills than a “30 problems for 1 hour” competition
• We provide an individual ranking of the top students in Bulgaria
• We offer a forum with over 8000 publications for questions and information about mathematics and education related material
• We post news with important information about the education system in Bulgaria