Class of 2018
Logan Daum worked for DC Energy, a proprietary energy trading firm, for three years starting in 2013. While there, he developed investment strategies for transmission congestion contracts in NYISO. In 2015, he was promoted to senior analyst with an increased role in value and risk analysis and managed new analysts within the investment module. Prior to DC Energy, he attended Cornell University for graduate research in computational physics with the Applied and Engineering Physics department. Logan graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology with double Bachelor of Science degrees in physics and chemical engineering in 2011. Logan joined the MSCF program to enhance his quantitative skills while furthering his career in trading or asset management.