Daniel Červenkov

Quantitative Analyst

I have been with Qminers since the beginning of 2024, working as a Quantitative Analyst. My journey to Qminers began after completing my studies in Particle Physics at Charles University, followed by positions as a physicist at Oxford and CERN. At CERN, I was involved in the LHCb experiment, studying CP violation, and I served as the Data Quality Coordinator and Charm Physics Convener. At Oxford, I led a team that designed and built a small experiment that is now operating on the International Space Station. At Qminers, I enjoy the challenge of deciphering complex systems. Similar to physics, these systems can be described mathematically, which is our specialty. It is important to me that my colleagues share a similar analytical approach and support their ideas with concrete data.