Registering with us is the first step if you are interested in applying for our PhD programme. By suppling detailed information such as research interests and your CV, we can advise you on the most appropriate departments for you to apply to.
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Research students and young professionals are invited to attend a half-day conference.
Wednesday 24th June 201513:00 - 17:00
University College LondonCruciform B304 LT1, Cruciform Building, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
CL’s Centre for Doctoral Training in Financial Computing & Analytics is organising a conference to bring together university researchers and industry professionals to discuss future directions and job opportunities in finance and data science.
Topics will include algorithmic trading, financial mathematics, health analytics, fintech, people analytics, consulting, computational advertising and deep learning.This event will be of interest to PhD students, Post Docs, industry professionals and companies seeking to recruit PhDs to work in finance and data science.
Speakers include: Mike Lynch (Invoke Capital), John Loizides (Citi), Jessica James (Commerzbank), George Calderbank (Winton Capital), Clare Finn-Levy (Essentia Analytics), Giles Pavey (Tesco dunnhumby), Alan Payne (BUPA), Thore Graepel (Google Deep Mind), Orlando Machado (Moneysupermarket.com) and Ray Eitel (Accenture).
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