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Conference: Applied Finance with R

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R/Finance 2011: Applied Finance with R

Chicago, IL, USA on Friday April 29 and Saturday April 30, 2011.

The two-day conference will cover portfolio management, time series analysis, advanced risk tools, high-performance computing, econometrics and more. All will be discussed within the context of using R as a primary tool for financial risk management, analysis and trading. We strongly encourage R users, as well as package authors to submit an abstract for presentation at this years conference.

The 2011 conference will feature invited keynote lectures by:
John Bollinger
Mebane Faber
Stefano Iacus
Louis Kates

The inaugural 2009 conference featured keynotes by Patrick Burns, Robert Grossman, David Kane, Roger Koenker, David Ruppert, Diethelm Wuertz, and Eric Zivot as well as presentations by Yohan Chalabi, Hedibert Lopes, Krishna Kumar, Christoph Leitner, Wei-han Liu, Bryan Lewis, David Matteson, Klaus Rheinberger, Brian Rowe, Guy Yollin, and Joon-Hui Yoon.

2010 keynotes by Bernhard Pfaff, Ralph Vince, Marc Wildi, and Achim Zeileis complemented by presentations from Maria Belianina, Kris Boudt, Josh Buckner, Peter Carl, Jon Cornelissen, Dirk Eddelbuettel, Robert Grossman, Saptarshi Guha, Mike Kane, Ruud Koning, Bryan Lewis, Wei-han Liu, James “JD” Long, Brian Peterson, Soren MacBeth, Khanh Nguyen, Michael North, Stefan Theussl, Josh Ulrich, Tony Plate, Jeff Ryan, Mark Seligman, David Smith, and Eric Zivot.

Written by blueroselady

April 29, 2011 at 2:25 pm

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