CMU Alumna Kim Weston, Ph.D. will deliver two lectures at Women and Mathematics at Carnegie Mellon, a conference to be held at Carnegie Mellon on Saturday, April 14. Kim received her B.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Carnegie Mellon. She is currently a post-doctoral fellow at Rutgers University, and will join the Rutgers faculty as an Assistant Professor in Fall 2018.
Kim will be speaking on PDE's as a Computational Tool from 8:30-10:30AM and Foundations of PDEs from Probabilistic Models from 1:30-3:30PM. Both talks will be in WEH 7500 and are open to the public.
The Spring 2018 deadline for applicaitons to the Computational Finance major is Monday, March 19.
The QUANT club is holding an info session for the BSCF program this week. Professor Handron, the advisor and the Director of the BSCF program, and Professor Hrusa, the Chair of BSCF Steering Committee, will give an introduction about the program and the application process followed by an Q&A session with current BSCF majors and minors.
Date: Wednesday, Feb. 28th
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: Wean 7500
RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/puoR1cAJsKq440hX2
Food will be provided before the event starts. Please feel free to forward this email to anyone who may be interested, and please let us know if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you there.
On September 21, alumnus David Korpi '04 returned to Pittsburgh and discussed his career and current events in the finance inststy with undergradautes. David earned a B.S. degree in Computational Finance in 2004 and joined the interest rates desk at Deutsche Bank. In 2013 he moved to Goldman Sachs, where he became the Managing Director for interest rate swaps trading. He left Goldman Sachs in 2016. During his time at Deutsche Bank, David gave lectures in the MSCF program in support of the MSCF trading competition sponsored by Deutsche Bank. Since then he has continued to lecture in the MSCF program on trading in fixed income markets.
You can watch the talk below.