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Below are news highlights from the MSCF Program.
Carnegie Mellon's Master of Science in Computational Finance program maintains recognition as Top Financial Engineering Program: 2013 Ranking by QuantNet reflects surveys of hiring managers and recruiters. More
Quantitative Finance at CMU
In addition to the MSCF program, Carnegie Mellon offers interdisciplinary quantitative finance degrees at both the bachelor's and Ph.D level. These programs reflect the university's strategic investment across the broad spectrum of disciplines essential to this growing field. See also Carnegie Mellon's "Center for Computational Finance."
Paul Glasserman to Present Carnegie Mellon's 7th Nash Distinguished Lecture in Quantitative Finance
Every two years Carnegie Mellon hosts a distinguished quantitative finance researcher to give the Nash Lecture, named for alumnus and Nobel Laureate John Nash. The next Nash Lecture will be given by Paul Glasserman, titled "Systemic Risk and the Risk Management Paradox." More
CMU Mathletes Place Second in 2013 Putnam Competition
CMU has placed second in the Mathematical Association of America's 74th William Lowell Putnam Competition, the premier mathematics contest for undergraduate students. More
Goldman Sachs Gives
A gift from Goldman Sachs Gives provides lectures on Statistical Machine Learning for High Dimensional Data. View the lectures.
2013 MSCF/Deutsche Trading Competition
We will be posting photos of the 2013 MSCF/Deutsche Trading Competition reception on our Facebook page. 'Like' us to see the latest photos as they get posted.
2013 MSCF "Alumni Night"
The MSCF Program thanks the 160 alumni and current students who attended the 14th Annual "Alumni Night" at the Grand Hyatt in New York on January 8th. Photos of the event are posted to our Facebook page.
MSCF Faculty Present
MSCF Faculty Dmitry Kramkov and Steve Shreve Present at the National Science Foundation Mathematical Finance and Partial Differential Equations Conference. More
Central Clearinghouses and Derivatives Trading
Tepper School's Chester Spatt, Senate Subcommittee hearing on "Derivatives Clearinghouses."
2012 MSCF "Summer Social"
The MSCF Program thanks the 170 alumni and current students that attended the 8th Annual "Summer Social" in Times Square on July 19. View photos of the event on our Facebook page.
Carnegie Mellon's Allan Meltzer and Paul Volker, American Enterprise Institute video.
Steve Shreve QuantNetwork interview, June 13, 2010
Below is a highlight of the events taking place in the MSCF Program.
2014-2015 MSCF Speaker Series
The 2014-2015 Speaker Series will continue on Oct. 31, 2014 with Maxence Hardy, Americas Head of Algorithmic Trading Strategies at J.P. Morgan, presenting, "Trading Algos and Best Execution." The presentation will take place at the New York campus, with a broadcast to Pittsburgh.
MSCF New York Information Sessions
Join us this Fall for an MSCF New York Information Sessions at our campus at 55 Broad Street in New York City. Rick Bryant, MSCF's Executive Director, Diffy Paljevic the Director of the New York program, Sondi Pripstein from MSCF's Career Center, and a member of the MSCF Admissions Team will be in attendance to answer your questions.
MSCF Online Chat
Join us for an upcoming MSCF chat online hosted in conjunction with QuantNet. These chats provide a great opportunity to ask admissions, program and career questions of members of the MSCF admissions, program and career staff, as well as find out what it's like to be in the MSCF program from current students.