Citadel Securities Info Session and Technical Presentation

Speaker: Nasko Atanasov PhD and Joshua Carter PhD , Quantitative Researchers in the Global Quantitative Strategies Group at Citadel

Date: Tuesday, April 02, 2019

Time: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Public: Yes

Location: Hewlett Seminar Room @CSAIL (32-G882)

Event Type: Social Event

Room Description: Hewlett Seminar Room @CSAIL (32-G882)

Host: Philip Arsenault, CSAIL Alliances

Contact: Philip M Arsenault, pmarsena@csail.mit.edu

Relevant URL: https://citadelatcsail2019.eventbrite.com

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Reminder Subject: TALK: Citadel Securities Info Session and Technical Presenation

Nasko Atanasov – Senior Quantitative Researcher, Global Quantitative Strategies, Citadel
- PhD, Harvard – Mathematics
Joshua Carter – Quantitative Researcher, Citadel Securities
- PhD, MIT – Physics

Citadel is a leading investor in the world’s financial markets. For over a quarter of a century, we have sought to deliver market-leading investment returns to capital partners.

Citadel Securities is a leading global market maker, delivering a broad array of fixed income and equity products to banks, broker-dealers, government agencies, corporations, insurers, and sovereign wealth funds. Through innovation and efficiency, the firm provides liquidity with the goal of driving price discovery in more than 35 countries and making markets more competitive, open, and transparent.

Both firms empower team members who are passionate about quantitative disciplines to take ownership of their careers. In this Tech Talk, two members of our Quantitative Research teams will walk you through our approaches to solving challenges and opportunities in financial markets.

This event is ideal for students interested in full time and internship positions at the intersection of finance + technology and those with a broad interest in the application of Financial Technology across firms who are investing at MIT-CSAIL.

Refreshments will be served

Research Areas:
Algorithms & Theory, AI & Machine Learning

Impact Areas:
Big Data

This event is not part of a series.

Created by Philip M Arsenault Email at Monday, March 25, 2019 at 11:39 AM.