9th Eubank Conference
on Real World Markets

- April 26, 2021 -

The Eubank Conference brings together thought-leaders and innovators to discuss modeling one key market.

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CoFES - Center for Computational Finance and Economic Systems

The Center for Computational Finance and Economic Systems is dedicated to the quantitative study of financial markets and economic systems and their ultimate impact on society. CoFES represents a cooperative effort between the George R. Brown School of Engineering, the Jones Graduate School of Business, and the School of Social Sciences.

CoFES is a vibrant thought leader that empowers students to solve complex problems in quantitative data science.

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Membership

CoFES includes members from the Rice University academic community plus the business and financial community at the local, national and international levels.

Faculty, students, and staff of Rice University with an interest in the mission and objectives of CoFES are encouraged to join CoFES by sending an email to cofes@rice.edu.

Student Sandbox

There’s a vast volume of data available now to be analyzed. Statisticians and data scientists need to know how to ask the right questions, and how to filter data in a way to answer questions accurately. Rice University's strength in world-class high-performance computing stems from a long tradition of integrating the traditional boundaries between research disciplines.

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Using predictability to mind the gap

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Using predictability to mind the gap

Aug 20, 2020

Data scientist Daniel Kowal builds dynamic regression model to study US yield curve

Kowal receives Young Investigator Award

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Kowal receives Young Investigator Award

Jul 31, 2020

Research focuses on statistical methods for massive data sets with complex dependence structures

Carly Fagnant selected to present paper

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Carly Fagnant selected to present paper

Jul 30, 2020

Joint research is making a mark on flood risk analysis and mapping