Registration open for R/Finance 2010

February 8, 2010
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Registrations are now open for the R/Finance 2010 conference, to be help April 16-17 in Chicago. Last year's meeting was a great success, and this year's looks to be just as good, with some great keynotes lined up:

  • Analysis of Integrated and Co-integrated Time Series with R (Bernhard Pfaff)
  • Leverage Space Portfolio Model (Ralph Vince)
  • Signal Extraction (Marc Wildi0
  • Applied Econometrics with R (Achim Zeileis)

There's also a great series of pre-conference tutorials lined up:

  • Rcpp / RInside: Extending and Embedding R with C++ for Fun and Profit. (Dirk Eddelbuettel)
  • Trading with R: Idea to Execution in 50 Minutes with IBrokers and R (Jeff Ryan) 
  • Complex Portfolio Optimization with Generalized Business Objectives: Advanced Portfolio Optimization Techniques (Peter Carl & Brian Peterson)
  • GPU Programming with R: An Introduction To GPU Programming with R (Josh Buckner & Mark Seligman) 

The tutorials are a steal at $50 each and sell out fast. Register for the conference and tutorials now at the link below.

(REvolution Computing is a proud sponsor of R/Finance 2010.)

R/Finance 2010: Conference and Tutorial Registration

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