Singapore, February 19-20: Computational Topics in Finance

December 21, 2009
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

With all of the winter snows in the US this weekend, a trip to equatorial climes sounds pretty good right about now. That makes this email announcement from Rmetrics leader Diethelm Wuertz all the more tempting:

Conference on 'Computational Topics in Finance'

February 19/20, 2010, National University of Singapore

Dear R/Rmetrics Community,

We would like to announce the first 'Computational Topics in Finance' conference, taking place on February 19/20, 2010, at the National University of Singapore.

The conference will bring together developers, practitioners, and users from academia, finance and insurance, providing a platform for common discussions and exchange of ideas. The topics will include using R/Rmetrics in finance, but the conference is by no means confined to R.

Preceding the conference, February 19/20, 2010, we will be giving a two-day 'Basic R for Finance' course.

You can find out more about both events on our website, http://www.rmetrics.org/.

We would like to invite you to take part in the conference, and we are now accepting submissions; please send your one-page abstracts to [email protected] The submission deadline is February 10, 2010.

We look forward to seeing you in Singapore.

Wishing you merry Christmas and a happy new year,

Diethelm Wuertz

Juri Hinz

Mahendra Mehta

David Scott

There's also a poster you can download and print with more information.

Rmetrics.org: Singapore Conference 2010 - Computational Topics in Finance

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