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Muhammad Farid Ahmed awarded the G-Research PhD Prize

Muhammad Farid Ahmed

The Faculty is delighted to announce that PhD student Muhammad Farid Ahmed was recently awarded the G-Research PhD Prize for his paper on "A Method for analysing the frequency of market efficiency".

Details of the G-Research PhD Prize:

Research PhD Prize in Quantitative Finance

A chance to win £10,000

Applications for 2015/16 PhD prizes of up to £10,000 are invited from third and fourth year PhD Students whose work can be related to mathematical finance.

Submissions are welcome from mathematical and computational finance as well as statistics, operations research, econometrics, computer science, physics, engineering, and other related fields where there is a potential impact on research in quantitative finance.

Eligible applicant's research should include scientific methods such as but not limited to data mining, modelling, optimization, Bayesian statistics, signal processing, stochastic analysis, differential equations, time series analysis, probability theory and regression analysis.

Previous submissions have been in fields such as applied mathematics,financial econometrics, machine learning, theoretical physics and statistics.

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