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CFEM Graduating Class of 2018

CFEM Graduation (Class of 2018)

CFEM's Class of 2018 held its graduation ceremony on Thursday, December 13th, at the Bloomberg Center. We had opening remarks from CFEM Director Victoria Averbukh and Senior Research Associate Sasha Stoikov, as well as guest appearances from ORIE Director Shane Henderson and the Director of Master of Engineering Studies, Kathryn Caggiano. We were thrilled to spend the semester with such promising young students, and we look forward to seeing their achievements in finance and beyond. Read more

Quant Finance Forum Panelists

CFEM 2018 Annual Quant Finance Forum

On November 13th, 2018, the Cornell community and industry experts from different sectors came together to discuss the transformative impact of AI on asset management. CFEM aims to be at the forefront as data analytics and new technologies become an integral part of quantitative finance. Seasoned professionals from the following companies came to share their insight: Point72 Asset Management / Cubist Systematic Strategies Voya Investment Management Tudor Investment Corporation Wolfe Research AQR Capital Management Millennium Management Seven Eight Capital We hope to host more opportunities for... Read more

Interested in an M.Eng. in Operations Research?

Consider leveraging your analytical skills and boosting your market value with a Master of Engineering (MEng) degree in Operations Research and Information Engineering (ORIE). The ORIE MEng offers specializations that are highly sought after in today's quant-savvy job market, including Data Analytics, Financial Engineering*, Information Technology, Applied Operations Research, Strategic Operations, Systems Engineering, and Manufacturing. Building upon a solid foundation of ORIE coursework and professional development, ORIE MEng students engage in client-sponsored project work with real data... Read more

Waiting in Line

If you have to wait in line, do you prefer a physical line or a virtual line? Read more

New graduates savor memories of past four years

For the 5,500 graduates of Cornell’s Class of 2018, studying, finishing projects, meeting friends, making late-night food runs, enjoying music, playing sports and creating memories over the past four years simmered and blended into graduation weekend. Read more