Please come to Cifer 2000 - New York


Subject: Please come to Cifer 2000 - New York
From: Robert Golan (golan@dbmind.com)
Date: Mon Feb 28 2000 - 04:40:57 MET


IEEE/IAFE/INFORMS (CIFEr)
Conference on Computational Intelligence for Financial Engineering
March 26-28, 2000, Crowne Plaza Manhattan, New York City

Sponsors & Incooperation with:
The IEEE Neural Networks Council
The International Association of Financial Engineers
Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences
AAAI - American Association for Artificial Intelligence

The CIFEr Conference is the major collaboration between the professional

engineering and financial communities, and is one of the leading
forums for new technologies and applications in the intersection of
computational intelligence and financial engineering. Intelligent
computational systems have become indispensable in virtually all
financial applications, from portfolio selection to proprietary trading
to risk management. Topics include but are not limited to the following:

Financial Engineering Applications:
    Risk Management
    Pricing of Structured Securities
    Trading Systems
    Forecasting
    Hedging Strategies
    Risk Arbitrage
    Behavioral Finance
    Exotic Options
    Portfolio Optimization
    Front/Back Office Operations

Computer & Engineering Applications Models:
    Neural Networks
    Probabilistic Modeling/Inference
    Fuzzy Systems and Rough Sets
    Genetic and Dynamic Optimization
    Intelligent Trading Agents
    Trading Room Simulation
    Time Series Analysis
    Non-linear Dynamics
    Financial Data Mining
    Etrade

Keynote Speakers are
 Jim Hall of JH Tech on AI-based stock selection in the 90’s, A
Postmortem.
 Edgar A. Peters of Pangora Asset Mgmt. on Simple & Complex Market
Inefficiencies: Using new methods to take advantage of Market Complexity

Tutorials
    Jan Dash on Risk Management
    Vladimir Cherkassky on Financial VC Leaning Theory
    Peter Carr on Option Pricing with Stochastic Volatility

Panel Session
 Impact of Advanced Technology and the Internet on Financial Markets

Along with 40 more stimulating speakers from around the world of which
one will win the D. E. Shaw $5,000 Best Paper Award.

Visit Our Website for program and registration details
www.ieee.org/nnc/cf/cifer00

Please consider being a Gold, Silver or Bronze Corporate Sponsor or
Exhibitor which will include your company’s name/logo on the Web,
Program, and Proceedings.

For further information about exhibits or sponsorship, contact the
Conference Secretariat, J. R. Gordon.
J. R. Gordon, CIFEr 2000 Conference Secretariat
60 East 8th Street, Suite 9B, New York, NY 10003
fax: 212-260-3252/jreagangor@aol.com

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