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Students in the Master of Mathematical Finance (MMF) program have developed a comprehensive methodology for risk allocation for a complex basket of trading strategies for ARB Trading Group, a Chicago-based proprietary trading company. The project continues a long tradition of MMF...
Iva Veseli (B.S. BIOL/M.S. CS 5th year) has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) award to pursue her Ph.D. in the biophysical sciences at the University of Chicago. The GRFP covers expenses for three years of a five-year fellowship period – a...
Five Illinois Tech physics undergraduates have won competitive research internships for summer 2018 at Argonne National Laboratory, Northwestern University, Princeton University, and University of Chicago: Adam Denchfield (APHY 4th year) and Noah Samuelson (PHYS 2nd year): For the second summer in...
Based on the strong recommendation of the College of Science Dean Search Committee, Interim Provost Russell Betts has announced the appointment of Professor Xiaofan Li as interim dean of the college effective August 2018 until such time as a full search for the new dean can be concluded. Li is a...
Judith Lederman, associate professor and director of teacher education in Illinois Tech’s Mathematics and Science Education Department, has won the 2018 Svend Pedersen Lecture Award for science education from the Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Stockholm University. This...
David Minh, assistant professor of chemistry, and Trung Hai Nguyen, senior research associate, recently published an article, “Implicit Ligand Theory for Relative Binding Free Energies,” in The Journal of Chemical Physics. The article discusses new equations for calculating binding free...
In the new 3M podcast series "Champions of Science," issues related to the global perception of science are discussed "with some of the brightest minds in the field." "Science has advanced rapidly in the past decade. Has science education kept up with the changes? How can educators reach children...
Several members of Illinois Tech’s STARS Computing Corps, which seeks to broaden participation of underrepresented populations in computing, spent part of their Spring Break at nearby Holy Angels Catholic School, teaching grade-school kids how to code. They were undergraduates...
The Department of Computer Science has announced the next two speakers in its Distinguished Lecture Series. The Illinois Tech community is invited to attend. Lyle Ungar will speak on “Measuring Psychological Traits Using Social Media” on Thursday, April 5 from 12:45–1:45 p.m. in Stuart...
Illinois Tech researchers have recently published three new papers that study the structural basis for improved battery electrode performance and suggest that higher capacities are possible with engineered materials. The researchers are Carlo Segre, interim chair of the Department of Chemistry and...

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