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Are you interested in how quantitative models and analytics are used to run and optimize the business of a global financial institution? If your answer is YES, join us at our open day aimed at all students with a background in Mathematics, Physics, Sciences, Engineering, Finance or Economics. Durin...
Location of the office: Budapest, Lechner Ödön fasor 8. Start date: January/February 2017 Application deadline: 6th November, 2016 For further information please visit: www.morganstanley.com/campus See: pdf
Location of the office: Budapest, Lechner Ödön fasor 8. Start date: January/February 2017 Application deadline: 6 th November, 2016 In spring 2006, Morgan Stanley established a Mathematical Quantitative Modeling Centre in Budapest that provides quantitative analysis to support the firm's global Fix...
Place and time: University of Pannonia, Faculty of Information Technology, Building I - PCO, Monday, 09 May 2016, 12pm Presenter: Dr Fearghal Morgan, National University of Ireland, Galway Duration: Collaborative presentation (30 minutes), workshop (max 2 hours) Part 1 Collaborative Presentation: a...
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Lecture of Dr. Abdelhammed M. Nagy

We are glad to invite you to the lecture of Dr. Abdelhameed M. Nagy (University of Benha) titled "Spectral Methods for Solving Fractional Differential Equations” in the joint organisation of the Department of Mathematics and of the Mathematical and Physical Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The organisers are waiting for everyone who is interested. 

Venue: Library of Department of Mathematics

Date: Building I, 3rd floor, room 314

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