Development of applications for the analysis of financial markets

  • Azhmyakov, Vadim (PI)

Project Details

Description

"the objective of this project is to develop qualitative and quantitative applications to support the behavior of the financial markets, and to design models based on state-of-the-art techniques and systems that support decision-making in the context of the markets. in this sense, the financial complex and business center will play a transcendental role in the implementation and development of these applications, becoming an observation and simulation center for investment in financial products. of the academic and research production of students and teachers this work is articulated with the management line of organizations of the public observatory group of tecnológico de antioquia, and is presented in co-financing with the university of medellín. "

Objective

"develop qualitative and quantitative applications that allow the analysis of the systemic behavior of financial markets based on the design of techniques and models supported by structured empirical methodologies that allow contrasting the environment for decision-making in specific contexts."

Expected results

"the objective of this project is to develop qualitative and quantitative applications to support the behavior of the financial markets, and to design models based on state-of-the-art techniques and systems that support decision-making in the context of the markets. in this sense, the financial complex and business center will play a transcendental role in the implementation and development of these applications, becoming an observation and simulation center for investment in financial products. of the academic and research production of students and teachers this work is articulated with the management line of organizations of the public observatory group of tecnológico de antioquia, and is presented in co-financing with the university of medellín. "
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date16/01/1830/01/19

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