Academic

Applied Mathematics student achieved an honor award from VNU-HCM

The Department of Mathematics is very pleased to announce that Miss Nguyễn Ngọc Phụng, an excellent undergraduate student of the Applied Mathematics program (specialized in Financial Engineering and Risk Management), is one of the seven outstanding students of Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh city (VNU-HCM) received the honor award and […]

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Econometrics and Applied Statistics Seminar by Professor Michael Wolf, University of Zurich

Seminar title: Large dynamic covariance matrices: Enhancements based on intraday data Invited Speaker: Professor Michael Wolf, University of Zurich, Switzerland. Time and date: 2:00 PM, Wednesday, 14 September 2022. Location: Room A1.204, International University, Vietnam National University-HCM, Quarter 6, Linh Trung Ward, Thu Duc City, Ho Chi Minh City. Abstract: […]

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ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE GRADUATION THESIS SEMESTER 1, 2022-2023

The Department of Mathematics would like to announce the important dates and the following list of the gradation theses in Semester 1, AY 2022-2023. IMPORTANT DATES: 19/9/2022: Submit the thesis topic 17/10/2022: Submit the proposal 22/10/2022: Proposal defense 10/02/2023: Submit the final thesis report 04/3/2023: Thesis defense LIST GRADUATION THESIS […]

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Thesis defense Announcement-S1, 2021-22

Thesis defenses Announcement for Semester 1, 2021-22 COMMITTEE 1: Dr. Nguyễn Minh Quân      2. Dr. Nguyễn Phương Anh      3. Assoc. Dr. Trần Vũ Khanh Venue: A2. 512 and MS Teams. Time: 8:00, March 05, 2022 No. Student ID Fullname Topics Advisor   1 MAMAIU17006 Trần Chí Thịnh A […]

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Applied Mathematics and Financial Econometrics Seminar by Prof. Minh-Ngoc Tran, University of Sydney

Title: Recurrent Conditional Heteroskedasticity Speaker: Professor Minh-Ngoc Tran, Business School, University of Sydney, Australia. Time: 9 AM, Sunday, January 23, 2022. Via Zoom. Meeting ID: 215 811 8519. Passcode: 879771 Abstract: We propose a new class of financial volatility models, called the Recurrent Conditional Heteroskedastic (RECH) models, to improve both […]

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