The Hanlon Lab packed with high school students working the Bloomberg terminals.
High school students get a taste of how high-tech the finance industry has become at the annual Trading Day competition.

Both industry and academia look to Stevens as a leader when it comes to the dissemination of theories that challenge conventions, advance knowledge and change how companies in this space operate.

To fulfill its goal of creating impact through the sharing of new ideas and discoveries, the Hanlon Financial Systems Center hosts regular events and conferences showcasing the latest work of both Stevens Institute of Technology researchers and others dedicated to exploring the disruptions and possible opportunities that new and emerging technologies can create in finance.

Conferences

Conferences hosted by Stevens attract dozens of industry leaders eager to better understand how technology will reshape their businesses in coming years, while faculty and graduate students enjoy the opportunity to network with like-minded researchers and professionals while showcasing some of their work through poster shows, talks and other networking events.

Dr. Ionut Florescu, in a dark suit and red tie, speaks to the audience in front of a welcome screen for the conference.

High-Frequency Finance and Analytics Conference

The annual Stevens Conference on High-Frequency Finance and Analytics focuses on sharing the latest research and model applications for financial data sampled with high frequency.

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Three panelists in dark suits at a table discussing cybersecurity at the conference.

FinCyberSec

This conference explores the technical, regulatory, process and human dimensions of cyber threats faced by financial systems and markets.

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Emerging Trends in Entrepreneurial Finance

Emerging Trends in Entrepreneurial Finance examines new sources of financing available to entrepreneurs seeking to bring tech-driven products or services to the market. The last event presented research findings about the implications of a fintech-driven explosion in funding channels available to startups.

Emerging Trends in Entrepreneurial Finance

Events

A male student from Stevens assists a team of four high school girls at a Bloomberg terminal as they react to falling market conditions.

Trading Day

Trading Day is an annual competition among high schools, during which students use the technology in the Hanlon facilities to build high-performing portfolios.

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Hanlon Financial Systems Center events

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