Events, activities and opportunities for QFI students
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The Allievi of the Collegio Carlo Alberto are academically outstanding students, enrolled either in a laurea triennale (Junior Allievi) or in a laurea magistrale (Senior Allievi) in Economics, Quantitative Finance and Insurance, Statistics and Data Science, and related subjects at the University and Politecnico of Torino. The Allievi are expected to fulfil their university requirements, as well as to participate in additional activities (tutorials and classes) at the Collegio.
The Allievi interact on a daily basis with faculty members, fellows and affiliates of the Collegio. Moreover, they have access to the Collegio’s facilities and scientific activities, such as seminars, lectures, master's and doctoral courses.
More info about the application procedure and deadlines are at website of the Carlo Alberto
ARPM Bootcamp 2019/20 at University of Torino
Held at University of Torino
In 6 intense days, the Advanced Risk and Portfolio Management (ARPM) Quant Bootcamp
- provides a broad overview of modern quantitative finance, across asset management, banking and insurance;
- enables understanding of inter-relationships between topics across theory and implementation.
50 hours of instruction (lectures and review sessions). Topics include:
- Data science and machine learning
- Market modeling
- Factor modeling
- Portfolio construction
- Algorithmic trading
- Investment risk management
- Liquidity modeling
- Enterprise risk management
- Virtual Classroom: online venue to socialize with fellow Bootcampers and ARPM instructors
- Social Mixer: an informal gathering to mingle, chat, play, share memories, and take photos in our booth
From home - Online
Upon enrollment you get access for 3 months:
- Curated Bootcamp Video lectures
- ARPM Lab: theory, case studies, data animations, documentation, code, slides, exercises
- Virtual Classroom: preparation tips, subject matter Q&A Forum
In operation since 2007, with thousands of alumni globally including industry leaders and academics.
Students from UNITO can access to the course at a discounted price.
Second year QFI students can attend a short course (24 hours) on Python programming offered in the second semester. Given the limited capacity of the computer lab, admission is subject to a selection process. Upon successful completion of the course, students can apply for the course to be recognized as 3 extra-curricular ECTS/CFU.
Website: Computer Science with Python