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The Financial Mathematics and Computation Cluster (FMC2) is a research collaboration between Industry, University College Dublin, Dublin City University, and NUI Maynooth. FMC2. aims to create a globally-leading centre of financial research which will provide a critical underpinning for the future development of, and employment growth in, the international financial services sector in Ireland.
The research cluster brings together complementary expertise in financial mathematics, financial economics and computer science to create a multi-disciplinary research centre with the critical mass to be globally competitive. The cluster will also embed significant linkages with a range of industrial partners, ensuring the direct industry-relevance of its research activities.
I hope you find our website informative. It displays details on our team members, our collaborators, our publications and outreach activities as well as engagement with industry. If you have any questions about the activities of the cluster or would like to work with us please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively you may contact our Cluster Manger, Irene Ward, at email@example.com
Professor John Cotter, Director, FMC2
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Congratulations to FMC2 Postdocs on their new positions
Three Postdocs at FMC2 have secured new positions in 2016. After six years working with Professor Michael O'Neill on genetic…Continue reading »
Congratulations to Dr. Mahmoud Botshekan on his publication in JFQA
Former FMC2 Researcher, Dr. Mahmoud Botshekan, recently had a paper he was working on during his time with the cluster…Continue reading »
RTÉ interview with Professor Maureen O’Hara
FMC2 Scientific Advisory Board member Professor Maureen O’ Hara (Cornell University) was interviewed for The Business on RTÉ Radio 1. …Continue reading »
Ireland’s Economic Recovery
Recent article in the Financial Times on how the National Treasury Management Agency are supporting Ireland’s recovery – with comment…Continue reading »