Call for contributions – TopQuants Summer 2014 newsletter
Call for contributions — submit before 15th Aug 2014
TopQuants – the networking organization by quants for quants based in the Netherlands – will be publishing their Summer 2014 newsletter by the end of September. The previous newsletters were very well received and the contributions have been steadily increasing. The TopQuants team would like to thank all the authors and the Quant community for their continued interest in the newsletter . We aim to present technical research articles, personal blogs, surveys, interviews, book/journal reviews etc, in the area of Quantitative Finance. We also intend to provide a coverage of the talks given in the TopQuants workshops with highlights on additional work done by the speaker in that specific area. We further encourage PhD/Masters students to share their research work and thereby network with the Quant community in The Netherlands. The overall intention of the newsletter is to benefit people who have a Quantitative Finance background related to various industries like banking, insurance, pension funds, asset management, energy etc. We are very much open to new ideas or suggestions regarding the contents of the newsletter and your inputs are more than welcome!!!
Interested in sharing your knowledge with fellow Quants ????
We cordially invite you all to contribute in order to make this a success. No particular format is required for the submissions although we request the article length to be not more than two to three pages. Any further queries regarding the newsletter can be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and the articles can be submitted (MS Word or PDF) to:
Aneesh Venkatraman, Gilles Verbockhaven (email@example.com)
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