Simulation and Mathematical Finance Laboratory
The Mathematical-Financial Simulation Lab is a space where learning activities, estimates, forecasts, mathematical models and simulations can be carried out, enabling users to identify possible scenarios for prices, profitability, volatility and other financial and economic variables that affect people, companies and governments.
Activities and workshops are also carried out as required for stock market competitions, quantitative finance workshops, courses and certifications in financial risks, and financial process simulations.
It is equipped with 33 computers with LED screens and four Full HD 55' televisions, for use in the following courses:
- Stock Market
- Mathematical Simulation
- Time Series
- Financial Engineering
- Numerical Methods
- Data Science and Business Intelligence
- Investment Portfolios
- Financial Process Simulation
- Quantitative Finance
- Risk Management
- Financial Engineering for Government Projects
- Artificial Intelligence Methods
- Credit Models
- Microstructure and Trading Systems
- Financial Engineering Seminar
An annex to the Mathematical-Financial Simulation Lab is equipped with a computer lab for simulation work, and for computer mathematics and applied mathematics activities. In addition, it is used for the workshops required for stock market competitions, as well as workshops in applied finance, numerical methods, development and programming on different platforms, courses and certifications in financial risks, financial process simulations, and the development of software applied to solutions in the industry in general. It has 30 computers and a projector.
Location: J Building, ground floor
Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Juan Carlos Martínez Alvarado, M.Fin.