the Stock Market: Measuring the Predictive Power of Twitter Sentiment Analysis”
by Alex Isken was considered to be one of the top five submissions and he was awarded
a $500 travel grant to present at Carnegie Mellon.
In a previous
blog entry we highlighted about Alex’s contributions in hosting a ‘big data
and fundamental analysis” workshop to the AIM students. His knowledge of how to
mine data from micro-blogs was shared with other students and has led to a
special exercise being added to the AIM curriculum.
Marquette student had a research article accepted by UCIS. We would also like
to congratulate Alex Mueller for his “Python Programming in Web Vulnerability
Go to the Marquette University AIM Program Website (click on image below)
AIM Program Blog
The AIM Program at Marquette University began in 2005. Since then over 400 undergraduate students have participated in the program. Our alumni can be found in leading asset managers and investment banks throughout the country - and the world. As the first undergraduate program partner with the CFA Institute, we take pride in our students' successful placements and CFA exam pass rates. In 2014 we added our second track: Private Equity & Investment Banking. Please feel free to contact us at:email@example.com