Academic members are drawn from University of Oxford departments, including Engineering, Economics, the Mathematical Institute, Statistics, the Saïd Business School, and Computer Science. Associate Membership status provides academics with an opportunity to work alongside OMI’s students, Faculty, and commercial researchers.
The Institute’s student members are graduate students studying for DPhils (PhDs) at affiliated University of Oxford departments. Students work within the Institute’s purpose built, state-of-the-art offices and have the opportunity to attend the Institute’s in-house seminars and workshops. This opportunity is also extended to the Institute’s Associate Student Members, enabling them to connect with leading researchers across a broad spectrum of relevant disciplines and therefore better position themselves to contribute to quantitative finance.
The Institute’s Administration and IT Team are responsible for coordinating day-to-day activities at OMI. The Administration Team manages the events programme and all aspects of administrative support, ensuring that University policies and procedures are followed for financial, personnel and health & safety matters, and that administrative procedures are completed in accordance with the Collaborative Agreement with the core funders, Man Group Plc. The IT Team provides infrastructure, desktop and IT support services to meet the business and research needs of the Institute. The support team prides itself on providing a high level of service to the Institute’s staff, members and visitors.
Director, Professor Álvaro Cartea
Álvaro Cartea is Professor of Mathematical Finance in the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford. Álvaro’s interests lie at the intersection of financial economics, mathematics, and data science. His research spans across several fields, including algorithmic and high-frequency trading, market microstructure, mathematical finance, asset pricing, commodities markets, and financial regulation. Álvaro is the editor-in-chief of Applied Mathematical Finance.
Papers by Álvaro