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CS 349F: Technology for Financial Systems

Financial systems have spurred technological innovation and, in turn, are driven by cutting-edge technological developments. This seminar course explores the synergy. Students will learn from faculty and industry experts (from the finance and tech industries) how to build faster, fairer and better fintech. Topics include network infrastructure: packet switch architectures, data center fabrics, ultra-low latency trading systems and financial exchange fabrics; cloud computing infrastructure: building large-scale risk computation platforms using virtual machines, containers and serverless computing; challenges and opportunities in building cloud-native financial exchanges: the role of fairness and synchronized clocks; AI/ML in fintech; and trading systems based on distributed ledger technologies. Recommended: Knowledge of basic Networking , OS or Distributed Systems ( CS 140, CS 144) and basic probability courses ( CS 109, EE 178).
Terms: Spr | Units: 1 | Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit
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