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CS 349F: Technology for Financial Systems

Financial systems have spurred technological innovation and, in turn, are driven byncutting-edge technological developments. This course explores the synergy.nStudents will learn from faculty and industry experts how to build faster and fairer financial systems. Topics include network infrastructure: data center fabrics, ultra-low latency trading systems; cloud computing infrastructure: building large-scale risk computation platforms using virtual machines, containers and serverless computing. A particular focus will be on challenges and opportunities presented by cloud-native financial exchanges: the course will provide such an exchange and student groups will write programs for high-frequency and algorithmic trading. Recommended: Knowledge of basic Networking, OS, or Distributed Systems ( CS 144, 140, or equivalent), as well as basic EE courses ( EE 178) will be useful.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2
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