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Our San Francisco talks have restarted in September 2015 with Jason Aten as our San Francisco leader.

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San Francisco Leaders

Jason E. Aten

Jason Aten

Jason E. Aten is a scientist who currently holds the position of Senior Software Developer at Voleon Capital Management. He has worked in the fields of molecular biology, causal modeling, and high frequency trading. Jason holds a Ph.D. in Biomathematics from UCLA.

Matthew Dixon

Matthew Dixon

Matthew Dixon is a Managing Director and Head of Americas at Thalesians Ltd.

He is also an Assistant Professor of Finance in the Stuart Business School at the Illinois Institute of Technology. His research focuses on the application of advanced computational techniques to financial modeling and data analysis especially where high performance and scalability are critical for practical application. Matthew's research is currently funded by Intel Corporation. He has contributed to the R package repository and published around twenty peer-reviewed technical articles. He has taught financial econometrics, derivatives, machine learning and text mining at the University of San Francisco and held visiting appointments in CS/Math at Stanford University and UC Davis.

Prior to joining academia, he has held industry appointments as a quant at banks such as Lehman Brothers, the Bank for International Settlements and Barclays Capital. He chairs the workshop on computational finance at the annual SuperComputing conference and serves on the program committee of HPC and on the editorial board of the Journal of Financial Innovation. Matthew holds a MEng in Civil Engineering from Imperial College London, a MSc in Parallel and Scientific Computation (with distinction) from the University of Reading, and a PhD in Applied Math from Imperial College London. He became a chartered financial risk manager in 2014.

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