Assistant professor |School of Business, Department of Finance
Ti Zhou received his PhD in finance from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He obtained a master degree in Applied Math and Statistics from State University of New York at Stony Brook and a Bachelor degree in Mathematics from Sun Yat-sen University. His current research interests include empirical asset pricing, option implied information, portfolio choice, and Fintech.
Asset pricing, Option-implied information, Fintech
2011-2016 Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, PhD in Finance
2007-2009 State University of New York, Stony Brook, Master in Applied Math and Statistics
2003-2007 Sun Yat-sen University, Bachelor in Mathematics
2016.8- Assistant professor, Department of Finance, SUSTech
2009.9-2011.8 Shanghai Guotai Junan Asset Management, Quantitative Investment Group, Research Association,
2009.6-2009.8 Citi group, GTS, Summer Intern
Empirical Methods for Finance（UG/PG）
Quantitative Investment Analysis（UG/PG）
Research Assistant：Chen Yu, Jian Zhang
PhD student: Yunqi Wang
Asset pricing, Option implied information, Return predictability and asset allocation, Fintech
Financial Derivatives(UG), Quantitative Investment Analysis(UG/PG), Empirical Methods in Finance(UG), Financial Econometrics(PG)
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We invite applications for research assistant positions. Qualified applicants should have:
- a master degree in finance or related fields, such as financial mathematics, economics, or statistics;
- proficient user of at least one piece of data analysis software, like SAS/MATLAB/R/Stata/Python.
- strong interests in academic research
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