College of Management of Technology
Established in 2004, the College of Management of Technology’s mission is to create value for business and society by advancing the theory and practice of management, by facing industrial issues and public policy questions, and by educating responsible change makers.
The College leverages its location on a world-class STEM campus by offering unique teaching programs at the intersection of business and engineering, and by fostering impactful research. It seeks to provide a collaborative and respectful environment that nourishes bright minds and enables them to develop their full potential.
Appointment of EPFL professors
The Board of the Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology has announced the appointment of professors at EPFL.
“Learning the language of data technologies for agile operations”
Dimitris Kiritsis, Professor Emeritus of Information and Telecommunication Technology for Sustainable Manufacturing at EPFL, points out the power of shared language around data technologies for agile and resilient operations.
Improving portfolio performance and currency risk management
Urban Ulrych, currently scientific collaborator at the Swiss Finance Institute @EPFL has published a new article entitled "Sparse and stable international portfolio optimization and currency risk management" in the Journal of International Money and Finance.
INSTITUTES & CENTER
The Management of Technology & Entrepreneurship Institute has been created to foster research and to offer strong programs in the fields of management of technology, entrepreneurship & public policy.
The Swiss Finance Institute @ EPFL has been created to foster research in finance and to develop a strong offering of programs in finance and financial engineering at EPFL. The focus is on the areas within finance that have a natural interaction with mathematics, statistics, engineering, and science, namely, mathematical finance, financial econometrics, and entrepreneurial finance.
The Enterprise for Society Center (E4S) inspires economic and social transformation by producing, collecting and disseminating frontier research and science-backed evidence, with a view of helping enterprises and society develop practices, strategies and policies consistent with rising to the “grand challenges”, such as climate change, resource scarcity, social change, urbanization, or digitalization.
Modeling Managers As EPS Maximizers
Textbook theory assumes that firm managers maximize the net present value of future cash flows. But when you ask them, the people running large public corporations say that they are maximizing something else entirely:…
With: Itzhak (Zahi) Ben-David, Ohio State University
Place and room: UniL Campus, Room Extra 126
Category: Conferences – Seminars