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The NYSE Microstructure Meets AI Conference

April 2, 2024

The New York Stock Exchange is pleased to announce it will host the “NYSE Microstructure Meets AI” academic and industry conference on November 11, 2024.

NYSE seeks academic papers on U.S. Equity Market microstructure as well as papers covering the intersection of microstructure with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

The NYSE advocates for academia and industry working together to help promote understanding and discourse on the state of the U.S. Equity market. The conference will follow a standard academic conference format. Authors will present their research, followed by a discussant, who will provide a thoughtful analysis of the research. Discussants will be chosen from industry, rather than academia, to further promote industry/academic dialog. Questions from the audience will be encouraged following the presentation of each paper.

For information on how to submit your paper or be considered as a discussant, please contact Steven Poser. Papers are due by August 30, 2024.

Details and registration information

Papers will be selected by the following committee of esteemed market microstructure experts:

  • Jonathan Brogaard (University of Utah)
  • Lawrence Glosten (Columbia University)
  • Joel Hasbrouck (New York University)
  • Terrence Hendershott (University of California, Berkeley)
  • Pamela Moulton (Cornell University)
  • Christopher Schwarz (University of California, Irvine)
  • Mao Ye (Cornell University)

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