Laboratory for Financial Engineering (LFE)

The MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering (LFE) is a research center created as a partnership between academia and industry, designed to support and promote research in financial engineering and computational finance.

The principal focus of the LFE is the quantitative analysis of financial markets using mathematical, statistical, and computational models and methods. The goal of LFE is not only to spur academic advances in financial engineering, but also to reach out to students, industry professionals, regulators, and policymakers to support their applications of financial technology in practical settings.

LFE research projects fall into five distinct subject areas:

  • Foundations of Financial Behavior and Adaptive Markets
  • Risk Management and Systemic Risk
  • Healthcare Finance
  • Big Data and Financial Technology
  • Hedge Funds and Asset-Market Dynamics

The LFE is a research lab for currently enrolled students and faculty. We do not offer any degree programs.

Contact:
Jayna Cummings, jcummin@mit.edu
100 Main Street, E62-611
Cambridge, MA 02142-1347
Tel: 617-258-5727

Web site:
http://lfe.mit.edu/