Tucker Balch, Ph.D.

Tucker Balch

Tucker Balch, Ph.D. is a former F-15 pilot, professor at Georgia Tech, and co-founder and CTO of Lucena Research, an investment software startup. His research focuses on topics that range from the understanding social animal behavior to the challenges of applying Machine Learning to Finance. His online course, Computational Investing Part I, is the most popular online course offered by Georgia Tech and one of the most popular at coursera.com with over 175,000 students enrolled. Balch holds B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from Georgia Tech. Honors include the NSF CAREER Award, the Georgia Tech Outstanding Service Award and a distinguished graduate designation from the USAF in Undergraduate Pilot Training. Tucker has authored over 150 technical papers, journal articles and books, including the recent book What Hedge Funds Really Do with Philip Romero. His work has been reported in the popular press and TV including on CNN, in Institutional Investor, the New York Times and the New Scientist.

Contributions

Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Trading Systems Design

Professor Balch will unravel the mystery to show you how any portfolio manager can make investment decisions backed by science. He will also show you how geopolitical and market event patterns influence the market’s direction and security pricing. These patterns repeat, and....
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