MDOTM custs AI and ESG research deal with the University of Gothenburg FinextraMDOTM custs AI and ESG research deal with the University of Gothenburg FinextraMDOTM custs AI and ESG research deal with the University of Gothenburg Finextra
Impact Investing Forum 2023
London. May 04-05, 2023.
MDOTM, Europe’s leader in AI-driven investment strategies, has signed a partnership agreement with the School of Business, Economics & Law of the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.
The partnership will allow professors and students to collaborate with MDOTM in R&D. It also gives PhD and Masters’ students access MDOTM’s research infrastructure to help them develop their research projects. MDOTM’s data scientists and financial professionals have worked with researchers to develop original research on the intersection of Machine Learning and ESG investing. MDOTM LAB was established by the company in partnership with prestigious universities such as UCSC Milan. It produces cutting-edge research. The LAB now has 20 academic advisors and 30 external research researchers, including Master and PhD students. Many of the 60 LAB alumni have gone on to take full-time positions with MDOTM’s R&D. Federic Mazzorin is Chief Scientist and Cofounder of MDOTM. Because of our close ties to universities, the LAB can stay at forefront of innovation and continue providing clients with reliable and scientific-driven insights. We have increased the MDOTM LAB’s reach to become Europe’s premier centre for AI-Driven Asset Manager research. Viktor Elliot, PhD, Senior Lecturer and Director of Bitlab at the School of Business, Economics and Law, stated that “the collaboration with MDOTM was an excellent example of successful co-creation of research and practice, where students and scholars are exposed to real-world issues. It allows us to test and experiment with our ideas in a professional setting, and it also gives us the opportunity to benefit from the technical knowledge and practical experience of some of the most prominent global leaders in AI investment. We hope this collaboration will continue to foster high quality research and practical students for society’s benefit.