Special Issue "Physics of Financial Markets"
A special issue of Future Physics (ISSN 2624-6503).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2018
For many years, methods of mathematical and computational physics have been applied to financial markets, e.g., to understand and predict derivatives (options, etc.), insights into trading algorithms, dynamics of economies, etc. This issue will highlight the various ways physics has influenced financial markets, as well as various ways future physics likely may influence future financial markets (quantum computation, markets based on quantum variables, etc.). Please send your Abstract to Lester Ingber <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Prof. Lester Ingber
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- computational physics
- mathematical physics
- quantum physics
- interactions among multiple scales of financial systems understood as physical systems