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Institute of Financial Systems Engineering at Imperial College
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Chief Scientific Officer
Dr Georgikopoulos is also an Associate Research Fellow of Prof. Nicos Christofides, the Director of the Institute of Financial System Engineering at Imperial College London.
Sirius Petroleum | Media/News
Sirius has commissioned Professor Nicos Christofides and sw7research to complete a Real Options Valuation on two oil assets over which the Company has confidential pre-farm-in agreements, the Oil Block and the Second Oil Block (as described in the RNS dated 21 June 2012), in order to assist in determining whether to proceed with entering into a binding farm-in agreement on both assets, a decision which is at the Company's sole discretion.
Professor Nicos Christofides and sw7research are, in aggregate, due a fee of £150,000 for these services. Professor Nicos Christofides and sw7research have completed a number of Real Options Valuation for FTSE100 and other listed and private oil & gas companies. About Nicos Christofides Nicos was Co-founder and Director of the Centre for Quantitative Finance (CQF) at Imperial College and headed the unit for 18 years (1990-2007), was Co-founder and remains a Director since 2008 of the Institute of Financial Systems Engineering (IFSE) at Imperial College. He has published over 150 papers and 4 books, in mathematical modelling, optimization and finance. Nicos has been active in ?nancial research for 20 years and his current focus is on the development and implementation of new proprietary algorithms for forecasting, asset/liability management, optimization for fund and risk management and real-options valuation of projects & companies. His work is sponsored by a number of American, European and Japanese banks and the ?nance departments of large corporates. Nicos is currently Professor Emeritus of Quantitative Finance at Imperial College, London. The company evolved out of Network Models R&D, a mathematical research firm established in 1984 by a group of academics headed by Professor Nicos Christofides. In 1989, Nicos Christofides, co-founded the Centre for Quantitative Finance (CQF) at Imperial College London.
Dynamic Decisions - DD Values
Nicos Christofides - Chief Scientific Officer (CSO)Nicos is the Chief Scientific Officer of Dynamic Decisions Group and is Professor of Operations Research and Head of the Centre for Quantitative Finance at Imperial College, London University.He is also a Director of Network Models, a scientific software research and development company.Professor Christofides has published four books and over 100 papers in optimisation, networks and financial engineering.He is/was on the editorial board of many journals including: SIAMJ On Algebraic Methods, Journal of Applied Discrete Mathematics, and the Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance.He is currently acting as an adviser to several European, American and Japanese investment banks in the City of London.His current interest is in optimisation and simulation methodologies in financial engineering.He obtained both undergraduate and Ph.D. degrees from Imperial College.
Dr Nikolaos Georgikopoulos - NYU Stern - Imperial College London- Oxford University
Prof. Nicos Christofides
Imperial College London
The company evolved out of Network Models R&D, a mathematical research firm established in 1984 by a group of academics headed by Professor Nicos Christofides.
In 1989, Nicos Christofides, co-founded the Centre for Quantitative Finance (CQF) at Imperial College London and headed the unit for 18 years. Theoretical research at CQF involved over 200 PhD projects and was fully funded by a group of American, Japanese and European banks and the finance departments of large corporates in the City of London. As a result, the main participants in sw7research continue to enjoy long working relationships with these institutions. Nicos Christofides is currently Professor Emeritus of Quantitative Finance at Imperial College, London.