NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of Capital Markets CRC Limited will be held in the offices of Capital Markets CRC Limited at Level 3, 55 Harrington Street, Sydney on Tuesday, 14 February 2017 at 2:00pm.
Co-founded by the CMCRC and Nankai University, the CMQRC will extend our work on market quality while cultivating talent in China. Along with the industry-PhD program, the centre will facilitate the implementation of our technologies into the local markets in finance and in health.
HISA, Australia’s peak body for digital health, e-health and health informatics promotes the CMCRC’s inaugural Australian Health Data Series report on the fragmentation of data in the health system. Read more here
The 2015 NSW Innovation and Health Symposia will be held over two days (2 and 3 November 2015) with the NSW Health Awards held on the evening of 2 November. This year’s event will provide a greater opportunity for sponsorship coverage, enabling organisations to reach out to an even wider audience than in previous years.
Leader of the Health Market Quality Program, David Jonas chats with Norman Swan on the ABC’s Health Report to discuss the key insights from the release of the Flying Blind report (read more here) which discuss the fragmented state of Australian healthcare and healthcare data. To listen to the report click here. Head of the Health Market Quality
An invention from an Australian technology business has been used to crack a case about dodgy high-frequency traders in Britain, resulting in a landmark decision by the British High Court and a $16.3 million fine. Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre’s SMARTS system, which analyses transaction log data from stock exchanges globally and can reconstruct trading
A trio of high-frequency traders was convicted of manipulating markets in the UK and in Europe thanks to technology from an Australian research firm and its professor CEO. Source: Traders Magazine News Link: Australian Research Firm Nails Gaming Case of HFT Traders
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“Professor Aitkin’s approach embodies contemporary rhetoric: industry engaged, financially independent, outward-looking creators of world-beating innovations” Read the full article in CRCs adapt to corporate world for survival
Latest research from CMCRC researcher Dr Shahadat Uddin (USYD), published in Scientific Reports (Nature), explores the impact of physician collaboration dynamics on patients’ health outcomes. The models developed in this research predict hospitalisation costs and length of stay and can be used to develop effective healthcare environments. Read more at Nature