Professor Dash joined the URI faculty in 1974 with a masters- and PhD-degree in finance and operations research (1978) from the University of Colorado. Professor Dash has published various manuscripts on the topics on nonlinear multiple objective decision making, artificial intelligence and stochastic methods in time series analysis. He has also published two books: Fundamentals of Risk Management: Derivatives, Neuroscience, and Automated Trading; and, Recent Advances in Computational Finance. Along with international invitations to present at research symposiums, he has lectured to graduate students in eight different countries. Professor Dash�s service activities include performing as founder and faculty adviser to the student-directed Quantitative Finance and Neuroscience Club. He remains an active member in major international professional associations.
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