Our Contributors

None of this would have been possible without the support of our contributors. We invite you to take a look at the cool, cutting-edge things they’re doing below!

The Princeton COS Department needs no introduction. Check out the cool things their faculty and students are doing here!

The Keller Center at Princeton University creates societal impact through entrepreneurship, design & design thinking, and innovative education. Keller does so by offering educational opportunities that bridge engineering and the liberal arts and help shape rewarding career paths.

Projects Board is the funding arm of the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) and is responsible for distributing the majority of the funds that support student organization events. They fund events of all types and sizes — the more creative and content-rich, the better!

IMC is an ambitious company with a mission to be one of the leading trading firms globally. Specialized in algorithmic trading and advanced technology, we set the pace for the evolution of market making. Our innovative, open environment is one of collaboration where anyone can challenge the status quo and make an impact.

You’ve probably heard of Facebook. But it’s doing more than you probably ever knew about — check out the cool things happening at Facebook here!

Susquehanna International Group (SIG) is a global quantitative trading firm founded with an entrepreneurial mindset and a rigorous analytical approach to decision making. Building virtually all of our own trading technology from scratch, we are leaders and innovators in high performance, low latency trading.

Radix Trading is a research firm, powered by technology and monetized through trading. We’re constantly evolving our strategies and developing new ones through innovative machine learning and statistical methodologies.

COSCON is extremely grateful for the contributions of the Math, Operations Research and Financial Engineering (ORFE), and Physics departments for their contributions!

COSCON is also extremely grateful for the contributions of the Geosciences and Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) departments!