Margaret Armstrong is an associate professor at EMAp, and holds a PhD in Geostatics from Mines Paris Tech. Her research is focused on subjects such as real options applied to projects in mining, oil and energy; commodities and the electricity market structure; and copulas and credit derivatives.

Professor Margaret Armstrong, of the School of Applied Mathematics at FGV (EMAp), will be in charge of the “Project Finance” course that will start, March 14, in Paris. Scheduled to take place through to March 18, the program, which is the result of a partnership between the School of Applied Mathematics with the Mines ParisTech, attracts students from many different countries and includes funding for projects in the fields of mining and petroleum, satellites and telecommunications, and infrastructure and energy.

During the course, experts from the industrial and financial sectors will present case studies and provide different perspectives on project financing. In addition, the partnership with the French institution opens up the possibility of student exchanges between Mines ParisTech and EMAp.

Margaret Armstrong is an associate professor at EMAp, and holds a PhD in Geostatics from Mines Paris Tech. Her research is focused on subjects such as real options applied to projects in mining, oil and energy; commodities and the electricity market structure; and copulas and credit derivatives.

 

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