Research by Markus Vogl {Business & Data Science}

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Mr. Vogl is also a member of the Behavioral Accounting & Finance Lab of the Professorship for Controlling & Business Informatics of the University of Applied Sciences in Aschaffenburg.

We strive to be knowledgeable and actively participate in current research topics and projects. Capital markets, financial modelling, chaos theory, computer science, regulatory flows and other topics are part of our research projects.
Discover our latest research articles, publications and projects

Presentations & Lectures

In the following you will find selected presentations of our team and lectures of Markus Vogl. If you have any questions, suggestions or requests concerning research and guest lectures, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Lecture "Data Science for algorithmic financial market & time series analysis

Nachfolgend finden Sie einige Videos aus der Vorlesung „Data Science für algorithmische Finanzmarkt- & Zeitreihenanalyse“, welche voll digital an der TH Aschaffenburg angeboten wird.

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Financial Time Series Analysis using Wavelets & Neural Networks

Short lecture at the ‚Data Science and AI in Financial and Manufacturing Sector‘ Event of the Disrupt Network at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management in Frankfurt am Main from the 20.08.2019

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Financial Time Series Analysis using Wavelets

Lecture at the 1. QX Data Science Event in Frankfurt am Main from 05/10/2019.

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Publications & Research

Below you will find in part a list of our publications & articles as well as current research projects.

  • Scheinunterschiede: Low Volatility und Momentum“ in Institutional Money
  • Trend Momentum II: Driving Forces of Low Volatility and Momentum“ (Berghorn, Otto, Schulz, Vogl), under review
  • „The Mandelbrot Market Model – Theoretical and Empirical Valuation“ (Vogl)