Core team:

Brian Tivnan

University of Vermont

MITRE Corporation, Chief Engineer

Tivnan, a UVM Complex Systems Center affiliate, is the Burlington site leader and chief engineer in the Modeling & Simulation Department for the MITRE Corporation, a not-for-profit organization that manages federally funded research and development centers, partnering with government sponsors to support their crucial operational missions. His current research interests include the study of conflict and quantitative finance.

Most recent papers:

Fragmentation and Inefficiencies in US equity markets: Evidence from the Dow 30..

John H. Ring IV, Brian Tivnan, David Dewhurst, Colin Van Oort, Tyler Gray, Chris Danforth, Matthew Koehler, Matthew T. McMahon, David Slater, Jason Veneman, Brendan F. Tivnan. Preprint, 2019.
[pdf] [arXiv]

Scaling of inefficiencies in the U.S. equity markets: Evidence from three market indices and more than 2900 securities.

Chris Danforth, Brian Tivnan, Colin Van Oort, David Dewhurst, Tyler Gray, John H. Ring IV. Preprint, 2019.
[pdf] [arXiv]

An agent-based model for financial vulnerability.

Richard Bookstaber, Mark Paddrik, Brian Tivnan. Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination, 433-466, 13, 2018.
[pdf] [journal page]

Towards a model of the US stock market: How important is the securities information processor?.

Brian Tivnan, Matthew Koehler, David Slater, Jason Veneman. Simulation Conference (WSC), 2017 Winter, 1181-1192, , 2017.
[pdf] [journal page]

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