Maxim Ulrich is professor for financial economics and risk management at the KIT. He is also head of the "Computational Risk and Asset Management" KIT research group (C-RAM). This research group combines modern concepts from financial economics, machine learning and information technology to develop real-time risk analytics to help protect society more effectively from adverse economic and financial market shocks, such as the 2008 U.S. financial crisis or the 2010 European sovereign debt crisis. From 2008 to 2013 he was a tenure-track professor for finance and economics at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business in New York. During this time, he taught numerous investment and asset pricing related courses for Columbia's MBA, Executive MBA, PhD and industrial engineering program.
Professor Ulrich presents his research regularly on finance conferences, such as the AFA, WFA, EFA and NBER Asset Pricing Meetings. His research has been published at the Journal of Monetary Economics. A link to Professor Ulrich's CV.