Zied Ben Chaouch

Zied Ben Chaouch is a graduate student in MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and in the MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering. His research interests include systemic risk, risk aversion estimation, probability theory, and the control of stochastic processes evolving over networks. He served as a teaching assistant for undergraduate and graduate probability courses at MIT, and as an online teaching assistant for the 6.041x Introduction to Probability edX class, as well as the 15.482x Healthcare Finance edX class.

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The Science and Business of Biotechnology (edX)

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The Science and Business of Biotechnology (edX)
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Explore the latest scientific innovations in biotechnology, and novel business and financing models for commercializing them. This course focuses on early-stage biotechnology companies, with particular emphasis on understanding the underlying science, technology, and disease targets—together with the application of novel business structures and financing methods—to facilitate drug discovery, clinical [...]
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Adaptive Markets: Financial Market Dynamics and Human Behavior (edX)

A completely new way of thinking about financial markets, institutions, and innovation that reconciles human behavior with market efficiency using concepts from evolutionary biology, cognitive neuroscience, and artificial intelligence. Half of all Americans have money in the stock market, yet economists can’t agree on whether investors and markets are [...]
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