Carnegie Mellon University

Seminars and Conferences

Accounting Mini-Conference

The Carnegie Mellon Accounting Mini-Conference is a premier gathering of scholars from accounting and other related fields who share insights from a uniquely interdisciplinary approach designed to expand the boundaries of accounting research.

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Advances in Macro-Finance Conference

The Advances in Macro-Finance Conference, jointly sponsored by the Tepper School and the Laboratory for Aggregate Economics and Finance at the University of Santa Barbara, brings together scholars working at the intersection of Macroeconomics and Finance.

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Carnegie-Rochester-NYU Conference

The Carnegie-Rochester Conference on Public Policy was created in the early '70s to stimulate research and collaboration. Held semi-annually, the conference focuses on a single theme for presentations and papers.

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Collective Intelligence 2019

The Association for Computing Machinery's (ACM) Collective Intelligence 2019 explores the impact of technology and big data on the ways in which people come together to communicate, combine knowledge, and get work done. Coming from myriad disciplines and fields, conference participants share how connecting groups of people, information, and machines can lead to more intelligent behavior and more effective problem solving.

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Commodity and Energy Markets Association (CEMA) Annual Meeting

The CEMA Annual Meeting is a benchmark academic conference, gathering researchers and practitioners engaged in the study or application of economics, finance, mathematics, operations, and risk management in commodity and energy markets.

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Digital Marketing and Machine Learning Conference

This annual conference explores how digital, social, and mobile technologies affect business model, customer behavior, and social changes at large.

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Finance Theory Group Meeting

The goal of the Finance Theory Group (FTG) is to foster and promote theoretical research in the areas of corporate finance, financial institutions, and financial markets. The FTG holds two regular meetings every year, where members and fellows meet to present and discuss their work. Members and fellows of the FTG are researchers from leading institutions, who work primarily on the theory of corporate finance, financial institutions, and financial markets.



Carnegie Mellon University will host its third-annual INTERSECT@CMU Conference as a virtual series beginning Sept. 10, 2020. The 2020 INTERSECT@CMU Virtual Conference Series will consider the pandemic's long-term global effects on four foundational elements of society: health and healthcare, education, the economy, and sustainability.

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Machine Learning Summer Workshop

Machine learning is impacting the business world and the business research community. The CMU Summer Workshop on Machine Learning is intended to introduce junior researchers to the cutting-edge machine learning methods and their applications in the marketing and information systems research, and open up common ground for future discussions among researchers who are using or wish to use machine learning methods in their research.

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SFS Cavalcade North America

The Society for Financial Studies (SFS) Finance Cavalcade conference is a joint project of the Review of Financial Studies, the Review of Corporate Finance Studies, and the Review of Asset Pricing Studies. One of the premier academic finance conferences in North America, the SFS Cavalcade covers all areas of finance with a format of 55 minutes per paper with eight-to-eleven parallel sessions spanning three days.

Learn more about the SFS Cavalcade conference on the SFS website

Technology, Sustainability, and Business Forum

A joint effort between the Tepper School of Business and the Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at Carnegie Mellon, this conference discusses the latest research and trends impacting sustainability topics. 

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Women in Business Leadership Conference

This MBA student-led initiative is organized by the Tepper Women in Business Club, Tepper School Forté Fellows, and the Accelerate Leadership Center to provide leadership development opportunities for professionals, while also amplifying the conversation on women’s leadership both on campus and across the Pittsburgh region.

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Faculty Seminars

This database includes academic seminars which cover a wide range of disciplines, and are sponsored by several higher education institutions in Pittsburgh, including Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh.