C source code and research paper from rentech

(Last Updated On: February 20, 2019)
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No joke. C source code from a employee in 2001 in Rentech. I also found a bunch of research papers from another researcher at the firm. This is of James Simmons fame

As a tip, just follow these research names of RenTech via Linked In. This shows what kind of projects they worked on before joining the hedge fund.

Some RenTech employees come MIT, Harvard, Yale, and Stanford. Just so you know. See some these links here:


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