Christopher Zhu


Imperial College London

Christopher Zhu is a dedicated researcher in the fields of data science, artificial intelligence, and environmental finance, now conducting his research at Imperial College London. Christopher has also studied at the Oxford Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford. He is an experienced speaker at conferences and seminars. His research work in financial engineering has been recognized at various academic forums with multiple awards such as the United Nations World Data Forum and the China Financial Engineering Annual Conference, where his paper has won numerous awards, including the “Best Paper Award,” “Excellent Paper Award,” and “Academic Research Award “.

Beyond his academic pursuits, Christopher has contributed to the financial and technological industry, holding leadership roles at renowned international organizations. As the co-founder of his venture capital club in New York, he has actively supported high-tech start-ups, particularly those catering to young professionals in the Chinese-American community. He has also frequently offered political counsel to various entities, including the United Nations, the European Union, UNESCO, and the SAR governments.

Christopher’s influence extends globally, having represented China at the United Nations Economic and Social Council Youth Forum in New York, where he was recognized with the special award for outstanding leadership, commended by senior UN Commissioners, and featured in official United Nations media coverage. Additionally, he has served as an invited scientist at prestigious international diplomatic and scientific events such as the United Nations World Data Forum, Greater Bay Area Science Forum, ISOSC Beijing, and ISBA Shenzhen.

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