I graduated in Physics writing a thesis on Quantum Finance ("Quantum Finance: Applications of Quantum Mechanics to option pricing"). I have also studied something about Mathematical Finance for my thesis (the binomial model, European and American derivatives, forwards, futures, Ito's calculus, dividend-paying stocks, the Black-Scholes-Merton equation, the risk-neutral measure, Girsanov's and Feynman-Kak theorems and so on). I attended a course for the Mathematics PhD Program about these topics too.
Now, I am interested in continuing my studies in this field or in econophysics and I am looking for a PhD Program in Physics or Economics. On this blog I've seen that University of Houston has a PhD in Econophysics. Maybe IMT of Lucca could be interested in this field. Do you know any other university I could get in contact with?
Thank you very much!