Thomson Reuters – one-to-one appointments for PhD Students on Thursday 21 November 2013
By uczjvwa, on 7 November 2013
Interested in applying your insights to help shape the technology that supports our business? Eager to share your ideas with company leaders? Then bring us your expertise and enthusiasm and we’ll help you to pursue a career in technology. In 2011 Thomson Reuters launched their Technology Associate Programs specifically for technical PhD students.
We will be present for Recruiter in Residence one-to-one appointments in UCL on Thursday 21 November 14:00 – 16:30 for PhD students interested in applying to the Technology Associate Programs below. Deadline for applications is 1 December 2013.
Technology Summer Associates Program (TSAP) – 10 week summer program running from mid-June to mid-August 2014; Find out more.
Requirement: Undertaking a PhD at a leading university, in one or a blend of Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Graphics, Electrical Engineering or related fields.
Technology Associates Program (TAP) – full-time 27 month rotational program starting August 2014; Find out more
Requirement: Completed a PhD at a leading university, in one or a blend of Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Graphics, Electrical Engineering or related fields (must be completed prior to start date).
Two representatives will be present. Please decide which representative you would like to book an appointment with;
- Dr. Jochen Leidner is a Lead Research Scientist of Thomson Reuters Research & Development, and heads its new London site. He holds a Ph.D. in informatics from the University of Edinburgh.
- Dr. Andrew Fletcher is a Manager of Emerging Technology at Thomson Reuters. In his role he is responsible for open innovation and partnerships, working across all areas of the business. He holds a D.Phil in organometallic chemistry from the University of Oxford.
To make a booking for a 15 minute appointment, please email email@example.com and specify which representative you would like to see. Please note you can only see one representative.