by Vael Gates Nick Sampas, a PhD in physics, is a senior research scientist at Agilent Technologies. He kindly sat down to talk with me about his job and how he got to where he is. I’ve known Nick for a long time, and know the basics of his position: he is one of the few industry scientists who has spent much of his career at a single company, working at Agilent pursuing biotech research …
Today we’re joined by Jeff Dunn, who works as a Campus Relations Manager for Intel. He took some time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions about his line of work and provide advice to PhD students looking for jobs.
The group, Bay Area Women in Machine Learning and Data Science, met on Wednesday night (1/28/15) on campus to connect with graduate students who are interested in data science. After a brief introduction to the group, we got to hear from three women who took different paths in data science.
Yvonne Fonken is a third year PhD student in Neuroscience at UC Berkeley. She is one of the organizers of the new group Bay Area Women in Machine Learning and Data Science. Their first UC Berkeley event will be on January 28 – there’s still time to sign up!