Industry Sharing Series (ISS)

The Industry Sharing Series is a platform for thought leaders from industries to provide insights into trends, challenges and opportunities in their respective fields. These sessions also provide valuable opportunities for students and organisations to engage in conversations of mutual interesting topics. The ISS is open to all students and staff from NUS. Some sessions are open to the public.

Upcoming Highlights

Finding Your Way In Life After Graduation - Career Path in Life Sciences Industry (by Odgers Berndtson and Beckman Coulters)

3 October 2019 (Thur), 3.45pm – 5.15pm

C4-02-01 Multi-Purpose Room, (Level 2 of Frontier Phase 1 canteen)

Registration : https://nus.edu/2ldHJnx

 

 Think Like A Palantir Engineer (by Palantir)

 15 October 2019 (Tue), 11.45am – 2.00pm

C4-02-01 Multi-Purpose Room, (Level 2 of Frontier Phase 1 canteen)

Registration : https://nus.edu/2leWKp5

 

 Insights for researcher : The Impact of Data Analytics in the ways of working and careers in the Healthcare industry (by IQVIA)

 24 October 2019 (Thur), 3.45pm – 5.15pm*

C4-02-01 Multi-Purpose Room, (Level 2 of Frontier Phase 1 canteen)

Registration : https://nus.edu/2mRuNUF

  

Recruitment Talks and Career Fairs

Recruitment talks and career fairs provide employers a platform to interact, and discover talent amongst NUS Science students and alumni, who can be prospective employees in the future. Our programmes support employers’ recruitment objectives of finding the best qualified candidate for the position. With greater competition for talent, attracting the best person for the job requires a timely and streamlined recruitment process.

We can also organise ad hoc sessions and career events such as our flagship Science Industry Day, depending on the strategic intent and opportunities.

 

IoT Datathon

The Internet of Things (IoT) Datathon is an interdisciplinary hackathon–style competition where students are mentored by industry experts to develop innovative ideas and Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled applications to solve real-life industry problems. Students and problem set owners will work in teams to create innovative prototype solutions and business plans to take their ideas forward.

For more information on IoT Datathon please visit  http://science.nus.edu.sg/datathon/