[hcs-d] Fwd: Two Sigma Meet & Greets at Harvard

Richard Ouyang rouyang at college.harvard.edu
Tue Mar 20 11:55:51 EDT 2018


For students looking to get an early start (!) on Fall 2018 recruiting.
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TWO SIGMA'S QUANT RESEARCH UNDERGRAD MEET & GREET Date: Thursday, March 29,
2018 Time: 6:30pm Location: TBC



Two Sigma's quant researchers will be visiting Harvard on Thursday, March
29th, and we are looking forward to getting to know you in a 1:1 setting at
our Meet and Greet. Kindly RSVP for a spot by applying here
<https://careers.twosigma.com/careers/UniversityJobDetail?jobId=3843>! We
hope to see you there.



TWO SIGMA'S QUANT RESEARCH PHD MEET & GREET
Date: Thursday, March 29, 2018 Time: 5:00pm Location: TBC

Two Sigma's quant researchers will be visiting Harvard on Thursday, March
29th, and we are looking forward to getting to know you in a more intimate
setting at our PhD Meet and Greet.

Please join us to discuss how you can apply your quantitative background,
what work and life look like at Two Sigma, and what to expect during the
application and interview process. Kindly RSVP for a spot by applying here
<https://careers.twosigma.com/careers/UniversityJobDetail?jobId=3844>! We
hope to see you there.

Quant Researchers include:

·        *Robert Chen* is a modeler at Two Sigma. He attended Harvard from
2013-2017 (A.B. Statistics / S.M. Applied Mathematics), during which he
conducted research in deep learning and optimization. His current
day-to-day work includes predictive modeling, machine learning research,
and time series analysis. Please join him in discussing what it’s like to
work at Two Sigma, what types of problems he & his colleagues are tackling,
and what to expect during the application & interview process.

·        *Wenying Gan* graduated from UCLA in 2014 with a PhD in
mathematics. After his graduation, he has been working as a quantitative
researcher at Two Sigma. His current research and work includes deep
learning, time series analysis and predictive modeling on financial data.
Please join him this Thursday to learn how you can apply your academic
background in industry.



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