Past Events


May 5, 2021
Are you interested in learning more about Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality? PDS is hosting Virtualitics, a spinoff company from Caltech and NASA/JPL’s Center for Data-Driven Discovery. They just closed a $18M funding round for their data analytics software which aims to enable smarter data-driven decisions through AI-driven 3D visualizations. We’re excited to announce that they will be presenting a demo of their cutting-edge technology with use cases followed by a Q&A.



February 19, 2021
Are you interested in recruiting opportunities in the tech industry? Learning about real-world applications of Data Mining and Machine Learning? PDS is hosting Celonis, a world leader in helping businesses maximize performance and problem-solve. They’ll be conducting a hands-on, case-study workshop on an exciting area of data science called “Process Mining”, which involves automatically discovering how businesses make decisions and improving their workflows. Celonis will also be discussing recruiting opportunities and give you the chance to ask any questions about jobs in data science.



December 1, 2020
Join Princeton Data Science for an event sponsored by EliteGrad where Millennium, a global investment management firm, will talk about how they use ML and data science in their work. Prem Melville, Head of Machine Learning, and Paritosh Singh, Head of Business Development, will dive into how Millennium incorporates machine learning into aspects of their operations. Millennium will also be discussing recruiting opportunities and give you the chance to ask any questions about working in the financial sector.



April 17, 2020
During the workshop, you’ll learn how to build powerful machine learning models and make predictions with your data, with EazyML’s easy-to-use machine learning platform. The workshop will be interactive with the opportunity for you to get your feet wet with the support of the EazyML team.








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Please do note that Princeton Data Science is a student organization and not a university department. Consequently, we do not sponsor PhD or Masters students.