Fri. Dec. 23th, 2022, 4th period (15:10--16:40)
|場所(Location)||face-to-face, エーアイ大講義室, AI Inc. Seminar Hall （L1）|
|講演者(Presenter)||Megumi Fukuda (Education customer success engineering, MathWorks) / 福田 めぐみ（マスワークス合同会社 カスタマーサクセスエンジニアリング部（教育機関）, カスタマーサクセスエンジニア（教育機関担当））|
|題目(Title)||Transition from academia to industry: lessons and tips|
|概要(Abstract)||After earning a doctoral degree, there is also an option to pursue a career in the industrial sector rather than aiming to become a university faculty or a researcher in academia. However, because of differences in required skills and work culture, some ex-academics find it difficult to work effectively in the industry.
In this lecture, I would like to talk about my experience in research and study abroad in academia, my experience at a company (MathWorks), the differences in required skills in industry and academia, and transferable skills that students can learn during their MSc/PhD.
|講演者紹介(Introduction of Lecturer)||Megumi Fukuda is a customer success engineer at MathWorks. Before joining MathWorks, she was a postdoctoral researcher at RIKEN. She has over 10 years of experience in cognitive neuroscience.
She holds a BA degree in Psychology from the University of Tokyo (2009) and an MSc from Nara Institute of Science and Technology (2011), and a PhD at Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London (2016).