Industry Seminar

April 13, Jerry Baker Program Manager + Jamie Gorski CMO

click here to view Baker’s slides

click here for Gorski’s slides


























February 15, Joe Plattenburg PhD, (Lead Data Scientist, Root Insurance)  

MW 724 (Math Tower), 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Join us to hear about different career paths open to mathematics and STEM majors.  We want to empower you in your career search by providing discussions with people from various industries.  Join our seminar and up your career preparation.

























Previous Events (AU 17):

November 29, Jerry Han (The Walt Disney Co.)

MW 724 (Math Tower), 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

If you are interested in participating, please RSVP with so that we can order enough food for everyone.

October 18, Two Sigma (Associates)
MW 724 (Math Tower), 12:45 pm-2 pm

Inside the Black Box: what is a quantitative hedge fund ?”

The presentation is about fin-tech and quantitative trading. The presenter will give an overview of how a leading quantitative hedge fund works, what open problems and challenges quant funds are facing, and which kind of talents they are looking for. Bring your questions.

October 26,  Job Panel – Alumni & Graduate

MW 724 (Math Tower), 12:30 pm -1:40 pm

Topic: What can I do with a degree in mathematics, computer science, or engineering?  Join us for lunch plus an opportunity to hear from a panel of OSU alumni about their diverse paths to successful careers.  This is also an opportunity to ask about internship opportunities as well as to ask advice about what employees are looking for.  Bring your questions.


October 27, Joshua Brady (Manager, Cincinnati Insurance Company)
Dean Lampman (CEO and founder of Catalyft, LLC.)

MW 724 (Math Tower), 4:45 pm – 6:30 pm

Anyone interested in actual science and consulting area are welcomed to our event. Bring your questions to the speakers.



November 11, Jeremy Bellay (Data Scientist, Battelle)
Choey Li (Analyst, Goldman Sachs)

MW 724 (Math Tower), 9:40 am – 11:20 am

How to translate your Math major to Data Analysis? How to leverage your Math major to break into the Street? Bring your questions.