Date: Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019
Time: 6PM – 11PM
Location: The Players Club
16 Gramercy Park South
New York, New York, United States 10003
This year’s panelists (Confirmed attendance)
- Jason J. Gislason, Phillips 66
- Robert J. Kumpf, Deloitte
- Shane Grosser, Merck
- Greg Smith, Croda
- Amir Baghaipour, Google
About the Event:
A discussion on how disruptive technology, big data, and artificial intelligence are revolutionizing industries in science and health.
The Chemists’ Club, in conjunction with UNESCO and the New York University Chemistry Department, will be hosting a one-night-only event including a panel discussion, student poster session, and reception. The night will begin with an expert panel discussion on Digital Innovation, with a focus on how companies are implementing and contributing to advances in technology, artificial intelligence, and data analytics. Our expert panelists (list coming soon) will provide insights on how the digital revolution will impact the scientific and health industries.
The panel will be followed by an interactive reception and poster session to showcase student scholars. Professionals will have the opportunity to get to know an outstanding group of advanced students based on their personal and professional interests. We hope that this unique event will facilitate valuable connections; we encourage the exchange of business cards, follow-ups, and interviews. In true Chemists’ Club fashion, there will be ample time to mix and mingle!
The event is designed for anyone interested in learning more about the intersection of science and global digitization, professionals looking for new hires, and students looking for jobs. There will be students from local NY schools (NYU Washington Square Campus, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, Columbia, Cooper Union, Manhattan College, and CCNY). Professional registration is on a first come, first serve basis and the event is free for all. After successful events in 2017 and 2018, we are looking forward to seeing you at the Player’s Club in April!
Last Year’s Panelists