Are you already working in a data-related job and do you want to become a professional data scientist? Do you want to improve your technical and professional skills?
Are you passionate about data science and artificial intelligence, and about problem solving? Do you have the business acumen to spot data science opportunities and transform them into actionable results?
Then have a look at the PDEng Data Science program!
The two-year interdisciplinary PDEng program Data Science combines statistics, computer science, mathematics, and design theory with the business acumen to explore data sets, gather actionable insights, visualize results, and communicate meaningful findings taking into consideration underlying legal and ethical contemplations. Graduates make sense of data and have the ability to articulate their discoveries and recommendations to those not schooled in the world of data in the frame of industrial and business design and decision processes. Successful completion of our educational program leads to Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng) degree. PDEng Data Science program is part of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of the Eindhoven University of Technology and is located at Jheronimus Academy of Data Science (JADS). JADS is a joint initiative of Eindhoven University of Technology and Tilburg University, located in ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
The learning environment of the first year offers a wide range of training opportunities. Trainees are expected to actively steer their development through lectures and workshops offered by our PDEng program, electives offered by the Graduate School of TU/e, and through external sources. The mandatory curriculum of the first year is a blend of technical lecture blocks, workshops on professional skills, and training projects in real-life setting. In the elective part (about 30% of the first year) trainees are expected to refine and personalize their development through online courses, electives offered by TU/e, and data challenges. The backbone of first year learning environment are the training projects, which are used by trainees to integrate knowledge and skills elements by solving real-life challenges.
The focus of the second year is the graduation project (up to 12 months), which is conducted for a company or government organization. The project is related to a real-life problem and is constrained by time planning, project planning, and project deliverables. The trainee is coached by experienced design engineers and academic staff during the graduation project. The graduation project closes with the public presentation and defense in a close session with the examination committee. After a successful defense the graduate is entitled to the degree of “Professional Doctorate in Engineering”.
We do cool things that matter, with data. The Jheronimus Academy of Data Science (JADS) is a unique collaboration between Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) and Tilburg University (TiU). At JADS, we believe that data science can provide answers to society's complex issues. We offer innovative educational programs, data science research, and support for business and society. With a team of teachers, students, scientists and entrepreneurs - from a wide range of sectors and disciplines - we work to create impact with data science. We do this by connecting people, sectors and industries: in the past 5 years we have worked with 300+ organizations on data-related projects. Our main drivers? Doing cool things that matter with data. Our location in the former monastery Mariënburg in Den Bosch houses a vibrant campus entirely dedicated to data science.
Do you recognize yourself in this profile and would you like to know more? Please contact Denie Maas or Femke Korst (Management Assistants), DPdatascience[at]tue.nl.
For information about terms of employment, please contact Liesbeth van den Akker , HR-officer, hr[at]jads.nl
Please visit www.tue.nl/jobs to find out more about working at TU/e!
Getting into the PDEng Data Science program is a three-step process.
We invite you to submit a complete application by using the 'apply now'-button on this page before 1 March 2022. The application should include:
Please keep in mind you can upload only 5 documents up to 2 MB each. If necessary, please combine files.
Based on the documents submitted, the program selection committee invites the candidate to take part in an assessment in the form of a Data Challenge Week. These Data Challenge Weeks are organized twice a year, around September/October and March/April. More information about the next Data Challenge Week can be found on our web page.
The final step of the admission procedure is the job-interview. These take place on the last Thursday and Friday of the Data Challenge Week.