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Best Imperial College Business School podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Imperial College Business School podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The Curious Quant series, hosted by Michael Kollo, is a discussion between technically-minded professionals in the financial services, technology and data science fields. It examines the application of new data and new methodologies to common problems in financial markets.Michael Kollo has a PhD in Finance is from the London School of Economics where he lectured in quantitative finance in addition to Imperial College and at the University of New South Wales. He has created models and led qua ...
 
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Multus Media was founded by Imperial College London undergraduates, Cai Linton (MEng Molecular Bioengineering) and Réka Trón (BSc Biological Sciences). Their aim is to develop a sustainable culture media to enable the growth of tailored meat in the lab from a few animal cells. In this episode, Pippa and Nico talk to Cai and Reka about their technol…
 
I chat with Alex on his experiences across a range of environments, the role of machine learning in Australia's future and how to best deploy data science in academia and industry.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualified…
 
I chat with Paul on derivative pricing, the application of mathematics within financial services and the implications for society due to AI.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualified and professional advice.…
 
Daniel Calleja Crespo is the Director-General for Environment at the European Commission. In this episode, recorded in Brussels, Nico discusses the European Green Deal with Mr Crespo. In particular, they chat about the future of EU policy, with a special focus on the EU Circular Economy Action Plan and the system changes that a more circular econom…
 
I chat with Vinesh, ceo at ExtractAlpha, on the research behind alternative data, stock selection techniques and the expertise required to differentiate signal from noise.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualified and prof…
 
Steve Waygood is the Chief Responsible Investment Officer at Aviva Investors, where he leads the team responsible for integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues across all asset classes. In this episode, Nico and Felix talk to Steve about the challenges of climate change in the insurance sector and what Aviva is doing to manage r…
 
I chat with Campbell, Professor of Finance at Duke University, on the future of quantitative finance, academic journals, model fitting and the intellectual fallacies within inference.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualif…
 
I chat with Sean, senior quantitative analyst at Mine Super, on the scientific process, uncertainty and the changing relationship between academia and the private sector in Australia.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualif…
 
In episode 10 of IB Careers - start your future today, Edina talks to Megan again, this time about the final round interviews and offers. Megan shares her top tips on what students should expect from final rounds and how to prepare for them. In the second half of the episode Megan and Edina discuss elements of offer letters that students should wat…
 
In episode 9 of IB Careers - start your future today, we talk to Megan Camacho from IB careers about assessment centres and how Imperial College Business School students can best prepare for them. Megan shares the "assessment centre etiquette" and other top tips that will help students succeed in this round of the recruitment cycle. For more inform…
 
I chat with Gideon, CIO & global head of portfolio management at Rosenberg Equities, on data playgrounds, hubris and the exciting future for quantitative investing.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualified and professiona…
 
We get to the crux of why diversity and inclusion, also known as D&I, is important – both from a Business School context and in the workplace. We are in conversation with Joёl McConnell, Executive Director of Marketing, Recruitment and Admissions, and Leila Guerra, Associate Dean of Programmes, who are both experts and proponents of diversity at bu…
 
We are in conversation Sarah Ranchev-Hale, Director of Careers, Employer Relations, and Andreia Ferreira, Career Consultant, at Imperial College Business School to discuss how an MBA will help you to progress your career. Special guest, Andre Kashiwara, a Senior Manager of Operations at Amazon UK and alumnus of the Imperial Full-Time MBA, shares hi…
 
I chat with Anthony, Director at Verge Labs, on the open-source revolution, how we should frame the conversation around ethics and potentially optimistic viewpoint as artificial intelligence evolves.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without firs…
 
Apologies for the sound here, this interview was recorded using Skype and occasionally the quality drops.I chat with Michael, Chief Data Scientist at Neuberger Berman, on using alternative data sets to improve insights into portfolios, deep diving into specific companies and industries and how these sets allow us to look at the world in a richer an…
 
In episode eight of IB Careers- start your future today Edina chats to Melody Goh again, this time about the importance of networking. They talk about the different ways the Careers team helps students prepare for networking events, how students can practice and what the different networking events that student can expose themselves to are. Melody …
 
In the seventh episode of IB Careers - start your future today Edina talks to Melody Goh about the wide variety of interviews that students may encounter throughout their application processes. Melody explains the different types of interviews students can expect and gives top tips on how to best prepare for them. For more information on Careers at…
 
In the sixth episode of IB Careers - start your future today Edina sits down with Rachel Tonner again. This time they talk about the ins and outs of the recruitment cycle, with a focus on first-stage of recruitment (online tests, phone interviews, video interviews, etc). In the episode Rachel shares some of her top tips and best practices to help s…
 
I chat with John, the founder of Quantopian, on how he got started in quantitative finance, where he sees the industry evolving and how he created a global community of intrinsically motivated coders to create unique solutions to the greatest intellectual game on earth. Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendati…
 
I chat with Nick, Director of Asia Pacific Marketing at Northfield Information Services, about the bubbles we live in socially, philosophically and professionally. Risk modelling has evolved to mirror active management and yet entails residual dogma and structural flaws in delivery and execution. In this fascinating conversation we unpack where AI …
 
The fifth episode of IB Careers – start your future today features two guest: Mark Morris and Melody Goh. In this episode Edina talks to Mark and Melody about the wide range of information resources available to Imperial College Business School students such as PrepLounge, Wall Street Prep, Hoovers, magazine subscriptions, etc. This episode is a gr…
 
I chat with Jim, the former CIO of Barclays Global Investors on the history of quantitative investment, the myths of factor investing, and how machine learning can help solve difficult problems in financial markets. We touch on the future of AI and its use in the broader society – where are the opportunities and where are the potential threats?Noth…
 
I chat with Scott, the CEO of Singapore-based Noviscient, about shape of the hedge fund industry and how to create better systematic allocation to funds using machine learning techniques. Reflecting on his career in Deutsche Bank in Asia and running his own statistical arbitrage fund, we discuss the pragmatic applications of quantitative methods an…
 
I chat with Linda, the lead scientist from GAM Systematic CANTAB, and recently named as one of the top 50 women in the hedge fund industry. We have a fascinating conversation about the difference between quant and systematic approaches, and the vast uncertainty of financial markets. We talk about the usefulness of machine learning models and the cr…
 
The fourth episode of IB Careers – start your future today features our first alumna guest, Presiyana Karastoyanova. Edina talks to Presi about student life at Imperial, career clubs and other student leadership positions as well as the application process from a student’s point of view. You won’t want to miss this one! For more information on Care…
 
The third episode of IB Careers – start your future today is about career fairs. Edina and Rachel talk about what career fairs are and how Imperial College Business School students can best prepare for them. For more information on Careers at Imperial College Business School, please visit our website: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/business-school/prog…
 
The second episode of IB Careers – start your future today is all about the graduate milkround. In this episode Edina chats with Rachel Tonner about the steps and timeline of the graduate milkround and the different types of support available to Imperial College Business School students as they go through the milkround process. For more information…
 
In the first episode of IB Careers - start your future today, Edina chats with Lisa Umenyiora, the Executive Director of Careers at Imperial College Business School about the IB Careers team. This introductory episode helps students understand the different functions of the Careers team and the myriad of services available to them as they start the…
 
IB Careers - start your future today is a podcast hosted by Imperial College Business School alumna, Edina Molnar. The podcast that delves into the details of the different services the Careers team offers to Imperial College Business School students and the multitude of recruitment events open to them. As students progress through their master's d…
 
Henning Piezunka is an Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at INSEAD. He is an award-winning researcher and teacher. He obtained a Diplom Kaufmann from the University of Mannheim (Germany), a Master of Science from the London School of Economics (UK), and a PhD from Stanford University (US). Henning is an accomplished researcher in the areas of…
 
Matoha is a small and low-cost plastics identification instrument which has been developed by an extraordinary team of Imperial College scientists, Martin Holicky, Hans Chan, James Kung & David Dai. Learn more about Matoha here https://www.matoha.com Episode was hosted by Amin Siala & recorded on 23/07/2018 at Imperial College London.…
 
Mitt founders Nate and Ben are two Imperial College London mechanical engineers with a passion for radically improving prosthetic products. Mitt aims to create an alternative for the expensive and uncomfortable prosthetic limbs available today and instead provide comfortable, flexible and customizable prosthetic arms. https://www.wearmitt.com/https…
 
Prior to co-founding Cidron Ventures, Magnus was an Investment Manager at the transatlantic venture fund Nauta Capital. Magnus previously worked as an investment banker at Portico Capital’s London office, focusing on M&A and private capital raising advisory within the technology, data and business services sectors. He started his career at Leerink …
 
Dr. Ileana Stigliani is Assistant Professor of Design and Innovation at the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Department at Imperial College Business School. She received her Ph.D. in Management from Bocconi University, Milan. In the podcast we're also joined by Michael Healy & Katharine Pelican who are Full Time MBA students at Imperial College Busi…
 
Professor Francisco Veloso is the Dean at Imperial College Business School. Francisco has a PhD in Technology, Management and Policy from MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as well as an MSc in Technology Management and an Undergraduate Degree in Physics Engineering, both from the University of Lisbon. Francisco´s research focuses on high…
 
Yoyo is the fastest growing mobile wallet in Europe. At the time of the recording Yoyo wallet has more than 2.5 million transactions every month and is currently in 500+ educational outlets, 300+ corproate outlets and 800+ high street outlets. Yoyo was first trialled at Imperial College and Michel Rolph who is the co-founder of Yoyo talks all about…
 
Patrick Lynch is the founder & CEO of Texuna which is a Mayfair based data warehousing company that started in the year 2000. Patrick is also an investor in UK technology startup companies including Indeemo, Alison (MOOC), Edukit, Tweekaboo and many others. His speciality and experience centers around data, privacy, security, identity, education & …
 
Voice technology is an exciting area that will be relevant to all of us much earlier than AR or VR would. For this exciting episode we have Assistant Professor Rajesh Bhargave and MBA student & Voice Consultant Sina Kahen sharing their perspectives on the impact voice will have in the near and long term future. Rajesh Bhargave is an Assistant Profe…
 
Eduardo Aguilar Pelaez is the Head of Technology at the Helix Centre where he guides the engineering roadmap, and works with designers and clinicians to bring innovations to life. Prior to Helix, he was a Product Manager at onefinestay, covering mobile, enterprise software and IoT systems, including the Sherlock smart lock product (now klevio.com).…
 
Forward Partners is an early stage VC based in London, investing in Applied AI, e-commerce and marketplace startups. Forward Partners recently raised a second £60million fund. Chris Corbishley is currently an investor with Forward Partners, previously founded data science platform growthsquared.io, enabling e-commerce businesses to apply advanced a…
 
This episode was recorded on the week of "International Women's Day" and specifically the Women @ Imperial week. The guests are Sarvenaz (Sarvi) Ahmadi (GMBA), Natasha Lakhani (MBA) & Linda Liu (MSc) all current students of Imperial College Business School. On this episode we candidly discuss topics related to women in the world of business and eac…
 
Bassel El Koussa is the Co-Founder of Quiqup, a "Last mile delivery services for businesses of all sizes". Quiqup has raised a total of £24m so far, have 160 employees in London and Dubai as well as thousands of drivers. If you're in London you would have most likely seen Quiqup delivery bikes and motorcycles whizzing around the capital. Bassel is …
 
In this - first ever - round table discussion we have 3 student entrepreneurship society presidents from Cambridge University, London Business School and Imperial College Business School. Peter Choy is the president of Cambridge Entrepreneurs (CUE). Alexandria Ponomarenko is the President of the London Business School Entrepreneurship Club. Simon S…
 
In this episode I talk to 3 student members of a team of 7 who founded a student managed fund worth a £100K. Davide Scuito, Jan Rinck and Edoardo Pediconi are student at Imperial College Business School. Listen to the extradordinary journey they took to secure the fund as well as their plans to maintain it, manage it and pass it on to future years.…
 
Capitalism without Capital is a new book published by Princeton University Press and authored by Professor Jonathan Haskel of Imperial College London and Stian Westlake of Nesta. In this episode I talk to Professor Jonathan Haskel about the intangible economy ahead, its properties as well as the consequences that await us. We also discuss the recen…
 
Serge Didenko is the founder of Blocks which is the world's first modular smartwatch. Blocks raised $1.6m on Kickstarter on October 2015 and has since then raised ~$5m worth of funding. Blocks offers owners the ability to add and remove modules to the smartwatch with ease. Serge holds a PhD in Computer Science from Imperial College London as well a…
 
Gauthier Van Malderen is the founder of Perlego which is subscription service for textbooks primarily for students and professionals. Currently boasting more than 70,000 e-books and 90,000 publications, they are growing month by month. Raising just under £1m so far, they are looking to tackle the publishing vertical and become the ‘Spotify of textb…
 
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