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We just got back from Open Doors Day at High Tech Campus Eindhoven – part of Dutch Technology Week – which for us included our first tour of a Philips building on High Tech Campus, the giant research park in Eindhoven.
DISPATCHES GOT AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE LATEST PHILIPS TECH FOR TARGETED TREATMENT OF PANCREATIC CANCER.
The Amsterdam-based electronics company long ago shifted from consumer products toward healthcare equipment and lighting. Recently, Philips Lighting re-branded itself as Signify. Philips Healthcare is the sole remaining flag.
At open doors day, we saw the latest diagnostic and clinical equipment, including advances in molecular pathology and new devices such as GPS-supported target therapy that allows physicians to guide microscopic ultrasound sensors.
What we found most interesting is the Philips technology meant to allow patients to see crucial treatment data including dashboards and data visualization tools. Philips equipment retrieves historical data from the providers’ clinical database to provide analysis of similar patients to assist oncologists with treatment decisions.
The idea is analytical comparisons and more personalized care are better … the opposite of the clinical approach in the United States, which is designed to cut the patient out of the information loop.
This is a company that not only is hiring like crazy, it’s a company that spins out a lot of companies including semiconductor giant ASML and 3-D printing innovator Shapeways. So you might come to Eindhoven for a job and end up in a startup that conquers the world.
Here are some of the most interesting jobs just posted … and there are LOT of new jobs on the careers website – we counted more than 2,000 openings – 117 jobs just in engineering – from China to Europe to South Africa to South America.
• Scientist Artificial Intelligence, Eindhoven, (posted 16 July)
We are looking for a candidate to join the Data Science department of Philips Research to work on Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, including machine learning and combining data-driven and knowledge-based approaches, which will be used/integrated into Philips products and services. The candidate should have knowledge and experience in the broad area of artificial intelligence, including machine clearing and symbolic reasoning, with the focus on explainable and verifiable AI (e.g. explaining AI models.)
• Designer Mechatronics, Eindhoven (posted 3 July)
Use your engineering expertise to model, design and implement some of the world’s most innovative medical products. Your contribution can range from early customer contacts, project definition and concept creation to Mechatronics Design of new products or modifications to existing products.
• Clinical Cloud Architect – AI, Eindhoven, (Posted on 29 June)
The Health Suite Insights PlatformPhilips HealthSuite Insights platform delivers a set of tools and technologies to address the advancing adoption of analytics and artificial intelligence in healthcare.
That’s just a tiny sampling. See all Philips openings here.
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