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We are always looking to expand our Quantitative Analyst, Software Development & IT Infrastructure teams. We often have other positions open that can be seen on our vacancies page.
Here we give very talented people the freedom to explore the best ideas and turn them into reality within a team of like-minded others. You'll work with inspirational people, applying science to real world problems in a relaxed yet dynamic environment. And get paid for doing it!
Our working environment is positive and informal, with no dress code, and people are judged on the quality of their work. There is also a lively social side to the company, with regular sponsored events, football games and weekends away.
G-Research offers University of Cambridge and University of Oxford PhD students researching in the area of mathematical finance and quantitative methods the chance to win scholarships of £10,000 in the Michaelmas term. The scholarships are open to PhD students who recently completed or expect to complete in 2016, and who have a research interest in mathematical finance.
Students who wish to apply should submit an electronic copy of their draft dissertation, an excerpt thereof, or a comparable substantial piece of work such as a publication, a working paper etc.
The closing date is 1st December with awards being announced 19th January. For full details of the application procedure please email email@example.com
We sponsor prizes for academic excellence at Imperial College, London which are awarded through the department to students of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science. These students are first, second and final year high achievers, who produce outstanding project work and show marked improvement throughout the year. At Cambridge University we offer prizes for the best first year Computer Science student & best part 1B project, as well as donating a number of prizes to the 3rd year Engineering Department.
Efron created a set of dice for which "red beats green beats blue beats white beats red", each with 66.7% probability.
Can you do better?
Can you improve on the 66.7%? What if the dice are replaced by arbitrary random variables? What is the best "mutual beating probability" if you have only three dice? Or more than four?
We are based just off Tottenham Court Road in the vibrant West End. This means that a short walk will take you to Oxford Street, Theatreland, Leicester Square, the British Museum, Regents Park or even St Pancras International ahead of a weekend in Paris! After work there are pubs galore, and those wanting more than a quick drink can head to Soho which is on our doorstep. What's more there are three tube lines within five minutes of the office – you really couldn't ask for a better location.
In addition to this, we offer a range of benefits & perks that are outlined below.
Je travaille chez G-Research à plein temps (Moins d'un an)
Great help, great salary, smart people, on going environment
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J'ai postulé via un recruteur. Le processus a pris +4 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à G-Research.
I applied to G-Research via a recruitment agency. The first step was to take a written, 90-minute test. I don't live near London, so they booked a room in my city where the test was administered. Some of the questions were actually vey tough. The test covered topics in stats, probability, programming and some finance.
Questions d'entretien d'embauche
Faites-nous savoir s'il nous manque toute reconnaissance du milieu de travail ou de l'industrie –