11 Atos employees qualified for the 6th edition of the „Implementation doctorate” program
This program is organized by the Ministry of Education and Science and aims to educate doctoral students in cooperation with their employers or other entities. The information meeting on this program in Atos attracted over 200 employees. Internal recruitment selected 24 people whose ideas were discussed on the basis of the possibility of implementation in the organization.
14 employees applied for the competition of the Ministry of Education and Science, of which 11 qualified for the program. These employees have the opportunity to conduct doctoral dissertations at universities such as: Lodz University of Technology, Poznan University of Technology, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Leon Kośmiński Academy in Warsaw, Warsaw School of Economics, Wrocław University of Technology, Bydgoszcz University of Technology.
– Atos Poland R&D was established not only with the development of IT products in mind, but most of all the development of our experts. With this idea, we successfully implemented a program of cooperation with Polish universities, as a result of which 11 of our employees received a positive note this year and will start doctoral implementation studies in October. As the leader responsible for research at Atos R&D, I am particularly happy that we managed to launch such an important unit that creates innovations and trends, and to connect the world of science with the world of business. I hope this is just the beginning of our search for new solutions and new product discoveries. – says Aleksandra Tyszkiewicz, DTC Practice Head at Atos.
It should be added that one of our employees – Sinem Serap – obtained the highest score in the program in Poland! Congratulations!
Moreover, Atos was assessed with the maximum number of points in the field of „the entity’s experience in cooperation with entities of higher education and science and the R&D sector”.
We are glad that so many employees have decided to combine their professional work with an alternative way of obtaining a doctoral degree.