Tirocini: American Express cerca personale per il Da Vinci Center

“American Express: Travel & Lifestyle Operation Analyst Intern– Travel & Lifestyle Services”

What you choose to do for a living is one of the most meaningful decisions you can make. At American Express, our job is to help you excel at yours. We provide experiences to become a great leader, a world of opportunities to grow your career, and an inclusive culture to help you thrive. Because the best way to back our customers is to back our people.

                                                                                                                The powerful backing™ of American Express.

                                                                                                                                                   Don’t live life without it™.

American Express, global leader in payment services, is looking for a young university or master student in Economics, Management Engineering, Informatics, and/or Statistics for an internship in our Travel & Lifestyle Services Team.

For our headquarter in Rome, we are looking for an intern who will support our Travel & Lifestyle Services Team, that delivers travel and Lifestyle services to the Company’s Premium Customers.

Within the Innovation, Quality and Training Division of Travel & Lifestyle Services, the intern will provide support in the daily management of customer requests through the following activities:

  • Support in back-office activities in the Travel area, with daily analysis and reporting;
  • Support in quality control on sales and bookings;
  • Support for the organization of training events with the main partners;
  • Support the team in collaborating with the Marketing team in the realization of official communications.


  • Ability to follow the deadlines;
  • Good knowledge of the Office package, in particular an advanced knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint, Word and a basic knowledge of Access;
  • Advanced knowledge of English (written and spoken);

Finally, curiosity, ability to work in team, attention to details and results orientation are necessary.

More information:

Type of internship: curricular

Starting date: March 2019

Length: 3 months

Address: Da Vinci Center, Viale Alexandre Gustave Eiffel n° 15 – 00148 Roma

This internship provides the obtaining of academic credits (CFU), if needed.

If you are interested on this position and if you own the above requirements please send your CV to alice.bianchini@aexp.com, with the following subject field: “Travel & Lifestyle Operation Analyst Intern”.

1/03 – Conferenza Prof. John M. Cioffi (Stanford University) al Deloitte Auditorium

Il primo marzo alle ore 15 presso l’Audutorium Deloitte a Roma il prof. John M. Cioffi professore emerito alla Stanford University terrà una conferenza dal titolo AI in planning the ubiquitous 1 GBPS Access Network.

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Access networks evolution to ubiquitous 1 Gbps can profit from the use of data sciences, both analytics and optimization. A range of both fixed and wireless access-connectivity options exist and no single choice is most efficient. Thus, the continuous artificially intelligent use of network data can augment planning exercises to make economical choices for access network evolution. This talk will review some of these methods and suggest possible gains and strategies that might be pursued to accelerate efficiently progress towards the ubiquitous 1 Gbps goal.



John M. Cioffi taught Stanford’s graduate electrical engineering course sequence in digital communications for over 20 years from 1986 to 2008, when he retired to emeritus. Cioffi’s research interests were in the theory of transmitting the highest possible data rates on a number of different communications channels, many of which efforts were spun out of Stanford through he and/or his many former PhD students to companies, most notably including the basic designed used worldwide on more than 500 million DSL connections. Cioffi also over saw the prototype developments for the worlds first cable modem and digital-audio broadcast system. Cioffi pioneering the use of remote management algorithms to improve (over the internet or cloud) both wireline (DSL) and wireless (Wi-Fi) physical-layer transmission performance, an area often known as Dynamic Spectrum Management or Dynamic Line Management. Cioffi was co-inventer on basic patents for vectored DSL transmission and optimized MIMO wireless transmission. In his early career, Cioffi developed the worlds first full-duplex voiceband data modem while at Bell Laboratories, and the worlds first adaptively equalized disk read channel while at IBM. His courses and research projects over the years centered on these areas.

Per l’accredito, inviare una mail cmorleo@deloitte.it

Amazon cerca un responsabile di produzione nella sede di Passo Corese

Ingegneria Tor Vergata ha un legame particolare con Amazon. Per questo dà spazio a queste recentissime richieste.


Amazon is a company of builders. A philosophy of ownership carries through everything we do — from the proprietary technologies we create to the new businesses we launch and grow. You’ll find it in every team across our company.

Every day across the world we develop the ideas, the services and the products that make life easier for tens of millions of customers. From providing Earth’s biggest selection of products to developing ground-breaking software and devices that change entire industries, Amazon is a place of invention and progressive thinking.

Amazon is continually evolving and is a place where motivated employees thrive and employee ownership and accountability lead to meaningful results. It’s as simple as this: Work Hard. Have Fun. Make History.
With every order made and parcel delivered, customer demand at Amazon is growing. And to meet this demand, and keep our world-class service running smoothly, we’re growing our Operations team across Europe.
Delivering hundreds of thousands of products to hundreds of countries worldwide, our Operations teams possess a wide range of skills and experience. These range from business analysis and inventory management, to team leadership, engineering, transportation and retail. Our network of Fulfilment Centres is supported by Operations Managers, Support Managers, Senior Operations Managers and Team Managers. Between them they take responsibility for the receipt and stowing of inventory, picking, packing and shipping, to ensure that our customers receive what they want, when they want it.
Whatever your background or current area of expertise, if you’re motivated by results and driven enough to achieve them, Amazon is a great place to be. We’re all about flexibility: we expect you to adapt to changes quickly and we encourage you to try new things and take your career down different paths. Because it’s only by coming up with new ideas and challenging the status quo that we can continue to be the most customer-centric company on Earth.

About the Graduate role:
Amazon is looking for ambitious and enthusiastic graduates to join the fast paced world of Logistics in Italian Operations as a Graduate Area/Shift Manager. This will be a permanent role from day one with structured onboarding and plenty of training and support.

–          Area Manager – permanent contract job: https://www.amazon.jobs/fr/jobs/758031/graduate-responsabile-di-produzione-area-manager-leadership-program-italy

Whatever your background, if you love gathering massive amounts of data and finding out the exact trend that can be acted upon to reduce cost and/or improve efficiency, reporting, forecasting and building KPI dashboards that will support an entire business in their decision making process, improving accuracy and automating tools and processes to contribute in making your team extremely reliable and efficient; and if you are motivated by results and driven enough to achieve them, Amazon is a great place to be. Because it’s only by coming up with new ideas and challenging the status quo that we can continue to be the most customer-centric company on Earth, we’re all about flexibility: we expect you to adapt quickly to all the changes around you, and we encourage you to try new things.

Amazon is looking for ambitious and enthusiastic students to join our unique world as interns. An Amazon EU internship will provide you with an unforgettable experience in a fast-paced, dynamic and international environment; it will boost your resume and will provide a superb introduction to our activities.

–          Finance internship: https://www.amazon.jobs/fr/jobs/752224/internship-data-analysis-for-finance-m-f


6/12 – InfoDay Open Innovation Challenge e-GEOS. Primo premio 20mila€


Giovedì 6 dicembre ore 15,30 Aula C3 nell’Edificio Didattica della Macroarea di Ingegneria


Partecipate numerosi all’INFO DAY di presentazione dell’ Open Innovation Challenge “INTELLIGENZA ARTIFICIALE E BIG DATA PER IL MONITORAGGIO DELLE INFRASTRUTTURE”!


Per partecipare all’incontro registrati su https://www.eventbrite.it/e/biglietti-info-day-a-ingegneria-tor-vergata-intelligenza-artificiale-e-big-data-per-il-monitoraggio-delle-53055740147


Una sfida entusiasmante di LazioInnova , lanciata da E-Geos, società ASI e Telespazio, e a cui collabora FABSPACE, il fablab dei dati da satellite per l’Osservazione della Terra di Ingegneria Tor Vergata e LazioInnova, che vuole innescare un processo virtuoso di generazione di idee che possano pervenire a soluzioni innovative, anche prototipali, che facciano uso di dati di osservazione della Terra a supporto dei gestori/ proprietari/ fruitori di asset lineari (ferrovie, strade, reti tecnologiche) nelle attività di segnalazione e monitoraggio delle cosiddette “interferenze”.

La sfida è rivolta a:

  • Team informali composti da almeno tre membri
  • Dipartimenti di Istituti di Università e Centri di Ricerca
  • Startup Innovative registrate all’apposita sezione del Registro delle imprese
  • Altre Startup costituite da non oltre 36 mesi

I sei finalisti, scelti da un Advisory Board, accederanno al percorso di mentorship con esperti e potranno arrivare al  premio finale di 20.000 euro.  

Le proposte dovranno pervenire entro e non oltre il 6 gennaio 2019.




Per partecipare all’incontro registrarsi su:


Concorso fotografico “La finestra sul cortile. Roma nascosta”


La Fondazione Almagià indice il 4° concorso fotografico “La finestra sul cortile. Roma nascosta” con il contributo dell’ACER, di Sorgente Group, della Cassa Edile di Roma e Provincia, del CEFMECTP e dell’Ordine degli Architetti di Roma e Provincia.

Si chiede ai partecipanti di indagare, con sguardo attento e curioso, la Roma di tutti i giorni, la Roma dei cortili, gli anonimi gesti quotidiani nel rapporto tra vita e ambiente architettonico.

Iscrizione gratuita all’indirizzo e-mail concorsofotografico2018@acerweb.it entro il 7 dicembre 2018. Montepremi 3.750 euro.

Segreteria organizzativa e info: Alida Trapasso tel. 06-44075365 – E-mail: fondazionealmagia@acerweb.it

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