Be able to apply logical and mathematical thinking to all kinds of problems. Asking great questions is more important than knowing all the answers.
Write great code. We mostly write in OCaml, so you should want to learn functional programming if you don’t already have experience with it.
Have good taste in research. The problems we work on rarely have clean, definitive answers. You should be comfortable pushing in new and unknown directions while maintaining clarity of purpose.
Think and communicate precisely and openly. We believe great solutions come from the interaction between diverse groups of people across the firm.
Our internship program is a great way to get to know us and it also lets us get to know how you think, work alongside us and solve problems. Interns are tasked with working on projects to help us refine our computational methods and improve our ability to analyze market data. These are true research projects in the sense that we ask our interns to investigate difficult questions to which we do not know the answers.
Here are some questions past interns have considered: