The evening will give you the opportunity to hear from key employees about the role physicists play at Seagate and also get an insight into the current career opportunities available and the skills required to join a world leading technology company.
Founded in 1979, Seagate Technology is the leading provider of hard drives and storage solutions and employs more than 50,000 people around the world.
From the videos, music and documents that we share with friends and family on social networks, to servers that form the backbone of enterprise data centres and cloud-based computing, to desktop and notebook computers that fuel our personal productivity, Seagate products help more people to store, share and protect their valuable digital content.
Seagate provides the industry's broadest portfolio of hard disc drives, solid state drives and solid state hybrid drives.
In addition, Seagate offers an extensive line of retail storage products for consumers and small businesses, along with data recovery services for any brand of hard drive and digital media type.
Seagate offers a unique opportunity for physicists to work in a high tech manufacturing environment where some of the most advanced science and technology is taking place.
Developing and characterising materials and device physics for the application of reading and writing magnetic information, as well as understanding of the interactions of complex components within the reading heads are some of the challenges.
This requires a knowledge and understanding of fundamental physics and material science.
You can find more information about Seagate at http://www.seagate.com/gb/en/