If you’re considering what’s next in your research career, think big and join a company intent on changing the world for the better. Our research scientists and technologists work on meaningful innovations that improve the lives of people all over the world and as part of this team, you’ll play your part too.
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Janneke Annegarn, Research Scientist
Janneke Annegarn talks about her role as a Research Scientist for Lifeline. Lifeline with AutoAlert is the first pendant-style help button that can automatically place a call for help…
Dawn Jorgensen, Senior Manager Research
Dawn Jorgenson talks about her role as a Sr. Manager Research for AED. Philips Automated External Defibrillators (AED) are safe, easy to use for for people with a non medical background…
I’ve done something meaningful
Oliver never expected to find a dynamic career at Philips. He is now a marketing manager who’s constantly learning on the job.
Culture at Philips is very open
Sarah loves learning and with Philips, has found her passion. Learning and discovering is what motivates her. “At Philips, you have that opportunity to learn and the freedom to do that to move forward.”
Working at Philips APAC Centre
The Philips APAC Centre in Singapore is home to the Garment Care R&D team.
We have over a century of applied research behind us and a world-leading portfolio of over 130,000 patents; the result of our diverse, multi-disciplinary work. You'll get the opportunity to pair with other research centers, businesses, clients, start-ups, academic peers and other partners in an open, collaborative environment to successfully translate innovative ideas into commercially relevant solutions.
Lead the field in your research career at Philips
Opportunities are varied and many, from trend-spotting, idea creation and proving concepts to first-of-a-kind product development. Our global network of research laboratories is a vibrant multicultural community of highly-educated scientists and technologists from more than 50 different countries; the perfect environment for continuous learning and knowledge sharing. Not only will you discover the surprising and amazing, you’ll find that your career is too.
A place to grow your career
"Philips is in a unique position to create new value out of deep learning. It's a very different feeling when you know your algorithm is out there, contributing to the health and well-being of patients."
Research Scientist (Data Science) at Philips Research
"My work in the area of predictive data has enabled health systems to better monitor and care for elderly patients."
Senior data scientist Care Management Solutions
slide 2 of 2 "My work in the area of predictive data has enabled health systems to better monitor and care for elderly patients." Steffen Pauws, Senior data scientist Care Management Solutions
How an athlete’s passion helps him live with COPD Do you know the fourth leading cause of death worldwide? Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease affects millions of people, yet still remains relatively unknown despite how many lives it changes.
One of those lives was that of Russell Winwood – a 49-year-old Australian who was diagnosed with COPD in 2011 and has since become an inspiration for other patients thanks to his determination and passion for sports, despite his condition. Together with Russell we’re taking a closer look at his story, the impact of COPD and how raising awareness can help millions of undiagnosed cases.
How would our children solve today’s healthcare challenges?
If we want to challenge the healthcare status quo and build a healthier and more sustainable world – maybe we need to harness our inner child inquisitiveness.
As adults, we sometimes tend to be confined by perceived limitations, assumptions and conditioned thinking. We can lose the open-minded inquisitiveness that make young children so good at forming friendships and collaborating. It’s with this kind of thinking in mind that we’re asking children to question why things are the way they are in today’s healthcare world, and for their big ideas on how to solve some of its challenges.