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Have you ever wondered how AI is used in a fast-growing startup in practice?
We are excited to host Konstantin Biel, Program Manager Expansion, and Friederike Kulik, Analyst, from Picnic in an in-person event on Friday, 7th October at 6.30pm (CEST).
At Picnic, intelligent, automated systems are developed to solve the company’s biggest challenges at scale. The speakers will provide insights into how these production systems are built. Approaches and lessons learned from this journey will be shared and how they build the foundation of Picnic’s accelerating expansion in Europe.
After that, in-person attendees can chat with our speakers and network around a free aperitif (limited spots available).
Moreover, attendees will have the opportunity of exclusive early application for 2022/2023 engineering, data, and analytics positions at Picnic. Verena Schilmann from the Recruitment team will briefly outline the opportunities and answer any questions you may have. Make sure to register for the event to not miss it!
We cannot wait to see you there and learn from our speakers!
Speaker session 1 (Friederike Kulik): AI in practice - how the modern milkman is always on time.
Speaker session 2 (Konstantin Biel): From Amersfoort to Berlin: Picnic's road to scale
Friederike Kulik is an Analyst at Picnic. She is currently writing an employee scheduling algorithm and standardising it to all countries in which Picnic operates. Prior to Picnic, she finished her masters thesis at the Chair of Logistics Management at ETH Zürich in the field of vehicle routing problems with time windows. Friederike has a master’s degree in business administration and mechanical engineering from the RWTH Aachen University.
Konstantin Biel is the Program Manager for Picnic’s expansion in Germany. Previously, he worked as an Analyst in Fulfilment focusing on people and capacity planning as well as quality of service. Prior to Picnic, Konstantin did a PhD in energy-efficient production planning at Technical University of Darmstadt and Purdue University. He has a master’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.