MATSE Graduates Develop the Software of Tomorrow

19/09/2018
Andreas Schmitter

RWTH bids farewell to its graduates in Mathematical-Technical Software Development

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Mathematical-technical software developers – MATSE for short – are highly sought after in the IT world, in particular in view of recent trends and developments such as digitalization, Industry 4.0, and Big Data.

The three-year dual vocational education program offered by RWTH Aachen University in collaboration with regional IT companies offers both theoretical and practical components: aside from their hands-on activities in industry, the participants complete a Bachelor’s degree program in “Scientific Programming” or “Applied Mathematics and Computer Science,” the latter offered by FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences. This education qualifies graduates to work in areas such as web development, parallel programming, simulation of technical processes, database development, data visualization, and statistical evaluation.

100 graduates now received their certificates of completion: Nuno Filipe Alves, Jan-Philipp Barrera, Maik Beck, Dimitrios Begnis, Felix Bengsch, Alex Besteher, Marcel Böhnen, Robin Braun, Max Bremer, Marius Bronner, Patrick Brosinski, Florentin Bürvenich, Büsra Cakmak, Nadja Carstensen, Niklas Dahl, Yuliia Danylkina, Rabea de Groot, Stephan Delhey, Maurice Deserno, Julia Dürselen, Tobias Eisenhuth, Florian Freikowski, Matthias Fricke, Miriam Friedrich, Kai Gärtner, Marcel Gasper, Martin Geßenich, Nadja Godzinski, Luca Griesenbruch, Christoph Güdelhöfer, Birgit Haake, Arnim Hanke, Julius Haring, Martin Leonard Haufs, Dana Hein, Leon Hoffacker, Daniel Hottmeyer, Waldemar Jekel, Erik Juretzek, Inna Khlistunova, Marvin Kirch, Gilbert Klein Nzondjou, Marie Klewitz, Jonas Kloos, Dennis Knops, Björn Kops, Jan Kretschmann, Josa Krischke, Jennifer Krzemien, Christoph Martin Kuchenbuch, Nicholas Küppers, Anna-Rosa Kürschner, Alexander Kurtz, Dustin Langeheinecke, David Liebl, Yannick Linke, Bernhard Ludemann, Fabian Lüttgens, Philipp Malskorn, Sebastian Maurer, Marvin Menzerath, Volker Mertens, Daniel Mierswa, David Neuroth, Thilo Nietzschmann, Gina Nottenkämper, René Odenell, Sebastian Pettirsch, Alexander Pöpel, Niklas Jason Radtke, Jan Reiner, Katja Rübel, Martin Schauermann, Niklas Alexander Schmitz, Simon Schneider, Nicole Schönwald, Richard Schulte Holthausen, Jonas Schüppen, Annika Selbach, Tobias Springer, Daniel Stanetzky, Philipp Stein, Tim Steinbeck, Ann-Kathrin Strutzenberger, Lars Oliver Töbermann, Steffen Treinen, Tobias Trienekens, Cem Türkyilmaz, Tim van der Meulen, Yushin Washio, Henrik-Florian Weingartz, Michael Wichary, Christoph Wickel, Jessica Wiezorek, Lars Windeln, Matthias Wright, Oliver Wycisk, Andrei Zimansky, and Felix Zwingmann.

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The mathematical-technical software developers received their certificates during a ceremony held at the RWTH Aachen University Guest House.