MATSE Trainees Given a Ceremonial Send-Off
They'll be in high demand on the IT market.
90 mathematical-technical software developers, MATSE for short in German, have successfully completed their training. The training companies were RWTH institutions and companies in the region of Aachen. At the same time as the three-year training, the MATSE trainees completed the Bachelor's degree program in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science at Aachen University of Applied Sciences. MATSE are in demand on the IT market due to digitalization, Industry 4.0 and Big Data. Their training includes both theoretical and practical components focusing on mathematics, computer science and programming. They can apply their knowledge, for example, in web and database development, simulation of technical processes, data visualization or statistical evaluations.
The following persons have passed the final exam: Javahir Abbasova, Vassily Aliseyko, Edgar Araslanov, Richard Au, Daniel Bales, Christoph Balint, Tim Karl Werner Bartel, Jan Niklas Becher, Alina Behrens, Torben Below, Marco Berg, Sven Bergmann, Gréta Berki, Alexander Brands, Kim Marissa Brummel, Alexander Coenen, Martin Crampen, Markus Czarnetzky, Leon Dai, David Leander Dias Duarte, Pierre Maurice Diekmann, Hendrik Donath, Paul Dowideit, Arne Dreiling, Andre Eichstädt, Yannick Felix Freischlad, Kevin Gostomski, Andreas Gräwingholt, Bastian Grein, Mark Marcel Hellmonds, Jan Hilger, Niklas Hoffmann, Romeo Jabbour, Egor Jackels, Denis Kapustjan, Ibrahim Kasem, Leonie Keil, Lukas Kesselburg, Kiano Kimathi, Michael Kleefisch, Marvin Ralf Kluge, Samuel Kohlhepp, Janine Köhncke, Carsten Koll, Marc Krämer, Dennis Krauter, Adrian Kreher, Elena Kremers, Thorben Laprell, Markus Laurs, Jan Malte Lennartz, Daniel Alejandro Mena Sanjinés, Isabelle Mieves, Joshua Mingers, Leon Moll, Aaron Müller, Nicholas Neuschwinger, Felix Offermanns, Maxim Oleschenko, Florian Oppermann, Daniel Paape, Janek Theodor Paeßens, Maximilian Pohl, Joachim Reif, Fabian Roscheda, Amra Sacic, Melis Savli, Jan-Niklas Schagen, Kevin Scheeren, Klaus Schmidt, Rene Jürgen Schneider, Anna Schönell, Lukas Schröder, Timo Schubert, Fabian Schulze, Verena Annemarie Ingeborg Schwitzky, Julien Secker, Leon Cedric Senster, Nikolaj Solotov, Helge Sommerhage, Lukas Steins, Medede Biham Tchala, Alexei Tcharykov, Wolfgang Weidemann, Katharina Tabea Weike, Jakob Welfens, Marvin Weyermann, Lukas Windeln, and Silas Winnemöller.
In the guest house of RWTH Aachen University, the Mathematical-Technical Software Engineers, MATSE for short, were given a ceremonial send-off.