Training Completed: MATSE Graduates to Develop the Software of Tomorrow

05/09/2019
Graduates holding their certificates Copyright: Andreas Schmitter

A total of 73 students have now successfully completed their training. The mathematical technical software developers, or MATSE for short, are highly sought-after in the IT sector. Their training features both theoretical and practical components with a particular focus on mathematics, computer science, and programming. They can now apply their knowledge in the areas of web development, parallel programming, simulation of technical processes, database development, data visualization, or statistical evaluations and can pursue careers in several different industries.

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MATSE training lasts three years and ends with a final examination before the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. Alongside their training, the students also complete a Bachelor's degree in applied mathematics and computer science at FH Aachen and the RWTH IT Center. Many of the graduates will go on to pursue Master's degrees at RWTH, FH Aachen, or Maastricht University.

A total of 73 graduates received their certificates in a small ceremony at the RWTH Guesthouse: Muthia Dewi Alawiyah, Michael Anhuth, Robin Artenjak, Julian Berghaus, Mario Bock, Andreas Braining, Florian Brandt, Lukas Breuer, Ketli Cenollari, Richard Deterer, Jan Deutz, Gianna Dieling, Joshua Dill, Philipp Dreßen, Fabian Dropalla, Oleksandr Dzhychko, Kai David Ebenhöh, Mohamed El Jemai, Alexander Emmerich, Maurice Fielauf, Nina Gehlen, Jan Grünenwald, Daniel Hamandouche, Pascal Harff, Philipp Harnisch, Elena Katharina Heinze, Margarita Hermann, Timm Herrmann, Anna Heynkes, Nico Jaeger, Dominik Jeurissen, Milan Salomo Kanz, Lars Kaulen, Björn Knippschild, Christian Kohlschmidt, Fabian Krutsch, Sven Björn Kühne, Joshua Lauscher, Christopher Lehnen, Camilla Lummerzheim, Philipp Alexander Lützenkirchen, Nikola Mandic, Robin Marx, Florian Maurer, Maria Helene Mörs, Tobias Nelles, David Porschen, Intan Purnamasari, Mike Pütz, Manuel Pützer, Maximilian Racke, Yannick Rath, Florian Reichmuth, Philipp Rudig, Yannick Ruppenthal, Timo Schauer, Christoph Schirmel, Marco Schlicht, Thomas Schmitz, Hendrik Schmitz, Jan Schneider, Jonas Schütz, Peter Schwarz, Elena Schweicher, Tim Schwiderski, Brian Sinkovec, Ingmar Szmais, Christoph Thönneßen, Max Voß, Florian Vrenegor, Christian Wassermann, Arthur Clark Willems, and Florian Wulff.

 

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