Because the University's foundation lies in science and research, with its Research and Development Center (RDC) as a core facility, the IUS-RDC graduates possess specific skills that they can use in industry and enough background to pursue graduate study in a variety of fields.
Recent IUS graduates have entered their MSc and Ph.D. programs at many prestigious colleges and universities, or are working as engineering professionals, for regarded companies. Some of them are:
Genetic and Bioengineering graduates:
Master student of Molecular Medicine and Innovative Treatment at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands.
Intern at Cardiology Department at University Medical Center Groningen.
Project description: To identify and explore the effects of the secreted factors from failing hearts, which could explain the etiology of common multimorbidity in the heart.
Project description: RNA-i based bidirectional communication in plant-fungus systems
Email: Ena.Secic@agrar.uni -giessen.de
Ph.D. student at the Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medical Genetics, University of Oslo.
Project description: Immunogenomic profiling of patients with known and possible autoimmune disease.
Ph.D. student at European School of Network Neuroscience, part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions.
Project description: The networks of the cortex and lower centers, control of movements and actions (electrophysiology and optogenetics).
Ph.D. student at Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Institute of Molecular Biosciences.
Project description: Computational analysis of microbial cell-cell interactions.
More contact info at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Amar_Cosic
Currently works as Laboratory technician in VirusTech Core Facility, at Karolinska Institutet.
Computer Science graduates:
PhD student in Engineering Robotics at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Her scientific research focuses on the artificial intelligence of underwater robots and their application in the energy industry.
Analyst IT, System Development at Equinor.
Master student at the Faculty of Science at the University of Geneva, Switzerland.
Project description: Machine learning application in finance
Electrical and Electronics Engineering graduates:
An electrical engineer at IEF Werner Gmbh, working as a programmer of industrial machines.
Currently working as a Wheel gauging machine specialist for customers such as BMW, Mercedes, Brock, etc.
Ph.D. student at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern, works with embedded systems under the mentorship of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kunz.
Project description: Exploring the use of formal mathematical methods to verify the security of digital hardware
Ph.D. student at ICFO (Institute of Photonic Sciences), Castelldefels, Barcelona, Spain
Member of Medical Optics group, lead by prof. dr. Turgut Durduran
Project description: Appliance of novel optical technologies in neurology and oncology