Applied Mathematicians are broadly employable in the science world and have a wide choice of possible employers. Think sustainability, environment, education, security, logistics, banking and insurance or the medical world. The job possibilities are excellent. The possibilities are endless. Here you can read about some of our alumni.
Before you start working after finishing the Bachelor's Industrial and Applied Mathematics, you can choose to keep on studying mathematics, such as Normen.
Normen is Master student Applied Mathematics and is involved with mathematics and imaging.
Rien graduated Cum Laude in September 2015 on his Master thesis about Photoacoustic images at the Master Applied Mathematics within the specialization SACS (research group AA).
For her graduation project, Loes programmed a mathematical tool to visit all S-Bahn stations in Berlin in the fastest way possible.
Tensen's graduation project resulted in a new transportation model that can save 200 million Euro for public transportation by making use of a smart mathematical algorithm.