Jonas Schüppen has developed a map display for area planning and route planning.
Jonas Schüppen is studying "Scientific Programming" at the Aachen University of Applied Sciences and at the same time is training as a mathematical-technical software developer at gts. We spoke to him about the content and perspectives of dual training.
What exactly does the dual study course "Scientific Programming" include?
Why did you choose this course?
What are the tasks of a “mathematical technical software developer” - and what do you do specifically at gts?
In which areas can you work after graduation?
We have had very positive experience with our dual trainees and we hope that the students will stay with our company after they graduate.
What do you like about this job?
What are the greatest challenges?
How is the training integrated into the activities and range of services of gts?
Scientific programming at the Aachen University of Applied Sciences
The dual study program Scientific Programming was introduced at the FH Aachen to train the need for mathematically particularly qualified programmers in research and in companies. The course is combined with training as a mathematical and technical software developer.