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During this year I’ve learned a lot about various topics at the intersection of mathematics and computer science.
I was particularly interested in topics such as computational statistics, optimisation, and kernel methods from their theoretical principals to their implementations details.
I had the chance to study as a visiting student at NUS during my curriculum at the Université de Technologie de Compiègne.
The Université de Technologie de Compiègne is kind of a special university in France.
There, I’ve studied applied mathematics, computer science and engineering, languages and humanities.
The last two years focused on a data analysis course work. I also got two minors: one in mathematical modeling and another in philosophy of technology.
Some courses in mathematics and computer science:
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