What our students have to say

Marly van Geel, Master's student of Industrial and Applied Mathematics

'Astronauts have to deal with extremely high G-forces in space. As a result, there is less blood flow to the brain and more to the arms and legs, but exactly how that blood circulation changes remains something of a mystery to us. I intend to develop a model for that as my final project.'

Sebastiaan de Hoogh, Master's in Industrial and Applied Mathematics, now doing a PhD at TU/e

'As a pupil, I thought: mathematics is fun, but what can you do with it? A great deal, as I now know. I graduated in cryptography, a brilliant example of applied mathematics. I carried out research at the University of Sydney into how software that users download can be secured using hash functions and cryptographic signatures.'