My final project was for Philips Research, on predicting temperatures in electronic systems.

MSc. Jimmy van de Winkel, alumnus

When Jimmy van de Winkel accepted his first job at ASML, he was a little worried about the difference between studying at TU/e and working in the business world.

"That was totally unnecessary. I now have a very interesting job with a lot of freedom. I'm continuing in the direction of my Master's project (at the track Thermo Fluids Engineering) at ASML's Imaging Fluids Control department, mainly focusing on flow. My final project was for Philips Research, on predicting temperatures in electronic systems. I looked at whether temperatures in electronic equipment were what we expected them to be, and if not, why they diverged and under which circumstances."