In your studies you learn a lot, but how you can apply what you learn at a company remains sketchy at best. Two graduates, one with a background in computer science and the other in applied mathematics will share their experiences with you, such as the step of student to professional and the role of a professional with your particular background. Also the problems that need to be solved will be discussed. How do you work with a codebase of 40 million lines of code? How does the software architecture help with this? What is the importance of mathematical models to a machine? Where do the mathematics and computer science meet and have to work together? These topics and the topics you want to know about will be investigated in this ASML lunch lecture.