Students who want to work on solving complex problems in a challenging, competitive, and innovative environment and who want to achieve a leading position in R&D (basic research, applied research, and experimental development) or technological innovation, should consider accelerating their career by continuing their professional development by means of a PhD degree program or a PDEng (Professional Doctorate in Engineering) degree program, in close collaboration with industry. PDEng degree programs exist already since 1986 and the TU/e Department of Mathematics and Computer Science has been offering such degree programs ever since. In this session Harold Weffers will present (i.) the added value of a PhD or PDEng degree program compared to an M.Sc. degree, (ii.) the differences between PhD and PDEng, (iii.) a brief overview of some of the PDEng programs offered by TU/e and (iv.) some more details about the PDEng Software Technology program and some of the projects performed by its trainees.
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