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Master's students celebrate the end of the course

From the next academic year, the Master's in Industrial Engineering will also be taught in Madrid.

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The Master's students pose on the Donostia campus, before going to lunch at the Ondarreta Tennis Club. PHOTO: Communication Service
10/05/19 11:38 Communication Service

Nearly a hundred Master's students from Tecnun are finishing their theoretical classes these days and are saying goodbye to the School to enter the world of work. The new Master's graduates of Tecnun celebrated their official farewell today. The day began with the celebration of a mass in the Oratory of the Ibaeta Building. This was followed by a round table discussion led by Javier Cárdenas, Javier Ganuza and Javier Santos, in which the different services offered by the Alumni Office Tecnun were presented. Then it was the turn of the delegates of each Master, who addressed a few words to their classmates and concluded with a few words of thanks and a gift to the directors of each postgraduate course. It should be noted that this is the last year that this festival will be held only in San Sebastian, as, from next year, the Master's in Industrial Engineering will also be taught at the new postgraduate headquarters of the University of Navarra in Madrid.

After this, students and teachers posed together for the traditional graduation photo. Among the different groups that have formed, the students were commenting on the company where they will do their Final Master's Project (PFM). Julia Olano, student of the Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering at Tecnun, commented that she will be doing her PFM at the Fraunhofer Institute, where she already spent six months last year. "I really liked the research project, which consisted of implementing improvements to compress audio using the least amount of information possible, but with the same result". In January she returns to Germany and is looking forward to the new projects she will be working on.

For his part, Miguel Jiménez, a student on the Master's in Biomedical Engineering, will begin his internship at IBM next month, where he will spend a year in the Artificial Intelligence consultancy area. "They will give me different projects to assimilate the concepts, and I will be in contact with different companies, especially pharmaceutical companies, from which I will extract biomedical data. I have been told that I will be working with the Watson tool, which is very powerful, so it is a project that looks to be very exciting," said the student.

After the promotion photos, both students and teachers went to the Ondarreta Tennis Court where they shared a table and tablecloth. They were also able to recall the anecdotes they have experienced during their time at Tecnun.

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