KE@WORK

Great news to start this week! We have gladly extended our beloved KE@Work partnership with Maastricht University. Since its launch in 2014, Mediaan is a partner of the KE@Work program. A track that enables talented and motivated second-year bachelor students to gain 2 years work experience at Mediaan. This year, we are happy to welcome Guus & Jonas.

Guus Winkelmolen

Guus Winkelmolen is a 19-year-old second-year bachelor student at the department of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering at Maastricht University.

Guus Winkelmolen

My name is Guus Winkelmolen. I am a 19-year-old second-year bachelor student at the department of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering at Maastricht University.

My hobbies are running, socializing, listening to music and just enjoying life in general. Furthermore, my interest in Data Science is mainly based on my love for logical and innovative thinking, programming and mathematics.

I got in contact with Mediaan through the KE@Work honors program of our faculty, allowing me to go to the university for three days a week and working at Mediaan for the remaining two. I’m expecting this experience at Mediaan to be a good introduction into the professional Data Science business.

Guus Winkelmolen

Guus Winkelmolen is a 19-year-old second-year bachelor student at the department of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering at Maastricht University.

Jonas Molz

Jonas Molz is a 20-year-old student, living in Maastricht, and currently studying Knowledge Engineering and Data Science at the University of Maastricht.

Jonas Molz

My name is Jonas, I’m 20-year-old and live in Maastricht. Currently, I happily study Knowledge Engineering and Data Science at the University of Maastricht for a year. Priorly, I attended a few Mathematics lectures during my final year in high-school (back in Germany), because I like math.

I came to Mediaan as I was looking for an innovative and international working environment for KE@Work, a program enabling students to participate in a 2-year internship as the practical part of my study. Now I joined the team for project “Hackbear” aiming at providing a web platform to test the security of one’s website in which I, among other things, will take part in orchestrating various scanners in order to find potential vulnerabilities.

I’m looking forward to learning more about ethical hacking and possible applications of AI in the realm of offensive web security.