BSc & MSc
Did you know that around 10% of our bachelor's students and 30% of our master's students publishes their work in academic journals and at top-tier research conferences? Project work, theses, internships and honours projects often find their way into scientific literature, and our students frequently travel to present their work.
Here's a few recent examples:
- Philippe published his bachelor's thesis for the Data Science and Artificial Intelligence programme with the IEEE Web Intelligence Conference in Santiago, Chile, where he also presented his work. Read more about Philippe's trip and his bachelor's thesis.
- As a master's student Artificial Intelligence, Lianne published her internship work with the IEEE Conference on Games. She travelled to London to give a presentation. Read more about Lianne's work and her research internship.
- Five master's students Data Science for Decision Making bagged a Best Paper Award, international media coverage and attention from the Dutch government with the chatbot they built for their project work. Read more about the #MeTooMaastricht chatbot in the MSc project highlights.