«After completing my apprenticeship as an audio-video electronic engineer, I acquired a technical baccalaureate and studied electrical engineering at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences. After that I worked for three years as a development engineer at Roche Diagnostics AG. I then decided to go back to college and complete the Master of Science in Engineering majoring in Industrial Technologies with a focus on Computer Vision.
The Master’s degree program offers a wide range of theory modules and a great deal of freedom of choice. However, one of the main reasons why I decided to study for a master’s degree is the high proportion of practical projects.»