ELLIIT career talk #4 and women’s fika
University mathematics in the Airline Industry
What can I do with a degree in mathematics? Who might be interested to employ me? How do I find my next job? How does my career advance? How much mathematics will I be using in a job in industry? And what do I have to if I (don’t) want to keep working at a university?
If any of these questions has crossed your mind previously, then come to our series of career talks to find out!
Our speaker for Thursday, May 20th, 15:00h:
Carolin Trouet – Chief Agility Master at Lufthansa Systems
Carolin was working on a research project on optimization in robotics, when she met her husband and changed her PhD plans. Starting out as a software engineer in the area of flight optimization, she has now 20 years of professional experience in Airline IT, from software to strategy.
The events are sponsored by ELLIIT, the Linköping-Lund initiative on IT and mobile communication, gender funds. In addition to the talks, which are open to everyone, individuals of underrepresented gender have the opportunity to have a virtual “women’s career fika” with the speakers in a small group directly after the talk. To connect better, you can join our Linkedin group Women in Mathematical Sciences Sweden.
- 15.00 – 15.05h arriving and intro
- 15.05h Carolin’s talk
- ca. 15.35h Q&A
- 15.40h-16h: women’s fika
Zoom Login data:
Meeting ID: 655 9931 4766
Password: [the largest prime less than 100]
If you have trouble logging in or want to be reminded about the meeting by email, please contact carina.geldhauser_at_europeanwomeninmaths.org.