Meet some of our graduates as they share their stories about their time at Chalmers, and where that experience has taken them now.
Published: Tue 10 Aug 2021.
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After finishing her master’s studies at Chalmers, Andjela Kusmuk got top positions at companies like Netlight and Amazon. Now she wants to inspire young girls going into the tech industry - with her own Youtube channel.
Niklas Lundberg studied his Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and Management, followed by a Master’s in Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Chalmers. After graduating, he landed his dream job in Spotify just a few months later.
Invited as a speaker at renowned conferences, requests for collaboration and major international media coverage – after only one published article. Linnea Hesslow has kick-started her research career in a spectacular fashion.
She has a dream job at Spotify, can soon call herself a music producer, and in a few months will be releasing her first album of original songs. It all started with an MD job at Chalmers, or was it a talent competition in Hollywood? Not really.
Seeing through your phone?! Well... Not really, but almost. Point the phone’s camera at an object and the phone tells you what it sees.
One day, Chalmers alumnus Johan Hedlund (I08) chose to mentor a class whose task it was to create a social robot in the Technology Competition for Swedish Year 6 – a choice he looks back on with joy and hope for the future.
Modern energy for the poor in developing countries is hardly a business concept that sets the hearts of investment professionals racing. But a new Chalmers company now hopes that ordinary people in Europe...
After two years of studies in Gothenburg, Zhang Ting went back to China in 2011 with not only a master’s degree in Supply Chain Management, but also a desire to encourage more Chinese people to come to Sweden.
Do you ever watch Grey’s Anatomy or the Discovery Channel? Then you’ve probably heard about the stent, the tiny metal tube that is implanted in a few million people every year to alleviate sometimes
One casual Wednesday afternoon we meet up with Chalmers alumni, honorary doctor and founder of one of today’s most talked about enterprises. The name of the company is Spotify and the man in question is Martin Lorentzon.