Wrap up, I – Graduation


I have been super busy over the past few months, so there hasn’t been any time for updating the website. So the next few posts are quick wrap up about the most exciting things that have happened, starting with my graduation.

Master of Science in Digital Media Engineering!

I defended my thesis on March 21st (more on this soon) and was awarded my degree the day after. Which means that I can finally use the phrase “trust me, I’m an Engineer”!!!

Unfortunately, this also means that I won’t be working with brain signals for a while…sniffle.

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