Dania Sana

Internship (June 15th, 2022 to September 14, 2022)

Funded by FAU MoD – Research Center for Mathematics of Data under the “Women in Mathematics of Data” program

I have just finished my Bachelor degree in Mathematics at Jacobs University Bremen, where I was in the President list in 2020, 2021, 2022 (as student whose GPA is ranked among top 10%).

In my Bachelor thesis, I simulated some mathematical models of decision making which are usually expressed through a d-dimensional Wiener process with drift.

I have been working at Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research in the field of text classification through machine learning algorithms and natural language processing models. I am passionate about combining programming and mathematical theory into solving real-life problems.

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