Sarah Wassermann

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photo My name is Sarah Wassermann and I come from Luxembourg. Currently, I am a computer science-student at the Université de Liège and I am in the second (and last) year of my master's degree. Besides my studies, I conduct research in the field of network measurements under the supervision of Dr. Pedro Casas.
My main field of interest in computer science is the field of computer networks and especially the field of network measurements and I am constantly trying to extend my knowledge in this domain.
My interest in this area was strengthened by three Research Internships done in the last two years. During the summer 2016, I performed a research stay at Northwestern University in the US. During the summer 2015, I interned at Forschungzentrum Telekommunikation Wien (FTW), a research center in Vienna. This internship was performed in the context of the FP7 ICT Research Project mPlane. During the summer 2014, I was an intern at the Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6 (LIP6) in Paris, one of the largest computer science laboratories in France. For more details about the work done in the context of these internships, please take a look at my projects or my CV.

In my free time, I enjoy travelling, reading and programming (a typical leisure-time activity for a computer science-student... ;) ). I am also interested in 3D-modelling, web and graphic design. This is why I like playing around with Adobe Photoshop and Maxon Cinema 4D.

One of my favorite quotes related to computer science:
"Since human beings themselves are not fully debugged yet, there will be bugs in your code no matter what you do." (Chris Mason)


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This page was last modified on 21 Nov. 2016


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