Marjan wants to develop the industry with help of mathematic
Feb 27, 2019 | Research/Cooperation
Mathematics, nature and industry appeal to Marjan Sirjani, who is one of the professors who will be installed during Academic ceremony on April 5, 2019.
After working as a Prefessor of Sotware Engineering at Reykjavik University for eight years, Marjan Sirjani chose to leave Iceland and move to Västerås. In 2016, she began her journey at MDH and still assists the university with her solid experience in software engineering.
- I really appreciate that MDH has given me the opportunity to focus on my research and to work closely to the industry. There is nothing that makes me happier than seeing that the results of my research are being used, says Marjan Sirjani.
As a university, MDH has 40 years of experience in close collaboration with the business and public sectors to contribute to a more sustainable future. In Marjan's research area, she has chosen to focus on developing mathematical methods wich can be used to, among other things, detect inaccuracies in software and make systems more robust.
- My research aims to develop mathematical models, theories and techniques to detect potential errors or problems in a software. I hope these techniques can be applied to the development of robots and self-driving cars, Marjan Sirjani says.
Presently Marjan is Professor of Sotware Engineering at MDH.
"Academic ceremony becomes an opportunity to meet"
In connection with Academic ceremony 2019, Marjan Sirjani will be installed as an adjunct professor at MDH.
- I look forward to continuing to work in a dynamic academic environment and to contribute to the future of the industry through my research, she says.
During Academic ceremony, Marjan looks forward to socializing with colleagues and getting to know them outside work. Marjan Sirjani will hold her installation lecture on Thursday, April 4 at 9 am in the lectura hall Beta, MDH in Campus Västerås.