About Complex Codes and Automated Driving Cars.
You can feel the enthusiasm when Emmelie Beitlich and Khiem-Jan Nguyen talk about Artificial Intelligence, Automated Driving and Big Data. As students of the Automotive Computer Science dual study program, the two are already working on the mobility of the future during their Bachelor's degree at Mercedes-Benz. In their interview Emmelie and Khiem-Jan tell us why they value the combination of practice and theory so much, and why prospective students do not have to be impressed by complex codes.
In person: Emmelie Beitlich (19) got her passion for cars from her father. Even as a teenager, she enjoyed taking trips together with her dad to see the latest Mercedes-Benz models at the dealership. Today, Emmelie not only dedicates her energy to her dual study Bachelor’s degree in computer science, but also in her passion for sports. With her team (TSV Wolfschlugen), the enthusiastic handball player plays at the professional level in the 3rd league. When 300 fans in the hall cheer on her team and she can score a lot of goals, that's simply the greatest thing for Emmelie.
In person: The Mercedes-Benz brand has accompanied Khiem-Jan Nguyen (19) since his childhood. His big brother is an enthusiastic Mercedes-Benz driver and always looked after his C-Class like a treasure. When Khiem-Jan isn't working on innovations during his dual study Bachelor’s degree in computer science at Mercedes-Benz, he's perfecting his pizza baking skills or enjoys spending time playing video games with his friends. The fact that his choice, when playing Mario Kart, is always a Mercedes 300 SL or GLA is a matter of honor, of course.