Giulia Monopoli

Giulia Monopoli

Her opinion

  1. What’s your name and where are you from?

    My name is Giulia Monopoli, I’m from Reggio Emilia, Italy.

  2. What did you study before the master?

    Prior to pursuing my master’s degree, I had a background in Mathematics.

  3. Why did you choose this master?

    I chose to pursue a Master’s degree in Modelling and Simulation for Biomedical Applications Mathematics, because I was fascinated by the potential of mathematics research in contributing to practical applications, particularly in the field of human health. The prospect of using mathematical tools to develop innovative solutions and potentially life-saving technologies greatly motivated me. This program offered a unique opportunity to combine my passion for mathematics with the exciting field of biomedical applications.

  4. What do you consider to be the strong points of the master?

    The master’s program offered strong points that greatly benefited my academic and professional development. I gained valuable experience in mathematical modelling, simulation, programming, and biomedicine. The program fostered a multidisciplinary vision, enhancing my teamwork and independent work skills. It provided valuable opportunities to solve real-world biomedical problems using advanced theories of applied mathematics and it offered insights into emerging interdisciplinary research fields.

  5. What did you like about the masters?

    One of the aspects I particularly enjoyed about the master’s program was its multidisciplinary nature. The combination of mathematics and biomedical applications provided a unique and exciting learning experience. I appreciated how the program integrated mathematical concepts and tools into the field of biomedicine, allowing me to explore the potential applications of mathematics in solving real-world healthcare challenges. Additionally, the program fostered a collaborative and supportive environment, where I had the opportunity to work with fellow students and experts from different backgrounds. This collaborative approach enhanced my problem-solving skills and encouraged innovative thinking.

  6. What did you do immediately after the master?

    After my master’s degree, I pursued a PhD.

  7. What are you doing right now in terms of work?

I am currently a PhD student, specializing in the field of Computational Physiology.

  1. Would you recommend the Masters to someone? To whom in particular?

Absolutely, I would highly recommend the Master’s program to anyone interested in advancing their knowledge and skills in the field. It is especially suitable for those who are passionate about solving real-world problems, especially in the biomedical field.