At IDOVEN we feel a responsibility to help students take their first steps into the professional world. As other people and institutions have supported us in the past, we believe that it is important as a company to do the same.
For this reason, we have reached some collaboration agreements with universities. We are very concerned with offering meaningful projects to students that will challenge them, help them in their personal/professional development, and have an impact on the day to day.
Today we want to introduce you to Peter, Sarah and Patricia.
Peter Boennighausen comes from California as part of the educational cooperation program between IDOVEN and Stanford University. His project is based on the experimentation and development of artificial intelligence algorithms to improve our arrhythmia detection system.
Sarah Louden studies Marketing and International Business at the Kelley School of Business (Indiana University). She is helping us develop our business models and implement marketing and sales strategies.
Patricia Gómez is a biomedical engineer specializing in telemedicine and is a student in the second promotion of the Master's Degree in Internet of Things at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. A week ago she joined our team to build the architecture that will unite our patients with Wilhem, our Artificial Intelligence, and our medical team.
If you are a student and you are interested in what we do at IDOVEN, tell us what you would like to contribute to our project.