Isabella Karpf

Software Developer and Student

Copenhagen, Denmark


Java C# F# SQL .NET Go Scala Android Linux Linux
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Data Management
  • Data Mining
  • Software development in general
    - Mostly backend
  • Project Management
  • Among others...






I study MSc Software Development - Advanced at the IT University of Copenhagen. Professionally I take pride in making solutions that work well and solves the actual problmes without gold plating. I like being involved in many stages of development - even from the feasibility study to the end, and I find it very interesting understanding the customer's ideal workflow and problems. Maybe it is the remains of acting as a supervisor with projects like these, but I do find this intriguing, challenging and much more satisfactory. When I am not studying, I like to travel, trying out new things and in general like to hygge.

Work Experience

Teaching Assistant / IT University of Copenhagen
Sep 2016 - Jan 2017 + Sep 2017 - Jan 2018

I have been a teaching assistant in the fall semester in the course, Business processes and Organisation with project. My role was to supervise the students with their projects, which were done with companies of all shapes and sizes. Furthermore, I helped them along with their understanding of the course material with various exercises and hand-ins. The material consists of project management, participatory IT design and ethnography, and the project itself is doing a feasibility study with a business case. The techniques we used takes several aspects as business strategy, risks and cost-benefit among others into account as well as user participation to help achieve the best solution for the company. I chose this TA job, because I think the message of having participatory IT design is crucial for every company needing of an IT solution. Besides that I really enjoyed teaching and supervising the projects and it was both rewarding, challenging and exciting to see different challenges within various companies.

Software Developer and Project Assistant / ABC Softwork
Feb 2016 - Sep 2017

The projects I have worked with have been in various areas from internal to external software both in frontend and backend, but all mostly coded in Go. I have made these projects among others: customer and user segmentation by data collection, analysis and visualization, integration between software components, backend components for the Cloud services as well as designing, analysing and making a support center for ABC Softwork's customers.

Intro Tutor
Summer 2014 + Summer 2017

As an intro tutor, I have been in charge of welcoming the new students to the university. The job consist of planning the intro week with guest lecturers, intro projects related to software development, social get-together events and much more.

Volunteer Barista and Board Member / Café Analog
Jan 2014 - Dec 2015

Café Analog is a non-profit coffee shop that focuses on good and cheap coffee and hot drinks. It's driven by volunteer students and staff at the IT University and supply coffee for both professors, researchers and students at the university. Being a barista to me means providing good quality coffee as well as creating a relaxed and easy going atmosphere for people to enjoy. As a board member, I was responsible for enforcement and execution of Café Analog's values ​​and policies as well as cooperation between other organizations within the IT University.


IT University of Copenhagen
2017 - 2019

Master in Software Development - Advanced Track with specialisation in data and AI

Kyoto University
April 2018 - September 2018

Exchange and research student at Graduate School of Informatics

IT University of Copenhagen
2013 - 2017

Bachelor in Software Development