Working on the technologies of tomorrow
As I was faced mainly with theoretical knowledge on the Electronic & Information Technologies course at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, I developed a strong desire to apply the knowledge learned in practice and to collaborate actively on a project. My aim was to make a difference and to work on the technologies of tomorrow.
This ambition led me to apply to SEW-EURODRIVE for my final paper and I was then given the opportunity to write my bachelor's thesis in Bruchsal with a market leader in the area of drive and automation technology. I worked in electronics development and was able to construct and program a measuring set-up for the evaluation of a currently unused transmission technology. All the tools and resources required for this were available to me and technically competent and excellent supervision helped me to take the initial steps into working life.
I particularly enjoy the fact that I can work on current projects with my department colleagues – all experienced engineers – on an equal footing and that I am respected for my knowledge and work.
Because the company's excellent working atmosphere really appealed to me from the first day and because I was very keen at the end of my thesis to continue working in the subject, I was offered a position as a student trainee in the same department.
It was clear for me that I wanted to undertake a master's program and the position at SEW-EURODRIVE offers the exact right balance between theory and practice: This allows me to apply the new skills in data transmission and sensor technology which I acquire daily at the university. I particularly enjoy the fact that I can work on current projects with my department colleagues – all experienced engineers – on an equal footing and that I am respected for my knowledge and work.
In the course of my weekly work as a student trainee, I am never short of work and opportunities to help to extend my level of knowledge and to learn something new. I also find it great that, as a student trainee, I am already learning on the master's degree about work I will later do as an electrical engineer and am receiving a broad impression of the professional life I will enter at a later point.
Drive the future. Now.
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