I’m responsible for developing our high-speed machines to perform at their best. I lead design projects that involve engineers from different fields related to electric machines.
With the new products that are being added to our high-speed product category, I’ve been busy with customers and component suppliers. Occasionally, I get to travel, which I enjoy. No workday is the same.
It was quite an easy choice to go and study mechanical engineering, as I enjoyed all the subjects related to it already in high school. After working at several other companies, I now get to apply the knowledge I gathered along the way on design and analysis at Yaskawa Environmental Energy / The Switch.
Besides work, I particularly like to spend time with my children. Also, I enjoy sports and climbing. Climbing is in fact pure physics. And I can apply my way of thinking to find the perfect climbing strategy – you have your bodyweight and the musculoskeletal system – and you try to find a way to swing yourself upward.
At The Switch, we design and manufacture electric machines that require in-depth engineering in each project.
Without putting effort into simulations and other technical considerations, our products would never pass the acceptance tests, not to mention successful long-term operation in our customers’ actual applications.