- How long were you a member of the team, which department did you belong to?
In 2019, I applied to the team for the position of engine calibration engineer in the Test and brake bench department. From November 2020, I was appointed head of the newly established separate Brake Pad department. Then in June 2021, I handed over my position to my successor and continued to be active in the life of the team as an alumni.
- What were your main tasks?
Installation and maintenance of the engine as a tester, as well as participation in car tests. Then, when I took over the management of the brake pad department, I was given the honorable task of coordinating and managing the complete rebuilding of the brake pad.
- What are you most proud of among your achievements in the team?
With the help of the members of my department and the other departments of the team, we dismantled the old brake bench with only student power and put a completely new one into operation from scratch in almost half a year.
- What was your best experience during the 2 years?
Maybe the first start of the new brake pad when the engine and brake machine were running at the same time, or when I could hold a communication training session for the SZEngine and Arrabona Racing Team. Both were great experiences, I couldn’t choose.
- Why was your time in the team valuable to you?
In addition to the wealth of professional experience, I would probably highlight the friendships made here. Which I hope will last a lifetime. The time spent in the team made my university years golden, and although it often involves many difficulties, I think it is worth the effort. Because the community and the experiences gained here make up for it
My current workplace is Robert Bosch ltd. Budapest, where I hold the position of partial project manager.