Durability will only become a bigger issue in the futureMsc Konika Banerjee, student
You won't often come across us, but I'm a part-time student. I'm a consultant at Philips Applied Technologies 36 hours a week, and in my free time, I'm doing my Electrical Engineering Masters.
"Once I graduated Electro Technology at college, I went to work in the field. After two years, I wanted to go back to school, but I didn't want to give up my job. It's a hard combination, I admit. Especially courses in teams are hard to plan. But you can always work it out with the professors and students. In the end, I want to specialise in durable energy. Durability will only become a bigger issue in the future. I think there will be a very big and interesting market for that."