'There is no problem that cannot be solved!' is on of the most important lessons I learned during my university years. Sometimes you can do it alone, quite often you will work together in a team. From early on, I was very interested in technology, always trying to find out how things work or how they can be repaired when broken. To do the latter, it is important to think analytically: 'If I do this, what will happen, or how can I stop this from happening?'. This principle I apply in everyday life, study and research. Thinking everything through, being creative and persistent, and never turning away from feedback: personally, passionately and professionally I use these things together to solve that seemingly unsolvable problem.
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