I started my studies about industrial logistics, I think it was in high school. I was assessing which field of job would be more fitting for me and which experience I could apply even working abroad. I think with industrial stuff, we can adapt everywhere, so that's why I chose industrial logistics. When I started bachelor's studies, they taught me a lot about the logic, about how to work with people and coordinate with other companies. Also, about how to manage the time schedules, to manage people and resources. I think it's very logical and still love it. Nadia:
What got me interested in materials
is that everything in the world is made from a certain material, you know? If we know the properties of materials, we can create new ones. There is so much room for research and applications in this field. Thomas:
Okay, before my bachelor's degree, I was kind of like typical Asian student. I like math. So, I studied pure mathematics, but I realized it was too theoretical for me. And I wanted to apply it to the real world. So, I decided to study an applied or a data science
to use my mathematics to apply to a newer, more innovative school.