Belgrade, June 5th, 2023
I remember that, when I was little, I liked to take things apart, I was always interested in how something works. I was lucky that my grandfather allowed me to do everything I wanted. He taught me how to dismantle an engine, to use tools.
As I was growing up, I was becoming more and more independent in terms of opening all kinds of systems, it didn’t matter to me whether it was an engine, an electrical device or something else. After elementary school, I enrolled in an electrical engineering high school, where I gained vast knowledge in the field of electronics. My great interest in electronics started with a national competition, where I found out how much I didn’t know. 😃 I got a great desire to learn more about electronics, I started to build my first devices, like starting an engine over the phone, turning the lights on and off, first via bluetooth and then via Wi-Fi from anywhere in the world. I soon enrolled in the faculty where I gained a lot of technical knowledge, however, I was in the department of pure applied electronics, which is specific because most people do not opt for this field.
Due to the recommendation of a friend, I found out about an internship that is completely related to hardware electronics, exactly what I’ve dreamed of doing since high school. After the successfully completed internship, I got a job and I was given a very interesting project. To my great surprise, the field in which I currently work is Analog Electronics in the position of a Hardware Design Engineer. The most interesting thing about the project is that I am currently working on developing electronic boards from scratch, and after that, I have the opportunity to test all those boards on the most modern devices.
If you’ve found Kristian’s story interesting, check out our Hardware Design Internship Program, and find out more information on how to become Junior Hardware Design Engineer at Elsys Eastern Europe.
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