In the afternoon on June 13, approximately 70 students took the opportunity to meet young professionals and professionals who are a step ahead in their careers in the Christian Gerthsen lecture theater of the Institute of Physics at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
Under the heading “Working in Photonics”, the speakers reported on the start of their careers and their career pathways. Furthermore, they gave an insight into their work and presented the projects they are currently working on at companies such as Zeiss, Jenoptik and Berliner Glas.
First Sensor was represented by Philipp Moock. He had already heard of First Sensor during his electrical engineering degree at the TU Berlin, applied for a position in development directly after completing his master's degree and started immediately. Just three months into the job, he joined the LIDAR team, which focuses on using LIDAR technology for mobility applications.
Institutions such as the Ferdinand Braun Institute and the Heinrich Hertz Institute also recruited young professionals at the event. As that's what participants wanted to do: Create a platform for getting to know each other and exchanging ideas and ideally make contacts that would allow them to join a company or institute and work together in the future - a good idea that we will support again next year!
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