For how long have you been at Uniso?
I started in the spring of 2015.
What do you do on a typical day at work?
I build models, think about problems, set up analyzes and run. The job is not only about calculating and getting answers, but we also have to try to concretize it in something so that people understand what to do with the calculations we perform.
What makes you happy at work?
What makes me happy is problem solving and contributing to development. Good colleagues and discussions are also important. It sounds a bit cliché, but personal development is also stimulating.
How would you describe Uniso as a workplace?
I have never had the Uniso office as a workplace. But the times I'm in, I think it's a high ceiling, people are generally helpful. Many are very interested, I would say. During my time it has changed a lot. Now there are more younger people and greater gender distribution, which I think lifts the business, people in other life situations who can share things, I think that is enriching.
Have you encountered any challanges?
An odd problem I had that is not really that difficult for someone with a strength background was when we had a customer who wanted help calculating and securing the stability of his models for building dams in case of floods. We helped him with a method so that he then could dimension the stuff himself which led to success for him. Small efforts that produce significant results.
Do you have a favorite memory from your time at Uniso, or is it somthing you look forward to?
I am looking forward to the anniversary that will be held this year. Then the conference trip in Gdansk brought back many memories and I think it was very nice.