I started at Ferroamp just after finishing my master studies in power electronics in the Netherlands. Since then I have done many different things, but right now I am team lead for power electronic products development, and my team and I are having a lot fun developing state of the art converters.
What I like about Ferroamp is that we are a relatively small R&D department with a very (very!) broad skill-set. Everything we do here is part of the Energyhub System, which includes power electronics, embedded systems (both RTOS and Linux based), applications, cloud infrastructure and front-end, and all these need to be productified and shipped to customers. Obviously I do not work with all of these, but being a small company we need to keep up with all development. So the best part of working at Ferroamp is that I am still learning every day!
On my days off I really like to be outdoors, biking. Any kind of bike is good for me: road, gravel, mountain bike or downhill! In winter, which I hope we can get proper ones back again soon, I like both XC and alpine skiing. When the weather does not allow, I like to read sci-fi books and watch TV shows.