I have always been interested in engineering and management. When I graduated from National Research Nuclear University in Moscow in 2011 with two diplomas in Electronics and Automation and in Management and when I started my career as an electronics engineer in the aerospace industry in Russia I was always searching for opportunities of getting as much experience as I could to implement my expertise and get more. My curiosity pushed me to get into electronics devices development for aerospace and automotive domains from the ground up, including schematics, PCB and firmware development, development of test environment and software.
Later in the United States I was involved in a Formula 1 car module development project, where I was excited to get my first international and cross-cultural experience. When working for Mapper Lithography I started getting my qualifications in MEMS process development, products transfer from development to the production state and yield improvement. There I started my PMBoK Project Management, Lean Six Sigma and Risk Management studies.
No matter how this may sound,
I have always wanted to be an engineer who works for the benefit of humanity. And my future goal is to concentrate on cutting edge technologies to make things better.