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Coordinator of interior works in Abacus GmbH
Leer- Niemcy, Poland
A graduate of the Gdańsk University of Technology, the Faculty of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology. She started her professional career in the maritime industry from student internship, and then working as an engineer in the DNV classification society. Then she gained experience in HG Solutions Sp. z o.o. dealing with the design, equipment and commissioning of electrical devices and systems on ships at the Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. She worked there as a technologist, building passenger ferries for the Canadian Shipowner. After completing these projects, she gained experience in the design office of the same company located in Gdynia, where she started working on a Ro-Ro ship project. then it was transferred directly to production in Gdańsk in order to take part in the construction and electrical equipment of superstructures there. Thanks to this treatment, she got to know the work of both a design office and production work. In the meantime, she started post-graduate studies at the Warsaw University of Technology to increase her theoretical knowledge of electrical engineering, and worked on a delegation in Norway, which was a start to gain experience outside Poland. For 3 years she has been living and working in Germany, where she had the opportunity to work on two shipyards, one in Flensburg and the other in Papenburg. Meyer Werft, because that is the name of the shipyard, for which he currently works, is one of the largest shipyards in Europe specializing in the construction of cruise ships. Here she works as a Coordinator of outfitting works for Abacus GmbH. Her current professional goal is the development of the company in which she is employed.