Fellows

 

  • Bouali
  • PItsch
  • Vogl
  • Neguer1
  • Viarengo
  • Moro
  • Lembke
  • Schnäbele
  • LiJichao
  • Torhorst
  • ZhaoY
  • Teichmann
  • Berolatti
  • Krastel
  • Santoro
  • Wiederhirn
  • Enders
  • Ismail
  • Blanco
  • Sauterey
  • Croce
  • Perrodin
  • Galand
  • vanParys
  • Jasmin
  • Abouelseoud
  • Sivanesan
  • Eichenhofer
  • Nardiello
  • Giraudo
  • Clad
  • Pisnoli
  • Duriez
  • Bonomo
  • Schell
  • Dailloux
  • Richardot
  • Forni
  • Kukral
  • Wagner
  • Induti
  • Casasola
  • Giraudo
  • Lützkendorf
  • Schornbaum
  • vonMaessenhausen
  • Mina
  • Daly
  • Liu
  • Martini
  • Quilichini
  • ZhaoL
  • Mesch
  • Hebert
  • Patze
  • vonLoewenich
  • Breunig
  • Sebastian
  • Darmstadt
  • Röhrer
  • Gauthey
  • Cravero
  • Parlavecchio
  • Cairati
  • Furnari
  • Platte
  • Callewaert
  • Crino
  • Pfaff
  • Avdi
  • Ore
  • Trontin
  • Binder
  • Nehrkorn
  • Ballard
  • Plohotski
  • Braun
  • Bernal
  • Causero
  • Hauser
  • Alter
  • Mayer
  • Dangela
  • deNatale
  • Khakipoor
  • BoualiBaydir BOUALI

    ENS Cachan


    I grew up in Saint-Marcellin, where I was born in 1990, a town famous for the cheese of the same name. After two years of rigorous study in the fields of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry in Classe Préparatoire, I enrolled at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan in 2010. My studies focused on a wide array of topics in Fundamental and Applied Physics. During this two year period, I spent a semester at the University of California, San Diego, where microfluidics was my primary research topic. After completing my Undergraduate Degree, I obtained a Master Degree from Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris in condensed matter Physics, which has a variety of applications in the high-tech sector.

    After my studies, I sought to expand my skill-set by gaining experience in the professional world. This began with a six month internship as Cultural and Scientific Counsellor at the French Embassy in New Zealand, during which I significantly improved my project management and customer relations skills. After New Zealand, I undertook an internship at the Research & Development department at STMicroelectronics in Grenoble, a world leader in the production of semiconductors. My work focused on reliability problems resulting from the miniaturisation of components, specifically looking at transistors.

    I joined the MBA program at the Collège Des Ingénieurs to ascertain a comprehensive understanding of the business issues of today, along with the chance to develop my entrepreneurial skills. With its multicultural environment, high quality lessons, and a corporate project, which allows the students to put their skills into practice, Collège Des Ingénieurs offers me the perfect opportunity to realise my ambitious goals. In my spare time, I enjoy meeting with friends, travelling, doing sport, and more especially rugby

  • PitschManuel PITSCH

    Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Elektro- & Informationstechnik)

    Born 1988 in Saarbrücken in western Germany and mainly grown up in this area, I completed my Abitur (A-Levels) in 2008 at a technical orientated secondary school, where I was able to gain a short but crucial insight in the engineering sciences. This led to my decision to start a study at the faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) where I completed a Bachelor and a Master degree.

    My choice for the specialization was the energy sector as an important field for the industry worldwide and as well an industry with a huge change process at the moment, especially in Germany. During my studies I was able to gain a lot of practical experiences in different sectors in Germany and abroad. Internships, degree theses and jobs as research assistant gave me the chance to get insights in a various number of areas such as Automotive, Research, Energy & Utilities and Consulting.

    Driven through these experiences my interests in economical and management aspects started to grow. Therefore, after finishing my Master degree in 2014, I decided to start the MBA-Program at the Collège des Ingénieurs in order to be able to enlarge my knowledge in the various issues of company management and to get connected to motivated, talented and open minded young professionals in Europe.

    My company project takes place at Infineon in Ratisbon. Here I'm able to contribute my expertise in an energy related topic but also to develop my knowledge in controlling and productivity efficiency.

  • VoglVincent Fabien VOGL

    TU München

    I was born in Munich and raised in a bilingual (French-German) environment. After graduating from French high school in Munich I decided to study mechanical engineering at the Technical University of Munich specializing in medical technology and production management. Additionally I was able to expand my international horizon during a semester abroad in Australia, where I got first insights into subjects as marketing, finance and entrepreneurship. While studying I could gain practical experience due to various internships and working student positions in the areas of R&D and Supply Chain Management. Therefore I chose to do my master thesis at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland in cooperation with a wide range of Swiss and German OEMs and a focus on supply chain management. Getting to know new environments is a major motivator for me and pushed me to go abroad several times during my studies. All these experiences made me realize that besides technical expertise, management skills and business knowledge are essential in order to understand company processes and take strategic decisions. Therefore I chose to enroll for the MBA Program of Collège des Ingénieurs, as it provides me the unique opportunity to strengthen my management skills and economic understanding while applying and deepening the theoretical knowledge in corporate environment during my mission at Air Liquide Healthcare.

  • Neguer1Julia NEGUER

    Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS Ulm)

    Born in Bulgaria in 1987, my family immigrated to Israel when I was six years old. After high school, I did my obligatory military service in the Israeli Air Force. During my service I had the opportunity to lead a team of software developers, and realize I really enjoyed being a manager.  I worked another year as a software engineer at Elbit Systems before deciding to undertake a B.Sc in Biology – a field that has always fascinated me – in a new country. I thus moved to Paris and enrolled to the Paris XI University in 2009. Two years later, I was admitted to the Ecole Normale Supérieure where I finished my Bachelor's degree and continued to a M.Sc in Systems Biology and Genetics. During my academic studies, I was able to perform research internships in a variety of fields in Biology including Ecology, Developmental Biology and Evolution, both in France and in Australia. The MBA program offered by the CDI now allows me to complement my scientific expertise with business and management skills. Combining both worlds is what I'm looking forward to in my professional life.

  • ViarengoAlberto VIARENGO

    Politecnico di Torino, Master Degree in Automotive Engineering

    Born in Italy in 1990 with a passion for challenges, in 2009 I was admitted to the limited enrollment Bachelor Degree in Automotive Engineering at Politecnico di Torino, where I got graduated cum laude in 2012. Then I started a Master Degree, specializing in Management of Industrial Processes. During this period, I have been a fellow of the international excellence program Alta Scuola Politecnica (ASP). I attended Voluntaries Educational Programs in Leadership and Project Management to integrate the academic background. Later on, I become fond of Massive On-line Open Courses that give me the possibility to deepen topics as Entrepreneurship, Business Strategy and Start-up Engineering. I like to approach any problem in a structured way. I look for dynamic jobs, in a firm able to guide talents according to their individual attitude and creativity. Thanks to my multidisciplinary and international experience, I know how to work effectively and efficiently in team, proactively influencing the dynamics of the cooperation. The MBA program at Collége des Ingenièurs - SAFM gave me the possibility to fully understand how to behave professionally and how pursuing your passion is important. After work, I like to train hard, enhancing my determination and perseveration.

    Mission: I've been assigned to the R&D department at Pirelli Headquarter, working as Process Engineer. I performed data analysis on innovative equipment and I acted as interface between internal resources and suppliers

  • MoroAntonio MORO

    University of Padua, Master in Finance

    Financial consultant with proven analytical and problem solving skills acquired in a fast-paced environment with critical deadlines. Experienced in company valuation, strategic and financial planning.

    I was born in 1988 and raised in Padua (Italy), I enrolled at the University of Padua where in 2012 I got the Master Degree in Economics and Finance (cum laude). During the university period I studied at the Michigan School of Business (US), Glasgow University (UK) and the University of New South Wales (AU).

    I worked for 2 years in a consulting firm and I am now performing my mission at Exor SpA.

    I practice and teach karate at competitive level and in my spare time I like organizing TEDx conferences and travelling.
  • LembkeDr. Dominik LEMBKE

    EPF Lausanne (PhD Physik)

    I was born in Munich. I spent my 11th grade at an American high school close to Atlanta. After my Abitur, I completed my obligatory civil service. Following this important experience, I studied Physics at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich. During this time, I had the opportunity to stay abroad at the Lunds University in Sweden and the Columbia University in New York City. In parallel to my Physics Diploma (German equivalent to M.Sc.), I earned a degree in Technology Management from the Technical University of Munich. My academic achievements as well as my political activities were rewarded by scholarships of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Bavarian Elite Academy. I gathered practical experience at Truma GmbH, the European Space Agency, Solon Management Consulting and the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information. Besides, I participated in business plan competitions, winning the Ideas Stage of the Munich Business Plan Competition and the Award for the Best National Business Idea at the Heidelberger Innovation Forum. After my studies, I decided to deepen my expertise in science and technology by pursuing doctoral studies. I attended the Doctoral School of Physics at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and graduated end of 2014. Subject of my studies were field-effect transistors based on monolayers of molybdenite, one of the thinnest semiconducting materials known. Due to its molecular tenuity and large electronic bandgap, the material holds great promise for prospect extremely scaled, flexible and transparent electronic and optoelectronic devices. Attending the MBA program of Collège des Ingénieurs allows me to link my technical expertise with additional experience in business and management. The effective combination of these competences is crucial for the success of any technology company, especially in today's rapidly moving, competitive environment. My hobbies include politics, skiing and hiking.

  • SchnäbelePaul SCHNÄBELE

    Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Physik)

    I was born in 1989 in Berlin and grew up mainly in the Palatinate region near to the French border. In school my main interests were foreign languages, math and physics. I graduated from high school and was awarded prizes for my excellent achievements in physics and French. Being fascinated by the elegance of physical theories, especially those of quantum mechanics, I decided to pursue advanced studies in this direction. Thus, I started studying physics at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in 2008. For the time of my education I was granted a scholarship from the "Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst". I earned my Bachelor's degree in 2011. Continuing my studies in basic physics at the KIT, I also had the chance to study abroad at the EPFL in Lausanne. My main two fields of interest were experimental particle physics and theoretical condensed matter physics. Moreover, I have gained lots of experience with teaching as a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences in Karlsruhe and at the KIT. During the one year Master project I conducted research in the area of nanotechnology where I investigated the flow of an electrical current through single-atom and molecular junctions using ab initio simulation methods.

    I completed my Master studies by the end of 2014 and subsequently decided to join the Collège des Ingénieurs. The idea behind the CDI program that allows young engineers and scientists to bridge the gap between the technical and scientific world and the challenges in economy appealed to me ever since I became acquainted with this MBA program. For me it offers a unique chance to combine an elaborate training in business administration with a professional working experience.

    In my spare time I enjoy doing lots of sports (especially swimming). I like learning and improving my skills in foreign languages and I'm passionate about cooking.

  • LiJichaoJichao LI

    The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology

    Born in 1986 in Hebei Province, China. I obtained my bachelor degree in electronic information engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology. After that I continued my master's study at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology with a specialization in high data rate MIMO wireless communication. As a research based master student, I also worked as a research assistant and participated in several projects, through which I developed strong problem solving skills, quick learning ability and effective communication skills. After graduation, I joined Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute Company Limited (ASTRI), working on modern wireless communication system research and development.

    Strongly motivated by developing my business, management and leadership skills, I joint the MBA program at Collège des Ingénieurs in Sep. 2014, where we can develop our management and entrepreneurial skills in a multicultural environment. My mission is PGA efficiency project in Industrial Merchant Business Line, Air Liquide China.

    I speak fluent Chinese and English and have a basic knowledge of French (in progressing). In my spare time, I like doing sports (running, hiking, playing tennis, badminton and table tennis) and travelling.

  • TorhorstSebastian TORHORST

    Technische Universität München (Luft- & Raumfahrt) / Studienstiftung

    Born in 1987 in Bad Tölz/Germany, I graduated from high school in 2007. After a nine-month trip around the world followed six years of Bachelor & Master of Science Aerospace Engineering at the Technical University Munich (TUM). During this time, I had the chance to get a deep insight into physical and technical fundamentals, in particular of flight propulsion and aircraft design. In order to practice languages and get a broad education, I went abroad several times in form of an Erasmus semester in Lisbon/Portugal, semester thesis in Melbourne/Australia and six-month internship with Airbus in Toulouse/France. I gained further practical experience through internships with Bosch/Rexroth & Lufthansa Technik and through student jobs at Airbus, TUM and Bauhaus Luftfahrt. Besides sportive activities such as handball, kitesurfing & snowboarding, playing the trumpet in various orchestras and bands is always an integral part for me.

    During the master thesis on "Identification and evaluation of the potential of Prognostics and Health management in future civil aircraft" at the national aeronautics and space research centre of the Federal Republic of Germany (DLR), I gained first insights in economic relations within aviation. In order to widen my technical background to management & financial know-how and collect valuable work experience, I decided to join the Collège des Ingénieurs for the interactive MBA program. My project is with Lufthansa Technik in Hamburg in the area of engine lease where I get insight in operational and commercial benefits of spare engine pooling. The project and seminars give me the opportunity to apply and deepen my technical experience, but in particular broaden my horizon in terms of economic & management, strategy and innovation know-how for my future career path.

  • ZhaoYYufei ZHAO

    Shanghai Jiaotong University / University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

    I was born in China in August 1988. I achieved my Bachelor's Degree in Electronic Engineering from Shanghai Jiaotong University in 2011. In the same year, I was recommended to University of Chinese Academy of Sciences for a Master Degree until January 2014, and my research interest is adaptive optics wave front processing technology.

    During my study period, I had two internship experiences. I took part in a summer internship program in international cooperation department of ITER China in 2009. After that I became an intern in Accenture, responsible for supporting project consultant to communicate with clients and live training to end uses in a changing management program.

    In September 2014 I started as an MBA fellow at Collège des Ingénieurs in Paris, which provides me the opportunities to deal with business and management issues as well as the technical side. Combining both sides is what I'm looking forward to in my professional life. At the moment, I started my mission in Operations Control and Energy Management group of Large Industry department in Air Liquide China.

    In my spare time, I enjoy music, reading, and outdoors sports.

  • TeichmannLukas TEICHMANN

    Universität Stuttgart (Luft- & Raumfahrt)

    I was born in Stuttgart in 1989. After graduating from high school, where I chose science-orientated classes, I went to the University of Stuttgart to study aerospace engineering.

    During my time at university, I was working as a lecturer in mathematics at the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University and as research assistant at the Institute of Space Systems. Due to my enthusiasm for space I passed my student research project as well as my diploma thesis in space-related companies. Towards the end of my studies some friends and I decided to participate in an international competition on how to perform a manned Mars fly-by in the year 2018. We formed a team of more than 30 people and developed an interdisciplinary mission design. With this design we made it to the top 5 worldwide. As a result I was able to submit and present a paper on the shielding of space radiation to the International Astronautical Congress in Toronto for which I got a scholarship from the European Space Agency.

    I decided to take part at CDI's MBA-program because of the possibility to see additional points of view on engineers and their products in a short amount of time. It also is a great opportunity to meet a lot of interesting people and expand a professional network increasing the chances to find an attractive job at the interface of engineering and administration.

  • BerolattiPierre BEROLATTI

    Ecole Polytechnique / IPEF

    Born in Paris in 1990, I grew up in Burgundy. I graduated from Ecole Polytechnique where I studied Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. I decided to join the "Corps des Ponts, des Eaux et des Forêts", a two year public administration program to become a high-ranking civil servant. During my first year, I studied Material science and Mechanical engineering at Ecole des Ponts ParisTech. I joined the MBA at the Collège des Ingénieurs for my second year of training to get a better understanding of management and business issues.

    Among several professional experiences, I had the chance to work for Atos, a French IT company, during the London 2012 Olympic Games. Atos is responsible for the IT technology deployed during the Games. I was co-responsible of the North Greenwich Arena, the second largest venue of the Olympics.

    In 2013, I worked as a Research Assistant in the Microfluids laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. I designed micro pumps using smart fluids in an innovative robotics project.

    Pursuing my interest in negotiations between public services and private businesses, I am currently doing my mission in at SNCF Réseau where I work in a public–private partnership. I assist the Project Manager of SNCF Réseau in the negotiation process with the private company.

  • KrastelCarina KRASTEL

    Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) / Politecnico di Torino

    I was born near Frankfurt in Germany in 1986. I took part in a Double Bachelor Degree program obtaining a German and a Chinese Bachelor Degree in Building Energy Technology from the University of Applied Sciences in Erfurt and the Tongji University in Shanghai. Alongside my studies, I took part in a training during which I obtained a professional license as a plant mechanic in order to gain practical experience in the field. I have received a Double Master of Science Degree in Sustainable Energy Engineering (specialising in energy efficiency) from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Sweden and from Politecnico di Torino in Italy from where I graduated with cum laude in 2013. I wrote my Master thesis on 'Retro-Commissioning of Existing Buildings' with Arup Germany for which I worked afterwards for almost two years as a sustainability consultant, project engineer and project manager for the built environment. Before working at Arup, I have gained additional work experience in construction site supervision, project engineering for the built environment and energy demand and supply analysis for urban districts. In January 2015, I joined the Collège des Ingénieurs in order to broaden my skills on business related topics such as finance, marketing and business strategy. Furthermore, I hope to deepen my knowledge in the fields of environmental business and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy development. I enjoy experiencing different cultures and highly value the experiences I obtained living in countries such as China, USA, Sweden and Italy. In my free time, I enjoy rock-climbing, running, snowboarding, surfing, learning languages and spending time with friends.

  • SantoroIlaria SANTORO

    University of Salerno, Industrial & Management Engineering Degree

    Born in 1988, I raised in the South of Italy (Salerno). By spending the major part of my childhood in the family company, I have always been passionate about the industrial world. It was a natural choice to undertake an engineering educational path. I enrolled at the Salerno University to follow the Bachelor & Master Degree in Management Engineer. Graduated in February 2013, I finished my Master Degree by the project in surgical robot in Ireland. This experience put me in contact with a highly multicultural environment, and allowed me to cope with new scientific fields.

    The discovery of the lean management during my master degree and the desire to have my first job experience in a sector where high standards and quality are the keywords, led me to the main workshop of GUCCI, Flora S.R.L.

    In charge of synchronization of the suppliers for the Woman's Shoes Business Unit of GUCCI, I was managing the raw materials flow for the workshop, in order to improve the production results of the Flora Company.

    Really self-demanding, I always want to improve my skills and set myself very high standards. This is a reason why I decided to join the MBA program at Collège des Ingénieurs – SAFM, with which I have the opportunity to improve several skills such as leadership and management.

    In closing, I enjoy going to swim, recently also gymnastic artistic and produce natural beauty products. Passionate by Human culture, I would like to learn other languages.

    Mission:  I have been assigned to the Super Precision Bearing department in Pianezza (Torino) in order to supply the 2020 strategic plan for the whole Super Precision Bearing Business Line.

  • WiederhirnValentin WIEDERHIRN

    Ecole des Ponts ParisTech

    Born in 1991, I grew up in Paris and Zürich. After two years of "classes préparatoires" in Lyon, I entered the École des Ponts ParisTech – a French top engineering school –in 2011, where I acquired a broad scientific knowledge and obtained a master's degree in civil engineering and construction. Apart from my academic record I have been working for one year as a Structural Engineer in Stuttgart Germany, where I have participated to the design and the modeling of bridges using software application for finite element analysis.

    I joined the Collège des Ingénieurs MBA in September 2014 to acquire valuable management tools that I would apply in a business environment. Currently, I am performing my mission in the Yield Management department at the SNCF, a company which provides long-distance and high-speed rail transport. My consulting assignment aims at finding new KPI's by means of data processing and business reports analyzing in order to improve our way piloting the business.

  • EndersDr. Mirja ENDERS

    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (PhD Organic Chemistry)

    I was born in 1987 in a small town near Koblenz, Germany. During a six months guest stay in Tuam, Ireland, I discovered my passion for natural sciences. Having passed my high school diploma, I therefore started to study chemistry at university of Bonn and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). I specialized in organic chemistry with an internship at BASF SE, where I worked on the optimization of lead structures for fungicides.

    It was this experience, that made me realize how important it is to be more than just a good researcher when you want to make a career in the chemical industry. As I then heard about the possibility to obtain an MBA parallel to my PhD studies, it was a natural consequence for me to apply.

    Joining the program "Science & Management" was the perfect choice. On the one hand, I was able to foster my scientific education, working on various synthetic projects in the field of catalysis during my PhD studies at KIT. On the other hand, I attended the classes at CDI for some weeks per year to receive a general management education and to broaden my horizon. Fascinated especially by the strategy courses, I therefore decided to take a short break from my PhD and to do another internship, this time at Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, where I supported our client to launch an entirely new product into a not yet existing market.

    Having finished my PhD studies in October 2014, I was happy to be offered a mission in the procurement strategy department of Evonik Industries in Hanau. This position gives me the opportunity to combine my scientific knowledge with my interest for strategy.

    In my free time, I like to play tennis and volleyball as well as cooking and travelling.

  • IsmailDr. Mahmoud ISMAIL

    TU München (Computational Biomechanics PhD)

    Born in 1986 in Lebanon, I graduated in 2003 with a Lebanese Baccalaureate in Life Sciences. I then enrolled at the Rafic Hariri University and graduated in 2006 with a BSc with high distinction in Mechatronics Engineering.

    My wish to gain international exposure and be closer to the cutting edge technology motivated me to pursue my master studies in Computational Mechanics at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). Parallel to my studies at TUM, I was accepted at the Bavarian Graduate School of Computation Engineering (BGCE) of the Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB). After completing my master studies with honours, I was offered a place at the Institute of Computational Mechanics at the TUM. There I completed my doctoral studies with summa cum laude in the field of Computational Pulmonary and Cardiovascular Mechanics.

    In 2014 I joined CDI to lay the foundation for a successful managerial career in today's high tech world. Currently, I am positioned at Infineon AG in the operations and process optimization of Infineon's material life cycle.

    In my free time, I enjoy traveling, climbing, trail running, mountain biking, long hikes, a good read and cooking.

  • BlancoJuan BLANCO ACEBES

    Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / Technische Universität München

    Born in 1990 in Barcelona, I moved at a young age to Madrid, where I graduated from the Lycée Français de Madrid. After high school, I started studying mechanical Engineering at the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid and four years later I enrolled in a double degree program, completing my studies with distinction at the Technische Universität München.
    During my time in Germany I completed several internships. Among others, I worked at the electromobility department of MAN Truck & Bus, where I developed a tool for patent analysis. Looking for new challenges, I accepted an internship at BMW for improving the energetic infrastructure of production plants. Afterwards I wrote my Master thesis in BMW about energy efficiency and flexibility in the automobile production.
    Simultaneously to my studies, I have participated in a two year management program for students organised by the IESE Business School. This gave me the chance to meet top managers from the industry and confront real business issues. That was the moment it became obvious to me that the regular education in engineering does not fulfil the needs that a manager position in the actual globalised world demands. A solid technical background should be completed with acute business acumen along with excellent soft skills such as multicultural teamwork, communication and leadership. That is the reason why I joined the Collège des Ingénieurs MBA Program.
    In my spare time I love playing the violin, which has become one of my biggest passions. Starting at the age of 8, I have taken part in different string quartets and international orchestras, where I have played as a concertmaster for several years. I also like practicing sports such as squash or football and reading about psychology in order to get a deeper understanding of the human nature.

  • SautereyArnaud SAUTEREY

    Ecole Polytechnique / Ecole des Ponts ParisTech

    I was born in 1989 in Chartres (France) which I left for Paris right after high school. I then entered Ecole Polytechnique – a top science/engineering French school – where I acquired a broad scientific knowledge. After three years I joined Ecole des Ponts to specialize in mechanical engineering, and followed courses in nuclear science in CEA. Along these years I acted as treasurer for an association taking care of mentally disabled people, which was a deep human experience.

    The internships I did during these academic years have been great opportunities to determine my path and to meet new challenges. It started with eight months in the French army, training new recruits the basics of military jobs. Then 2 months in Japan where I was immersed in a local company, discovering a whole different culture and apprehending multicultural teamwork. Finally I worked during six months in DCNS (French naval company) on regulation issues for an innovative project of subsea nuclear reactor. This enriching experience gave me the taste for industrial projects and business in general, leading me to attend the CDI MBA program. In my free time, I play basket-ball, newly practice martial arts and read various sorts of comic books.

  • CroceAntonello CROCE

    Politecnico di Torino, Environmental Engineering

    I was born in Avezzano (AQ) in 1989. After attending a science high school, I decided to enroll at Politecnico di Torino where in 2011 I got a bachelor degree in environmental engineering and in 2013 a master degree, specializing in Geotechnical and Mining areas. During the master degree I had two study experiences abroad. I spent one year participating in the Erasmus exchange program in Spain, at the Politecnica de Madrid and I developed my master thesis joining the Practicum Exchange Program, at the University of New South Wales of Sydney, Australia. Throughout my studies, I have had different work experiences both in Italy and abroad. In particular I worked as IT collaborator at ITHACA and as teaching assistant at Politecnico di Torino. The positions I have held have enabled me to acquire the capabilities to collaborate with different figures and to work in highly professional teams, gaining excellent analytical and problem solving skills. Over the last years I also developed a deep interest on economics and business topics, and I had the opportunity to improve my skills in leadership and management, working with people from different backgrounds and in international environments. I  like  to  practice  sports and travel. I practiced athletic at a competitive level for 9 years, with significant results at the national level. I joined the MBA program at Collége des Ingenièurs - SAFM to learn those techniques and skills to become a qualified manager in the international panorama.

    Mission: I've been assigned to the sustainability and process development department at SKF. I am working on a global project of the company regarding: energy efficiency, cost energy reduction and energy procurement.

  • PerrodinPierre PERRODIN

    ENS Paris / UPMC /PhD

    I was born in France in 1986 in France near Paris. After having attended a preparatory class in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, I entered in 2007 the Ecole Normale Supérieure where I studied chemistry, with a specific focus on theoretical and physical chemistry.

    I obtained a Master degree in analytical, physical and theoretical chemistry, and decided to pursue a four years PhD in electrochemistry at ENS in Paris. My PhD research was focused on study of integration of microelectrodes in microfluidic channels.  During my work, I used both theoretical and experimental approaches, and obtained results by numerical calculation confirming by experiments. Thus I developed a new 3D numerical model, and a totally new microfluidic device allowing the use of confocal microscopy.  Outside the lab, I gave lectures in several fields of chemistry at UPMC, for three years.

    I was then selected to join the "Collège des Ingénieurs", to which I had applied with the aim to acquire new business and management skills in a high profile international MBA. My mission as a junior consultant at Air Liquide.

    In my free time I am a very passionate of cooking, like to do sport and enjoying traveling.

  • GalandVincent GALAND

    Harvard University / Cranfield University / Grenoble School of Biotechnology

    Interested in science, technology and management, I followed a multidisciplinary educational path at Harvard University, Cranfield University, the University of California in San Diego and Grenoble-Alpes University's School of Biotechnology, where I concentrated in regenerative medicine, cancer biology and biomedical engineering.

    Though my experiences in cancer and stem cell research were intellectually rewarding, I developed growing interests in international relations and business development, which led me to work at the French Embassy in Poland as a Science and Technology Deputy Officer. In 2012 and 2013, I developed and strengthened scientific and technological international partnerships between France and Poland at regional and national level, but also at a global level with other representatives of countries from European Union.

    In 2014, before joining the CDI, I volunteered at the Association des Guides et Scouts d'Europe as a project manager, to plan a pilgrimage on the road to Santiago de Compostella, dealing with 500 pilgrims and organising the work of a 15 persons team.

    I joined the Collège des Ingénieurs MBA in January 2015 with the objective of gaining the management, entrepreneurial and leadership skills necessary to gain higher responsibilities. I am currently doing my consulting mission in Corporate Strategy within the Safran University. My aim is to implement the Safran Leadership Model throughout the Group, especially France, China and America.

  • vanParysMarc VAN PARYS

    Supelec / Institut Français du Pétrole

    Born in Paris in 1990, I joined the French engineering school of Supelec in 2010. There, I studied electrical engineering, computer science and signal processing. After two years, I entered the Master of Petroleum Geosciences of IFP School and specialized in geophysics, environmental and geopolitical issues. Concurrently, I followed an apprenticeship program with CGG, a major oil prospector company, and worked in their R&D department. I took part in two main R&D projects: the first one aiming at improving the shale gas detection techniques, the other one at increasing the precision of the vibrators (the trucks generating the seismic signal). During the second part of my apprenticeship, I also designed tools to allow experience sharing from closed oil prospection missions. I discovered during those two years how fascinating the world of oil and gas was, and how thrilling its future might be. I graduated of both Supelec and IFP School in 2014. I joined the CDI to develop my managerial skills and to acquire competencies on business topics in order to quickly be able to take leading positions in great energy provider companies.

    My mission as a junior consultant at VitalAire (Air Liquid Group) is a great opportunity for me to learn more about project management and to discover the health business, a key sector of tomorrow.

    During my free time, I am working as a supervision and leadership advisor for one of the big boy scouts movement in France. I also enjoy traveling and practicing sports.

  • JasminOlivier JASMIN

    École nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ParisTech)

    Born in 1990 in Gouvieux, 50 kilometers far from Paris, I joined the École des Ponts, one of the top French engineering schools, in 2011 after an intensive preparation in mathematics and physics.

    There, I chose to specialize in Management, Economics and Finance, developing a strong knowledge in both world economic stakes and corporate finance concepts. I was also very engaged in the associative life as President of the Junior-Enterprise, where I had to manage a team of about 30 people. I was also part of the national confederation as an auditor of other Junior-Enterprises.

    In 2013, I work during a six-month internship in Ernst & Young, where I was part of the Project Finance team as a consultant. I implemented complex financial models in order for investors or public entities to value their opportunities. I worked for instance on the financial structuration of highways, ports, prisons and sport centers.

    After that, I achieved another six-month internship in a Private Equity investment fund named Activa Capital. I took part in the screening of investment opportunities where I especially studied health and retail industry. I also follow existing participations and took part in the fundraising of the new vehicle.

    I joined the Collège des Ingénieurs in September 2014 in order to get a wilder vision on the business word and to enhance my managerial skills. I am currently undertaking my mission in Air Liquide, where I am in charge of the financial controlling of an IT transformation program.

    I am also very keen on playing handball and running.

  • AbouelseoudDalia ABOUELSEOUD

    TU München (Elektro- & Informationstechnik)

    Born and raised in Egypt in 1987, I graduated from the German School "Deutsche Schule der Borromäerinnen" in Cairo after receiving the German Abitur in 2005. I then decided to follow my passion for physics and math and studied Electronics Engineering at the American University in Cairo. During my time at the university I have participated in several extracurricular activities and held leadership positions in academic projects. Through summer internships, I have gotten exposure to a variety of industries including; Telecommunication, Oilfield service multinationals like Schlumberger and the Automation and Drives sectors at specialized companies like Siemens. In 2010 I received my bachelor's degree in Electronics Engineering with Highest Honors. I also completed a minor in Business Administration that allowed me to develop my management and business skills. Upon graduation, I worked at TERADATA in Cairo for 17 months as a Remote Technical Support Engineer where I have learnt about data warehousing and gained problem-solving experience.

    In 2012 I decided to expand my knowledge in the field of Renewable Energy and started my master degree in Electronics Engineering in the Technical University Munich (TUM). I had received a scholarship from the "Heinrich Boell Stiftung" which allowed me to finance my accommodation in Germany. I completed the masters program in 2014 with a master thesis that focused on the Effects of the Electricity Fluctuations Caused by the Renewable Energy on the German Grid. During my studies I worked in a company called "epm" where I got exposure to the economic aspects of the field of Renewable Energy through preparing feasibility studies for new projects and managing on-going ones.

    After my graduation I joined the MBA Program in the "Collège des Ingénieurs" to gain practical experience as well as enhance my management and business skills. Currently I am doing my mission in Daimler where I work on the fuel cell project.

  • SivanesanDr. Narendiran SIVANESAN

    FAU Erlangen (Mathematik, Promotion), Studienstiftung

    I was born on the 20th of May 1986 in Backnang in Germany. After obtaining my high school diploma in 2005, I started to study mathematics with minor philosophy at the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg. After obtaining my prediploma ("Vordiplom"), I changed my minor subject to theoretical physics, in order to investigate the application of mathematical models and methods in the natural sciences. In 2009, I spent a semester at the École normale supérieure in Lyon to become acquainted with the french culture and language. I finished my studies in 2010 with a thesis in abstract algebra.

    The same year I moved to the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg to work on my PhD thesis.

    By carrying out independent research in the area of representation theory of Kac-Moody algebras as

    well as by tutoring and giving lectures to students, I could satisfy my natural scientific curiosity and hone my teaching skills. This phase strongly shaped my approach to problems and the way I communicate complex issues appropriately to any kind of audience.

    I decided to join the CDI after completing my PhD to smoothen the transition from working in academia to working in a business environment. The combination of theoretical foundations taught by renowned professors and CEOs and practical experiences gained in leading firms was pivotal in choosing this MBA programme.

  • EichenhoferMartin EICHENHOFER

    ETH Zürich, Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes

    I am a mechanical engineer specialized in structural mechanics, lightweight design and composite materials.

    Born and raised on a farm in the southern part of Germany, I inherently had a strong affiliation with engineering and natural science. In summer 2014 I received a Master of Science degree in mechanical engineering from ETH Zurich. During my academic time I worked for several companies and institutions, including ZF Friedrichshafen (Germany), MTU (Germany), ZF NAO (USA), TOX (USA), University of Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten (Germany), University of Zurich (Switzerland) and ETH Zurich (Switzerland). I personally see the combination of theoretical academics together with hands-on experience, inter alia abroad, as an essential skillset in a globalized world. In this period I also developed a new self-locking brake mechanism and a 3D-Composite printing technique. Both are patented and patent pending technologies. The groundwork for those technologies built my own semester projects, as well as my Bachelor and Master thesis.

    I always understood myself as a person with a strong interest in creating and developing things. Grown up in a family with inherently entrepreneurial spirit, the Collège des Ingénieurs seemed to be the ideal candidate program to complement my previous academic background. The program offers a unique environment to further broaden my intercultural understanding and at the same time providing the business vocabulary to succeed in the fast-paced world of today. Participating in a product development team of Henkel at their Munich facility, my mission provides me the opportunity to be a business oriented innovator and simultaneously tackling challenges in procurement, marketing and sales.

  • NardielloYari NARDIELLO

    Politecnico di Torino, MSc in Management Engineering

    Born in Turin in 1989, I started my studies at Politecnico di Torino. Thanks to a scholarship awarded in 2009 I've been admitted to a triple degree program between my Home University, Politecnico di Milano and Tongji University. This gave me the opportunity to live two years in Shanghai where besides experiencing an highly multicultural environment, I studied Chinese language at Fudan University, I did an internship at Ferrero and I graduated at the three universities. I continued my studies at Politecnico di Torino, attending the Master degree in Management Engineering. In this period I pursued my passion for innovation and business following an Entrepreneurship course, joining a startup (Stone Mobile) and supporting two non profit organizations. I wrote my final thesis at Procter & Gamble dealing with International Trade. I joined the MBA offered by Collège des Ingénieurs – SAFM to deepen my management and soft skills in an international and challenging environment.

    Mission: Currently doing my MBA mission at Nestlé in Milan, supporting an integration project with Nestlé Purina.

  • GuernieriMarco GUERNIERI

    Master in Computer engineering, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

    Born in Turin Italy in 1985, following my passion for technology and innovation I enrolled at Politecnico di Torino where in 2011 I got the master degree in Computer engineering.
    I am currently working as senior developer into R&D area in Reply s.p.a. a big company based in Turin. We work on founded projects at European and national level, dealing with technology design, development, integration and deployment.
    I have so many hobbies varying from sports to comedy, and this year I graduated in a three-year theatre school based on standup comedy and cabaret.
    I  joined  the  MBA  program  at  Collége  des  Ingenièurs  SAFM  to  improve  my  skills  in  economics, strategy, business administration and finance.
  • CladLars CLAD

    KTH & NTNU (MSc. Sustainable Energy Engineering), University of Freiburg (BSc. MEMS-Engineering)

    I was born in 1986 in Freiburg, Germany. Together with my six siblings I grew up bilingual (German/Norwegian) in a large family. After graduating from high school and nine months of alternative service I studied Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) Engineering at University of Freiburg. This field of engineering was especially thrilling to me due to its interdisciplinarity and the vast range of application areas of MEMS.

    After graduating in fall 2010 I was eager to go abroad and did a three months IAESTE-internship in Bangkok. Being the only foreigner in a company with 30 Thai employees, I assisted the company owner with the design of new packing machines for the food industry.

    Looking for new challenges and following my fascination for energy harvesting and my interest for other cultures I did my master in Sustainable Energy Engineering within the Nordic Five Tech program in Sweden and Norway. Due to the international framework of this program based on the cooperation of six universities in five countries I got the opportunity to deepen my knowledge specifically in my areas of interest. During the second year of my master I was supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with an annual scholarship and graduated 2013 with a double degree from KTH and NTNU.

    Sustainable solutions do not only need to be technically feasible but also economically appealing. This is why I joined the CDI in order to gain more knowledge in economy and management skills, for being able to manage projects holistically.

    Besides my studies I was involved in the international student organization IAESTE in Sweden and Norway. Additionally I was very active in sports throughout my youth. I was member of the German National Team in Roller Skating, participated in European and World Championships and was elected Sportsman of the Year 2009 of city Freiburg.

    In my spare time I love to travel, snowboard, to go sailing or kite-surfing.

  • PisnoliAlex PISNOLI

    Polytechnic of Turin, MSc. Automotive Engineering

    I was born in 1989 in Monfalcone (GO), Italy. At the age of 3 I began practicing Artistic Gymnastic, sport that tough me the meaning of being relentless, determined, and of being part of a team. When I was 15, I have been selected for the Junior Italian Team of Artistic Gymnastic and I relocated in Milan, where I lived for 2 years. In 2008, moved by my curiosity for technic and the passion for automobiles, I enrolled in automotive Engineering, at the Polytechnic of Turin. In 2011, I enrolled to the international MSc in Automotive Engineering at polytechnic of Turin (course completely tough in English). During this last experience, I spent a semester in Germany at the RWTH Aachen. I graduated in March 2014 with a thesis about project management, written during a 6-month job experience in Bologna at Automobile Lamborghini SpA. In April 2014 I started my new job in Fiat Chrysler Automobiles as an Engine Calibration engineer, up to September 2014, when I began the MBA Collège des Ingénieurs Italia in SAFM, with the objective to develop and complete my skills and competences, in a challenging international environment.

    I regularly find some time to dedicate to physical activities and to practicing in playing my acoustic guitar. I like to reading book and going out with my friends.

    Mission: SKF Manufacturing Engineering Department: development if an innovative manufacturing operation.

  • DuriezHenry DURIEZ

    Ecole des Ponts ParisTech

    Born in 1991 in Lille, north of France, I entered in 2011 the Ecole des Ponts et Chaussées, a French top engineering school, after two years of mathematics and physics in Classes Préparatoires. After having deepened my scientific knowledge, I decided to broaden my area of expertise by specializing in economics and finance. In addition to this academic background I completed three internships. The first one was a 3 months research internship in a Spanish laboratory specialized in statistics. During the second one I worked during 6 months as a project manager for Réseau Ferré de France, the French rail network owner and manager. I had to coordinate different actors to solve technical, financial and juridical issues. The last internship (6 months) gave me the opportunity to work for AREVA, the French nuclear company, in Beijing at the head office of the Asia-Pacific region. During this experience I developed skills in strategy and marketing in a very stimulating region of the world.

    I follow this year the MBA program at the Collège des Ingénieurs to acquire profound skills in business and management. In parallel, as a junior consultant at Air Liquide in the Corporate Strategy team, I develop a solid understanding of the challenges that such a big company has to face.

    During my free time, I follow a course of Art History at the school of the Louvre Museum and I attend philosophy lessons. When the weather is good I enjoy sailing in Brittany, England and Netherlands.

  • BonomoJoseph Mathieu BONOMO

    La Sapienza / Politecnico di Torino/ KTH Stockholm

    I was born in France in 1989. After spending the first years of my life in France, I moved to Italy.  This moving allowed me to gain the double nationality and to be bilingual in Italian and French since I was a child. After the classical studies in Latina's High School, I moved to Rome and I enrolled at Mechanical Engineering at La Sapienza's University. Although my passion for scientific subjects, during the Bachelor, I realized that my biggest interest for my professional career was to become a manager. This is the reason why I decided to attend the Master of Science in Management Engineering at the Polytechnic of Turin, where I had the opportunity to combine my scientific vocation with my interest in management and economics. The Erasmus program at the Stockholm's Royal Institut of Technology KTH (Sweden) allowed me to develop leadership and relational skills in an international environment thanks to several project with people from different countries. I have always been result-oriented and strongly committed to my studies. In fact, after finishing all my master's exams in a year and a half, I was selected among the best students of the Polytechnic through the "Fiat likes you" project in order to carry out my master thesis in the "Manufacturing Investment & Initiatives controlling" department of Fiat Group Automobiles.

    After the master graduation, I continued to work in Fiat Group Automobiles at the beginning in the Finance office of Mirafiori Transmission Plant and then in the "Strategies & Planning" department as Junior Consultant of Altran Italia SpA.

    I am currently living a stimulating experience at the Collège des Ingénieurs of Paris in a multicultural and dynamic environment putting into practice flexibility, leadership andenthusiasm for my studies and my CDI mission in Safran. In the latter, I'm in charge of the Participative Innovation and of the Safran Innovation Awards 2015.

    During my spare time I like travelling, listening to music, reading, going to the gym, meeting friends and playing theatre. I am fluent in French, English and Italian.

  • SchellKatrin SCHELL

    TU Clausthal (Maschinenbau)

    Born in Stade in 1988, I was early interested in technology and foreign countries. Therefore I decided to spend the 11th year at the Colégio Tecnico Nacional de Asunción, Paraguay.

    After finishing highschool I started to study at Clausthal University of Technology because of its industry-oriented research and its partnerships with international universities. Accordingly, I did a university semester abroad at Universidad de Guadalajara, México. During my studies I specialized in combustion engines and tribology through lectures, research assistant jobs and assignments. I chose these majors because I think it is important to find sustainable solutions regarding fuel consumption and exhaust emissions for existing technologies like e.g. heavy duty engines. In order to acquire practical experience I did an internship at Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation in Tokyo and I accomplished my Diploma Thesis at Rolls Royce Power Systems AG in Friedrichshafen.

    I my free time I do volunteer work for the Femtec.Alumnae Association, a career network which supports women in technical and engineering working fields, where I participate in the work of the organization through managing the PR-group and contributing to different projects promoting the association's concerns. Furthermore, I like to go on sightseeing trips and do sports, especially running and skiing.

    I enjoy taking part in the CDI Program very much because it offers the opportunity to get a more profound insight into professional decisions and political economics. Additionally, I appreciate to gain experience in the non-technical areas of a company and to learn how to operate successfully in business environments in the future.

  • DaillouxFrançois DAILLOUX

    Ecole des Ponts ParisTech

    I entered École des Ponts in 2011, a top engineering school in France, located in the East Suburbs of Paris, where my major was Mechanical Engineering.

    I did a one-year internship in PSA Peugeot Citroen. My job was to design the power-train of a racing vehicle, for the Roll'n Start Cup, a new automotive competition.

    Near the end of my internship, I still didn't know what I wanted to do. So I applied to CDI to change perspective and get some new skills. I was also attracted by the opportunity to meet new talented people from across Europe.

    I am currently doing my mission for a local public institution near Paris, which is «data science» oriented.

    My personal interest include motorbikes, skiing, painting and all the enjoyable things of life.

  • RichardotNicolas RICHARDOT

    AgroParisTech – Université Paris Sorbonne

    Born in Paris, I graduated from AgroParisTech, the Paris Institute of Technology for Life and Environmental Sciences, where I received a complete overview on the challenges that the world is facing in regards to agriculture, the food industry, and environmental issues. I also completed a degree in geography at the University of Paris Sorbonne to pursue my interest in studying the impact of geography on life science issues.  As a result of these studies, I completed a mission in Sri Lanka where I performed fieldwork.

    In 2013, I worked as an intern at the French Ministry of Ecology and Sustainable Development, where I participated in the development of public policy to improve the water quality for shellfish farming, which had sanitary, social and economic impacts. After my 3rd year major in innovation and management, I had the opportunity to spend 6 months at Air Liquide where I was project manager of a cross-functional global team in charge of improving the business model for Air Liquide's cryogenic food offer. This rich experience encouraged me to pursue my MBA at the Collège des Ingénieurs to improve my leadership skills as either an entrepreneur in my own company or a top manager in an international company. I am currently working with the Air Liquide Healthcare World Business Line on the design of a business model for a strategic program dealing with chronic diseases and e-health.

    I like to spend my free time with friends, playing tennis, swimming, hiking and travelling.

  • ForniAlessandra FORNI

    Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC, USA (M.A. in International Economics and Relations) &  Universita' di Bologna "Alma Mater" (Doctor cum Laude in International Law )

    My academic path was first driven by my interest in legal studies, thus I decided to pursue a Juris Doctor degree in international law at the School of Law in Bologna, where I graduated in 2010. During this five-years program, I was awarded a scholarship at the University of California Los Angeles, where I carried out research projects for my final thesis. I then worked at the United Nations in New York, where I had the opportunity to interact in a multicultural environment. In 2012 I embarked in a two-years Master of Arts in International Economics and Relations at the Johns Hopkins University in Washington DC, to strengthen my understandings of economics and shape my open-minded attitude.  After graduating, I joined Pelliconi & C. Spa - a leading multinational company - where I deepened managerial and leadership skills, being in charge of the legal department while also advising the board on the development and strategic growth of the group's international business. In my free time, I enjoy travelling, watching and practicing sports, and looking for fashion trends. Since September 2014, I have been attending the MBA at College des Ingenieurs – SAFM.

    Mission: I am currently performing my mission as Consultant at the Boston Consulting Group in Milan, Italy.

  • KukralChristoph KUKRAL

    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Technische Universität München (TUM)

    My passion is to combine technical development with an entrepreneurial attitude.

    After growing up in the heart of Bavaria, I went to Karlsruhe to study Mechanical Engineering at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). In 2012 I graduated with my Bachelor's degree and moved on to the Technische Universität München (TUM) to do my Master's in Mechanical Engineering & Management. I have always been keen on living in other countries. Therefore I took the opportunities to study one semester abroad at University of Bath and to attend a Summer School at the Beijing Institute of Technology to improve my Chinese language skills.

    I have always been interested in the latest technical developments and megatrends, so I've chosen topics in the fields of E-Mobility, Open Innovation and Smart Factory for my student projects and my thesis.  In order to gain practical experience, I did an internship with Shanghai Volkswagen. In this Mega City I learned how to work in an international environment, where different cultures come together. I designed car seats for the Chinese market in a team of Chinese and German engineers. The experiences in Shanghai motivated me to focus more on mobility in Mega Cities. In my Bachelor thesis I developed a concept for a battery of an electric powertrain of a car. With the know-how I gained there I was able to work for the BMW Group in the R&D department for battery development. There I was designing the battery cooling system for electric vehicles, like the i3 or i8.

    Joining CDI would now afford me the chance to acquire profound knowledge of business and management skills, as well as further industry insights within an international environment.

  • WagnerDr. Andreas WAGNER

    Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Informatik, Promotion)

    I was born and raised in Bruchsal (Germany). After my high school diploma, I started my studies in "Information Engineering and Management" at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). In 2009, I obtained my Master degree in those studies with excellent results.

    With a research career in mind, I continued as a Ph.D. student in computer science at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. During my Ph.D. studies, I focused on data management, data analysis, and data integration problems. I applied my research in two large-scale German industry projects, which aimed at a national Smart Grid/Traffic infrastructure. More specifically, I addressed data management and analysis issues in the Smart Grid/Traffic domain. I finished my Ph.D. in June 2014 with an excellent grade.

    In order to broaden my horizon and to obtain knowledge in the fields of business administration/management, I started the MBA program at the Collège des Ingénieurs in Paris. At the same time, I am a junior consultant and Lufthansa AG in Frankfurt, where I work at data integration and data analysis architectures for the aerospace domain.

    I my spare time I enjoy running, hiking, and skiing.

  • IndutiMarco INDUTI

    Politecnico di Ancona, MSc in Automation Engineering

    Born in San Benedetto del Tronto (AP) the 7th August 1985, since I was young I've been fascinated by science and engineering and, driven by this passion, I decided to attend firstly a technical secondary school and then I enrolled the Polytechnic University of Ancona where I achieved my MSc in Automation Engineering. Not yet graduated, I refused a phd opportunity and I worked in different job positions for Mobilpref, a woodworking company, where I understood the fundamentals of a manufacturing company. Despite the good job position achieved, I felt the need to improve my soft skills and my international experiences and so I moved to Australia, where I lived for a year and half, looking for new challenging opportunities in a culturally different environment. Once back in Italy I straight applied for the MBA course at CDI, pushed by the desire to start a managerial career and, in the same time, I worked for an engineering company, specialized in electronic design and automation. At the moment I'm collaborating with SKF. I'm an open-mind, cheerful and sociable person, I love travelling, sports in general and photography.

    Mission: SKF - Villar Perosa Factory, Turin, ITALY. ICR (Integrated cost reduction) project management in the Railway & Off highway Business Unit.

  • CasasolaAlessandro CASASOLA

    University of Padua, MSc Computer Engineering

    Born in Latisana (UD) Italy in 1989, following my passion for Information Technology I enrolled at Computer Engineering at the University of Padua (Italy). In 2010 I achieved the Bachelor Degree in Computer Engineering, then I continued my studies obtaining the Master Degree in Computer Engineering in 2012. Being fascinated by Information Security topics I applied and selected for the Secure Web Applications ERASMUS program thanks to which I went to the Munich University of Applied Sciences, in Germany. As I desired to complete the entire academic career before start working, I immediately obtained the Engineering State Exam Certification at the Ordine degli Ingegneri di Padova. In December 2012 I was hired at Deloitte ERS consulting firm, in Milan. This experience, lasted for almost 2 years, allowed me to develop strong analytical and problem solving techniques working first as Information Security risks auditor then as advisor. The international background of the company and the challenging environment led me to develop a solid and resilient working method and many professional skills. In my free time I like to play sports and travel mostly outside Italy, where I can discover new places and cultures. I joined the MBA program at Collége des Ingenièurs - SAFM to widen my skills in economics and business management. Mission: I am carrying out my mission in Reda Rewoolution marketing office. My tasks include marketing strategy, retailers support, events and athletes sponsorships.

  • GiraudoMatteo Giacomo GIRAUDO

    Politecnico di Torino, MSc Energy and Nuclear Engineering (Industrial)

    I was born in Alba (Cuneo) on November 1987 and in 2011 I obtained my Master degree cum laude in Energy and Nuclear Engineering at Politecnico di Torino (Italy). In 2012 I joined General Motors in Turin, where I worked in close cooperation with GM US in the diesel engine department. After one year, I decided to move in Paris (France) to join the Areva Group doing business in international projects as UK, China and Turkey. In particular I was focused on EPC project management, technical analysis and training for the most important players in the energy sector.

    On September 2014, I joined the Collège des Ingénieurs-SAFM MBA program to develop and improve my economic and managerial skills; in addition, I took this decision with the purpose to broaden my professional opportunities and to develop a high level extended network of colleagues. I like travelling and I practice a lot of sports, in particular ski and tennis.

    Mission: I am doing my mission as a consultant at SKF Group, in the sealing solution business unit, focusing on business development and operations.


  • PaulLuetzkendorf 02 kleinPaul LÜTZKENDORF

    Technische Universität München (Luft- & Raumfahrt), University of Glasgow

    My passion for science and technology inspired me to pursue a course of studies in the innovative field of aerospace engineering. I became a student at the Technische Universität München after receiving my university entrance diploma in Weimar, Germany, finishing best in our year. Prior to my course I did a nine months civilian service in quality management which provided me with first insights into regulations and quality control. After moving to Munich I dedicated myself fully to my academic studies. My majors were numerical simulation and aerodynamics. During my Bachelor's and Master's studies I took on responsibility as a tutor for undergraduate courses and as an active member of a Formula Student team. I particularly enjoyed my time spent abroad, studying two semesters at the time-honoured University of Glasgow. There I gained knowledge in economics and management at the Adam Smith Business School and concluded my studies abroad with a term thesis in the field of satellites. Moreover, I highly value my work experiences at Siemens AG as a working student and at BMW AG for my Master's Thesis, where I got insight into technology corporations and acquired valuable skills. My work resulted in two journal papers. I graduated in spring 2014, receiving a Master of Science.

    An important interest that accompanied me for many years is the sport of orienteering. Those years as a competitive athlete taught me a lot about determination, discipline and time management. I became National Champion and represented Germany at Junior and University World Championships.

    In the near future I hope to pursue a management position in a tech company. Thus I joined the Collège des Ingénieurs to broaden and strengthen my skills in management, strategy and entrepreneurship. It offers me an extraordinary programme in an international environment. As a junior consultant I'm working with Evonik Industries AG in order to evaluate the business potential for new innovative composite products in a competitive market. Challenging assignments is where I am at my best and I look forward to take on new projects in a globalised world.

  • SchornbaumJulia SCHORNBAUM

    FAU Erlangen (Molecular Nano Science, Promotion)

    I was born near Nürnberg, Germany in 1986. After finishing high school in 2006 I studied Molecular Science at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität in Erlangen where I graduated with a B.Sc. degree in 2009 and a M.Sc. degree in 2011. Molecular Science is an interdisciplinary program, combining chemistry, physics, and biochemistry. During my Masters studies I focused on physical chemistry and materials science. At that time I also worked as a research assistant at the chair of physical chemistry. Thanks to the Leonardo Kolleg, which offered me a scholarship, I was able to present my research results at two international conferences in the USA. After finishing my studies, I decided to stay in science and started as a PhD student in the "Nanomaterials for Optoelectronics" group at the Materials Science Department in Erlangen. My research interest focused on heavy metal nanoparticles for near-infrared sensitive photodetectors, light-emitting transistors, and solar cells, which resulted in several significant publications. During three years of research I had the opportunity to gain a lot of international experience. A three-month research stay in a well-known research group at the University of Toronto in Canada and a lot of active conference contributions in the USA and Europe helped me to exchange my knowledge with colleagues worldwide. Moreover, I was admitted into two graduate schools of the German Excellence Initiative. Many workshops in line with these graduate schools enabled me to broaden my scientific horizon, gain interdisciplinary knowledge, and meet all kinds of different personalities.

    The MBA program of the Collège des Ingénieurs offers a perfect balance of studies and work. My goal is to combine my scientific knowledge with profound theoretical and practical management and business skills at the seminars and during my mission at Infineon Technologies.

    In my spare time I like doing sports (badminton, swimming), travelling, going to the movies (mostly independent movies), and I love to be in the mountains (hiking, skiing).

  • vonMaessenhausenTobias VON MÄβENHAUSEN

    RWTH Aachen (Energietechnik)

    I was born in 1988 and grew up in Bonn, Germany's former capital. After the school curriculum, which included half a year at a high school in New Zealand, I started studying Mechanical Engineering at RWTH Aachen University in 2008. I chose this specific subject because I have always been fascinated by analysing technical problems and finding satisfying solutions. I also favoured the subject because it later opens up a wide range of possibilities for a professional career. Besides its very good reputation the RWTH provides a large spectrum for specialisation; therefore I selected Energy Engineering with a focus on renewable energies and supply infrastructures as my consecutive Master studies in 2013.

    Since I have always been very interested in the application of my theoretical knowledge to practical problems I worked during my time at the university with various companies on different topics. At the Institute for Fluid Power Drives and Controls (IFAS) of RWTH Aachen University I researched scientific methods to predict the ageing behaviour of lubricants. During an internship at Vattenfall Europe Innovation GmbH I dealt with projects regarding electric mobility and wrote my Bachelor thesis there about a test draft for inductive charging of electric vehicles. In order to improve my structuring and presenting skills and to learn more about consultancy I worked for Dornier Management Consulting GmbH and Accenture GmbH. Finally I wrote my Master thesis at the Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen University about fluid properties for an energy- and resource-efficient machine tool.

    By taking part in the MBA program of the Collège des Ingénieurs I want to broaden my horizon on economic aspects as well as to build a network of current and future executives . During my mission in Frankfurt I plan to optimise the coordination of the international maintenance performed by Lufthansa Technik.

  • MinaAlberto MINA

    Università degli studi di Torino, Master in Business Management

    I'm an enthusiastic person and I like to learn new thing.

    During my studies and my work experiences I have worked in different sectors and knowledge areas. That allowed me to develop an open minded and multi tasking  approach to my work and my private life.

    I'm able to work under stress and respect the deadline. I'm sociable and polite person and I'm used to work in multicultural environment.

    Mission: Junior Consultant at SKF Industrie Italy. Tax an Legal  office. Focus on UE export and VAT legislation.

  • DalyKillian Patrick DALY


    University of Cambridge / University College Cork

    I am from Cork, Ireland where I undertook my first 18 years of education from primary school until I obtained my degree in Energy Engineering from University College Cork in 2013. During the third year of my degree, I undertook a 6 month internship with SpiraxSarco Energy in Cork, where I was part of engineering teams performing audits on energy systems in the pharmaceutical industry. As my undergraduate degree focused primarily on the aspects of electrical engineering seen in the energy sector, I decided to diversify my knowledge by enrolling in the MPhil Energy Technologies in the mechanical engineering department at the University of Cambridge in October 2014.  After five years of study concentrating on the technical engineering subjects accompanied by some classes in economics and policy, I found myself drawn more towards the world of business and entrepreneurship. Having recently started a company Durian Technologies Ltd. with a number of colleagues from Cambridge and enrolling in the Collège des Ingénieurs  MBA program of January 2015, I am delighted that I have chosen to involve myself in the business world. I find it a very dynamic field, in which I can use both my analytical and interpersonal abilities to excel. Thus far, life in Paris has been fantastic and I am very much enjoying immersing myself in Parisian culture. Learning the French language is a personal goal of old, which I now have the chance to realise. In my spare time I enjoy going jogging, playing music and meeting up with friends.

  • LiuYuan LIU

    RWTH Aachen University (Production and Medical Engineering)

    I was born in 1987 in China and moved to Germany at the age of nine years, where I lived both in Göttingen and in Freiburg for several years before starting my study of Mechanical Engineering at RWHT Aachen University. As it has always been my strong interest to get to know/see/experience as much as possible, I chose the path of a generalist and took courses in Production and Medical Engineering. During this time I also spent one academic year at Imperial College London. For my master's thesis I developed an algorithm for the job sequencing in production which minimises the energy consumption. I finished my study at RWTH Aachen as one of the best of my year.

    For my CDI mission I'm developing a business strategy for the Chinese market for a mid-sized German company.

    I believe that everyone can serve in a specific role for the good. Accordingly it is my aim to shape my personal role in a way that the most possible benefit for the society can be generated. I'm convinced that a position in the strategic management or higher grants the neccessary freedom to do so. In order to get on the right track on the way to such a position, I joined the Collège des Ingénieurs which provides me with the proper tools, knowledge, insights, experience and network.

    In my spare time I like to go running and do fitness sports. However my favorite hobby is to travel to distant countries and to experience landscapes and cultures.

  • MartiniBenjamin MARTINI

    TU München (Physics)

    I was born and raised in Augsburg, a town in southern Germany near Munich. After high school, I enrolled in the physics program at Technical University of Munich (TUM), focusing on applied physics, semiconductors and renewable energies. During my semester abroad at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology I studied nanophysics and its applications in engineering. For my diploma thesis I did research on organic electronics at the InnovationLab, a platform for research and knowledge transfer located in Heidelberg, Germany. After having graduated with honors from TUM in 2012, I took part in a Chinese language study program at National Taiwan Normal University in Taipei.

    During my academic studies I was working for about three years as a student trainee in the quality department of OSRAM, the former Siemens lighting division. Here I gained experience in the practical work of a testing laboratory and deep insights into the working environment of a big corporation. In addition, I got the opportunity to do an internship in China, which was a highly valuable experience for me. Before joining the Collège des Ingénieurs, I worked as a scientist for OSRAM in its R&D laboratory in Munich.

    I joined the MBA program of the CDI because of its unique concept of "action learning" and the strong international background, offering me the chance to develop management expertise as well as intercultural competence. Currently, I am performing my mission at Infineon Technologies AG in Munich in the R&D department.

  • QuilichiniAmélie QUILICHINI

    Supélec / Imperial College

    Born in 1991, I graduated from the French engineering school Supélec, where I studied energy engineering, computer sciences and telecommunications. I then joined the MSc "Environmental Technology" at Imperial College London, which provided me with an interdisciplinary approach to current sustainability and energy issues. As part of this MSc, I equally performed a five-month Master's thesis, in collaboration with Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, on today's industrial water challenges within the Food & Beverage sectors. Overall, this MSc enabled me to enhance my understanding of sustainability issues in a holistic way, as it provided in-depth education in many areas such as statistics, economics, law and policy. I then chose to complete my engineering background with business and management skills joining the MBA programme at the CDI. My mission in the Marketing department of EDF enables me to daily practice such skills as I am working on a range of energy management-related issues from different perspectives (including economics, marketing and legal). On a different note, I have been playing the piano for more than 15 years.

  • ZhaoLLiang ZHAO

    TU München (Maschinenbau)

    Born 1988 in Beijing, China, I moved to Germany at the age of three. Until today, I am very interested in the environmental and historical impacts on different cultures.

    I focused my studies in Engineering and Management at the Technical University of Munich on astronautics, aeronautics and economics. I am fascinated by the high complexity and cutting edge technologies in aerospace engineering. The complex interfaces between aerospace industry, economy, politics and society are also very exciting for me.

    During my time at University, I was able to work on a few extraordinary projects. My semester thesis was about creating and evaluating a concept for a spare parts production system supporting a Martian base. My diploma thesis was made in cooperation with the German Aerospace Center. In this thesis I established and assessed a scenario for the aeronautic industry with a newly developed scenario analysis method.

    In addition to my studies, I have acquired professional experience as a working student. At MTU Aero Engines AG, I was assigned in the department for corporate development, supporting the after sales market analysis. Within a team at P3 automotive GmbH, I was able to apply my knowledge of lean production to significantly optimize the manufacturing line of a mid-sized company.

  • MeschGerhard MESCH

    Technische Universität München, M. Sc. Informatics

    I was born and grew up 1988 in a small village in Unterallgäu. With my experience from the small building and transportation company from my parents I, first decided to learn the brick layer profession.

    After learning my handcraft profession I finished high school. This allowed me to study Physics at the Technische Universtität München. After two semesters I decided to change my courses of study to a more practical field of science, informatics. My focus was on Software engineering, computer graphics and scientific calculations with large data algorithms. I gathered my first practical experience from to major projects at the Munich Airport. In my Bachelor am Master thesis I focused on real time water simulations based on the famous Navier-Stokes-Equations. In corporation with a threat consulting company we designed an open source program for the simulation of the flight paths of ballistic rockets.

    The MBA program from the Collège des Ingénieurs is a very good option for me to gain important knowledge for management positions in larger companies. My project at a major German fashion company provides me a lot of insight in the tough reality of the daily business.

  • HebertOdile HEBERT

    ENSTA ParisTech

    I was born in Montpellier, south of France. I spent my childhood in this very nice city by the Mediterranean Sea. By the age of 18, I got my "baccalauréat" and moved to Lyon to do my "classes préparatoires". I got accepted to the Grande Ecole ENSTA ParisTech, which is a highly selective engineering school in Paris. I specialized in fluid mechanics and then in production systems. During my studies at ENSTA ParisTech, I had the occasion to have several experiences abroad. Indeed, I went to Argentina for a blue-collar internship, then I did a research internship at WHOI/MIT in the United States. I also had the chance to do a double degree with the university of Munich (TUM) and spent one year in Munich studying management and transportation systems. Thanks to this year in Germany, I could apply for an internship at Systra in the field of transport planning and modelization.

    Finally, after graduating from ENSTA, I became an engineer with a very good technical and theoretical background. Therefore I wanted to learn more about business, entrepreneurship and I wanted to get a complementary experience, so I decided to join the "Collège des ingénieurs" in Paris. I am currently doing my mission at GDF SUEZ in the Group Major Projects Direction.

  • PatzeChristian PATZE

    Universität Heidelberg (Chemie)

    Born 1986 in Dortmund, Germany, I obtained my high school diploma in 2005. I studied chemistry at the Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg and the University of Sheffield. During my studies I was working as a student research assistant in various labs as well as a tutor and received several scholarships and prices (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, „Excellence in Molecular Chemistry", Dr. Sophie-Bernthsen-Preis).

    During an internship with BASF SE, I was given the opportunity to work on the highly dynamic topic of organic photovoltaics and was fascinated. I believe, that organic electronics are not only one of the major growth fields for organic chemistry, but also one of the research fields that can contribute quite directly to saving energy in the future. Consequently I conducted my PHD-Thesis in cooperation with BASF SE working on new materials for light-emitting diodes for cost and energy efficient lighting applications.

    During the time of my PHD I was able to participate in several workshops dedicated to soft skills (summer academies of the Studienstiftung), as well as to gain insights into strategic consultancy (McKinsey, BCG, SMC).

    Working with the CDI provides me with vital business competencies to connect research with actual commercial products in a truly intercultural setting. The unique concept of the CDI enables me to directly apply these skills in a real world business environment.

    In my spare time I love doing sports, in particular running, road-biking and skiing. Furthermore I'm interested in politics, modern history, economics and consumer electronics.

  • vonLoewenichPeter VON LOEWENICH

    RWTH Aachen (M.Sc. Business Administration and Mechanical Engineering) & Tsinghua University Beijing (M.Sc. Power Engineering and Thermophysics)

    I was born in Essen, in the west of Germany in 1988. My fascination for motor vehicles, sciences and economics motivated me to study mechanical engineering and business administration at RWTH Aachen University. I focused my studies on automotive engineering.

    During my time at the university in Aachen I did several internships in various companies. This way I was able to gather experience e.g. in sales, controlling, production and engineering. Towards the end of my bachelor studies in Aachen I moved to Mexico to work in a plant of Thyssen Krupp Automotive Systems de México S.A. de C.V., an automotive supplier. After an internship in the engineering department and my bachelor thesis which was focused on manufacturing logistics I worked for 4 month as shift supervisor of day and night shifts in the production.

    Soon after this valuable experience, I decided to pursue my studies with the double master degree program at RWTH Aachen and Tsinghua University in Beijing. After one year at the Tsinghua University I graduated as master of power engineering and thermophysics at the department of automotive engineering. In my master thesis in Beijing I developed a system for documenting incidents involving lithium-ion batteries. Afterwards I obtained a master degree in business administration and mechanical engineering at the RWTH Aachen. Here my master thesis was focused on strategic options for car manufacturers to achieve new emission regulations effectively.

    Through the MBA courses at the CDI, I would like to acquire better knowledge in economics and management. I believe that being a fellow at the CDI is a privileged position to acquire professional skills in a very motivating and dynamic environment.

    In my free time I like to travel the world and practice various sports like waterpolo, fitness, skiing, etc. I enjoy playing the violin and the company of my family and friends.

  • BreunigDr. Jens Michael BREUNIG

    Goethe University Frankfurt (Chemistry PhD, M.Sc.), MIT, Studienstiftung d. Deutschen Volkes

    Born in 1985 in Frankfurt, I enrolled at Goethe University in 2005 to do my bachelor and master degree in chemistry. During my studies I was able to perform a research internship (six months) in the group of Prof. Cummins at MIT. During this time I experienced a very productive and intercultural working atmosphere. After I finished my PhD in the group of Prof. Wagner in organometallic chemistry in Frankfurt, I was eager to experience this intercultural spirit of MIT again.

    Furthermore in my point of view leadership and management skills are essential to be successful in a company nowadays. Therefore I already visited several workshops of consulting firms during my PhD studies. My interest in economics and management tools was really inspired by those workshops and I really searched for opportunities to satisfy my thirst for knowledge. For this reason I joined the CDI in September 2014 in the hope to combine my deep understandings of chemistry with the necessary knowledge of economics.

    I like the concept of the CDI really a lot, in which I can demonstrate and practice what I have learned during the courses in real life within my project at Merck KGaA in Darmstadt.

    In my leisure time I am a passionate table tennis player and like to do a lots of sport.

  • SebastianHendrik SEBASTIAN

    RWTH Aachen University (Materials Engineering) / Trinity College Dublin

    I was born in 1988 in Moers. My curiosity for science and technology soon led me to Aachen, where I started my bachelor of science in materials engineering at the RWTH in 2008. While working at the chairs of crystallography and materials chemistry, I focused on surface engineering and participated in academic administration. I was head of the students council, and was active in various examination and appointment committees. Furthermore I was awarded the Deutschlandstipendium scholarship, supported by Thyssen Krupp Steel Europe AG and the proRWTH association. After finishing my bachelor thesis on the thermal stability of metallic glasses, I went to Liechtenstein to do an internship with Oerlikon Balzers, where I expanded my knowledge on physical vapor deposition.

    When commencing my masters with a focus on solid state physics, I joined the Unitech program after having worked at the Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology as a student research assistant for half a year. During the program, I was given the opportunity to study at the Trinity College in Dublin for a full academic year, where I enrolled in many different courses, such as manufacturing systems and technology, management for engineers, international business and industrial economics.

    Afterwards, I decided to go to Taiwan to work for Evonik Industries for half a year. During my internship at the advanced project house "light & electronics", I was responsible for the development of functional polymer coatings for display applications, but also participated in different side projects for market segment and market player evaluation and the implementation of pricing strategies.

    In 2014, I went back to the RWTH to write my master thesis on the corrosion behavior of magnesium in biological applications at the chair of corrosion and corrosion protection.

    Since September, the Collège des Ingénieurs has provided me with the opportunity to meet a lot of inspiring people and to expand my knowledge on business and economics, topics embedded in a network of excellent supporting companies. In my mission at Daimler AG, I am responsible for innovation management of new engine technologies that allow myself to focus on economic and ecologic evaluation, while still being able to take deep dives into engineering-related topics.

  • DarmstadtMagnus DARMSTADT

    RWTH Aachen / Tsinghua University (Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen Maschinenbau)

    Looking for a general scientific background, I started studying Business Administration and Mechanical Engineering at RWTH Aachen University in 2008. In order to apply the material I learned, I worked at the Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering at the university, where I was involved in research and industry projects. As part of my academic curriculum, I sought out the possibility to supplement my studies with industrial experience abroad. Hence I was working for the Robert Bosch Group in Juarez, Mexico, and El Paso, USA, during the end of my bachelor studies.

    While being enrolled in a double degree program during my Master studies, I attended courses at RWTH Aachen University and at Tsinghua University in Beijing. As the content of my Master classes in business were very general, I looked to focus my technical skills more on the production area by choosing specialist Engineering courses. During my two semesters in China I not only deepened my academic knowledge in both fields, but I also established advanced Chinese language skills. At the end of my studies I was employed with ifp consulting in Munich. There I have worked in consultancy projects and developed my Master thesis in the context of "smart factory".

    Getting to know different cultures and learning new languages has always been my passion. Before my studies I had already lived in Spain and France. The CDI is not only a great opportunity to connect with people of different backgrounds and different countries, but also to gain more practical knowledge in economics and management. Therefore I am carrying out my MBA mission at the BMW Group in Munich, working in the purchasing department.

  • RöhrerJulian RÖHRER

    University of Stuttgart (Electrical Engineering and Information Technology)

    I was born in Aalen in the South of Germany where I graduated from my High School as best of year in 2009. Following my interests I subsequently started studying Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at University of Stuttgart which I had chosen due to its strong connection to the local automotive and technology industry. I focused my studies on automation, energy and software engineering.

    After my first year at university I started working as a research assistant at the Institute of Theory of Electrical Engineering where I held seminars and supervised laboratory courses in computer simulation.

    I wrote my bachelor thesis in cooperation with a software startup company for banking technologies where I created the prototype for a secure payment terminal using NFC technology for wireless communication.

    During my master studies I started working at Daimler AG in the department of project and quality management where I was supporting the team by improving its software process.

    Furthermore, I was able to conduct a research project together with one of the leading companies for home appliances where I worked on the field of mobile diagnosis for automated systems. For my master thesis, I worked on the topic of intuitive control concepts for automated systems using smart phones.

    In September 2014 I started the MBA program at the Collège des Ingénieurs with my mission at Continental in Frankfurt where I am responsible for a global workflow and lean management project in the sensor engineering department.

    In my free time I enjoy doing all kind of sports especially mountain biking, running and skiing, as well as travelling.

    I am sure that the economic and management skills learned at the CDI in addition to my technical expertise will prepare me optimally for my future career.
  • GautheyAude GAUTHEY

    Ecole Spéciale des Travaux Publics

    I was born in Paris in 1990 and was raised at the " Ecole active Bilingue",  where I very early on got used to working in a multicultural environment. I regularly spent several months each year in an English boarding school. I had German as a first foreign language and regularly spent time in a school in Köln.

    I discovered what a multinational company was working in India for Egis on the metro project of Chennai, assisting the project manager. I was always interested in the financial aspects of construction projects and therefore I did another mission in the economic department of AREP, a company designing the Stations for the SNCF. There I created a tool optimizing the construction cost and analysing the market in order to adjust the costs estimations.

    I am interested in strategic analyses, and in the definition of solutions to finance them.

    I joined the CDI to get a broader view of business challenges and financial issues.

    I have been playing the rugby for 3 years and played the Harp for 16 years.

  • CraveroIrene CRAVERO

    Università degli Studi di Torino, Master in International Accounting

    As a very flexible and determined worker, I am ease to adapt to different organizations, my experiences range from business planning with startups, to the areas of strategic management and financial planning in multinational corporations. Born and raised in Turin, I enrolled at the School of Management and Economics of the University of Turin  where in 2012 I got the Master Degree in International Accounting.   I challenged myself with international experiences, studying  for a semester in Lyon, France, then in 2011 I won "Reading Economics" Project grant to experience an internship in Johnson Controls Automotive European headquarter in Burscheid, Germany. During my studies, I worked for 2 years in the marketing and business development department of Johnson Controls, in Turin.  As I love travelling, I took the opportunity of working almost a year in the UK, as winner of  Master dei Talenti CRT fellowship, supporting and coordinating activities of  the business incubator of the University of Southampton. My interests range from a wide variety of subjects and multiple sectors. I like to practice sports and meet different cultures. I joined the MBA program at Collége des Ingenièurs - SAFM to improve my international network, learn new methodologies, and strenghten my leadership and management skills.

    Mission: I'm working in the planning and control department of Juventus FC to conduct performance monitoring and budget control, financial analysis and forecast.

  • ParlavecchioOlivier PARLAVECCHIO

    ENS de Lyon - UPMC

    I was born close to Paris in 1987, and did most of my undergrade studies in the region of Marseille.

    In 2007 I joigned the Physics program at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (ENS de Lyon). As a member of Bureau des Etudiants (BdE) I organized the induction week-end. I spent a semester as an exchange student at University of Guelph (Ontario, Canada). In 2010 I passed the agrégation (competitive exam to become a teacher); I then did a master in nanosciences at Institut d'Optique Graduate School (IOGS) and Polytechnique. In 2011 I started my PhD, at the border between quantum electronics and quantum optics, in group Quantronics at CEA Saclay, as a student at Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC). I investigated the quantum properties of the microwaves emitted by a small electronic circuit at low temperature.

    In January 2015 I decided to join Collège des Ingénieurs to acquire business background. I am strongly attracted by the fields of energy, transport and telecommunication. Those domains have technological issues and benefit from innovation; they have big challenges to take up, which I find very stimulating.

    In my spare time I enjoy climbing and hiking, but also reading about History and playing board games.

  • CairatiAndrea Stefano CAIRATI

    Politecnico di Milano & Torino,  MSc Civil Engineering - Transport Infrastructure

    Grown up in the Milan hinterland, I completed my university studies at Politecnico di Milano where, in July 2012, I got my Master of Science in Civil Engineering, with a specialization in Transport Infrastructures. During the MSc I spent a six-month Erasmus in Paris, at the Ecole des Ponts and I was admitted to the Alta Scuola Politecnica (ASP), a multidisciplinary program which allowed me to develop an innovative project in China.

    Since graduation, I've undertaken three work experiences, the most relevant of which led me to Algeria, in 2013. Employed by an Italian General Contractor, I worked for 7 months as Field Engineer in the frame of a High Speed Railway construction project, appointed to the local technical office, in a multicultural and demanding environment.

    With the goal of enriching my technical profile with business and managerial competences, I'm currently attending the CDI-SAFM Master of Business Administration. I'm convinced that this amazing experience will no doubt give me the proper tools to face new professional challenges and to widen my horizons in a global and changing world.

    Mission: Assigned to the e-commerce startup Westwing/Dalani I'm in charge of a strategic project aiming at re-engineering the business oriented internal processes, in search of more efficiency and productivity.

  • FurnariFederica FURNARI

    Politecnico di Milano, Masters in Chemical Engineering

    I was born in 1988 and raised in the area of Bergamo. Due to my passion for scientific subjects, I enrolled at the Politecnico di Milano, where in 2012 I got the Master Degree in Chemical Engineering. During the university I studied for a semester in Oslo, where I had the opportunity to master my English skills and got to know people and cultures from all over the world. During the last period of studies I was selected for an internship in Procter&Gamble - Rome, in the area of Supply Chain. This experience taught me to efficiently transmit information to a big audience and capture their attention to get things done. After a short experience in the Production area (Henkel, 4 months), I was hired at The Nielsen Company where I improved exceptionally my project management skills, since my activity consisted in managing the outsourced team in Baroda, India for carrying on improvement projects. Now, I would be really interested in changing my career path in order to watch at the Company's strategies from a higher level. For this reason I decided to enroll in an MBA program in the international school SAFM.

    Mission: I was assigned to the R&D department in the Artsana Group to lead as a project manager the development of the new line of Baby Monitor

  • PlatteChristoph PLATTE

    Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Mechanical Engineering) / INSA Lyon

    Born in Germany in 1990, I spend a part of my childhood in Brazil. Later on, I went to different schools in Germany and in France, leaving high school with a French-German certificate. To continue this international path I then pursued a French-German double degree in Mechanical Engineering, spending half of my studies at KIT and the other half at INSA de Lyon.

    During those studies I wished to return to Brazil, now for an internship at Mercedes-Benz do Brasil Ltda. in São Paulo. This is where I found my interest for management topics, especially project management, but also other aspects concerning global businesses. Subsequently I specialized during my Masters on productions systems and logistics, being now eager of getting an overview of companies, their functioning and environment. This perspective is actually also one of my motivations for the MBA at Collège des Ingénieurs.

    Reaching the end of my studies in 2014, I decided to finish with another international experience to further broaden my intercultural horizons, writing my Master Thesis in Italy, at the Bari plant of Robert-Bosch GmbH. There I optimized the procurement process considering the reliability and stability of the value chain.

    I now am glad to join the CDI in order to deepen my management skills and learn about new topics, especially those related to strategic questions. In my free time I like to follow the political news, discover new music, go for a run, and when having more time, travelling to new places.

  • CallewaertMarion CALLEWAERT

    Ecole des Mines

    I was born in Talence in 1988 but I lived in Ajaccio, Corsica until I was 20. After studying two years in a "classe preparatoire", I entered the "Mines de Nancy" engineering school. I spent two years acquiring a broad scientific knowledge and increasingly focusing on industrial performance. I learnt about decision-making tools, lean management and efficiency of organizations. Then I did a gap year working in Shanghai, China on ERP implementation for a Chinese heat pump manufacturer; then working at AREVA on Taishan project– constructing 2 nuclear EPR in China. In both experiences, I developed IT tools in order to improve internal information flow. After this gap year, I joined the "Ecole des Mines de Paris" and I specialized in manufacturing engineering. I did my final thesis at EADS Astrium in Kourou, French Guyana. I was responsible for evaluating the quality and security of assembly operations on Ariane5 launcher. I graduated in 2012 and had my first job in Belgium, at ICARUS –a company that provides metallic pieces for oil platforms. There I was responsible for optimizing the production schedule and managing the supply chain performance.

    After 2 years, I realized the operational efficiency was not sufficient to assure a confident future to my company; I also had to integrate a good business and investment understanding. That's why I joined the MBA "Collège des Ingénieurs" in January 2015.

    In my free time I like to travel and practice sport such as rowing or swimming.

  • CrinoAntonina CRINÒ

    Politecnico di Torino, M. Sc. in Energy and Nuclear Engineering

    I was born in Messina in 1989, Italy. After the accomplishment my Scientific high school diploma, I decided to move to Turin to study Energy Engineering; during the Bachelor studies I acquired my basic technical competency in the energy sector. After the graduation and I decided to continue my academic path in the Polytechnic  applying for the Master of Science in Energy and Nuclear Engineering. I worked for my project of thesis at the University of Illinois at Chicago, from October 2013 till March 2014, in the Energy Resources Center of the University; during the six months working as a Student Intern at the Energy Resources Center, I implemented energy models of a combined heat and power production plant for a prototype hospital. I graduated in July 2014 and started SAFM CDI MBA in September 2014. After this formative path I expect to be a young professional with solid technical and managerial experience as well as with a strong adaptability to the task and problem-solving attitude.

    Mission: I have been assigned to the Business Unit ERG Power Generation of the company ERG S.p.a. in Genoa. My mission involves short term analysis of the Energy Market.

  • PfaffDominik PFAFF

    Universität Würzburg (Nanoscience) / UC Berkeley (Material Science)

    Born in 1988 and finishing High School with awards from the German Physical Society (DPG) and German Chemical Society (GdCh), I decided to combine the two subjects and enrolled for studying Nanoscience at the Universtity of Würzburg. After finishing my Bachelor Thesis on single molecule detection in solutions, I took the opportunity to research on cutting edge technology at the University of Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California. There I also learned how to surf the waves in Santa Cruz and traveled through most of the National Parks in California and the bordering states.

    In my Master Thesis in Germany at the Theodor-Boveri-Institute for Biotechnology, I built and tested a specialized setup for single molecule microscopy - a technique for which the Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded in 2014.

    I expanded my capabilities by over a dozen seminars and workshops on presentation and negotiation techniques, personal management, project management and other topics. The origin of my interest in managing projects and people was born. After an internship at ZF Automotive in their department for change management, I wanted to gain more knowledge in the corporate environment.

    Therefore I decided to join the CDI to benefit from an inspiring working and learning atmosphere, together with talented fellows from Europe and the world.

    In my mission, I manage the launch of a new production technique for Daimler AG.

  • AvdiVasiliki AVDI

    Athens University of Economics & Business, Greece

    I was born in Athens, Greece in 1986 and I have finished with honors the Greek – American school "Athens College". After hard studying I got enrolled at the Athens University of Economics & Business in order to study Business Administration with a specialization in marketing. During this 5 year period, I did my Erasmus program at the University Paris IX-Dauphine in France and I completed numerous internships that enriched my theoretical knowledge with hands on projects. More precisely I worked at the advertising company JWT Spot Thompson, at the media company Zenyth Optimedia and for 1 year as a personal assistant of a CEO at a textile company named MNT Multinational SA. Upon my graduation I left for Malaysia for a life- changing experience, where I was working as a volunteer teacher in a boarding school to 15 year old kids. When I came back to Greece, I started working as a Field Marketer in the Multinational Company of Automotive Spare Parts, Valeo, responsible for marketing & communication for the whole Greek and Balkan zone (14 product lines, 50 clients, 9 countries). After 3 years, when this territory was transferred in the Italian division, I moved to Italy, appointed as Trade Marketer responsible for the smooth integration of these countries in the Italian division & Responsible of Communication. In September 2014, I decided to go back to class rooms in order to acquire an MBA title at the SAFM/ CDI and be exposed again at an international environment pursuing life-long learning.

  • OreEirini ORE

    National Technical University of Athens / Ecole des Ponts ParisTech

    Born in Athens in 1990, I followed an international academic path combined with a variety of experiences in different areas. Fascinated by engineering, I started my studies at the National Technical University of Athens in the School of Civil Engineering. After three years of studies and various research projects in the field of transportation, I was admitted at the École des Ponts ParisTech as a double degree student in the Transport, Planning & Environment department.

    Besides the top level scientific courses, I had the opportunity to follow an one-year internship at the Real Estate Division of the Paris Airports where I assisted the commercial managers on strategy and feasibility studies.  During my master thesis at the end of my studies, I joined the Northern and Eastern French Highways Corporation (SANEF) with the mission to develop a traffic analysis tool that would permit a more efficient highway management.

    My desire to reinforce my management background  and my career plans to work in an international environment incited me to join the CDI and thus benefit from this extraordinary business experience. I am currently on my consulting mission at GDF SUEZ within the corporate HR department working on talent management and the group's transformation. The CDI offered me the opportunity to explore areas, usually overlooked by traditional engineering culture, but essential for people and business development.

  • TrontinCharlotte TRONTIN

    ENS Lyon PhD

    I was born in France in 1986. I followed a scientific education in biology at École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, an institution whose purpose is to train high level researchers and teachers. I have a Bachelor degree in Molecular and Cellular biology and a Master degree in Biosciences. During my studies, I specialized in plant sciences thanks to four training periods in top laboratories in France and Germany during which I got familiar with several research environments and acquired basic concepts and methods in various fields of plant biology. In 2009, I pursued my scientific experience with a PhD at Université Paris Sud 11. My doctoral thesis, realized at the Institut Jean Pierre Bourgin, focused on understanding how plants adapt to their environment with an emphasis on drought related stresses and micro-nutrient toxicity. Outside the lab, I gave lecturers at Université Versailles-Saint-Quentin and participated in an outreach program about molecular gastronomy in Paris. I then worked for 18 months as a postdoctoral research associate at Stanford in the United States, at the Plant Biology department of the Carnegie Institution for Science, a non-profit organization dedicated in scientific discoveries in Earth, space and life sciences. Besides the three interesting projects on plant and water interactions I worked on, the stimulating environment of the Silicon Valley grabbed my interests for research foundations, innovation and entrepreneurship. In January 2015, I joined the MBA program of CDI to improve my management skills in an international and stimulating environment.
  • BinderSimon BINDER

    TU Dresden (Elektro- & Informationstechnik), Studienstiftung

    Although I was born in Vienna in 1988 my family soon moved from Austria to Germany where I grew up in Franconia and Darmstadt. After graduating from grammar school Edith-Stein-Schule, I followed my curiosity in science and technology and studied Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at Darmstadt University of Technology. Microtechnology aroused my deeper interest, so during my Bachelor's thesis I focused on plasma-enhanced etching processes and MEMS processing. After graduation I chose a master's program at Dresden University of Technology, which - as part of "Silicon Saxony" - is well-known for research and development in my subject area. I was awarded a grant from the German National Academic Foundation ("Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes"). In my master's thesis I focused on measuring procedures with an IR-gas analysis sensor including a MEMS-based Fabry-Pérot-Interferometer. I graduated with an Engineering Diploma in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology.

    During my time at university I applied my theoretical knowledge in internships and as a student employee at Schenck-Rotec in Darmstadt, at InfraTec in Dresden and at the universities themselves. I also took the opportunity to study a semester abroad at Tongji University in Shanghai, China, supported by a "Promos" scholarship.

    In addition to my interests in engineering, I engage myself for the startup network SUN and am the team leader of the Dresden local group. In my free time I enjoy kite sports and snowboarding among a number of other hobbies. I also enjoy spending time with my family, where I am the oldest of five children.

  • NehrkornJohannes NEHRKORN

    Universität Ulm (Physik) / LMU PhD (Neurosciences)

    After school and serving the then obligatory civil service in  an institution taking care of severely handicapped persons, I studied Physics at the university of Ulm. During this time I spend a semester in Marseille at the Université de la Mediterranée and finished with a Diploma in Ulm with a thesis in theoretical quantum information processing. I then switched fields and location, by moving to Munich and starting a PhD in computational neuroscience. By closely collaborating with experimentalists, I was able to build fundamental models regarding the principles of learning and memory. Not being completely satisfied with the ways of the academic world, I heard of the Collège des Ingénieurs from an alumnus and saw it as perfect opportunity to move to the world of business.

  • BallardJames BALLARD

    Cambridge MSci, Churchill College

    Whenever anyone asks me where I'm from, I normally just tell them North London because I was born there and went to school there, but in fact I grew up just outside the city in Hertfordshire. From there, I made the short trip north to study Natural Sciences for four years at the University of Cambridge, where I received a BA and MSci in Chemistry, with an emphasis on the organic side of the subject.

    In between studying for my undergraduate degree and my masters, I undertook a three month internship in partnership with the oil company Petrobras in São Paulo, Brazil researching the use of nuclear magnetic resonance imaging to better understand oil extraction techniques. It was from this experience that I acquired a desire to work and study overseas elsewhere in the world, ultimately bringing me to Paris.

    The chance to undertake an MBA with the CDI in France was the perfect opportunity for me to move towards a more business oriented vocation, which was something that was increasingly of interest to me after my graduation. Not only could I gain experience in industry as part of the mission, but I could also learn skills in finance, management, etc. that would be invaluable moving forwards in my career, while at the same time improving my language skills.

  • PlohotskiStanislav PLOHOTSKI

    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT): Mech. Engineering (Energy- and Environmental Technology), Instituto Technológico de Buenos Aires (ITBA): Mech. Engineering

    I was born in 1988 in Moscow, Russia, and grew up in multiple countries due to the diplomatic activity of my father. After stays in Russia, the Congo and Germany I earned my high-school degree in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    Following a short inscription at the ITBA I moved to Karlsruhe to take up my mechanical engineering studies at the KIT. I soon realized the passion for thermodynamics as well as energy generation and distribution. Thereof I chose the specialization "Energy- and Environmental Technology" with the major subjects of "energy industry" and "combustion engines".

    During my studies in Karlsruhe I had the opportunity to complete several internships which helped me on refining my job expectations after my academic career: Those were Volkswagen SA in Buenos Aires, EON Kraftwerke GmbH in Irsching, Germany, and BOEHMERT & BOEHMERT Patent Attorneys in Munich. I also worked at a variety of institutes of my college as student assistant.

    My diploma thesis was written in cooperation with AUDI AG and EnBW AG tackling the charging behavior of private and commercial users of electric cars in the region of Stuttgart. A main topic of this thesis was the impact of electric vehicles on the electrical supply stability and the potentials for shifted and bidirectional charging trough smart grids.

  • BraunHenri BRAUN

    TU Darmstadt, Energy Science and Engineering

    I was born in 1989 and grew up in a small village close to Frankfurt, Germany. Spending one year abroad in Central America while in high school triggered my desire for internationality for my professional life to come. Combining languages and cultures with technical affinity led me to studying Environmental Engineering as a bachelor's degree at the Technical University of Darmstadt. During that time I was lucky enough to spend two semesters at the Pontificia Universidad Católica in Santiago de Chile and to get to know large parts of Latin America.

    Looking for a stronger focus on energy-related topics I switched majors to Energy Science and Engineering for my master's degree with emphasis on power plant technologies and renewable energies. I was able to incorporate another nine months abroad - this time in Asia where I studied at Tongji University in Shanghai for one semester. I also completed two internships for ThyssenKrupp in Shanghai and traveled to get to know local cultures on the other side of the planet.

    After coming back from Asia I wrote my master thesis for the Future Technology division of Alstom Power about innovative ways to clean flue gases, especially after heavy fuel oil combustion, where I achieved to be a named contributor for a patent.

    Joining the multinational CDI program allows me to carry on the interdisciplinary and global approach I have been pursuing for years and gives me the opportunity of acquiring indispensable skills for a future career at the interface between technology and management.

    Apart from my passion for travel I'm a photography enthusiast and part of a show dance group with which I've already won the German championship of an all-male dance competition.

  • BernalThomas BERNAL

    Ecole Polytechnique / KTH Stockholm

    I was born in Paris in November 1991. I moved to Houston in 2002 and lived there until 2005. I entered Ecole Polytechnique in 2010 where I mostly studied physics before specializing in Electrical Engineering. I completed a double diploma with Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan in Stockholm in 2014, where I had the opportunity to continue my engineering studies while discovering a new language and culture.

    My passion for solving complex problems led me to various professional experiences. I first worked as an intern for Air Liquide Engineering Japan on strategic issues, before acquiring knowledge on inertial navigation and filtering through two internships for Sysnav - a young start-up company - and Safran Sagem.

    I was selected for the MBA program of the Collège des Ingénieurs, which will help me develop professional skills while thriving in a multi-cultural environment. The international component of this program was key for me as most of my life has been centered around sharing experiences with people from different parts of the world. I currently speak fluent French and English and have strong knowledge of Spanish and Swedish.

    My personal interests include all team sports, especially basketball which I have played my whole life, as well as sailing, traveling and electronic music.

  • CauseroFilippo CAUSERO

    Politecnico di Torino, Master in Industrial Production Engineering

    Born in Udine in 1988, with a passion for scientific subjects and management I started my studies in Industrial Production Engineering at the Politecnico di Torino. During the university period, I studied for two years at the Universidad Internacional de Catalunya in Barcelona,  following the course of Business Management. I achieved the Master Degree with full marks and honour in 2012. I worked two years in GE Oil & Gas, I started as an intern in the sourcing department and then as Program Manager. I really enjoyed this work experience, I learned many things from this wonderful company specially the capacity to continuously innovate and develop processes.

    Mission: I'm carrying out my mission in CNH Industrial as Program Manager. My responsibility is to build up a system to manage the quality of processes with the objective of continuous improvement in all the departments of Parts & Service Operations. To do so I developed a suggestion contest where all employees can participate providing their ideas and their energy to improve the way we work.

  • HauserSimon HAUSER

    Universität des Saarlandes (Mechatronics)

    I was born in the south of Germany close to Lake Constance. After I graduated from high school I followed my general interest in science and technology and started a training as a mechatronics technician. Afterwards I decided to connect the practical knowledge I had acquired with a theoretical background and started to study mechatronics at Saarland University in Saarbrücken where I focused on production systems and automation. Beside my studies I participated in competitive sports as a triathlete for a long time. That's the reason why I am interested in all kinds of sports and outdoor activities. During my one-year stay abroad at Seoul National University and my participation in an "Interdisciplinary Program in Technology and Management" I was able to expand my horizon and improve my economic knowledge as well as my Korean language skills. Additionally I gathered a lot of new cultural and international experiences including teaching German to Korean students. Back in Germany, I got the chance to gain more practical experiences in the field of flexible production systems for the aerospace industry as a graduate assistant at a research institute in Saarbrücken. At the end of my studies I served an internship and wrote my final thesis at Airbus Operations GmbH in Hamburg at the department "Production Systems & Automation". Due to my experiences at Airbus I came to realize, that I want to link the technical know-how I acquired in theory and practice with economic knowledge and improve my skills in the fields of management and finance. I also want to gain more international experiences and work on different projects with people from other disciplines. That's why I decided to join the CDI.

  • AlterDavid ALTER

    ISAE Supaéro

    I left Paris - the city I always have been living in - to study for three years in the South of France in Toulouse, the European capital for aeronautical and space industries. I am now a graduate from ISAE (Supaero-Ensica) – Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace -, where I have been confronted to all the basic disciplines while remaining based on aeronautics and space, the privileged field of application for the most advanced methodologies and techniques. I specialized during my last year as a student in financial engineering, focusing on market finance, statistics and optimization.
    I had a glance of the aeronautical industry thanks to an internship I did at Latecoere and in the financial world with an internship I did in London in a brokerage company, where I have been for six months a developer for several desks. Joining the CDI program in September 2014, I have the chance to go through several business matters within a team of brilliant engineers from many countries. I am doing my mission within the Strategy department of GDF Suez where I am in charge of the market analysis of the Latin America, North Africa and Middle East zones.

    I am a passionate of classical music and have always been studying the piano and musical theory in several Conservatoires.

  • MayerFlorian MAYER

    TU München (Maschinenbau)/ Politecnico di Torino/ Nanyang Technological University

    I was born in 1987 and grew up in Ingolstadt. I've studied mechanical engineering in Munich focusing on carbon fiber composites and automotive engineering. I got a first insight into the professional world of engineering during my internship at the Dr. Ing. h.c.F. Porsche AG in the drive train department. Driven by the experiences from this internship I founded together with a couple of fellow students the TUfast Eco team at the Technical University of Munich with the aim to design a fuel efficient prototype vehicle and to take part in the Shell Eco Marathon Europe. In this way I was able to gain first experience in dealing with projects and also to get new technical insights that go beyond the limited frame of lectures.

    In order to get also a better picture of the automobile industry in foreign countries I did an exchange semester in the automotive center of Italy at the Politecnico di Torino and was also part of the team at TUMcreate in Singapore which built an electric taxi for the Tokyo Motorshow. Moreover I've learned a lot from a technical point of view during my time in Japan while working for Toyota on innovative lightweight concepts but at the same time it also sharpened my consciousness about managing aspects like organizing work and communication. To explore also different fields of application of carbon fiber components I decided to write my final thesis at Airbus where I developed a sensor for infusion processes of composite parts. By participating in the CDI program, I aim to improve my management skills and economic understanding and appreciate especially the possibility to apply the new knowledge immediately in the accompanied mission. My project within the CDI-program is at Bombardier in Berlin where I'll implement a cost model for the restructuring of the company's design and manufacturing processes.

  • DangelaManuel DANGELA

    RWTH Aachen (Mining Engineering)

    I was born 1987 in Aachen, Germany. I studied Mining engineering at Aachen University of Technology, following my passion for raw materials and technology. Mining is not one man's job, a truly cross functional and international business which has always fascinated me.

    After my studies, I joined the metals & mining team of a major consultancy which brought me around the globe for nearly 3 years. Projects in emerging market such as Indonesia, Morocco or China turned out to be challenging but rewarding.

    In order to broaden my knowledge and expand my personal network, I decided to do an MBA at the CDI. At the CDI, I like its European spirit and the great group of people I am able to work with. The project choices of the CDI are another asset, which allowed me to gain insight into innovative technology companies in various industries. I am an energetic person and like to travel and do sports in my free time.

  • deNataleAndrea DE NATALE

    Politecnico di Torino, Master in Management Engineering

    Born in Torino in 1989, since I was young I have developed a strong curiosity toward mathematics and physics science. This curiosity has affected the choice of my studies as I decided to attend Liceo scientifico and after I applied for Management Engineering at Politecnico di Torino where I got my master's degree in 2013. Throughout master courses I've been part of many project that allowed me to develop fundamental skills very useful in order to work in a proactive way into a team. During the last five months of master course I've been working with a biomedical company to develop a new product ( I performed customer needs analysis and market research). This experience has been the subject of my master thesis. After the graduation I spent two months in London improving my business English skills. When I come back in Italy I've been hired by a consulting company where I worked from March 2014 to July as a functional analyst. These experiences taught me to get on well and appreciate people coming from different cultures, allowed me to learn how to reach very well defined objectives in a strict time schedule and develop further my team working skills. During my free time I like to play different sports both in a team or individual like ski, tennis, futsal and surf. I think that sport is the best way to clean my mind after a busy working day. I joined the MBA program at Collége des Ingenièurs - SAFM to learn fundamental notions useful to address my future working career toward a managerial position.

    Mission: Eg: I've been assigned to the middle office trading department at ERG S&T. My main assignment consist of deal with derivatives in the oil market (crude and products) with hedging and speculative purposes.

  • KhakipoorSam KHAKIPOOR

    Politecnico di Milano, M.Sc. in Arch. & Const. Engineering

    Born in Iran. Passed my childhood and teenage years in the over-crowded city of Tehran. In 2004 with the family moved to Dubai, Emirates. Started my university studies at the bachelor's level in the field of Architectural Engineering and in the meantime worked in the field of sales and marketing for various companies amongst them Sony Ericsson and HP, in order to sustain my costs. By the end of studies after a short working period moved to Milan, Italy in order to continue my studies in the field of Architecture & Construction Engineering at Politecnico di Milano. Italian experience would introduce me to a new world and approach to the architecture, I thought. In accordance to my expectation a totally different vision was being practiced in the mystery-filled Italy. At the end of the Masters period I had a short stay in the Scandinavian countries and by re-entering to Italy started working as a T-Professional in the furniture sector in Padova, as the days went by, I was more and more leaned toward the commercial section thanks to my people and deal-making skills, till I got the title "Export Manager" for the Mid-east and African Market. The final experience made it evident that I could excel much further in the Business section, and the fact that business would be the right direction to turn my career towards to, so I joined the CDI, to acquire the academic knowledge on economics as well as business analysis while expanding on managerial skills.

 

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