Q -Which values are important to you and drive you?
AS -Respect, honesty, cohesion, trust, harmony and cordiality.
Q -Which SciFi "technology" are you missing in the real world?
AS -Laser swords and druids (I'm a Star Wars fan 😊).
Q -What technological progress do you hope for the most?
AS -A few things in the medical field to be able to better control, cure or diagnose diseases earlier.
Q -Which trend will most influence an industry of your choice?
AS -Autonomous driving in the automotive industry.
Q -What excites you most about your profession?
AS -Being able to work closely with my colleagues, being a helping hand and having the opportunity to further my education.
Q -What professional or personal achievement are you most proud of and why?
AS -Being able to be of help and support to my partners and my team.
Q -What do you do in your spare time? Do you have a passion that you pursue outside of work?
AS -I love motorsports, basketball, American football, rugby, music/singing, climbing & going to the gym.
Q -What did you want to be when you were little?
AS -A doctor & prima ballerina.
Q -What makes up your character, what is typical for you?
AS -I'm almost always in a good mood, it's hard for me to say no, I always have an open ear for everyone and I'm very honest and open.
Q -What are indispensable tools in your everyday life?
Q -What are your top 3 favourite podcasts/books?
AS -"Plötzlich Shakespeare" by David Safier, "Night Shift" and "The Green Mile" by Stephen King and "Le grand roman des maths" by Mickaël Launay.
Q -What are you currently training in, what new things are you learning?
AS -I am preparing for my motorbike licence & my studies as a dubbing artist and would like to do a basic course to be able to tinker with my motorbike myself.