05. June 2022 Career

Julian, Test & Validation

Meet our staff

What do you do when you're not at in-tech?

I'm currently studying electrical engineering at Augsburg University of Applied Sciences in my 6th semester. In my spare time, I'm active in the Formula Student team there as well as doing a lot of sports.

In which area are you doing your internship?

My internship is about testing and analyzing vehicle electronics. My team and I are responsible for the entire measurement technology in the car.

What are the daily tasks in your internship?

At the moment, I'm mainly responsible for validating the data loggers after a new update to one of the vehicle models. But of course there are always other interesting tasks to support the whole team in the best possible way. Whether flashing control units, assembling cables or restructuring our warehouse management - there is definitely plenty of variety.

What was your coolest experience with in-tech outside the workplace?

In the first week of my internship we had a big staff meeting at our headquarters in Garching. That was really interesting because we learned a lot about general news and goals of in-tech. But the catering was particularly cool: Lots and lots of donuts in all imaginable variations, delicious! It was also super cool to meet some colleagues from the Formula Student team who are now working at in-tech.

What will you remember in particular?

The events and goodies at in-tech are really unique! Thanks to the event budget, which is made available to each team on a monthly basis, everyone can participate in cool team events and the daily work is sweetened with KOKS (coffee, fruit, cookies, sweets).

What advice will you give your successor?

Let me put it this way: in-tech is the ideal employer for technology enthusiasts and car enthusiasts! At the latest after the internship, it's clear to everyone: the car is much more than just a means of transport.

Describe in-tech in three words:

Orange - innovative - spirit