Lunch-lecture with Hitachi ABB Power Grids

​Lunch-lecture with Hitachi ABB Power Grids

​ARME, I-Armar, and MARM are proud to present a lunch-lecture with Hitachi ABB Power Grids.
As a global leader within the areas of power technologies and with a large manufacturing industry in Sweden, Hitachi ABB is undeniably on every student’s radar. We provide products, systems, software and service solutions that are designed to meet the growing demand for electricity with minimum environmental impact. Whether connecting offshore wind farms or creating the next generation of power transformers, we work on providing innovative solutions every day and to achieve this we need people with diverse educational backgrounds – where industrial management, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering plays an important part!

Technology and entrepreneurship are hand in hand more than ever before so to meet the future needs, you need both - and Hitachi ABB Power Grids want to show you the way! With us we have an alumni from each section:

Stefan Wallberg, Electrical Engineering (M.Sc. Electric Power Engineering): System Design Engineer, working with Power Quality.

Rikard Berg, Mechanical Engineering (M.Sc Applied Mechanics): Production Engineer in HV Breakers, and part of the Power+ Trainee Program.

Elin Blomberg, Industrial management (School of Entrepreneurship): Project Manager in Electromobility and the Operating Unit.

They will talk about their individual areas of expertise, Hitachi ABB’s operations in Sweden and globally, and the offers Hitachi ABB has for you, whether regarding summer-jobs,  thesis work, entry-level positions or the trainee program. 

Everyone who attends will be satiated with knowledge and the 150 first people in line will also be satiated with FREE lunch. The lecture will be held in English!

Welcome!
Kategori Seminarium; Öppen föreläsning
Plats: Gustaf Dalénsalen, university building, Chalmers Tvärgata 5, Campus Johanneberg
Tid: 2021-10-14 12:00
Sluttid: 2021-10-14 13:00

Sidansvarig Publicerad: to 07 okt 2021.