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Information about Bengel

Published on January 21, 2008

Author: Renato


Global Marathon 2007 “How a female physicist ends up as a production engineer”:  Global Marathon 2007 “How a female physicist ends up as a production engineer” Graduated physicist Since May 2006 production engineer at Agilent Technologies Isabel Bengel Study of physics:  Study of physics The studies: Basic studies Main studies Diploma thesis 2 years 2 years 1 year To understand basic effects in nature and the precondition for technical applications My favourite school subject with strictly logical conclusions as a way to solve problems Why physics? Universalism of physics:  Universalism of physics Physics Computer science Medical physics Mathematics Astronomy Environmental science Biophysics Ice core drilling inside a glacier cave Working as a production engineer:  Working as a production engineer Writing technical information and documentation Evaluating and interpreting the measurement results Solve actual problems in the production line Defining and implementing production processes Measurements and flaw analysis Optimizing product quality standards Team: Engineers with one physicist :  Team: Engineers with one physicist Things which a physicist can bring into an engineers team Can give new ideas “out of the box” More analytical and statistical based data analysis Can look at problems or circumstances from a more mathematical and deeper physical point of view Establish basic knowledge Things which a physicist learns from the engineers Material science Production specific knowledge Process optimization and stability Team: men with one woman:  Team: men with one woman Feedback from my colleagues: “Sometimes easier to communicate with colleagues from other departments” “The association is more comfortable and harmonious, that results in a more effective work and a higher motivation” “There is nothing special it’s self-evident to have women in the team” “My” Production Engineers team at Agilent Technologies

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