A Day in a Life: Panagiota is shaping the future of naval technology
Panagiota has been working at ATLAS ELEKTRONIK for several years and has been involved in the further development of the company since 2019. During a typical day she takes care of the overall coordination, planning, monitoring, and reporting of development projects. "This includes different types of projects from basic research – new findings and experiences – to advanced product development," the expert explains.
Panagiota’s daily task: Shaping the future of navies worldwide
Panagiota chose working at ATLAS ELEKTRONIK because here, she and her team can shape exciting and complex projects for the navies of tomorrow. "Here, I have the opportunity to build on my previous work experience and expand my know-how," explains Panagiota.
Another important factor in her decision to work at ATLAS ELEKTRONIK were the products and projects themselves: "At thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, we develop and manufacture the standard for tomorrow's marine technology – facing new challenges all the time”, she says.
The impact of artificial intelligence
One of these challenges: the rise of new technologies. The experts at ATLAS ELEKTRONIK believe that new technologies like AI will certainly have a strong impact on products in the maritime sector. It will enable complex relationships to be learned in a data-driven manner and overcome the limitations of classical mathematical models.
And even beyond all advantages, adapting to new situations is simply what Panagiota and her team do in their daily work. “We don’t stop at series production but continue to grow and aim for excellency and innovation, every single day”, emphasizes Panagiota.
Starting out at ATLAS ELEKTRONIK
This very attitude is also what Panagiota believes to be the most important requirement for a successful career at thyssenkrupp Marine Systems and ATLAS ELEKTRONIK: the willingness to keep learning, growing and challenging yourself. When it comes to formal requirements, she suggests that a scientific or technical university degree is an advantage. Panagiota herself studied electrical engineering and earned a doctorate degree.
For Panagiota, it's clear she would choose her field again and again. To young people starting out in their careers in maritime shipbuilding, she says: "The tasks are exciting, our activities are comprehensive and challenging, and you will learn something new every day.”
Anyone interested is very welcome to join her team! Take a look at the current vacancies at thyssenkrupp Marine Systems on our careers page.