Two student interns support our project department
Mads Vestergaard Jensen, 23, and Anders Foldager Bay Jensen, 22, are our two new full-time interns from University of Southern Denmark in Odense (SDU). They are both in their sixth semester of their Bachelor studies and will work together on a big project at Inwatec for one semester.
Anders – Student in Mechanical Engineering
Originally coming from Køge, a city close to Copenhagen, Anders Foldager Bay Jensen moved to Odense to study the Bachelor programme in Mechanical Engineering at SDU. In his spare time, Anders enjoys running and watching American Football.
“Here at Inwatec, I really enjoy the hands-on experience in the development process. I also like the approach that Inwatec is following: using standard components with specialized parts”, Anders describes. “Most interesting for my internship is first, the mechanical design of all the products which are produced at Inwatec and also the development of new products.”
Mads – Student in Integrated Design
Mads Vestergaard Jensen grew up in Brønderslev in the very north of Denmark, but moved to Odense two and a half years ago for his studies. He is taking his Bachelor of Engineering in Integrated Design at University of Southern Denmark in Odense and already gathered practical experience in a workshop where he assembled hydraulic machines for one year. However now at Inwatec, he will be focussing on the mechanical engineering field.
“I like working at Inwatec. It is very nice as everybody is friendly and also the task I am working on is interesting. Doing an internship during my studies is especially great, because I am allowed to try out new things and I am already looking forward to getting a lot of experience”, tells Mads.
Mads likes football, and loves to spend his free time on smaller building projects. So far, Mads restored two small mopeds of the model Puch Maxi, built his own clothes rack, made table legs, and more. However, his biggest passion is Lego Technic.
Both students found out about Inwatec at various job fairs on the Odense campus of University of Southern Denmark, and especially the PP-dag, which is a special fair for engineering students who are searching for internships and projects during their studies. We at Inwatec believe that innovative ideas should be brought to life – and therefore always look out for skilled people who are enthusiastic about witnessing smart inventions to be implemented in the real world.
The main project, Mads and Anders will be jointly working on during their internships, is to find a solution to combine the foundations of our mat rollers HURRICANE and TORNADO. The goal is to create an improved common foundation for our bigger mat roll machines. By that, we wish to simplify to the construction processes in future. We are already looking forward to the coming months and are curious about the solution Mads and Anders will develop.
Welcome to the team, Anders and Mads!