Why did you choose to study Natural Resources Engineering?
– After high school I did not know what I wanted to do something, but when I found a program with the name "Natural Resources Engineering" caught my interest. I always wanted to deal with issues of concern to both technology and society, so to get to immerse myself in the issues surrounding sustainable resource is gold to me.
What are your plans after studying?
– The goal is to start working in the field I trained directly, but I might take a year and traveling to see all the cool geological sites globally.
Do you have any advice for future students at LTU?
– It's easy to get stuck in a little studying, so my tip is to find a social activity that they enjoy and can meet other students. I myself am very much involved in the Engineering Without Borders, which is a blast and gives a tremendous amount of experience on leadership issues and projects.