During his studies, Gregory was already in close contact with EWAG, which was an important industrial partner of his university. After his internship and his doctoral thesis - both successfully practiced at EWAG - he started his career as a process engineer and micro-machining specialist in the field of lasers. Now, Gregory can no longer imagine working for a company other than Ewag AG.
Although at the beginning of his new tasks, Gregory has more questions than answers, he now especially likes the varied customer contact. "The challenge, and what makes the job interesting, is how to come up with a robust solution, as it is hardly ever trivial - all of this keeps the mind in constant motion!" One solution often comes along with a well-deserved afterwork-drink with his EWAG colleagues.