Martin Adelholt

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Who am I? And how did I get here?

Growing up I found in an early age that I big technical interest. I loved to tinker with both mechanical as well as other products to find out how they work. I spent countless hours in the garage taking things apart and putting them back together, trying to fix whatever was broken. Also, throughout my life, I have been a person with goals and visions to always develop for the better. So this has been sought through work, education.

During my high-school education, I choose to develop my technical interests further, and applied for the Energy HVAC program and graduated in 2007. And I spent my summers installing fire extinguishing system, after graduation I worked as HVAC-technicians apprentice for a company until 2009. To allow me to solve practical solutions on the spot and educate me as a contractor. At the beginning of 2009, I was involved in a traffic accident that leads to amputation of my right leg due to the trauma I sustained in the crash. After one year of sick leave where I focused upon rehabilitation, I spent a few months volunteering as a store clerk to pass the time, and I came to an idea to further educate myself was born. I started my studies in the fall of 2010 with the hope of reaching a masters degree in product development. To develop an idea that came to me during my rehabilitation, of how prosthetic systems could be enhanced with a new solution. At the fall of 2013, I enrolled in the master's program for Civil Engineering program in Technical Design at Mid Sweden University, where I pursued my idea during my Bachelor thesis as well as on my spare time, which later on came to be called the  Hydra Coupler.

 

In a near future I see myself working as a product-developer, with the ability to lead projects, design products and manufacture them as well as evaluate the result. I strive to reach a position that allows for some practical work as well as theoretical challenges. A good fit could be head of development team, allowing for participating in the design process and communicating with the manufacturers.

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Languages

Swedish Advanced

English Advanced

Polish Advanced

IT Knowledge

Solidworks Advanced

Inventor Advanced

Rhino Advanced

Matlab Advanced

Keyshot Advanced

Linux systems Advanced

Excel Advanced

Illustrator Advanced

InkScape Advanced

Photoshop Advanced

Gimp Advanced

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