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Kerstin Wetjen – project manager

Even during her school years, Kerstin Wetjen, born in 1994, was concerned with climate change, renewable energies and sustainable energy supply. As a result, she dealt with these topics scientifically during her studies in Energy and Environmental Management (B.Eng.) at Flensburg University of Applied Sciences. During this time, she gained experience during her semester abroad at the Université de la Nouvelle-Calédonie and her internship at IBIS Power in Eindhoven, Netherlands, among others.

With her Master's degree in Sustainable Energy Technology (M.Sc.) at the Technical University of Braunschweig, she specialized in energy distribution. In the course of this, she dealt with the legal and regulatory framework of voltage-level and cross-grid reactive power management in her student research project. In her master thesis, she developed and investigated fallback strategies in case of an information and communication disturbance in the distribution network, which she wrote at Braunschweiger Netz GmbH. Currently, Ms. Wetjen works as a secondary technology engineer at Netze BW GmbH.

Mai Bach

Mai Bach was born in Chemnitz in 1999. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Mechatronics at the Darmstadt University of Technology. Since February 2019, she has been involved as a member of the VDE Young Net.

In July of the same year, she was elected 1st chairwoman of the Electrotechnical Association at the TU Darmstadt e.V., became a board member of the Rhine-Main District Association and during her term of office was able to organize with the university group was able to offer the students of the TU Darmstadt numerous events and excursions to renowned companies.

Mai Bach has been the young member spokesperson of VDE Young Net since July 2020 and has since introduced the new project organization. Likewise, she organized the JMA online event. She is currently continuing her studies in mechanical engineering at RWTH Aachen University.

Onur Kocamis

Onur Kocamis was born in Neuss in 1994. He comes from a family of craftsmen and grew up bilingual. He discovered his passion and potential for electrical engineering when he started building small LED circuits in secondary school.

For his school education as a state-certified technical assistant in renewable energy technology and energy management, he moved to Itzehoe in the far north of Germany. The training awakened his ambition and so he decided to complete the general university entrance qualification with a focus on electrical engineering.

He successfully managed to do so within a year. Since 2017, Onur Kocamis has been studying electrical engineering and information technology with a specialization in automation technology at Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences and is a member of the VDE and VDI.

Jannik Muders

Jannik Muders comes from Bonn and is currently studying for a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering at Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences. After he graduated from the general University entrance qualification in 2019, he began his studies in the winter semester of 2019/2020.

Since then, he has been a member of the VDE. His interest in both technology and the ever-growing problem of climate change led him to become part of the "Earth 2250" project.

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