Today’s and tomorrow’s challenges for engineers

The engineering profession is in constant flux. So are the knowledge and the skills sets required. Where does that leave a modern-day Leonardo da Vinci or Nikola Tesla? What challenges do they face? Engineers’ jobs have changed. The old systems … Continued

Matteo Greco – exporting skills   

  Syngenia is proud to export skills across borders. We spoke to Matteo Greco, a Nuclear System Engineer currently working at Tractebel. For almost two years, Syngenia facilitated his mission in the Dutch city of Alkmaar.   What brought you … Continued

“Camp de Partage” – an enriching human experience

Syngenia’s FORWARD program, as we have previously highlighted, aims to contribute to the professional and the personal development of its staff. Investing in projects with added value for society is one way of achieving this. We talked with Manon Hap … Continued

Will tomorrow’s wind turbines sail the high seas?

While on mission, Syngenia engineers sometimes have the opportunity to work on truly innovative projects. We talked with Cédric Dewandre, an engineer on mission with Tractebel for Syngenia, about an ambitious project to install offshore floating wind turbines. What will … Continued

From Colombia to Belgium – via Spain…

Electrical engineer Sara Betancur is a sparkling Colombian who, after studying in Colombia and Spain, came to make her home in Belgium a few years ago. Following her initial experience in the renewable energy sector, Sara moved into nuclear energy … Continued

Good practices for running a project

To make a success of the projects that are assigned to them, engineers need to strike a balance between people, techniques and the various economic and strategic issues. This means they will be faced with a series of factors that … Continued