BUSINESS - TECHNOLOGY - PEOPLE
Aadit Sabareesh Nair
MODEL-BASED SYSTEMS ENGINEER
LEAN SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT | CERTIFIED FMEA SPECIALIST
Haaaave you met... me?
Welcome to my website. If you are here you are either one of those 5-6 people who are crazy about me, or you have no clue who I am.
If you don't know me, don't worry that's exactly why I made this site and lured you in.
I graduated from the University of Leeds completing my MSc in Management with merit in 2021.
I'm a Mechanical Engineer by training having graduated with distinction (8.29 on a scale of 10) and I love bringing together businesses and people using technology.
I firmly believe that any process or product always has room for improvement. In line with this belief, I became a Certified FMEA Specialist along with obtaining my
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.
Guess who has a new job!!!
That's right folks, after almost a year of job hunting, more than 1000 applications, dozens of interviews and rejections due to visa issues, I have finally landed a new role.
I'm now a Graduate Engineer at Alten working on projects for Rolls Royce.
If you want to know about my journey or about university life or finding a job in the UK,
connect with me on LinkedIn
drop a mail at email@example.com
Get to know the real Aadit.
I am a huge Harry Potter fan, and I have read all the books and watched all the movies, more times than I care to admit.
That's just a photo of me hunting for new harry potter canons.
Why so serious?
I love giving those around me a good laugh ... (or a scare, depending on their sense of humour).
That's me, last Halloween!
Btw... I did the makeup by myself, so 10 points to gryffindor!
For me driving is an amazing relationship between a person and the vehicle.
I learned to drive when I was about 11 and have been in love ever since.
Back in India, I drive a Suzuki Ciaz and I miss driving since I came to the UK.
Hoping to get a license in the UK soon.
I am extremely passionate about anything with wheels or wings or rudders or floating on magnets....
I'll never miss the chance to get behind the wheel of any vehicle be it a car or an auto-rickshaw (tuk-tuk).
One of these days I'm planning to learn how to fly some smaller aircrafts.
Maybe we can fly together to business meetings?
Future of Transport
I believe the future of transport is electric and we should all accept it, but I'm definitely going to miss a manual transmission drive and maybe even the experience of driving when it will be replaced by autonomous driving.
I think an international corporation should be formed to unify chargers for all EVs and help developing countries adapt to EVs faster.