Researcher and project manager
Specialises in: safety critical systems
Sabine likes to find clarity in complex situations, to understand the true needs of users and to bring together stakeholders to shape improvements for a more efficient, pleasant and safety proof future. As a computational linguist, languages are her major tool and frames of reference when it comes to understand the subtleness of user needs. She loves to imagine future state scenarios and to test new ideas with a wide range of users in real-life contexts. Sabine has managed large and complex projects involving multiple stakeholders. She is passionate about putting technology at the service of people.
Sabine loves the buzz and activity of big cities, with innumerous opportunities to take part in human creativity and social interaction. Choir singing allows her to combine social life, arts and physical activity. Sabine also likes to reconnect with nature through hiking, cycling and camping, where it all comes to downsizing to the most simple forms of moving and living.