Member Profiles IEEE-HKN Mu Nu Chapter, Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy What is the most important thing you've learned in school? One of the most important things I have learned from school is to be curious. The best teachers I have ever met are the kind of people that encourage students to ask questions, to investigate further class topics and look for new answers. I think it is important to maintain this attitude also in your future job to reach planned goals and good results. THE BRIDGE What advice would you give to other students entering college and considering studying your major? The first years at university can be very tough, especially in the field of computer engineering. My advice is to spend time during your first years investigating this complex field. In the future, you will be grateful you took your time to learn; you'll be able to apply your knowledge to reach new goals. Don't be afraid to learn something more than the university daily lesson; you need to study for your future and for yourself, not just to pass the exam. Finally, allow yourself to experiment. When you start working, you'll regret all the things you haven't done during your university life. This is the right time to learn a new programming language... to do that project you have kept in your mind one day too many...to go to conferences on topics you are interested in...and to discuss with people about your fields of interest to broaden your knowledge.