Job Title: Software Architect
Having studied Applied Physics at Sheffield Hallam University, I’d had the opportunity to enjoy a 12-month industrial placement with the instrumentation and x-ray detection group at the Daresbury laboratory synchrotron light source.
During this time I grew interested in computer-based data acquisition. Since graduating, this interest has led me to a variety of positions, from manufacturing test of cellular handsets for Nokia, through to validation of spacecraft / payloads at Astrium satellites. However, the core component of using software to control instruments to measure physical phenomena has remained constant. At Konrad I have been able to continue that journey in the automotive space, helping to validate cutting edge ADAS/ AD technologies as the world moves towards autonomous driving.
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