“Not only do bright and well educated undergraduates make a valuable contribution to our engineering projects we also benefit from their sharing of their own ideas and fresh perspectives with the rest of the business.”
Karen Oddey, C-MAC MicroTechnology
C-MAC MicroTechnology sponsors its first UKESF scholar from the University of Surrey
In an IET Engineering & Technology magazine interview Karen Oddey, C-MAC MicroTechnology CEO for Aerospace and Defence Electronics, talks about why they have got involved with UKESF. Its first UKESF scholar, Dominic Lane, who is studying an MEng degree in Space Technology & Planetary Exploration at the University of Surrey, explains that he was interested in holding a scholarship with C-MAC as he could get involved in their work in supplying solutions to the European Space Agency.