Growing tech firm welcomes new intake of graduates
Swindon Silicon Systems, the specialist in the design and supply of integrated circuits which recently announced its move to a 35,000sq ft office building at Interface Business Park, has added three graduates to its roster.
Jason Robinson, who has just graduated with a BSc in electronic engineering from Southampton Solent University, joins the firm as a graduate product support engineer, while William Kelsey, currently completing his MEng in electrical and electronic engineering at Bristol University, and Vlad Cretu who has gained an MSc in analogue and digital integrated circuit design, will be joining the firm as graduate design engineers in the autumn.
Meanwhile Adrian Wheeldon, reading electronic engineering with computer systems at the University of Southampton, and Luke Morton reading electrical and electronic engineering at Imperial College, have both just completed the second year of their MEng courses and will be with the firm for ten weeks over the summer.
And Guillaume Saint-Cirque, a third year student at the National Engineering Institute in Mechanics and Microtechnologies in France, begins a five month placement in September.
“Swindon Silicon Systems is committed to supporting the development of young engineers,” said managing director Geoff Hall. “So, as usual, we are taking on a group of undergraduates on placement in our product support group. This is an opportunity for them to gain valuable on the job training and experience.”