From Internship to a Job as an R & D Software Engineer
For development of the customers’ new technology products Develco has employed Mads Fidder Jørgensen as a new R & D Software Engineer. He has worked in the technological development house through the last part of his engineering studies and on to the engineering job.
First Contact at Internship Day at Aarhus University
Mads Fidder Jørgensen is educated as a diploma engineer in electronics from Aarhus University. Since the very first contact at the Internship Day 2 years ago Mads has not left Develco throughout his studies. As an engineering trainee he worked with prototype platforms for Proof of Concept and was involved in individual customer projects. After the internship period Mads continued as a student assistant and helped with minor tasks in current customer projects. Among other things a Time-of-Flight TOF sensor for OSAA Innovation’s smart mobile IoT solution iV2GO for Intravenous IV treatment. In his bachelor’s project for Develco he co-operated with a Junior Race Engineer in developing an Infrared IR sensor for measuring tyre temperature on racing cars. After passing his exam and finishing his education as an electronics engineer Mads was permanently employed as an R & D Software Engineer in the engineering team.
Two Months Are Never Alike at Develco
“At the Internship Day 2 years ago, I got a really good impression of Develco and therefore I applied for the internship. My first impression of Develco proved true and I haven’t looked back since that time. I am very happy to work in a medium-sized development house like Develco with a flat organizational structure. Here everyone talks to everyone. I get permission to try my skills within electronics and to work with various customer projects rather than specializing in e.g. development of antenna design. I enjoy learning to write embedded software and having a variety in the development projects at Develco. When I have time off, I gather new energy by doing fitness or playing beachvolley and disc golf“, says Mads Fidder Jørgensen.