After having completed two consecutive summer placements at the Virtual Engineering Center (VEC) and having graduated from the University of Liverpool with a 1st in BSc Physics, Alan Everett will now join VEC full time as VEC’s first ever graduate intern. Together with the visualization team, he will further develop his coding, modelling, and commercial software skills.
A success story
Every summer, the VEC offers students the opportunity to work with experts on cross-sector projects spanning across fields such as programming robotics assets, predictive modeling through Artificial Intelligence, and immersive visualization aimed at product design
Lynn Dwyer, Head of Commercial for the VEC, remarked the importance of similar schemes for the future and the mutual enrichment of graduates and enterprises, “It’s important to us to offer placement opportunities to young engineers with emerging talent, as the experience is integral to developing digital skills required by today’s business.”