I studied the BE/ME in Electronic and Computer Engineering from 2011-2015
Where do I work now?
I am currently a Product Development Engineer at Intel Corporation
What does a typical day look like for me?
As a Product Development Engineer at Intel, my daily responsibilities include generating & validating tests to verify if the memories of Intel products are working correctly, running simulations to get an idea of how these tests are running in the pre-silicon stage and working with different teams around the world.
What's my favorite UL memory?
Lounging around free rooms between lectures!
Why should you consider studying Electronic and Computer Engineering at UL?
It gives you a good base, and allows you to get an internship and a graduate position at a top company.
The mission of the Department is the pursuit of excellence in teaching and research in the area of Information Communication Technology (ICT).
Interested in hearing more about Electronic & Computer Engineering? Dr Colin Fitzpatrick will be giving an online presentation outlining UL course details on the 30th
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