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Appointment of new Graduate Systems Engineer
The Telford-based control systems integrator Transicon Ltd has enhanced its project engineering team with the appointment of Matthew Cousins as a Graduate Systems Engineer.
Matthew first worked with Transicon in the Summer of 2017 on a placement during his summer break from university. During the three months with the company Matthew worked on several projects gaining valuable experience with Bosch Rexroth IndraMotion drives and software, working with servo motors both in house during development and commissioning the drives on site. He was also able to work with products from other suppliers such as Rockwell and Allen Bradley. After a successful placement Transicon then sponsored Matthew through the final year of his Masters Degree. After graduating from University Matthew has joined Transicon full time in engineering, and has continued to work with products from more companies such as Siemens and ABB. “At university I completed and published a Batchelors degree dissertation paper on Control of Robotics, and for my Master’s year completed a project working with TATA Steel on Industrial Process Automation. I am looking forward to taking this knowledge and experience from university, as well as everything I have already learned at Transicon forward onto future projects” said Matthew.
About Matthew Cousins Matthew was born in Shrewsbury, and after attending Haberdashers’ Adams in Newport, went on to study Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Swansea University. Matthew Graduated from Swansea University with a First Class Masters Degree with Honours in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, also Earning the ‘Best Electrical Engineering Student’ award for his class, as well as the Infineon prize for the best final year Electrical engineering project.
Matthew is continuing to gain experience over a wide range of drive and equipment manufacturers, and hopes to continue to do so while working towards becoming a member of the IET.
Posted on 03/09/2018