Hard to believe the last time I had a chance to update my own blog was way back in February! So much has happened since then, so old times sake I think it’s worth a quick summary! 🙂 First lets get some music on, Spotify’s new Discovery weekly is where its at: Gadget Show Live […]
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“Change is inevitable. Change is constant.” is a quote from Benjamin Disraeli, a man who served twice as British Prime Minister during the 1800’s. It may be an old quote (one I always remember), but he was onto something. Change is a process of nature, it is something that happens all of the time and can’t […]
I have been awarded an IET Grant for my final year of University and shall be attending the awards ceremony in London on 19th November! 😀 What a summer it has been!
3 items of big news (they always come in 3’s!): – I have secured a graduate job at Jaguar Land Rover after another awesome summer of undergraduate placement – really enjoyed myself and looking forward to coming back! 😀 For anyone else who might be interested in undergraduate placements (summer and year long) or graduate […]
It is that time of year again where I have a bit of time to get things updated. Today a brand new shiny CV design and updated content. Click here to view!
However, last night was quite possibly the last night out in Bangor we will all have together! 🙁 Hope you enjoyed the birthday celebrations Sam and Alex! Going to miss everyone who isn’t staying!
4 exams, averaged 92% (pending exam board finalization) – not too shabby! Let’s hope I can keep that up for the next year and a half! Also moved one step closer to completing Bangor Employability Award, 28 more points to go – should be able to polish that off by the end of the year […]
I mentioned previously the title of my dissertation this year, thought I would take the time to write a quick summary of what it is all about here. Organic Photovoltaic Solar Cells (abbreviated to OPVs) are solar cells where the active layer (the layer that turns light energy into electricity) is made of an organic […]
Well it has been a busy few weeks: Long journey back to University, 4 exams, placement department preferences selected, Halls Warden application filled in and mandatory end of exams night out have all been completed successfully. I actually have the overall feeling that all of my exams went well, which is a good feeling! Hopefully […]