Very interesting topic (PHM on electronic boards) but the team was not very well organized. If you don't like to work in autonomy, it is not made for you.
a lot of responsibilities and trust
when I asked, I obtained some support otherwise I had to find the solution by myself what did not bother me as I like working autonomously. It is sometimes complicated but very challenging.
Actually, as I was very autonomous, I decided how busy I wanted to be. I was working from 9 to 5:30 with a break of one hour at noon. So, it was not so long but during the day I was working hard.
A lot because I accepted it.
I think a lot because I learned some technical stuff and I discovered new algorithms; I learned a lot about drilling and mostly I learned how to interact with colleagues in a multicultural context.
Some colleagues were very welcoming and friendly while some others were not.
As I said previously, not so well organized but it was because the manager of the team changed not a long time ago.
I had a lot of trainings but all linked to security and not really linked to the skills I wanted to developed
not really appealing. Because of the covid-19 crisis, they are drastically reducing the number of employees so it will be complicated to be hired... how ever I got a proposition for next year
Yes, I made friend with 2 colleagues.
Fun but very expensive (Cambridge is known to be very expensive)
Cambridge is a young but small city. So, it was ok.
with the university and meetup, a lot !
Placement (5-9 Months)
Computer and Systems Engineering, Computer Science
1st June 2020