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Meet our alumnus now working as a Development Scientist

Meet our alumnus now working as a Development Scientist

Sina Fateri

My best memory of studying at Brunel is finding new friends and living on campus.

Sina, Research, Alumni

Development Scientist - Project Manager, Eddyfi Technologies

Electronic and Electrical Engineering PhD - 2016

From Iran

Previous Institution

Brunel University London - MSc Wireless Communication Systems (2012)

Where do you currently live?


Tell us about your career journey since you graduated…

After completing my PhD programme at Brunel University, I was employed as a Project Leader for Technology by TWI Ltd based in Cambridge, UK. I worked on oil, gas, and energy related projects focused on structural integrity of pipelines using acoustic signal processing. I was promoted to Senior Project Leader for Technology and after two years, I moved to Eddyfi Technologies where I mainly focus on software product development of high-tech NDT equipment for oil, gas and energy industries.

What does a typical day at work involve for you?

Research and development (R&D), digital product development, leadership, project management and Python programming

What is your best memory of studying here?

Finding new friends and living on campus.

If you could give one piece of advice to new students, what would that be?

Find your talents and follow your passions.

What would be your top tip or advice for new graduates as they begin their career journey?

Steer your career towards a job that you enjoy.