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In over 200 countries worldwide, we create technologies that take society further. How? Through electrification, digitalization and automation. We’ve reduced congestion in cities by 20% using intelligent real-time traffic data; we’ve built offices using nothing but a 3D printer; we’ve created software that...

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  • Electronic & Electrical
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  • Sciences/Maths

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Placements / Internships

Top Engineering Students Celebrated at Siemens Awards

On Wednesday 10th December the UK's top engineering undergraduates were presented with the prestigious Sir William Siemens Medal at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. Nine young engineers from some of the UK’s leading universities (Cambridge, Imperial, Lincoln, Loughborough, Newcastle, Nottingham, Manchester, Sheffield and Strathclyde), have been recognised by their universities and Siemens as being the most outstanding students in their year.  They received...

Uchenna Obidike

Graduate Engineer

"I saw Siemens as the only company that could provide me with a platform to explore my ideas and help me to expand my theoretical knowledge through practical applications."

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Jen Menmuir

Aero-Mechanical Engineering

"My future plans are to get a solid grounding in the technical aspects of my job for the next few years allowing me to be the single point of contact in the UK for technical issues for the Siemens wind turbine fleet"

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Siemens trials 3D printed turbine blades

 Components were tested at 13,000 revolutions per minute and temperatures beyond 1,250°C. Siemens has finished first full load engine tests for gas turbine blades produced using additive manufacturing (AM) technology. The company successfully validated multiple AM printed turbine blades with a conventional blade design at full engine conditions. This means the components were tested at 13,000 revolutions per minute and temperatures beyond 1,250°C. The blades were installed in a...

Added: 7th February 2017

Chris Waters

Graduate Engineer

"I love working in the rail industry and I don't have an anorak!"

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