Scientific Software Developer , Virtual Interconnect Ltd
Emma graduated from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow with a first class degree in Mathematics, Statistics and Finance, and has worked as a Scientific Software Developer at Virtual Interconnect since 2019. She has successfully applied the logical thinking skills gained to improve product algorithms to provide the best possible user experience. With extensive knowledge of multiple Creo environments, key responsibilities include development and customization of Harness Manufacturing Extension (HMX), WNCBridge for Creo Schematics and Windchill, along with customer specific Creo Parametric software solutions. Emma's experience working as a designer and technical trainer with the Creo Routed System Design tools has enabled her to approach software design from an expert user point of view.