Judith Bell - Yelo
Judith is an electronic engineer working in the research and development department at Yelo. She uses OrCAD to simulate electronic circuits and analyse the results to help inform circuit design and modifications.
She said, "Becoming an engineer has encouraged my sense of curiosity and I am always driven to learn more. I have enjoyed being able to research the theory and to apply it in practice; in design, testing, repair and modification."
"There is such a diverse range of disciplines in engineering. I’d encourage anyone, regardless of gender, to get involved, especially creative folk, problem-solvers and those of us with a million and one questions about how the world works. It’s not all about maths or all about drawing. For any combination of strengths, there is a field of engineering which would work perfectly with these. Even if you’re not currently considering a career in engineering, I’d look into what fields and opportunities are available- chances are you’ll stumble across something that looks interesting."
"All engineering projects are the result of the efforts of people with completely different skill sets, so there’s a job for every combination of talents." Read more about Judith's story>