Name: Nicolai Domingo Nielsen
Education: MSc Engineering Design and Applied Mechanics, DTU
Start in WDH: 2018
I am one of the two Engineering Graduates who started in 2018.
My background is within mechanical and computational engineering, which I studied at The Technical University of Denmark, combined with studies in the USA and in Singapore.
As a graduate, there is an important amount of responsibility, expectations and trust from the very beginning of the programme. At the same time, there is high flexibility to be involved in projects of varied technical focus, due to the multidisciplinary field of hearing technology.
For my first rotation, I am part of Product Development at Sennheiser Communications as a project manager, with a focus on manufacturing. Sennheiser Communications is owned by William Demant Holding, and a very interesting place to be as an engineer, since R&D is a big part of the company. Engineers, from mechanical development to electroacoustics and software, are working closely together and combining technologies, which are structured through systems engineering.
Furthermore, I enjoy learning from a wide network of graduates across backgrounds and specializations and working with welcoming colleagues about the latest hearing technologies through projects and courses.
Name: Rosa Cecilia Rodriguez Garcia
Education: Biotechnology Engineering and Environmental Engineering
Start in WDH: 2018
I´m Cecilia Rodriguez, I started the William Demant Graduate Programme in September 2018 in the engineering track and I have my first rotation in the quality department.
I was born and raised in Mexico where I studied my bachelor in Biotechnology Engineering and later I pursed a master in Environmental Engineering in the USA.
It has always been my goal to develop myself to my full potential while acquiring an international perspective, which is why the Graduate Programme was a perfect match to my objectives.
The Programme is designed for graduates to learn as much as possible about the company. In this first rotation I´m involved in projects that allow me to get to know the product portfolio better and the many regulations involved in the production of hearing devices. Additionally, I´ve had many introductions to the different areas of quality and in general to the company and the products.
Everyone has been very welcoming, I can´t be happier as I´ve met awesome people and an environment full of cooperation and teamwork.
Name: Kristine Clemmensen-Rotne
Education: M.Sc. Industrial Engineering and Management, DTU
Start in WDH: 2017
I started as one of the two year Engineering Graduates at William Demant in 2017. My first rotation was in Quality where I was working in the Product Quality Management Team.
My two first projects were the development of the Employee Friendly User Tests for the ConnectClip and a cross-functional project with Sales and Marketing.
My educational background is a Master’s Degree in Engineering Management and a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemistry and Biotechnology, both from the Technical University of Denmark.
I spend a considerable portion of my spare time being part of the National Board of the Danish Scout and Guide Association, a volunteer organisation of 36,000 members. The remainder is spent on sports activities, family and friends.
Name: Camilla Willow Møldrup
Education: Cand.Polyt Design & Innovation, DTU
Start in WDH: 2017
My name is Camilla, I started as Engineering Graduate at William Demant in 2017. I am a Design Engineer and graduated from DTU in February 2017.
My first rotation was in R&D – Hardware, where I was part of three very different projects. One had an organizational focus, one a more mechanical design focus and one was within systems engineering.
The first period of time here was filled with a lot of introductions to both the company in general and to the products from a technical point of view. We visited the production in Poland as well and got to build our own hearing aid. To me, knowing the products from the beginning is the best way to become a good Engineering Graduate, as this enables me to contribute more to the project work.