A first for Julien
Julien Cordry, a senior lecturer in computer science has just signed up for his first knowledge exchange internship (KEI) project with Newton-Aycliffe based business, Design 365.
The web design company approached Teesside University for assistance to develop a mobile app development arm to their company. Teesside graduate, James Poel, has been recruited to work on the project alongside Julien.
It is the first time the School of Computing academic has been involved in a business project. Julien said: 'It is exciting to be in the position of creating something new and bringing some new skills to a company that expands, and this is a great change from my regular teaching activities.'
If you think you might be interested in working with a business, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or contact extension 4068.
16 July 2012 | Grapevine 124