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Tom

Engineer

BSc - Physics, University of Southampton

I started working at ITDev in April of 2018 as a graduate engineer, working within the electronics engineering department. During my degree I studied a broad range of topics including particle physics and orbital mechanics, both areas in which I used computational physics to aid in problem solving. I particularly enjoyed developing my own simulation to model planetary orbits in binary star systems.

My graduate experience at ITDev has been very enjoyable. Working on projects alongside experienced engineers creates a fast learning environment, and the friendly and supportive team have helped me to develop my skills as an engineer.

Outside of work I enjoy getting out into nature. I enjoy long distance walking and wildcamping, and have walked almost 1000 miles of the national trail network.

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Posts by Tom:

Posted 5th January 2021
Higher level testbench reusing lower level components
ITDev recently engaged with an ASIC design company. This blog outlines our verification strategy, and how our knowledge of UVM allowed us to achieve high test coverage in a very short time.
Posted 6th May 2020
Vivado plus Git icons
Maintaining a neat and tidy desk is something many of us are familiar with. Doing the same for your FPGA repository can be slightly more challenging. Tom reviews 3 approaches with Vivado, capturing ...more
Posted 21st January 2020
Axi pipe stage
As supporters of good engineering practice we provide guidance, coaching, training and, as for all our engineers, design reviews across all projects. This guidance and support is aimed at ...more
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An empty office and desserted Science Park
Posted 29th January 2021, By Jon O
Having started 2021 much as we ended 2020, we thought it would be good to look back to before the pandemic and reflect on how the year turned out against ...more
Higher level testbench reusing lower level components
Posted 5th January 2021, By Tom J
ITDev recently engaged with an ASIC design company. This blog outlines our verification strategy, and how our knowledge of UVM allowed us to achieve high test ...more
Ladybug in sight
Posted 3rd August 2020, By James H
If debugging a Linux driver is bugging you, this 'how to' guide explains how to approach this using the function tracer within ftrace to find out what’s going ...more
Linux penguin sending an email
Posted 19th June 2020, By Quentin D
In this final part of his blog, Quentin explains the final part of the process: submitting your changes to the Linux Maintainers.

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