My name is David Deurell and I am the new trainee here at Aros Electronics. I have just graduated from the electric power engineering master at Chalmers University of technology. I will via this blog keep you updated on what I will be doing during this year and hopefully get you to apply for next year’s trainee program!
During my first 2 weeks I went through an introduction program in the production. During this time I got the chance of getting to know the products and the production process from incoming goods until the products is ready for delivery to customer. This introduction is giving you as an employee valuable knowledge in what to keep in mind when designing new products. Below is a PCB going in to a pre heater to get ready for soldering.
After this introduction it was time to get involved in my first project at research and development. Since my supervisor during this trainee year is working with machine design my first assignment was to simulate the inductance behavior of a machine and compare it to measurements on the actual machine. Since Aros is developing everything from idea to finished product I will during this year get a chance to try all different areas and stages of development and find out what suits me the best.
Next it was time for the annual conference! This time we went to Bråtadal just outside Ullared. Here we had two days of group activities with focus on our different areas of expertise. The main mission was to figure out food that had something in common with the area your group was assigned e.g the “power chili” below that was our take on the area power electronics. These recipes will then be put together in to an Aros electronics cookbook.