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Design and Engineering Group Assistant for ESS

Though software development has historically been a field dominated by men, the number of highly-skilled, well-trained women entering the profession has been increasing exponentially over the past decade. Increased gender diversity not only augments the number of software professionals; it also greatly expands the sea of talent and expertise, as exemplified by Paula Nandalu, who recently joined the growing ranks of software professionals who comprise the Telescope Services family. A citizen of Brazil, Paula has now moved to Sweden, where she began her assignment as a Design and Engineering Group Assistant at ESS.

Paula is an Engineer with extensive experience in circuit design and analysis, instrumentation, and electrical measurements, focusing on the area of power grid optimization and management. Her expertise includes C++ programming, Matlab, Arduino, Scrum, and firmware. Previously, Paula worked at the Institute of Technological Development (INDT) as a Laboratory Technician, where she was responsible for the development and application of mechanical and electrical tests using electronic measuring equipment.

Telescope Services is proud of its continuing commitment to searching the world for the most highly-skilled software engineering talent, and making this international array of skills available to companies throughout Sweden. As the continued expansion of the Telescope family demonstrates, Swedish companies benefit enormously from accessing, through Telescope, such a large and diverse talent pool.

All of us at Telescope extend our warmest greetings to Paula. We are delighted to welcome her to Sweden.

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