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Megan Brady

Tell us about yourself
Hi, I’m Megan and I’m from County Meath. I recently graduated from Maynooth University with my Bachelor of Science with Education. My specialism subjects are Mathematics and Biology.
I applied to the STInt Programme because...

I felt it was important I gained experience within a STEM environment that was outside of the classroom. I felt this experience would not only benefit my teaching but also my own personal growth.

Tell us about your STInt in Industry

During my STInt at Intel I worked with Arduino and Grove kit devices. I also worked with coding resources such as Scratch and mBlock. I was introduced to the world of electronics and coding in a practical setting. I also participated in a few short courses on Excel and learned how it can be used in the classroom.

I designed 12 lesson plans over the duration of my internship which I will bring back to the classroom. The lesson plans cover a range of subjects from Junior Cycle Science to Leaving Cycle Mathematics and Biology. I thoroughly enjoyed my experience at Intel and would highly recommend it.

STInt host

Intel is one of the largest semiconductor chip manufacturers globally. Intel has an extensive product portfolio that includes the design and manufacture of CPUs, VPUs (Vision Processing Units) and other devices related to communications and computing. The Movidius division is part of Intel’s Internet of Things Edge AI Group that specializes in Artificial Intelligence and Vision technology for edge applications. Movidius owns the development of Vision Processing Unit (VPU) Intellectual Property and VPU System on Chips. Movidius is currently a global leader in edge inference and their products include Myriad 2, Myriad X and Keem Bay. Since 1989, Intel has invested $15 billion in Ireland creating the most advanced industrial campus in Europe. Today, alongside advanced manufacturing, Intel in Ireland has come to represent a diversity of activities across the spectrum of Intel business from cutting edge research to design. Intel has 4,900 employees across Ireland.

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