Charly graduated from the University of Bristol in 2017 with a first class Master’s degree in Engineering Design. Her degree covered a range of multidisciplinary topics and towards the end of her studies she specialised in composite structures and advanced materials.
During her time at university, Charly completed a number of industry placements. In the R&D team at Babcock she was involved in naval weapon redesign, and at the National Composites Centre she worked with Rolls-Royce to develop composite turbine blade test specimens. During her year placement with Atkins she worked as a structural analyst in the aircraft landing gear team.
After graduating, Charly worked at an engineering consultancy where she designed composite structures for luxury yachts and workboats.
Charly joined Keltie in 2019 and is currently working towards becoming a qualified patent attorney.
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