New faces: Nonlinear expands its software development team

It’s an exciting time for us here at Nonlinear Dynamics, with the recent recruitment of 2 more software engineers, Robin and Sam, and the intake of a new intern, Osagie. This expansion helps us continue to develop industry-leading software for the world of ‘omics while providing regular, feature-rich updates.

RobinRobin Sillem has been a software developer for around 30 years with experience in the engineering, medical science, and financial sectors. In his spare time, he enjoys climbing and mountaineering and can often be found hanging off rocks or ice.

SamSam Hogarth has joined us from the financial software industry where he was working alongside Robin. His hobbies include gaming, running and going to gigs.

OsagieOur latest intern is Osagie Izuogu, a PhD student at Newcastle University who has come to gain some practical experience in proteomics and software development. Osagie’s interests include politics, football and poker.

All 3 are already hard at work with the rest of the team and are passionate about delivering best in class software for ‘omics applications.

Interested in a career at Nonlinear Dynamics?

If Nonlinear Dynamics sounds like somewhere you’d like to work and you think you can strengthen our team, you might want to check out our recruitment page.