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Integer welcomes Helder Pais to the team as an Electrical Engineer

In this role, Helder will leverage his modeling and simulation skills to create digital twin models that represent the physical phenomena of complex engineering systems.    

Helder received both his bachelor’s and master’s engineering degrees from University of South Carolina with a focus on electrical and electronics engineering.  While at USC he worked as a research assistant, developing electrical, mechanical, and fluid component models for USC’s Virtual Test Bed. 


After graduation, Helder continued as a full-time research assistant on the VTB project, where he trained students in the creation of digital models and assisted in the development of a naval warship simulation tool called Smart Ship Systems design. He also developed a smart tool that informs the user on the optimal ship configuration for the completion of different mission objectives. 


Helder’s prior experience includes working as a software engineer at SysEDA, where he developed a simulation tool suite and created several component models. 


“Integer has a great work environment where everyone, regardless of title, is treated with attention and respect,” said Helder Pais.


Outside of work, Helder enjoys listening to audiobooks, playing disc golf with friends, and going to the mountains for a hike.

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