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1st yr MS student EE, focus is ELECTROMAGNETICS, looking for any advice
DLaa   10/12/2012 9:31:20 PM
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Hi All, I am a first year masters Electrical Engineering student focused in ELECTROMAGNETICS. I was looking to see if there is anyone out there that is willing to share some advice, tips, stories. This can be on industry, a company, school... pretty much anything. I just wanted to learn how to start my career or learn what the do's and dont's of the EE EMAG world is. Specifically looking to hear from EEs that have a background in EMAG... so RF/microwave, antenna, fiber optics, etc... but anyone is welcomed to chime in too. Thanks



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