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Christos Merinopoulos is an independent consultant, in the fields of Electronic Assembly and Manufacturing with extensive knowledge in repairing methodologies. Prior to this, he worked in various fields of the electronic industry (as a mechanic, assembler, electronic & electrical technician), focused in the repairing procedure. Finally, in his most recent position, he was occupied as a mobile technician at Arvato S.A. As Christos is a passionate writer, he is also a contributing editor for the E.E. Times.

Christos graduated from the F.I.T. institute in Cyprus with a degree in Computer Engineering and from HKR University in Sweden with a degree in Embedded Systems. As a strong believer in lifelong learning, he is currently attending Electronic Engineering courses at Linkoping University and in his spare time you will find him in almost all online educational platforms.



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