Its graduation season. Will the new engineers please stand up

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by count_volta, May 15, 2013.

  1. count_volta

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    I just got my Bachelor's of Science in Electrical Engineering degree a few weeks ago. Finally. Took many years and over 500 days of no sleep. Still waiting for my diploma in the mail. That piece of paper will be worth more than gold to me.

    Who else just graduated? Dont be shy. Its your moment to be proud. Post graduation pictures too. All that stuff.
     
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  2. Georacer

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    Congratulations! All the best to you and may you get your efforts back tenfold.

    Last exams are in July here in Greece. The graduation ceremonies are for the end of June, so I guess I 'm due next year.
     
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  3. Wendy

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    We haven't seem much of you lately. Does this mean you'll be here more or less?
     
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  4. loosewire

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    Congrads, Count ,let us know when you land a job. Derstrom just landed a new job.
     
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  5. Brownout

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    Congratulations! Now your real education begins.
     
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  6. count_volta

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    Definitely more Bill. I will need lots of help from the Harmonics and three phase power experts on this site. I am trying to do research on my own, but this is not stuff that I was taught in school that much.

    Can you reccomend any books on three phase power systems and harmonics due to non-linear loads?

    I just got a job with a Power electronics company here in Pittsburgh. Its going to be analog and digital design and embedded programming. Going to be awesome fun.

    I will post some pictures from my graduation once I get them. The photographer is taking a while. Anyway I am very proud to be an EE.

    High five for most fun career ever. Except maybe secret ops agent for CIA. I should stop reading so much Tom Clancy.
     
  7. Brownout

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    Congrats again, on the job. I wanted to be an analog engineer, but I ended up in digital design. It's a good gig though.
     
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