TumbaoMontuno33 karma2019-06-26 15:59:26 UTC
As a mechanical engineering student, I’m really interested in helping create electronic instruments as a career, probably at a company similar to Aodyo. That said, none of my professors or advising staff at my university have given me good advice on how to pursue such an industry nor have any experience in that field.
So my question is, what are some good skills to develop as a student to enter the electronic instrument field? What are some ways to begin learning how to build such instruments?
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TumbaoMontuno2 karma2019-06-26 18:12:55 UTC
Really great tips! I don’t think my gpa is good enough to get into graduate school right out of uni but it would be really cool to get a masters in something like those programs. I’ve always liked the idea of doing research and teaching and I feel like having a long career in pure engineering would wear me out.
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