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  1. SharonFromCalifornia

    SharonFromCalifornia iPF Noob

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    I'm addicted to my iPad... this forum is a great source of information... :)

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    Electrical Engineering research scientist in the photonics stream, graduated in April 2009, with strong analytical skills, learning ability and 10 years of optical experimentation experience in free-space optics and fiber optic communications seeking position in optical device development.

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    MASTERS OF SCIENCE, Electrical Engineering / Photonics GPA: 4.0
    University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA (September 2004)
    BACHELORS OF SCIENCE, Engineering Physics GPA: 8.6/9.0
    University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta (April 2002)
     

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    Spink10 iPad Junkie

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    Welcome

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  3. HiLandR

    HiLandR iPF Novice

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    Impressive resume! I'd hire you, if we did the same kind of work. I joined today as well!
     
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    iPadCharlie iPad Super Guru

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    Greetings and welcome to the forum!

    And I would also hire you... if I had any idea what any of that stuff was!
     
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    slothead iPad Enthusiast

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    Hmmm... Lots of optical sensors here at NASA/GSFC, both Sun-sensing and Earth-sensing, and downlinks in Ka-band, although those are not my specialty (so I may be comparing apples to oranges).

    I'd also talk to someone at JPL in Pasadena or Lockheed-Martin Solar and Astrophysics in Palo Alto. But then I may be off-base.
     

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