Engineering students from all three Arizona public universities don’t often gather at one time.
But that is what happened when 22 students from the University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University and Arizona State University joined the 2014 Antenna Measurement Techniques Association, or AMTA, Meeting and Symposium, held in October in Tucson.
The annual conference highlights the latest technology and research in antenna and other electromagnetic measurement technologies. AMTA Student Day, which was started seven years ago, gives college students a chance to interact with industry experts and learn more about careers in the field.
“The reality is, there are quite a few jobs in this field,” said Lydell Frasch, past president of AMTA. “Many companies have a hard time finding young, qualified students to connect... Read Complete Article