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"Armed with Master's in Electrical Engineering, and over 9 years of industrial work experience in the field of electrical engineering."
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"Professor on Electrical Engineering (power system protection, power system analysis, electrical machines). I will try to be helpful for you."
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"I'm a R&D engineer specializing in Verilog/VHDL, Computer Architecture and other Digital electronics related subjects."
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"BSc. Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and very good in mathematics, IP Networking and telecommunications."
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"PhD student of Electrical Engineering and Computing, my specialty is Power Systems Engineering"
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"I have worked as a lecturer at and currently pursuing my PhD in power electronics. "
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