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ECE 694A: Professional Development Seminar Series

By Gerhard Klimeck

Purdue University

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The ECE Graduate Seminar, ECE 694, is designed to provide opportunities for professional development of graduate sudents, raise their awareness of various other issues that they may face in their professional careers, and provide them opportunities to survey research seminars of their interest.

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