Biomedical Engineering

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My Engineering Co-ops: Lungpacer Medical Inc. & Kardium

Applied Sciences

Have you ever felt unsure of your major? As if maybe it is not what you really want to do for the rest of your life? I asked myself the same questions and I discovered my answers because of my co-op experience at Lungpacer Medical Inc. and Kardium. 

By: Jose Mendoza 3647 reads | 0 comments
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Homan
Lam
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SFU Co-op Student
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Go With the Flow, Opportunity Will Come

Cooledge

As a co-op student you often get a lot of advice about the value of research based or industry based co-op.  According to Kay, sometimes we just need to sort out which one suits each indvidual best. Read on to learn about her experience with both research based and industry based co-op positions.

By: Kay Sze 4263 reads | 0 comments
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Rajat
verma
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Janice
Mardjuki
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SFU Student
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Working at Intel: Embedded Systems Engineer

Engineering

I applied for Intel which is the world’s largest and highest valued multinational semiconductor chip maker.  I thought that through this experience I could not only hone my communication skills in a team, but also gain the necessary skills to prepare for my future career as a design engineer. 

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Yoonsoung
Kim
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SFU Student
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Morgan
Heisler
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SFU Co-op Student
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