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International Microelectronics And Packaging Society
Why should you be involved?
IMAPS Members at the University of Idaho benefit from opportunities to:
- Learn from experts and get up to date with current technological advancements through monthly meetings and lecture series in conjunction with ECE 591 Graduate Seminar.
- Access IMAPS Publications through iKnow Microelectronics.
- Participate in national annual student booth competition to promote research projects, build professional network and make connections for better future.
- Enjoy all the benefits of a general IMAPS member, including subscription to IMAPS magazine (Advancing Microelectronics)
Members participate in many activities including IMAPS Lecture Series, local high school outreach, national student booth competitions, industry tours and monthly meetings.
IMAPS Student Leadership:
Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Student
"I am involved in this organization because I feel that I can use the opportunities that come with the involvement as a stepping stone to my career ahead as an engineer. Participating in the annual booth competition for free, as well as student oriented programs such as industry tour and professional development courses, traveling as a student to present my work, and networking with professionals from industries and government agencies are just a few of the many opportunities that I have enjoyed with my involvement with IMAPS."
IMAPS Fast Facts
» Electrical and Computer
» Aicha Elshabini
Member InvolvementWho can join?
Undergraduate and Graduate students from Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Physics, or Chemistry.
One hour per week (approximately) and monthly meetings.
How do students join?
Online at www.imaps.org
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IMAPS Chapter Websites
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