electrical engineer

NOUN
  1. a person trained in practical applications of the theory of electricity
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  • Constructed to an exceptionally high specification and standard, they have associated mechanical and electrical engineering services.
  • an electrical engineer
  • One, called "Prasad," is 28, from India and has a master's in electrical engineering from MIT. InfoWorld RSS Feed
  • The team, led by Professor David Cumming and Dr Tim Drysdale from the University's department of electronics and electrical engineering, will take advantage of a phenomenon called plasmon resonance in their efforts to create a microchip for cameras and other imaging equipment that will produce sharper, more colourful images. Nano Tech Wire
  • Lewis Latimer, the son of runaway slaves, became an electrical engineer and invented an inexpensive process for making light bulb filaments.
  • On his return three years later he was appointed director of electrical engineering at the Admiralty, Bath.
  • As you are undoubtedly aware, the sad old electrical engineering model was deliberately crippled by Lorentz (who deliberately symmetrized Heaviside's original equations at the instigation of the infamous J.P. Morgan) in 1892, prior to the very birth of electrical engineering itself. ZPEnergy.com
  • The term EDA is also used as an umbrella term for computer-aided engineering, computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing of electronics in the discipline of electrical engineering.
  • On his return three years later he was appointed director of electrical engineering at the Admiralty, Bath.
  • Double e's, that's what they call electrical engineers, double e's, remember that. CNN Transcript Feb 14, 2006
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