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Indium Corporation is proud to announce that Amy Schultz has been promoted to the position of senior specialist I, based at the company headquarters in Clinton, New York.
In her expanded role, Schultz works closely with research technologists, engineers, and product managers to identify potential uses for Indium Corporation products by universities and research laboratories, focusing specifically on universities outside of the United States. She also serves in a leadership role for multiple internal committees, maintains company databases, and performs administrative duties for the Tech Assessment department.
Schultz joined Indium Corporation in 2018 as the university and institutional support specialist. In that role, she worked closely with numerous departments to identify potential uses for company products by universities and research laboratories. She earned her bachelor’s degree in business management from the State University of New York Empire State College.
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Andy Shaughnessy, I-Connect007
I attended SMTA Atlanta Expo and Tech Forum last week, and it’s safe to say that this industry is definitely back in business in the Peach State. The aisles were busy all day, and the presentations were well attended.
Andy Shaughnessy, Design007
This year’s theme was “Texas is Open for Business,” and the turnout seemed to reflect that observation. We saw a steady stream of attendees arriving throughout the day, and most of them stayed through the barbecue lunch and happy hour. Dallas SMTA Expo and Tech Forum is becoming much more than a regional show. I met exhibitors and attendees from around the southwest, and a few from across the country. The Plano Event Center has a configurable layout that can accommodate events of all sizes, and next year’s show is expected to be even bigger.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
Nolan Johnson speaks with Dr. Ron Lasky About "The Printed Circuit Assembler’s Guide to... Solder Defects." Ron is a full professor at Dartmouth College, but works part-time at Indium Corporation, helping their customers solve defects. This I-Connect007 eBook, he says, is a compilation of all he’s learned over the years as well as the deep technical knowledge of the team at Indium.