Clifton, NJ (PRWEB) May 08, 2014
Joseph Federico, VP and Director of NJ MET Inc., has expanded the Mission Imposter® Risk Mitigation Lecture series to include talks at colleges and universities.
“The College Lecture Program kicked off at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Gildart Haase School of Computer Sciences and Engineering on May 7, 2014,” said Joseph Federico from NJ MET’s headquarters in Clifton NJ.
At present other lectures are currently being scheduled at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and California Polytechnic State University for the fall semester.
“It is important for future engineers to understand the prevalence of counterfeit electronic components in the marketplace and the steps that can be taken to detect them,” said Mr. Federico.
For further information on attending any of the lectures, please call Joseph Federico at NJ MET Inc., at (973) 546-5393. Please visit the NJ MET website at http://www.njmetmtl.com. An up to date schedule of lectures is available on the NJ MET website at http://www.njmetmtl.com/worldtour_cities.aspx.
NJ MET Inc. was formed 37 years ago to provide a wide and diversified range of electronic component test and management services. Utilizing over 35,000 square feet of laboratory test stations and offices on three floors, NJ MET Inc. is equipped and staffed to be a single source provider for electronic component testing, up screening and reliability test services. The Mission Imposter Risk Mitigation program involves a series of very detailed test to identify cloned and non authentic electronic components.