AMS attended the annual NPIC HMIT Conference located this year in Orlando, FL. The conference is an international forum for nuclear instrumentation and control and human factors engineering personnel to discuss a wide range of topics including the state of the industry, current direction and future trends. The conference always features government and industry leaders well as plenary speakers and technical sessions.
At the ANS Awards Ceremony, Chad J. Kiger, EMC Engineering Manager at Analysis and Measurement Services Corporation (AMS), received the 2018 Ted Quinn Early Career Award from the Human Factors, Instrumentation and Controls Division (HFICD) of the American Nuclear Society (ANS). Mr. Kiger is responsible for overseeing the development of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) capabilities of AMS, as well as identifying and procuring the test equipment necessary to perform all facets of EMC and electromagnetic interference (EMI) testing for private clients, utilities, and nuclear power plants throughout the world.
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