Hi everyone, here’s an update: We got a lead on someone today that we’re trying out for this project. However, if you’re experienced in some facet of EMC and interested in writing, we have an ongoing need for experienced writers for our marketing services part of the organization. These assignments are paid gigs.
If interested in joining our pool of experts, please provide me your full contact information, short bio, experience and skills within the EMC field, links to recent writing, and headshot. I’m also always on the lookout for writers to help provide content for the various Interference Technology publications. Here’s the editorial calendar for publications this year. Let me know if you have any topic ideas. While the regular publications aren’t a paying gig, publishing your work does provide many other benefits, the least of which it will help you gain “internet presence”, which is very important these days for consultants. Feel free to check out our author’s guidelines: https://interferencetechnology.com/editorial-contributions/ <https://interferencetechnology.com/editorial-contributions/> Mar 20 - EMC Fundamentals (digital) May 29 - Mil/Aero EMC Guide (digital) July 17 - EMC Testing Guide (digital) Sep 17 - Automotive EMC (digital) Oct 5 - Europe EMC Guide (print) Cheers, Ken _______________________ I'm here to help you succeed! Feel free to call or email with any questions related to EMC or EMI troubleshooting - at no obligation. I'm always happy to help! Kenneth Wyatt Wyatt Technical Services LLC 56 Aspen Dr. Woodland Park, CO 80863 Phone: (719) 310-5418 Email Me! | Web Site | Blog The EMC Blog (EDN) Subscribe to Newsletter Connect with me on LinkedIn > On Feb 22, 2018, at 8:54 AM, Ken Wyatt <k...@emc-seminars.com> wrote: > > Hi All, > > I’m the senior technical editor for Interference Technology Magazine and our > marketing services group at ITEM Media (umbrella organization) is looking for > a writer to create a white paper and a series of short blog postings on the > tests required for UN ECE Regulation 10 for automobile EMC. This would be a > paid gig and if you’re interested, I can introduce you to our “client success > manager”, Michele, who can provide more information on the assignment. The > need is immediate. Ideally, you’d have first hand knowledge of the standard. > > Thanks, Ken > > _______________________ > > I'm here to help you succeed! Feel free to call or email with any questions > related to EMC or EMI troubleshooting - at no obligation. I'm always happy to > help! > > Kenneth Wyatt > Wyatt Technical Services LLC > 56 Aspen Dr. > Woodland Park, CO 80863 > > Phone: (719) 310-5418 > > Email Me! | Web Site | Blog > The EMC Blog (EDN) > Subscribe to Newsletter > Connect with me on LinkedIn > - ---------------------------------------------------------------- This message is from the IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society emc-pstc discussion list. To post a message to the list, send your e-mail to <emc-p...@ieee.org> All emc-pstc postings are archived and searchable on the web at: http://www.ieee-pses.org/emc-pstc.html Attachments are not permitted but the IEEE PSES Online Communities site at http://product-compliance.oc.ieee.org/ can be used for graphics (in well-used formats), large files, etc. Website: http://www.ieee-pses.org/ Instructions: http://www.ieee-pses.org/list.html (including how to unsubscribe) List rules: http://www.ieee-pses.org/listrules.html For help, send mail to the list administrators: Scott Douglas <sdoug...@ieee.org> Mike Cantwell <mcantw...@ieee.org> For policy questions, send mail to: Jim Bacher: <j.bac...@ieee.org> David Heald: <dhe...@gmail.com>