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Imagine

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A Career.

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Then Make It Happen
At Honeywell

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At Honeywell, you can turn your ambitious
goals into a dynamic career. Our leading market
position and progressive business posture
allow us to extend unparalleled opportunities
for professional expression. Honeywell's stimu-
lating working environment promotes and
supports individual growth through a respon-
sive attitude and an abundance of unique
involvements. If your objectives and qualifica-
tions match ours, consider a rewarding future
with Honeywell.
AVIONICS DIVISION-
MINNEAPOLIS
Located in Minneapolis, the Avionics Division
designs, develops and manufactures naviga-
tion, guidance and control systems for aircraft,
spacecraft, missiles, boosters and ships. It is
a leader in development of aircraft instrumenta-
tion, aerospace computers and memories, and
computer automated test equipment for com-
mercial and government application.
Primary needs of the Avionics Division are for
BSEE or MSEE candidates for Development,
Production and Field Application Engineering
positions. Additional positions exist in real time
mini-computer and microprocessor software
development.
AVIONICS DIVISION-
ST. PETERSBURG,
FLORIDA,
Located in St. Petersburg, Florida, the Avionics
Division concentrates on the design and manu-
facture of navigation guidance and control
systems including instrumentation, aerospace
computers and memories for military and com-
mercial applications. Key capabilities include
inertial sensing, signal processing, digital con-
trol, electro-optical fire control, and microwave
ranging.
Primary needs are for BS/MSEE candidates
although openings also exist for BS Computer
Science/Physics/Math and BS/MSME can-
didates for Development, Design, Production
and Product Assurance Engineering positions.
DEFENSE SYSTEMS
DIVISION-MINNEAPOLIS
Located in suburban Hopkins, Minnesota, with
facilities in San Diego, California, Keyport, Wash-
ington, and St. Petersburg, Florida, the Defense
Systems Division has over two thousand salar-
ied employees of which approximately a third
are graduate engineers. Among the technolo-
gies involved are signal processing, acoustics,
millimeter wave, micro processor design and
application, digital and micro electronics, aero-

dynamics, hydrodynamics and
gineering and analysis.
Primary needs are for BSEE and
dates.

systems

MSEE candi-

RESIDENTIAL DIVISION-
MINNEAPOLIS
Located in Minneapolis, the Residential Division
designs, develops and manufactures electronic
and electrical environment controls and con-
trol systems for homes, energy management
systems for light commercial buildings, as well
as life system devices such as solid state
smoke detectors for the consumer market.
Primary Residential Division needs are for
BSEE candidates for Development, Production
and Quality Engineering positions.
SYSTEMS & RESEARCH
CENTER-MINNEAPOLIS
The Systems & Research Center (S&RC) is
involved in system analysis, applied research
and development programs for government,
aerospace, scientific and defense programs.
S&RC technology areas are: microelectronics,
sensor technology, computer systems, optical
components and materials, signal and image
processing, laser technology, human-machine
sciences,, target acquisition and tracking and
system and control technology.
S&RC seeks individuals with advanced degrees
in one of the following disciplines: EE, Physics,
Optics, Material Science, Computer Science,
Control Science, Human Factors and Educa-
tion Psychology.
SOLID STATE
ELECTRONICS CENTER-
MINNEAPOLIS
Located in Minneapolis and Colorado Springs,
Colorado, the Solid State Electronics Center
(SSEC) speeds product development by en-
gineering solid state circuits not available on the
commercial market. SSEC provides both tech-
nology and products to other divisions.
Primary needs of SSEC are for BS, MS, or
PhD in EE, Physics or Materials Science candi-
dates for advanced circuit design and develop-
ment for a full range of bipolar and MOS tech-
nologies.
Check with your placement office to verify
recruiting dates and to sign on our schedule.
Ask for a copy of our brochure, or write to:
E. von Heimburg, Manager of University Rela-
tions, HONEYWELL, INC., Honeywell Plaza,
Minneapolis, MN 55408.

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OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE
INTERVIEWING ON CAMPUS NOVEMBER 19TH.

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