Indium Corporation has welcomed two new technical support engineers to its global support team.

Meagan Sloan and Miloš Lazić are responsible for providing expert technical assistance and guidance to Indium Corp.’s customers and potential customers in the Americas to resolve soldering process related issues.

Meagan SloanPrior to joining Indium Corp., Sloan served as a laboratory technician at Anoplate, an electroplating company that serves the aerospace, computer and defense industries. Before that she was a laboratory assistant at Syracuse University, where she prepared and wrote experiments for students, and managed and ordered materials for inventory. Sloan has a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, with a concentration in pre-engineering from LeMoyne College and a master’s degree in chemical engineering from Syracuse University. Her advanced coursework includes advanced organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, instrumental chemistry, chemical reaction engineering and engineering materials.

Milos LazicLazić previously worked at Radio-Television Nis in Serbia, where he held the position of deputy technical director. He also served as an electrical engineer for Montelektro, where he designed electrical installations for industrial, commercial and residential applications. He co-founded “Urban Youth Forum,” a non-profit organization designed to help primary and high school students plan, develop and execute projects that recycle electronic waste. Lazić earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and his Master of Engineering in electronics engineering from the University of Nis, in Serbia.  He also earned the title of Energy Efficiency Engineer by passing the proficiency exam of the Serbian Chamber of Engineers in Belgrade. He is fluent in English, Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian.