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     Date Submitted:16-06-2011
     Last Modified:22-06-2011 (04:03)
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsPrior military, dedicated, recent graduate, dedicated, professional, and motivated.
    CV

    Secret Clearance (administratively inactive as of 2008)

    EDUCATION
    EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY (ERAU) Prescott, AZ
    Bachelor of Science, Aerospace Engineering Graduated Fall 2010
    Concentration: Aerospace
    GPA 2.5/4.0, while working 30-40 hours per week
    Relevant Courses
    Spacecraft Detail Design Spacecraft Preliminary Design CATIA
    Structures and Instrumentation/lab Controls Aerodynamics
    Space Propulsion Materials/lab Structures I, II
    Engineering Failure Analysis/lab Dynamics Math Analysis
    UNITED STATES NAVY Pensacola, FL
    Naval Air Technical Training Center Summer 2002
    Aviation Electrician

    ENGINEERING PROJECTS
    Nano-Satellite for Detail Design Fall 2010
    Served as project manager for an 11-member team, designed, built, integrated a Nano-satellite main structure, and deployment mechanism capable of launching up to four cube satellites; tested vibrationally for the natural frequency in the transverse and axial directions to compare with the ANSYS model; tested via static loading in the transverse and axial directions to confirm ANSYS and theoretical calculations generated from the CATIA and ANSYS model. As the project manager my duties included direct control over testing procedures and methodology. I also ensured that each subsystem developed would integrate with the structure. I also had to ensure that future subsystems would be able to be integrated into the nano-satellite main structure.
    Nano-Satellite for Preliminary Design Spring 2010
    Served as project manager of an 11-member team in addition to designing the C&DH; designed a Nano-satellite capable of launching four objects used for calibration of radars in the space surveillance network and a high area to mass ratio balloon used to study orbital decay. Models for the Nano-satellite were completed in CATIA and subsystems were modeled in MATLAB.

    SKILLS
    Software: CATIA V5, ANSYS V12, Matlab, Logger PRO Microsoft Office 2010 (Word/Excel/PowerPoint/Project), Linux (fedora 12,13,14) Windows 98 and up, Mac OS X (10.0 and up)
    Diagnostics: Vibrational Test System, Wind tunnel, Various NDE equipment, MTS Universal Testing Machine, Torsion Tester, Pressure Vessel Burst Chamber, Multi-meter, Oscilloscopes, Strain Gages, Shaker Table, Rockwell Hardness Tester, Various Accelerometers, Scanning Electron Microscopes, and Logger PRO
    Troubleshot, diagnosed and maintained EA-6B Prowler electrical power systems.

    EXPERIENCE
    UNITED STATES NAVY (DOD) Whidbey Island, WA
    Aviation Electrician 09/2001 - 09/2005
    Repaired, troubleshot, and maintained electrical equipment on a sea-deploying EA-6B Prowler squadron. Extra duties included technical publication updates, training junior electricians, coordinating physical readiness program as an instructor, and acting as shift supervisor.
    SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS- ERAU Prescott, AZ
    Lunar Garage 01/2010 – 12/2010
    Tasked with conceptualizing and building a structure in order to house the current lunar rover. The housing must meet specifications set forth by the Marshall Space Flight Center. The structure will be able to withstand lunar conditions and be modifiable to withstand Mars’ environment. The structure will also house the equipment necessary for repairs and be able to generate power from solar energy.
    SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS, Mt. San Antonio Community College Walnut, CA
    Student Outreach Mentor 01/2006 - 06/2008
    Mentored students from Walnut High School in designing a VEX robot for US First, First Tech Challenge (FTC). Each semester the Walnut team qualified to go to finals and participated in the first ever FTC international competition and placed in the top 20 out of 100 teams
    SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS, Mt. San Antonio Community College Walnut, CA
    Pong Satellite 01/2006 - 06/2008
    Helped design a series of pong satellites to measure voltage, temperature, and photovoltaic energy in a high altitude balloon. Pong Satellites were designed to gather data in 30 second intervals. Led in the gathering and interpretation of pong satellite data, satellite data was then overlaid with GPS data and made into a real time movie using Google maps.
    SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS, Mt. San Antonio Community College Walnut, CA
    Sumo Robot 01/2006 - 06/2008
    As part of a 2-person team designed and helped program an autonomous sumo robot. Sumo robots battled other sumo robots in a circular ring with the outer edge of the ring being white. The sumo robot had to be able to sense the white line so that it did not push itself out and needed to be able sense and push the other robot out of the ring when within proximity. In order to sense the outside white ring, a set of IR sensors was used.
    BEST BUY Prescott, AZ
    Counter Intelligence Agent 08/2008 - 12/2009
    Repaired and diagnosed computer problems as part of a 6-person team that led all stores in service satisfaction and sales. Troubleshooting duties included software and hardware diagnoses.

    LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES
    Aviation Electrician United States Navy (2001-2005)
    V.P. for Society of Physics Students Mt. San Antonio Community College (2006-2008)
    Leadership Course at Mt. San Antonio Community College (2007)
    Society of Women Engineers ERAU (2010-current)


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