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B.S. Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering
University of Washington, Seattle, WA (Graduated June 2011)
Computer and Technical Skills
Analysis Software: ANSYS, Solidworks, MATLAB, Mathematica, Java, LabVIEW, STK
Presentation: LaTeX, Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Graphics Suite, Open Office Suite
- Adaptability to fast paced, high stress work environments
- Deductive reasoning and abstract analysis approach to problem solving
- High attention to detail and dedication to thorough completion of work
- Natural team leadership, organization, coordination, and conflict resolution abilities
Courses Completed post Graduating
Space Systems Engineering The Saylor Foundation, saylor.org
Special Relativity World Science University
Discovery of the Higgs Boson Future Learn – University of Edinburgh
Completed Courses within Major
Advanced Propulsion Systems
Electric Propulsion Systems
Finite Element Analysis
Aerospace Heat Transfer
Comp. Fluid Mechanics
Incomp. Fluid Mechanics
Controls & System Engineering
Atmospheric Flight Mechanics
Aerospace Instruments & Sensors
Orbital Flight Mechanics
Aerospace Laboratory Studies
Completed Departmental Prerequisite Courses
Calculus I, II, III
Visualization and CAD
Mechanics of Materials
Kinematics and Dynamics
General Chemistry I, II
Physics: Mechanical, Electromagnetism & Electronics, Oscillatory Waves
Completed Courses of Interest
NASA Research Consortium
Law for Engineers I, II
for Scientists & Engineers
Positions & Achievements of Note
- A.I.AA. Space 2011 Conference – Presenter (Sept. 2011)
- RASC-AL Undergraduate Forum – Presenter (July 2011)
- Design Secretary – U.W. A.A. Senior Capstone Project (2010-2011)
- Physical Plant & Risk Mitigation Manager - Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity (2008-2010)
- B.S.A. Eagle Scout Award (2006)
DECOM: DEbris Capture and Orbital Manipulation Satellite
Structures Subsystem Lead Aug. 2010 – Sept. 2011
A conceptual satellite designed to PDR levels of detail, which would rendezvous and capture non-responsive orbital debris and decommissioned satellites that have high collision probabilities, and transport them to self-terminating orbits, with the potential capability to include satellite servicing.
- Hardware design, systems integration, and launch vehicle integration
- Structural analysis under launch, deployment, and rendezvous load environments
- Iterative optimization of satellite mass and structural integrity
- Selected to present at the Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts (RASC-AL) forum.
- Awarded sponsorship to present at the AIAA Space 2011 conference
Hybrid Propulsion Rocket Development
Structural Design Lead/Propulsion System Analyst Dec. 2010 – June 2011
A from-scratch design and manufacture of a 5ft, 400N thrust, hybrid polypropylene/nitrous oxide rocket engine, which is to be integrated in a 10ft rocket system for the purpose of launching low altitude aeronautics research payloads.
- Performance and thermodynamic analysis utilizing NASA’s CEA and unique Matlab scripts
- Optimization of weight/design utilizing theory and load environment iteration
- NASA Research Grant sponsorship for continued successor development
Universal Low-altitude Rocket Launch Stand
Design Lead Dec. 2010 – April 2011
I designed and manufactured of a low-altitude rocket launch stand, which would have minimal impact on flight performance, developed with funding from the U.W. Earth and Space Sciences Department NASA outreach grant.
Notable Design Features
- Fully adjustable interface to accommodate various rocket diameters and stabilizer configurations
- Contact-force interface, reducing friction and torqueing inherent to standard button-rail interfaces.
- A steel-truss structure which dampens launch vibrations, distributes lateral loadings encountered during non-uniform ignition, and withstands the thermal and stress environments of rocket blasts.
- Requisitioned for the launch of a NASA U.S.L.I. sponsored rocket and payload
- Utilized for multiple launches by the U.W. Earth and Space Sciences Department
The Atlantic Crossing March 2013 – Present
6508 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115 (206)-729-6266
- Chef / Manager
- Inventory management, supply ordering
- Supplier relations & account management
- Personnel scheduling & labor management
Related Skills Acquired
- Small business management
- Development of accounts/relationships with suppliers
- Business expense and profit analysis and optimization
- Time management and workload distribution to employees
Hale’s Brew Pub August 2011 – March 2013
4301 Leary Way NW, Seattle, WA 98107 (206)-706-1544
- Assistant Line Manager (After advancement from line cook)
- Writing and interpreting instructions and recipes
- Setting up and maintenance of kitchen hardware and utilities
- Fast paced order preparation and service
- Scheduling product preparation and resource utilization, inventory maintenance and ordering
Related Skills Acquired
- Fast paced work ethic with proper planning and patience for efficient performance.
- Analysis of inventory usage and expenses
- Quick critical thinking, situational adaptability, and rapid memory recall
Ivar’s Salmon House May 2008 – May 2010
401 Northeast Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98105 (206) 632-0767
- Lead Line Expediter (After advancement through busser, shift lead, trainer, expediter)
- Quality control of product from the kitchen to the customer
- Communications between the wait staff and the kitchen staff
- Customer service and complaint resolution
Related Skills Acquired
- Conflict resolution and courteous service to maintain customer satisfaction and loyalty
- Teamwork/cooperation between employees with various priorities/concerns in their own work
- Management and delegation skills
- Multitasking in fast paced work environments
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