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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:08-09-2013
     Last Modified:11-09-2013 (08:53)
    Job information
     Current job:New Aerospace Engineering Grad
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
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    Objective
        To obtain an entry-level engineering position.
           
    Education
        Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU)
        Prescott, AZ
        Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering    
        Concentration: Astronautical Engineering      
        May 2013

         
    Relevant Courses
        Aerospace Structures (I & II)
            Aerospace Structures and Instrumentation (w. Lab)
            Engineering Materials Science (w. Lab)
            Control Systems Analysis and Design
            Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics and Control
            Space Propulsion
        Space Systems Engineering
        Experimental Space Systems Engineering (w. Lab)
        Propulsion System Preliminary Design
        Propulsion System Detail Design

    Engineering Projects
            Analysis of Wingtip Addition to Citation X
        Spring 2010
            * Contributed to team research and analysis of Citation X design and performance characteristics.
            * Modeled and performed aerodynamic analysis of modified wings and plane using CATIA.
            * Rapid prototyped plane model with modified wings and tested in wind tunnel to visualize and analyze airflow.
            * Contributed to the group’s technical document and presentation.
               Experimental vs. Commercial Load Limit Analysis
        Summer 2011
            * Designed and performed experiment to determine maximum allowable load on a skateboard to compare with manufacturer’s specifications as an introduction to aerospace structures and materials testing and analysis.
            * Contributed to team test plan preparation and execution.  Testing methods included tensile testing to determine material properties, impact loading to simulate jumping on board, and static loading to simulate rider’s weight distribution.
            * Compiled all technical documentation for the group and contributed to presentation.
        Sub-scale Wind Turbine Build
        Fall 2011              
            * Member of the two-person structures team tasked with designing and fabricating a nacelle and blade attachments for a sub-scale wind turbine.
            * Wind turbine was assembled by structures, blade, motor, and controls groups at the end of the semester and tested in wind tunnel to determine design efficiency.
        Composite Materials Strength Comparison
        Fall 2011
            * Designed and performed experiment to compare tensile strength of aluminum compared to aluminum with addition of carbon fiber and fiberglass surface layers.
            * Prepared test plan, technical documentation, and poster presentation of project.
            High Altitude Balloon Launch
        Fall 2012
            * Designed and fabricated lightweight spherical structure using fiberglass composites to house and protect avionics during a high altitude (~90,000 ft) flight mission.
            * Satisfied structure thermal performance requirements and succeeded in preservation and recovery of payload and avionics data following parachute deployment failure and payload crash.
            * Prepared and contributed to formal presentation and technical documentation.
        Senior Capstone Project: Hybrid Rocket
        Fall 2012-Spring 2013
            * Built rocket as a member of a 4-person team to compete in Advanced Category of 8th annual Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition.
            * Acted as Structures Team Lead for both Preliminary and Detail Design as well as Design Team Lead for Detail Design.
            * Assumed responsibility for all structural design, fabrication, testing, design refinement and iteration, and budget management.
            * Prepared and executed test plans for tensile, compressive, and impact loading of structures sub-system.  Analyzed test data and contributed to group technical documents and formal presentations during Preliminary and Detail Design.
            * Assisted propulsion team with preparation, safety check, and execution of hybrid engine sub-scale and full scale test firing.
            * During Detail Design, contributed to design, wiring, testing, and integration of avionics sub-system (using ArduPilot) needed for ignition, throttle control, parachute deployment, and system recovery.
            * Performed system safety analysis before and after risk mitigation using FMECA and fault tree methods.
            * As Design Team Lead, responsible for compilation of all technical information in preparation of two (2) Flight Test Readiness Reviews, an Integrated System Test Plan, and the final report and formal presentation.  Also tasked with management of all team members, preparation of labor budget, and management of project budget.

    Employment and Leadership
        Student Union Student Assistant, ERAU
            2009-2013
            Resident Assistant, ERAU
            2010-2011    
            Project: U Secretary, ERAU
            2011-2012    
            Housing Representative, Greek Council, ERAU
            2011-2012
            Ritual Chair, Alpha Xi Delta Women’s Fraternity, ERAU
            2013
            Programs VP, Alpha Xi Delta Women’s Fraternity, ERAU
            2013
            ERAU Panhellenic Secretary, ERAU
            2013
        
    Skills
        Programs: ANSYS 14.0, Simulink, MATLAB, Mathematica, X Foil, AutoCAD, CATIA V6, Microsoft Office Suite, VWin II, ORCAD
        Machine Shop Experience: composite layups, riveting, mill, band saw, drill press (metal, wood, and composite materials)

    References

    Mike Fabian, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering Department
    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
    Prescott, Arizona
    fabianm1(at)erau.edu
    Dr. Fabian was my advisor for the Detail Design portion of my capstone project.

    Angela Beck, Ph.D.
    Chair, Department of Humanities/Communications
    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
    Prescott, Arizona
    beckae0(at)erau.edu
    Dr. Beck was my communications advisor during my senior capstone project.

    Brenda Haven, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering Department
    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
    Prescott, Arizona
    havenb(at)erau.edu
    Dr. Haven was my advisor for the Preliminary Design portion of my capstone project.

     


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