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     Date Submitted:22-05-2014
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     Current job:Mechanical Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsThermal Design, Heat Transfer, Design, Optimization, Mechanical
    CV

    Objective: I am interested in a full-time Mechanical Engineering position involving spacecraft systems.

    Education:

    MSME, Graduated 2012: University of Minnesota Twin Cities                                      GPA: 3.35 / 4.0

    • Research Emphasis: Inverse Problems in Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics

     

    BSME, Graduated 2007: University of Minnesota Twin Cities                                        GPA: 3.10 / 4.0

    Full-Time Employment and Internship Experience:

    January 2013-Present: Manufacturing Resources International / American-Panel Corporation

    • Design for manufacturing and production, sheet metal design, ECN generation and release
    • Design for Military/Aerospace LCD assemblies, notably the 3” ATI display
    • CNC parts, PCB and FPC outline, LCD glass redesign, and Bill of Materials
    • Tooling Design for lamination, assembly fixtures, and tab bonding

    January 2010-August 2011: Carnegie Mellon University – Silicon Valley

    • Research and development of real-time diagnostic algorithms for photovoltaic modules
    • Thermal experiment, power-point tracking, and generating PV curves of photovoltaic modules

    June 2007- January 2010: NASA Ames Research Center

    • Mechanical and thermal systems development, design, manufacturing, and test for spacecraft
    • Vibration test, mounting design, field test, and operations research for rover/spacecraft payloads

    September 2005 – June 2007: University of Minnesota Twin Cities (unpaid)

    • Mechanical Team Lead, University of MN Solar Vehicle Project: aero-mechanical designs

    Relevant Skills:

    • Computer Skills: SolidWorks™, SolidWorks Simulation, Pro/Engineer, CREO, Windchill, Autodesk Inventor, ANSYS, CFX, Matlab, C++, IGOR, COMSOL Multiphysics, FEMAP
    • Machining Experience: with CAD-CAM CNC mill and lathe, manual machine experience, manufacturing design, experience in design for composite carbon and Kevlar lay-ups and pre-fabricated carbon and Kevlar construction
    • Multi-Disciplinary Rapid Prototyping: Mechanical, Thermal, and Electrical systems

    Recent Publications:

    • “Lumped-Parameter Least Squares Estimation of Thermal Constants for Partially-Shaded Photovoltaic (PV) Modules”, IASTED Power and Energy Systems and Applications, Pittsburgh, PA, 2011
    • “A Finite Element Method Formulation for Non-Uniform Heating of Photovoltaic Modules with Associated Validation Metrics”, IASTED Power and Energy Systems and Applications, Pittsburgh, PA, 2011
    • “Neural Network Estimation of Photovoltaic I-V Curves Under Partially-Shaded Conditions” International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, San Jose, CA, 2011

    Awards:

    • DOE Phase 2 STTR with Wattminder and Carnegie Mellon University-Silicon Valley
    • Best Mentor and Best Team Presentation; NASA Ames Robotics Academy 2008
    • 1st, 2nd, and 4th places: National and International solar vehicle races, 2005-2007
    • 8th and 4th place in FIRST Robotics St. Louis Regional Competition, 2002 and 2003
    • Air-Force and Material Science awards, Composites, High Plains Regional Science Fair, 2000

    Volunteer Experience:

    • Technical Inspector, SAE Mini Baja Competition, 2007
    • Habitat for Humanity, 2011 to present
    • Optum Hospice and Palliative Care, 2013 to the present
    • Blue Hair Technology, 2013 to present

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