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     Date Submitted:31-01-2015
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     Current job:Mechanical Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
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    OBJECTIVE: To obtain a position as a professional engineer in the areas of research, design and/or manufacturing.

    - Detail driven engineer with over 6 years of 3D modeling experience (ProEngineer & Solid Works). B.S and M.S in mechanical engineering with strong analytical and technical problem solving skills, with the ability to multitask to prioritize for project deadlines.

     

    AREAS OF STRENGTHS & EXPERTISE:

    Ø  Solid Modeling and Prototyping (Pro E & Solidworks) 

    Ø  Product Development & Optimization

    Ø  Computational Fluid Dynamics- ANSYS & Fluent, Matlab, Autodesk Moldflow

    Ø  Graphical Programming- Lab View

    Ø  Lab Skills:  Experience with lab equipment such as X-Ray Diffractometer, Brunauer-Emmett-Teller Surface Area Analysis, Semi Electron Microscope, X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy,  Oscilloscope

     

    EDUCATION:

     

    New Jersey Institute of Technology   Newark, New Jersey

    Ø Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, August 2013

    Ø Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, May 2011

    Certification:

    Engineer in Training / FE - January 2015

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

    Sept 2011 to Dec 2012: N.A.S.A affiliated with New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ

    Sept 2011 to Dec 2012 - Job Title: N.A.S.A GrantGraduate Researcher

     

    Job responsibility: Extending the longevity of total hip joint replacements using alternative bearing with improve wear resistance and friction resistance

    Ø  Developed a compliant bearing for minimizing contact stress and frictional shear stress under large load in oscillating angular motion similar to human hip joints.

    Ø  Due to its inertness and elastic properties, polysiloxanes were used to developed compliant bearing

    Ø  Designed and developed a control system using PC-based data acquisition.

    Ø  Developed and installed the custom application and automation systems in NI-Labview based on research requirement.

     

    May 2008 to Aug 2008: Advance Material Processing and Analysis Center, UCF, Orlando, FL

                  Undergraduate Researcher

     

    Job responsibility:  Researched and experimented using methanol as an alternative for fuel cell to maximize hydrogen production at a lower temperature by using rare earth metals as catalysts.

                   

    Ø  Synthesis and characterization of various doped ceria nanoparticles and mixed ceria with titanium were used as catalysts of methanol decomposition.

    Ø  Characterized the materials by X-Ray Diffractometer (XRD), X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS), and Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (BET) Surface Area Analysis.

    Ø  Quantified the catalytic performance and identified the mechanism of reaction as well as products of methanol decomposition. The study concluded that modified catalysts can alter the decomposition temperature of methanol.

     

    Jan 12 to May 2012: Innovative American Technology, Florida

    Marketing and Research Intern

    Ø  Internship responsibilities: Our team after much research and analysis of the detection benefits developed the target market and potential customers in the North East Region. In addition, we developed a marketing plan and deployed various means of marketing to reach potential customers that of which include the D.O.D, TSA, EPA, FEMA, and Sherriff’s offices, State and county HAZMAT Teams and DNDO. In addition, we researched for grants available to our potential customer to help subsidize the cost of the detection system as allocated by FEMA, DOD, DNDO and EPA.

    MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT:

    Ø  Led the marketing and research teams to promote the MRVS (Radioactive Nuclear Detection System) to attain a sale over $ 150,000.

     

    RELEVANT COURSEWORKS:

    Ø  Engineering Design of Plastic Product(M.S)                        Ø Stress Analysis  (M.S.)

    Ø  Advanced CAD (M.S.)/ Advanced CAE (PhD)                 Ø Sustainable Energy (PhD)

    Ø  Dynamics of Incompressible Fluids (M.S)                            ØProject Management (M.S)


    ACADEMIC PROJECTS:

    Ø  Graduate - Design & analysis of an F-16 canopy.

    Ø  Graduate - ANSYS Automobile Suspension Bracket Analysis

    Ø  Graduate - Design & analysis of Tractor Seat Suspension

    Ø  Design and Computed Aided Manufacturing of Grinder Vice

     

    awards:

    May 2010- Delta Sigma Iota Fraternity Inc.

              Dedication to Service and Philanthropy

    Ø  Single handedly raised over $ 25,000 for donations to various philanthropies including THON, Bone Marrow Registry, and other organizations.


    Oct 2008: - Material Science and Tech Conference, Pittsburg, PA

              Best Poster Competition - 3rd Place

    Ø  “Synthesis of doped and mixed cerium oxide nanoparticles as active supports for catalytic decomposition of methanol.”


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