September 2016 – June 2020
University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom
Aerospace Engineering with Private Pilot Instruction MEng (Hons) (2:1)
Relevant Modules: State-Space Control Design ● Control Systems Analysis and Design ● Aerodynamic Design ● Space Systems Engineering ● Aerodynamic Propulsion ● Systems Engineering & Software ● Electrical Energy Management and Conversion ● Digital Signal Processing ● Hardware-in-the-loop & Rapid Control Prototyping ● Discrete Systems ● Advanced Space Systems & Space Weather ● Real-Time Embedded Systems ● Testing & Verification In Safety-Critical Systems ● Robotics & Autonomous Systems ● Industrial Training Programme with Airbus
Final Year Project: Satellite-based Passive Radar Demonstrator
September 2013 – June 2015
Newham Sixth Form College, Newham, United Kingdom
GCE A-Level: Mathematics (A*) ● Chemistry (B) ● Computing (B) ● Physics (C)
August 2011– June 2013
Tema International School, Tema, Ghana
IGCSE (CIE): 9 subjects including Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English Language and French
Computer Aided Design (CAD): SOLIDWORKS ● LTSPICE ● OpenRocket
Computer Modelling and Simulation: MATLAB/Simulink ● ANSYS FLUENT ● LabVIEW ● 4NEC
Programming Languages: C ● Embedded C ● Python ● Visual Basic ● Java ● Lua
General I.T. Proficiencies: Windows ● Linux ● Microsoft Office ● Git ● Keil µVision ● Robotic Operating System (ROS)
Language(s): English (Fluent) ● Twi (Fluent) ● Ga (Basic)
September 2019 – June 2020
Vehicle Communications Engineer, Project Hex, (Simurq Aeronautics Society, SSI), University of Sheffield
Worked in a multidisciplinary and culturally diverse team of engineering students to develop a Control solution for an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle competing in the IMechE’s UAS Challenge.
Utilising the Wi-Fi based, long-range communication in a Linux environment using Raspberry Pi single-board computers.
Design and developing antenna solutions to achieve reliable long-range communication.
Developing an antenna tracking module to facilitate vehicle communication.
September 2019 – June 2020
Payload Communications Engineer, Project SunSat (SSI1), University of Sheffield
Developing an atmospheric data gathering payload in a diverse engineering team for The University of Sheffield’s entry (SunrIde) to the Spaceport America Cup competition.
Developing payload image/video capture using single board computers such as Raspberry Pi.
Devising a long-range payload downlink solution.
3rd September 2019 – 6th September 2019
Ladybird Guide To Spacecraft Operations Training Course, European Space Agency (ESA)
Worked in a multicultural, multidisciplinary team of engineers to successfully plan and execute a simulated mission to Ceres and Pluto.
Developed knowledge and an understanding of the fundamental disciplines required to operate a spacecraft.
September 2018 – June 2019
President, Simurq Aeronautics Society, University of Sheffield
Oversaw the simultaneous development and deployment of two competition UAV’s at the IMechE’s 2019 UAS Challenge. A first in the society’s history.
Secured over £8000 in funding to support both teams.
Liaised with the engineering faculty personnel to organise outreach efforts such as Open Days.
Encouraged research and the use of new technologies such as non-associated Wi-Fi-based long-range communication.
9th June 2018 – 10th June 2018
Agri-Smart Cambodia Rice Seeder Design Challenge, University of Sheffield
Worked in the multidisciplinary team of 3 engineers to design an efficient rice seeder system.
Designed a cost-effective seed distribution module of for the system.
Winners of the 1st Runner Up prize.
October 2017 – June 2018
Vehicle Imaging & Navigation, Simurq Aeronautics Society (Project Hex), University of Sheffield
Worked in a culturally diverse team of 8 engineering students to develop a control system for an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle competing in the IMechE’s UAS Challenge.
Developed the vehicle’s image processing capabilities in a MATLAB/Simulink environment.
Responsible for the vehicle’s navigation.
WORK EXPERIENCE & VOLUNTEERING
30th August 2017 (One Day)
Volunteer, UK Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (UKSEDS), National Science Museum, London
Worked in a team of 3 to present UKSEDS to the public, highlighting the organisation’s values and activities.
Interacted with the public, explaining the capabilities of amateur rockets using rocket models and multimedia implements.
Royal Aeronautics Society (RAeS) ● UK Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (UKSEDS) ● Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) ● Simurq Aeronautics Society (Sheffield Space Initiative) ● Aerospace Engineering Society (AEROSOC)
Motorsport (e.g. Formula One, Formula E) ● Football ● Basketball ● Spacecrafts and space exploration ● Sustainable energy technologies (e.g. solar energy technology) ● DIY build projects
REFERENCES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
 Sheffield Space Initiative (SSI) at the University of Sheffield.
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