CV: Mechanical Engineer

 


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 Date Submitted:18-04-2011
 Last Modified:04-09-2012 (05:38)
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 Current job:Mechanical Engineer
 Employment Term:Permanent
 Job location:US only
 Date available:immediately
 Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
 KeywordsThirty Meter Telescope, SolidWorks, Zemax, Matlab, Ansys, Mechanical Engineer, Space, Satellite, Astronomy & Space Exploration, Catia
CV

Education:

Certificate of Completion, Space Studies Program, International Space University, Melbourne, FL     
Summer 2012
Team Project: Space Debris
Department: Management & Business

Bachelor of Applied Science, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON    
Graduation Year:  2010
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Streams: Energy & Environment, Mechatronics

Technical Skills:    

CAD: SolidWorks, Catia    
Noise Modeling: SoundPlan    
Pipe Stress: Caesar II
Optical Design: Zemax    
Programming: C, C++, Java    
Valve Sizing: Specification Manager, SRVS
FEA: Algor, Nozzle Pro, Sesam    
Computing: Matlab, Mathcad    
Insulation: 3E Plus

Relevant Engineering Experience:

Design Technology Engineer, Foster Wheeler, Houston, TX    
May 2011 – May 2012
•    Modeled noise propagation in oil refineries and performed stress and thermal analysis of towers, vessels and piping

Opto-Mechanical Design Engineer, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON    
May – August 2010
•    Designed optical lens configuration for the Narrow-Field Infrared Adaptive Optics System Science Calibration Unit of the Thirty-Meter Telescope using Zemax optical design software

Test Engineering Intern, Pratt & Whitney Canada, Mississauga, ON        
June 2008 – August 2009
•    Directed jet engine combustor testing in the High Pressure Combustion Rig as test engineer

Engineering Intern, Aker Marine Contractors, Houston, TX    
Summer 2006 / Summer 2007
•    Performed FEA using Sesam to analyze stresses on suction piles during subsea installation for offshore oil drilling

Relevant Project Work:

Team Project, Space Debris, International Space University    
Summer 2012
•    Collaborated with students from various countries to produce a report, executive summary and presentation summarizing a solution to the space debris problem in near-earth orbit

Management & Business Department, Business Proposal, International Space University    
Summer 2012
•    Prepared with four other students a winning fixed firm price proposal for a satellite launch in which technical, financial and organizational frameworks were developed

Undergraduate Thesis, Fluid Behaviour in Microgravity, University of Toronto    
Fall 2009 – Spring 2010
•    Tested and compared effects of various microgravity G-Jitter vibration conditions on air bubbles with existing computational fluid dynamics models and co-wrote a thesis summarizing findings and further testing recommendations

Mechatronics Principles, Maze-Solving Rover, University of Toronto    
Fall 2009
•    Designed, constructed and programmed with group members an autonomous maze-traversing vehicle

SAE Aero Design Competition, University of Toronto Aeronautics Team, University of Toronto    
2006 - 2009
•    Developed with a team multiple radio-controlled aircraft for lift of maximum payload in competition

Leadership, Achievements & Distinctions:

Engineer-in-Training (EIT) with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO)    
2011
National Science & Engineering Research Council of Canada Undergraduate Student Research Award    
2010
University of Toronto Astronomy & Space Exploration Society: President, Marketing Director, Secretary      
2008-2010
University of Toronto Aeronautics Team: External Affairs Director    
2008-2009
Canadian Citizen & US Permanent Resident (Green Card Holder)    

 


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