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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Graduation: May, 2014
Electrolux Major Appliances
August 2012 – May 2014
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING INTERN
Little Diversified Architectural Consulting
June 2011 – August 2011
Designed, modified and tested various wire
harnesses for consumer refrigerators. Designs
currently in production.
Created driver circuit for servo motor including
design, PCB prototype, and implementation in test
Researched and designed of electromagnetpowered door actuator and power supply.
Drafted power, lighting, and telecommunications
Visited construction sites to better understand
Arduino, TI Tiva Microcontrollers
Wire Harness design/ fabrication
SENIOR DESIGN I – PING PONG OBSTACLE COURSE SOLVER
Project Length: 5 Months (August 2013 – December 2013)
Project Budget: $300
Implemented design which autonomously navigated a levitating ping pong ball through a random
series of hoops and tubes with a team of five.
Used closed-loop feedback (PID) to control blower and actuator systems from computer vision input
Personal contributions included Arduino C and Simulink code controlling blower subsystem,
design of filter circuit for PWM control signal for blower
SENIOR DESIGN II – INCLINED AIR HOCKEY TABLE JUGGLING ROBOT
Project Length: 5 Months (January 2014 – May 2014)
Project Budget: $500
System used Lexan paddle mounted (with a DC motor) parallel to inclined air hockey table. With help
from computer vision and TI Tiva microcontroller, an air hockey puck dropped towards the paddle
would be batted into a stable juggle at a preset X and Y coordinate location.
Served as project Technical Lead – provided research and expertise for components unfamiliar to
the team (DC motors, H-bridge, motor encoder)
Personal contributions included implementing H-bridge and encoder in both physically and in
software. Assisted in tuning of Simulink control model using juggling “Mirror Law”
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