430 Wood St, West Lafayette, IN 47906
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Objective: To obtain a full-time position in Electrical Engineering with a focus in Electrical Hardware and Design.
Education: Graduation Date: May 2016
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering | Power Electronics and Energy Devices
Certification in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Semester Honors: Fall 2012, Fall 2013; Dean’s List: Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013
GPA: 3.38 / 4.0
Relevant CourseworkElectromechanical Motion Devices, Power Electronics, Feedback Systems Analysis,
Digital System Design, Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design, Electric and Magnetic Fields.
Software languages: C/C++, Python, MATLAB.
Technical Skills: Ladder Logic, Studio 5000 Logix Designer, P-spice (circuit design), Simulink, Altium Design
Simulator, AutoCAD, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Visio, Google Sketch Up.
Engineering Intern, Firmware Test | Rockwell Automation, Mequon WI [June 2015 – August 2015]
Under the Firmware Test Engineering department, automated and developed tests to verify the correct functionality
of the phase loss detection feature as well as the travel limit feature of a variable frequency drive.
Constructed the pre-charge test-stand and programmed the logix controller to evaluate the components’ stress under
power cycling conditions.
Led 6 high school students in automating test cases, giving them an understanding of the functionality of a motor
drive and the implications of automation.
Electrical Hardware Intern | GETRAG Automotive Transmissions, Germany [May 2014 – June 2014]
Obtained hands on experience on the manufacturing of a transmission system.
Used an oscilloscope to measure and plot the rise and fall of the speed (RPM) of a running motor.
Program the Transmission Control Unit (TCU) of the 7 speed direct clutch automatic transmission system by
programming the Signal Converter (SICO2B) box to measure the speed of the e-motor using the three hall sensors;
then send the hall signals via CAN messages to the computer using INCA software by ETAS.
Test the programmed TCU on first one, then fifteen then thirty motors.
Make a detailed presentation of how the task was accomplished for instructional purposes
Teaching Assistant | Physics Department, Purdue University [January 2014 – May 2014]
Assist the instructor and guide students in class to understand the course material thoroughly
Guide students in class complete the assigned laboratory activities including coding in Python module.
Help students understand the practical implications of modern mechanics in the physical environment.
Senior Design: Currently in the process of designing a power amplifier as a part of the High- Fidelity USB Audio
Power Amplifier. The requirements are a minimum of 8W RMS power to 8Ω speakers with a maximum of 1%
second harmonic distortion and 0.2% third harmonic distortion. Also, enable the power amplifier to control the
volume, bass, treble and midrange of the audio output.
Currently conducting an experiment as a part of Electromagnetic Compatibility to demonstrate and minimize
ground noise voltage generated by a Transistor-Transistor Logic signal.
Designed a Graphical User Interface in MATLAB to calculate the minimum number of containers incurring the
minimum cost in order to complete the assigned shipping process using first fit algorithm.
Team Leader | Marketing Committee, AIESEC at Purdue University [August 2013 – May 2015]
Led a team of five people to communicate with potential employers in the Greater Lafayette area to know if they
were interested in hiring interns from countries like Germany, Brazil and India.
Senator | Hilltop Apartments Council, Purdue University [August 2012 – May 2013]
Organized events such as ice skating trips and basketball socials for 30 residents.