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Engineer Mechanical

Chesapeake, Virginia, 23321, United States
March 11, 2012
Contact Info:

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Chesapeake, Va. 23321
Cell (757)***-****

Objective: Motivated engineer in search of a challenging position in the application of the physical and engineering sciences where his “can do “attitude will be utilized.

Education: 2011: Optical Engineering, Master of Science
Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA
2006: Engineering Coursework
Tidewater Community College, Portsmouth, VA
1984: Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor of Science
Bicol University College of Engineering, Legaspi City, Philippines
Work Experience:
2011- Present
Math Tutor, Princess Anne Middle School
• Helps and tutors students in pre-Algebra and Algebra for University Instructors
Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Material Science Research, Norfolk State University (NSU)
• Cultivated knowledge of laser surface processing of colorimetric gas sensing detector.
• Worked and etched barrier and laser cut and prepared two sensors from one sensing element as part of research project.
• Researched scientific and technical literature using electronic databases, online e-journals and publications.
• Researched and studied manufacture and fabrication of sensing devices extensively for the fulfillment of final project requirement in MEMS.

2008- 2010
Math Tutor- Science and Technology Academicians on the Road to Success “STARS”, NSU
• Mentored and tutored undergraduate students in Algebra, Physics, Calculus, and Chemistry.
• Tutored students in Algebra for University Instructors.

Class A Hazardous Material Transport Operator
• Independent Contractor/ Greensville Transport.
• Transported hazardous materials and other products.

1985- 1989
Mechanical Engineer, Department of Public Works and Highways, Legaspi City, Philippines
• Supervised, inspected, and evaluated local irrigation and water works projects, prepared monthly reports on project progress.
• Taught College Physics and Algebra at Legaspi Institute of Technology.

Technical Skills:
X-ray Diffraction (XRD), Thin Film Deposition, Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM),
Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), UHV Pulsed Laser Deposition, UV/VIS/NIR Spectrometer
Relevant Coursework:
Calculus, Differential Equation, Quantum Mechanics, Optics and Industrial Electronics, Introduction to Nuclear Engineering, Safety Engineering, Power Plant Design, Industrial Processes, Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy, Electronics and Optical Materials, Polymers/Composites, Material Science, Research Methods, Semiconductor Processing Technology, Microelectromechanical Systems

Computer Skills:
Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Matlab, Mathematica, Comsol Multiphysics, and Octave.