Sign in

Mechanical Engineering Engineer

Williston Park, New York, 11596, United States
October 03, 2016

Contact this candidate

Gregory M. Quinto

*** **** ****., ********* ****, NY 11596 Phone: (516) ***-**** Email:


To obtain a full time position in the field of mechanical engineering utilizing my strong analytical, computer,

and teamwork skills

Professional Experience

Coldpack, R&D Engineer / QC Manager Oct. 2011- June 2013

• Conducted comprehensive ISTA-certified thermal testing for customers and R&D projects

• Provided technical engineering support for clients and co-workers

• Researched packaging industry to help Coldpack design new products and gain a competitive edge

• Developed and revised documentation and work instructions according to ISO 9001 standards

• Conducted visual, dimensional, and mechanical quality checks of all incoming materials

NASA ISS EarthKAM/MoonKAM, Orbits Team Lead Intern Jan. 2011- Sept. 2011

• Utilized NASA state vectors and STK to propagate and map out orbits for ISS

• Corrected offset/drift by targeting image files received from NASA

• Processed and annotated images for EarthKAM website

• Managed scheduling of new interns to provide easy transitions into designated roles

• Developed procedures for new MoonKAM mission and documented them for future interns


University of California, San Diego Graduation date: June 2011

B.S. Mechanical Engineering GPA: 3.2/4.0

Provost Honors: Spring 2011, Spring 2010, Spring 2009, Fall 2008, Spring 2008

Relevant Design Projects

UCSD, MAE 171B: Custom Thermocline Sensor Spring 2011

• Designed, built, and tested a sensor to travel underwater to obtain depth and temperature data

• Programmed microcontroller to control sensor’s depth and take measurements

•Developed casing for sensor to avoid buckling underwater and shield electronics

UCSD, MAE 156B: Sponsored Project, Networkfleet Inc. – 3D Movement Sensor Winter 2011

Gregory M. Quinto

637 Foch Blvd., Williston Park, NY 11596 Phone: (516) ***-**** Email:

• Contracted by Networkfleet to create a sensor for fleet vehicle tools

• Programmed a 6 DOF sensor to wirelessly measure all movements in 3D space via Bluetooth

• Tested prototype with LabVIEW to display graphs of position, velocity, and acceleration data in real


UCSD, MAE 156A: Senior Design Project Fall 2010

• Designed, built, and programmed a robot for a robotics competition

• Utilized AutoCAD/Inventor for design and Microcode Studio Plus for programming

Technical Skills

Computer Skills: Windows, C/C++, Matlab, Solidworks, AutoDesk Inventor, AutoCAD, ProEngineer,

LabVIEW, Microsoft Office, SatelliteToolKit

Machine skills: Bandsaw, Drill Press, Mill, Lathe

Equipment: Oscilloscope, Function Generator, Digital Multi-meter, LaserCAMM, 3D printer,

Emissometer, Densitometer, Thermal Test Chamber

Microcontroller Programming: Lab X2, mbed, Arduino

Contact this candidate