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Engineering Chemical

Location:
Lakewood, California, 90715, United States
Posted:
August 29, 2017

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Jayvee Aspa

***** ********** *** ********, ********** 90715 ac12j0@r.postjobfree.com (562) ***-**** Education

University of California, Irvine – Henry Samueli School of Engineering Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

Minor in Material Science Engineering

Relevant Coursework

Mechanics: Momentum, Heat, & Mass Transfer – Separation Processes – Reaction Kinetics – Organic Chemistry – Biochemical Processes – Quantum Principles

Materials: Principles of Materials Science & Engineering – Mechanical Behavior & Design Principles – Nanomaterials – Electronic & Optical Properties

Design: Chemical Process Design – Design Failure Investigation – Reactor Design – Green Engineering Projects

Raw Crude Distillation Expansion – Senior Design Project March 2017 – June 2017

• Led a team of 4 to design and optimize a unit process expansion to a crude distillation refinery, resulting in a 150 percent increase in process yield.

• Drafted a project deliverables report that included: process flow diagram, vessel & column sizing, heat integration, risk assessment with HAZOP study, and economic analysis. Characterization Modeling of Hydraulic Fractured Wastewater Treatment April 2017 – June 2017

• Investigated and analyzed the mass transfer mechanism of fractured wastewater through an ion exchange process to predict the concentration profile of cations along a column. Hydraulic Servo Actuator Piston Head Failure Analysis March 2015 – June 2015

• Utilized Rockwell scale, optical photomicrograph, & root cause analysis (RCA) to examine the thermal stress- initiated fatigue failure of a piston head fracture. Research Experience

Bio-Med Summer Research Program - Laboratory for Fluorescence Dynamics July 2013 - August 2013

• Analyzed Forster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET) between fluorescent proteins via phasor analysis of Fluorescence Lifetime Image Microscopy (FLIM).

• Collected and analyzed data through experiments using state-of-the-art total internal reflection fluorescence microscope and Minitab

• Participated in a hand-picked group of students to present research to the UCI Biomedical Engineering Department.

Leadership Experience

Vice President - Theta Tau: Professional Engineering Fraternity June 2016 – May 2017

• Lead fraternity to the top 3 highest performing chapters in the nation as of June 2017.

• Co-managed all fraternal projects within a cross-functional team to ensure the social, professional, and academic development of its members.

• Established professional network connections to a rapidly growing alumni base of about 80+ people. Director of Academics - Theta Tau: Professional Engineering Fraternity April 2015 - June 2016

• Assisted in reducing fraternal academic probation rates by 30 percent.

• Developed and compiled fraternal academic records of 60+ members through Google Drive.

• Collaborated with corresponding cabinet members to oversee fraternity decisions. Technical Skills

Programming Languages: C++

Software Applications: Microsoft Office, AutoCAD, PRO II, Minitab, MATLAB, Simulink Laboratory Techniques: NMR & IR spectroscopy, Distillation, Extractions, Separations, Recrystallization



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