PHILIP M. ZNAMIEC
Obtain an entry level position that will allow me to gain work experience and further develop my skills while contributing to the goals of your company.
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Graduated in December 2016, Emphasis in RF. Minor in Mathematics.
2 Years of Classroom Experience in:
•C++, MATLAB, Verilog, Pspice circuit analysis, Lab View
•Programming embedded microcontrollers, CPLDs and FPGAs.
•System modeling and performance specifications
•Design and analysis of feedback control systems
•Principles of RF design of transmitters and receivers utilizing solid state electronics devices
•Adobe Photoshop, Autodesk 3ds MAX
•Proficient with all Microsoft Office Programs (Word, PowerPoint, Excel).
Express Corporation, San Diego, CA. [Assistant Production Manager] Winter 2012 & Summer 2013
•Programmed a laser which etched bar code and QR labels into different types of materials.
•Hands on experience with developmental process of creating, chemically sealing, and shipping of bar code labels for major corporations such as Facebook.
•Authenticating bar code legitimacy through computer software recognition.
Genica Corporation, Oceanside, CA. [Help Desk Specialist] Summer 2011 & Summer 2012
•Setup computer server databases, including the installation of operating systems and anti-virus programs.
•Assisted the Information Technology help desk perform various tasks if ever a computer problem arose in the work place.
•Performed system diagnosis and anti-virus installation on all private company used laptops in the work place. Along with equipping all employee work laptops with HDD/BIOS passwords.
Cal Poly Pomona [Lead of Team of 3] December 2016
“Design and Operation of Campus – Type Renewable Microgrid for Energy Security” – Dr. Ha Le
•Developed and modeled (in SIMULINK) an emergency microgrid on school campus in case of main grid power failure.
•The micro-grid was modeled with a solar PV, a wind turbine, a battery and generators to create optimal power sharing within the system as well as scaling for optimal pricing and energy storage.