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Electrical Engineering Assistant

Denton, Texas, United States
January 29, 2018

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Phone no: (682) ***-**** Puja Sah Email:

**** ****** ** *** #**, Denton, TX 76201

Educational Background

Masters of Science, Electrical Engineering, Aug 2016 - May 2018

University of North Texas, Denton, TX, USA. GPA - 4.00

Bachelors of Science, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Jan 2011 – Dec 2015

Himalayan White House International College, Kathmandu, Nepal. GPA – 3.23


Digital Signal Processing, Control System, Long Term Evolution, Hardware Description Language, Digital Design and Testing, Directed Study, Computer Vision, Digital Integrated Circuit, Master’s Thesis.

Skills Set

IDE & Tools


Matlab, Labview, Xilinx Vivado, Arduino, Embedded C, Eclipse, Electric, LTspice, C++, PSpice.

Operating Systems


Windows, Unix/Linux.



Keil, Proteus8, Java, Javascript, CCNA, PHP.



PIC, Arduino, 8051, ATtiny.

Professional Experience

Organization - University of North Texas.

Job Title - Graduate Assistant January 2017 – till present


Had been the Teaching Assistant for the course Introduction to Electrical Engineering, Circuit Analysis, Digital Logic Design, Modern Communication lab and Digital Logic Design lab and Assisted the professor in conducting the classes and helped them in making assignments and grading them.

Helped the students with MATLAB codes, simulations, labview designs and circuit designing during the course work.

Conducted the lab for Modern Communication and Digital Logic Design and helped students throughout the experiments.

Gained hands on experience on Lab Equipment like Oscillator, spectrum analyzers and signal generators and knowledge of differential amps, analog & digital circuit design, ICs and I/O circuit design.

Academic Projects

Implementation of Basic Digital Electronics Using Paper Electronics (Master’s Thesis) Aug 2017 – May 2018

-Developed all logic gates, flip flops, shift register, combinational circuits, FSM, counters on paper to teach the basic concepts to the freshmen in easy way.

-Implemented the logic gates and flipflops using the circuit sticker microcontroller (ATtiny 85), LEDs, conductive ink, Arduino UNO (for uploading codes to the microcontroller).

-All the other circuits were built using 8051 microcontrollers, Keil uvision5, Proteus 8, WLPRO, conductive tape, universal burner.

-All the concepts are taught using pictorial representation on top of circuit design.

Implementation of Decoder which reads input and writes output to SRAM Nov 2017 – Dec 2017

-Designed a 2 to 4 decoder which have AND, OR, EX-OR and EX-NOR gates at its outputs using LTspice.

-Input was given to the decoder from two different SRAM and selector lines was given manually from the user.

-Designed decoder such that it selects one gate as per the selector combination and that particular output was fed to the SRAM at output side.

Conversion of 2D to 3D image using Binocular Stereo Oct 2017 – Nov 2017

-Developed MATLAB codes for reading two different images from different known viewpoints and reconstruct 3-D locations of the matched points and finally 3D image was displayed.

-Tested using two images captured from multiple angles of same object.

Cryptographic Algorithm for Wireless Communication Apr 2017 – May 2017

-Developed VHDL codes for encryption of information to be transmitted at transmitter side for secure transmission.

-It is implemented using VHDL.

-IDE used was Xilinx Vivado.

-At the receiver side the encrypted data is decrypted and the original message is retrieved.

-Tested the working by using the test data.

Obstacle Detector Robotic Vehicle May 2015 – Dec 2015

-Designed a robotic vehicle with infrared sensor to detect and avoid the obstacle.

-Developed the code using Keil in C and tested in Proteus for the 8051 microcontrollers.

-Monitored the functioning of the Robot using the L293D motor driver and toy car chases.

Password Based Door Lock System Nov 2014 – Dec 2014

-Designed and developed a system which opens the gate when correct password was entered.

-Built the system using 8051 microcontrollers, L293D, motor, Keil, Proteus.

-Tested the working of it using a prototype setup with paper, PCB board, batteries and motor


● CCNA and PHP in undergrad.

● Microsoft Student Partner in Microsoft Innovation Center, Nepal.


Dr. Gayatri Mehta

Associate Professor

Department of Electrical Engineering

University of North Texas


Phone: (940) ***-****

Dr. Colleen Bailey


Department of Electrical Engineering

University of North Texas


Phone: (940) ***-****

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