Sign in

State University Engineering

Spokane, Washington, United States
January 30, 2018

Contact this candidate


Travis A. Chambers

509-***-**** • 8303 E Elk Chattaroy Rd. PO Box 745 • Chattaroy, WA 99003 EDUCATION

Bachelors in Science, Washington State University, Pullman WA June 2014- December 2017

Bachelors Degree in Science: Material Science Engineering Minor: Mathematics

Solidworks CAD Design Certified

Member of Material Advantage club

Educated on the use of Scanning Electron Micro., Transmission Electron Micro., and XRD Associates in Arts June 2014

Centralia Community College, Centralia WA

President of Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society June 2013- June 2014 WORKING EXPERIENCE

Microsoft FPC Failure Characterization Study September 2017- December 2017

Successfully analyzed 240 variations of FPC tests and supplied Microsoft w/ new data on the failure of their flexible printed circuitry to be used in manufacturing.

Outdoor Recreation Center Lead Adventure Facilitator May 2015- May 2017

Enforced program, department, University, and state policies to patrons and occasionally fellow employees.

Handled on site inquiries, concerns, conflict situations, and policy infractions. Cook at Banyans on the Ridge Restaurant June 2014-August 2014

Performed quick paced work bearing much responsibility and teamwork. Engineering Technician (Casual Employee) Lewis County Public Works May 2013-August 2013

Kept track of materials used on the project. (dirt, gravel)

Worked alongside Civil Engineers in the construction and preparation of roads and culverts. PROJECTS

MSE 425 Senior Thesis Work September 2017- December 2017

Over 6 months of release kinetics studies of Gentamicin from a plasma coated Ti64 implant. Analyzed over 500 samples.

MSE 323 Materials Characterization Lab January 2017- May 2017

Prepared 20 material samples and characterized a variety of samples using SEM, TEM, and XRD analysis. After lab on material prep and optical light microscopy. Engine Hoist Design February 2016

I created a model in SolidWorks of a physical engine hoist and ran finite element analysis on it. Near Space Glider September 2013-July 2014

Like the weather experiment, we used a weather balloon to take up a glider to near space.

The glider took live video on its manually controlled descent back to ground. Near Space Weather Experiment September 2012-July 2013

Centralia College Engineering Club

Used a weather balloon to take weather (temperature & pressure) equipment to near space and they took reading while falling by parachute back to ground


Material Advantage Club January 2017 - Present

Alpha Kappa Psi Member: Washington State University November 2015- August 2016 Applied Engineering Club: Centralia College April 2012-June 2014

Vice President of Applied Engineering Club September 2013-June 2014 ACCOMPLISHMENTS/HOBBIES

2016 UREC AF Ascent Award – significant improvement in technical skills in an academic year.

Fishing, Camping, Boating

Golf, Basketball, Football

Snowboarding, Rock Climbing

Contact this candidate