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Engineering Microsoft Office

South Kingstown, Rhode Island, United States
April 23, 2018

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Juan Victor Z. Malvar

401-***-**** * Kenilworth Drive, Lincoln, RI 02865


****- ******* ********** ** ***** Island, Kingston, RI Expected Graduation Date: May 2018 Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering Current GPA: 3.34/4.00 and Minor in Mathematics.


Computer Software: SolidWorks, Solid Edge, Matlab, Microsoft Visual, Android Studio, NI Multisim, Adobe Premiere, Microsoft Office Suite

Programming Languages: C++, C#, R, Perl, Java

Hardware: Signal processing, electronic test equipment, handheld tachometer, soldering, schematics Others: Critical thinking, problem solving, troubleshooting, research, communication skills, customer interaction


Wearable Rotating Permanent Magnets Driven by Brushless Motor for Rehabilitating Stroke Patients Sponsored by Dr. Silver, MD at UMass Memorial Health Care Worcester, MA

• Designed and built concept design of wearable headwear device that could produce magnetic stimulation with two other students and guidance by Professor Ying Sun.

• Designed magnet housing and base using SolidWorks to implement brushless motor to achieve improved rotational speed.

• Attended the NEBEC 2018 (North Eastern Biomedical Engineering Conference) in Drexel University at Pennsylvania to present concept design.


Litecontrol, Hubbell Inc. Engineering Intern 2017

• Designed a modular installation sheet template for new products using drafting tools on SolidWorks and Solid Edge.

• Collaborated with New Product Development Engineers and Sales Department to consult on an optimal design focusing on ease-of-use installation sheets for professional contractors.

• Installation sheets now being implemented in company website for rebranded Litecontrol products. CSC 522: 3D PDB VR Project 2017

• Collaboration of an interdisciplinary three-member group to design a prototype Android virtual reality application for viewing 3D molecules that parse 3D models from RCSB Protein Data Bank.

• Wrote in C# to design the controls of the application via Bluetooth controller through Microsoft Visual IDE. BME 361/362 Biomeasurement Laboratory and Biomedical Instrumentation Design 2015-2017

• Designed and built an electromyogram device and photoplethysmogram device.

• Mostly worked on hardware building using PIC microcontroller with provided schematics for both devices.

• Wrote in C++ on the MPLAB IDE to implement signal processing functions on microprocessor.

• Wrote in Java on Android Studio to view outputs of photoplethysmogram via Bluetooth on Android Device. INVOLVEMENT / COMMUNITY SERVICE

• IEEE Society Member

• Theta Tau: A Professional Engineering Fraternity

• EMBS (Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society)

• ASA (Asian Student Association)

• Treasurer for American Red Cross Youth Council (2012-2014) AWARDS AND HONORS

• Dean’s List

• URI Undergraduate Research Grant and Innovation Grant

• Kenneth A. Epstein Engineering Scholarship

• Ronald and Lillie Bowden Scholarship

• URI Centennial Scholarship Grant

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