Jaison P Joseph
Binghamton University, State University of New York - Watson School of Engineering Expected May 2018
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering, GPA: 3.45/4.00
Sahrdaya College of Engineering and Technology (SCET), Calicut University, Kerala May 2016
Bachelor of Technology in Biomedical Engineering, GPA: 7.3/10.0
Computer Software: R, MATLAB, Lab VIEW, Proteus, Minitab, PTC Creo Parametric, Microsoft: PowerPoint, Office, Excel
Certification: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt - Healthcare Expected May 2018
Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, Human Physiology, Binghamton University August 2017 - December 2017
Project Lead, Binghamton University
Delegated the duties of each of the 3 other group members and constructed a 15 page review paper.
Presented a seminar based on Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis along with 2 of the group mates.
Self-powering pacemakers, Biomedical Devices and Diagnostics August 2017 - December 2017
Team Member, Binghamton University
●Collected and assessed various papers from different high impact journals and wrote a 6 page review paper on self-powered pacemakers.
●Prepared a presentation and presented it in class with the project partner.
Case Study on Human Errors, Human Factors Engineering in Healthcare January 2017 - May 2017
Team Member, Binghamton University
●Collaborated with a peer and completed a 12 page case study on human errors in modern healthcare.
●Integrated feasible solutions to abate the risks involved.
●Prepared a presentation based on the case study and presented it in class.
Statistical analysis of a dataset, Binghamton University August 2017 - December 2017
Performed statistical analysis on a dataset using R software and wrote a paper based on the statistical findings.
Alzheimer’s Diagnosis using Eye Tracking
Project Lead, SCET June 2015 - November 2015
●Collaborated with a team of 4 student biomedical engineers to design a kit for Alzheimer diagnosis using eye tracking.
●Built a low cost eye tracking module and a puzzle creation system using MATLAB as well as used MATLAB software to model the diagnosis system.
●Tested and calibrated the device on 13 Alzheimer participants at the Alzheimer’s Related Disorders Society of India facility.
Android based communication system for blind deaf and mute
Project Lead, SCET January 2015 – April 2015
●Facilitated meetings, delegated tasks, and ensured completion of the team’s mission to design a device that converts speech to Braille and Braille back to speech using android platform and PIC micro controller. Developed the prototype using micro servo motors, PCB, push switches and acrylic sheet.
●Collaborated to design the control circuitry and program the microcontroller and develop the android application to drive the servo motors that produces the Braille alphabet on the Braille cell.
●Designed a Braille keyboard using switches soldered on a PCB.
●Finalist for 2 national level project competitions MATE 2015(Marian Awards for Technical Excellence) and PPTIA 2015 (Pradeep P Thevanoor Innovation Awards). Won 3rd prize in national level paper presentation for the paper.
LEADERSHIP & CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT:
Biomedical Engineering Department
Vice President of Engineering Biomedical Student Association, SCET June 2014 - April 2015
●Assist in planning and organizing program activities including networking events, project workshops, technical competitions etc.
●Delegated tasks and ensured the completion of the task before the deadline.
ACHIEVEMENTS AND HONORS:
ICCEECON 2K16, Christ Knowledge City Engineering College, India March 2016
●Won 1st prize in International Conference on Technical Challenges in Instrumentation, Computer science, Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics engineering (ICCEECON) paper presentation competition for the paper “Android Based Communication for Blind, Deaf & Mute”.
VIBHAVANA 2K16, Jyothi Engineering College, India March 2016
●Won 2nd prize in national level paper presentation competition “VIBHAVANA” held at Jyothi Engineering College for the paper “Eye Tracker based Alzheimer’s Diagnosis Unit” which was based on the final year project.