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Electrical Engineering

Littleton, Colorado, United States
March 07, 2018

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Nicholas B Broucek

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Highlands Ranch, CO 80130


Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO B.S. December 2017 Major: Electrical Engineering Cumulative College GPA: 3.16 Awards and Honors

PTK Honors Scholarship

Colorado School of Mines Dean Honor Roll 2017-2018 A.S. General Science Fall 2015

Relevant Experience


Design and fabrication of functional Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor. Senior Design Project: AirBespoke Wearable Technology Implemented sensors and designed control application for a bespoke business suit. Static Balance System

Embedded System using a PIC18F26K22 microcontroller to balance a Ping-Pong ball at a desired location along a beam.

Automated Warehouse Robot

Worked in a multidisciplinary team to design and build a robot that determines its current position and orientation using lighted beacons and perform desired pattern or movement to desired coordinate location. Optical Image Recognition

Program which can translated handwritten text into typed characters using computer vision concepts. Investigation into PN junctions

Embedded system to examine the effects of doping concentration on current and depletion width of a PN junction.

Electrorheological Fluid for VR

Investigated the potential use of Electrorheological fluid to simulate the sense of touch for Virtual Reality. Skills & Strengths

Computer: C++, MATLAB, Arduino, Python, MPLAB, OpenCV, Quartus II, LTspice, LabVIEW, Multisim, EAGLE, Fritzing, Solid works, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Laboratory: Electrical device safety. Electrical machine safety. Design and test digital logic. FPGA logic. RCA procedure. Thermal Processing Station, Ellipsometer. Spin coating. Plasma etcher. Profilometer. Photolithography Procedure. Oscilloscope. Spectrum Analyzer. DC machines. AC machines. Read and adapt blueprints. Design, assemble, and test electronic components and circuits. Communication: Technical writing, public speaking. International: Bilingual English/German, Current U.S. passport. Community Service

Project C.U.R.E.-Volunteer.

Wild Life Experience-Volunteer.

General Work History

Castle Pines Country Club Summer

Accommodated guests on request of all issues, treated guests as VIP. Established and maintained clean and comfortable environment. Activities & Interests

. Activities

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society



Outdoor: Skiing, Hiking, Camping, Tubing, Biking.

Electrical: Product Design, Embedded systems, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Computer Vision, Semiconductors

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