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Electrical Engineer Engineering

Bellflower, California, United States
March 13, 2018

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Ridel A. Samonte

Address: ***** ******** *** ***, ********** CA 90706 Cell Phone: (562) ***-**** Email: EDUCATION

California State University, Long Beach Expected: May 2019 Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Minoring in Applied Mathematics

Overall GPA: 3.846/4.00 (President’s List: Fall 2015-Fall 2017) EXPERIENCE

Advanced Charging Technologies, Inc., Test Technician June-August 2017

• Repair and calibrate forklift charger parts (Power Modules, LCD screens, Master Circuit Boards, High Power Engines, AC backplanes, Battery Feedback Devices)

• Troubleshoot forklift charger parts and its essential electrical components using test fixtures, multimeters, and/or oscilloscope

• Perform Engineering Change Orders (ECO) – i.e. Unsolder faulty electrical components and Solder new components in PCB of charger parts (IC, through hole, SMD)

• Burn-in test repaired charger parts

• Assemble forklift chargers in warehouse for orders ; Disassemble buyback forklift chargers and save repairable parts; Prepare refurbish and/or replacement parts for orders PROJECTS

Mono-Channel Amplifier, IEEE Freshmen in Electrical Engineering (FREE) Program Spring 2016

•Tested Mono-Channel Amplifier kit in a breadboard •Soldered components in the Amplifier’s PCB •Modeled own amplifier frame using SOLIDWORKS

Line Following Robot, IEEE Sophomore in Electrical Engineering (SophEE) Program Fall 2016-Spring 2017

•Etched own PCB for the Arduino shield •Drilled holes and Soldered electrical components •Programmed the Arduino to follow a dark path using a Photoelectric Sensor •Designed own chassis to mount parts SOLIDWORS 3D modeling, Personal Project Fall 2015- Present

•Differential Gearbox •Shock Absorber •Exhaust Manifold •Newton’s Cradle •Fidget Spinner •Mobius Bracelet

•Flange •Pulley •Card Holder •Door Hinge

Monte Carlo Analysis of a Bipolar Junction Transistor, Academic Spring 2017

•Composed a MATLAB code that performed a Monte Carlo Analysis to a given BJT configuration to determine the statistical distributions of the outputs (Base, Collector and Emitter Currents, Collector-Emitter Voltage and Base-Collector Voltage) base on 5% tolerance for the given inputs (Current Gain, Resistors and Input Voltage) Maze Solving LED lights, Academic Fall 2017

•Using Assembly Language, programmed a maze to a seven-segment display mounted on a designed Arduino Shield •Set an External interrupt, Timer Polling and Finite State Machines to display the appropriate room and direction •Formulated an algorithm that produces a unique nondeterministic solution to the given maze Digital System Design, Academic Spring 2017

•Designed 3-to-8 Decoder, Universal Shift Register, 4-bit Digital Lock and 4-bit calculator using FPGA implementing Logic Synthesis, Finite State Machines, behavioral and structural code using VHDL TECHNICAL SUMMARY

Programming Languages: Python, C, Assembly Language, VHDL Software: MATLAB, Simulink, CAD-SOLIDWORKS, AVR Studio 4, CadSoft EAGLE Miscellaneous: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Oscilloscope, Function Generator, Soldering LEADERSHIP AND CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT

Project Mentor, IEEE Student Branch Fall 2017-Present

•Facilitate and help improve Freshmen in Electrical Engineering (FREE) Program •Arrange meeting time and place

•Organize small project for the semester to teach engineering basics (i.e. Circuit Theory, Soldering, Multimeters) Engineering Honor Society

•IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu (HKN), Inducted: Fall 2017 •Tau Beta Pi (TBP), Inducted: Fall 2017

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