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Biomedical Engineer, Mechanical Engineering minor

Groton, Connecticut, United States
March 13, 2018

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(860) ***-**** *** Ledgewood Melissa Rd. APT Santi 208, Groton, CT 06340


****- ******* ********** ** ***** Island, Kingston, RI GPA: 3.79/4.00 Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering. Degree Expected: May 2018 Minor in Mechanical Engineering


Personable: Work well independently and in groups, exceptional organizational skills, willing to learn Software Skills: Matlab, C, C++, Java, Android Studio, SOLIDWORKS, MPLAB, Multisim, Excel, Word Hardware: P ower tools, electronics bench equipment, Arduino, PIC microprocessor, soldering iron SENIOR CAPSTONE DESIGN PROJECT

September 2017- App that displays a real-time Spectrogram of EMG Signals August 2017

Goal is to make an app that reads the EMG signal from electrodes connected to a PCB/PIC system that displays the spectrogram of the EMG signal using STFT

Member of two-person design team. Individual responsibilities include management of team meetings, hardware assembly, and programming PIC to send data via Bluetooth RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

May 2017- EBICS Internship at UIUC, Urbana-Champaign, IL August 2017 REU Student

Quantified collagen properties of 12 uterine biopsies via Spatial Light Interference Microscopy images and a fiber extraction program in MATLAB

Presented research at EBICS conference in Atlanta, GA with EBICS participants from MIT and Georgia Tech in form of poster presentation

May 2016- Lab on Paper at URI, Kingston, RI

May 2017 Engineering Lab Assistant

Assisted graduate student with fabrication, assembly, and testing of microfluidic chips to eliminate the hook effect in pregnancy tests

Prepared surfactant and hydrophobic solutions, treated valves, and investigated solutions to faulty valves


January 2017- Design of Photoplethysmogram

April 2017 Hardware Engineer

Worked on multiple-disciplinary team to display a PPG on an Android tablet using the PIC microprocessor and a Bluetooth modem

January 2017- Design of Skin Resistance Sensor

April 2017 Software Engineer

Developed look-up table and implemented necessary C++ code in MPLAB to display skin resistance of thumb on an LCD screen using the PIC microprocessor and skin resistance probe AWARDS AND HONORS

Dean's List (7 Semesters)

Tau Beta Pi Engineering Society Member

Andrew Aitken Engineering Scholarship

Dean Thomas Kim Engineering Scholarship

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