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Moline, Illinois, United States
May 01, 2018

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O. (Ossie) Aigbogun

Moline, Illinois



Biomedical Engineer

Forward looking biomedical engineer with exceptional attention to detail utilizing learned and acquired skills in concert with a team effort and coordination with other departments to achieve project goals.


• PTC Creo Software Piece Designer • Auto-CAD design • Project Management • Mentoring • Microsoft Office Suite Expert • Public Speaking • Research • ANSYS Finite Element Method • Solid Works • Computer Repair • Supervision • Typing /60 wpm • Client Data Updates • Microsoft Office Suite Expert • Public Speaking • Travel Management • Database Management


Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering


New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, NJ

Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering


New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, NJ


Computer Aided Design: Designed biopsy needle using PTC Creo that would be utilized in a surgical operation by a robot. Needle was designed to be inserted into site where prostate cancer had been detected. Needle was printed with an open section for sample collection upon removal.

Finite Element Design: Using PTC Creo, developed helical coil spring, then converted its’ dimensions and geometric tolerances to ANSYS FEA software. Spring was then given structural qualities of steel, and compression force was acted upon it to determine where compression force was strongest.

Top Down Design: Using PTC Creo design software, developed snowman. Base, midsection, head, top hat, carrot nose, stick arms and pieces of coal were all developed individually, then put together as an assembly by configuring individual pieces axes.

Product Development: Managed team of student engineers by creating schedules, tracking inventory and overseeing contract obligations and deadlines, then evaluated safety, efficiency and effectiveness of bone grafting calcium sulfate biomaterial. Team developed test to measure efficacy and non-Newtonian characteristics of biomaterial. Also advised and assisted clients in application of biomedical equipment in clinical environments.

Oral Presentations: Organized classroom study sessions between classmates to review coursework for courses such as Computer Aided Design, Statistics, Biomaterials and Continuum Mechanics. Gave detailed explanations on topics discussed by instructor that resulted in several students, including myself, earning A’s in aforementioned classes.

Biomedical Research: Researched cancer biology with group of engineers to investigate method for precise application of ozone (O3) as potential replacement for radiation therapy.

Aerospace Research: Designed experiment to determine amount of force necessary to achieve lift by using force and acceleration computer programs and model airplanes of varying sizes and materials. Designed experiment that measured pressure build up within hand-made rocket and launch pad by using bicycle pump and PVC piping.

Leadership Role: As President of the Graduate Biomedical Engineering Society, increased membership numbers from five to seventeen by incorporating new avenues of interests that students were not privy to, such as entrepreneurship, by inviting experienced business leaders in school faculty to discuss topics such as marketing, finance and product development.


The TEC Center, Dewitt, IA

Design Engineer

01/17 to Present

Design automated organizational systems for inventory using Solidworks 3D Computer Aided Design Software.

Department of Defense, Rock Island Arsenal, IL

Engineering Intern, Secret Clearance

02/16 to 11/16

Researched potential replacement parts for a decontamination system that would be utilized in combat situations to protect US Military Personnel from Biological and Chemical attacks.

Completed projects to update technical drawings and coordinated with other government agencies to ascertain specific needs that would be necessary to complete mission objective.

Department of Veteran Affairs, Jamaica Plains, MA

Engineering Intern

01/15 to 09/15

Reconstructed distribution of customer satisfaction surveys, utilized by New England Veteran’s Engineering Resource Center to improve internal processes and making it more efficient.

Utilized Microsoft Excel to develop Pareto Charts for analyzing reasons behind delayed completion of Veteran Engineering Resource Center projects from 2013 until 2015, facilitating remediation of delayed projects.

Vidyo Corp, Hackensack, NJ

Assistant Production Engineer (Temporary Position)

10/12 to 11/12

Analyzed and improved Vidyo system packaging and procedures resulting in cost efficient system for company.

Reduced annual company costs by successfully discovering essential missing cord in client packages, boosting company sales.

Assisted Production Engineers with packaging Vidyo Systems bundles and equipment, and calibrating telepresence with state of the art software.

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