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Engineering Quality Engineer

San Antonio, Texas, United States
May 20, 2018

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San Antonio, TX *****

Phone: 832-***-**** Email:

Recent graduate of ABET-accredited BSME program seeking the Associate Quality Engineer position at LanceSoft INC to further develop technical skills in quality assurance, new product development, various software and strategic testing.

Key Skills and Knowledge Areas

Proficient in Solidworks, AutoCAD and ANSYS with the ability to put together engineering drawing packages and analysis using simulation tools and finite element methods

Proficient knowledge and skills in data collection, analysis and technical writing

Working knowledge of project management tools like MS Project, Excel & reporting tool like Tabuleau

Strong collaboration and communication skills working closely with team members from different disciplines to achieve engineering goals in internships and college projects

Programming skills in Arduino & MATLAB


The University of Texas at San Antonio – San Antonio, TX

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Graduation: May 2018

Completed Courses in Major:

Finite Element Analysis, Heat and Mass Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, Biomaterials & Bionanotechnology

Machine Element Design, Statics, Dynamics, Engineering Analysis, Materials Engineering

Mechanics of Materials, Measurement and Instrumentation, ME Thermodynamics

Capstone Senior Design Project:

Cervical Multi-Directional Device August 2017 - Present

Studied and performed root cause analysis of the anatomy of the cervical spine to design an FDA-approved medical device to assist in strength-training exercises during physical therapy for long term relief

Created engineering drawings in Solidworks of device and analyzed further using finite element methods including use of geometric dimensioning and tolerances

Prepared Gantt Chart to monitor project schedule and budget

Relevant Projects

Human Hand Robot August- December 2017

Arduino Uno, micro-servos, & flex sensors were used to design a robotic human hand with the use of common household materials

Successfully programmed the arm to hold a water bottle, play a game of rock-paper-scissors, and count from 1-10 forwards and backwards autonomously

Technical report was assembled detailing all parameters used and included a demonstration video

Mopping Robot January – May 2017

Coded and designed an obstacle-avoiding robot that cleans wet messes on floors using Arduino Uno board and software. Programmed the robot to sense wet floors using moisture and infrared sensors with DC motors assisting in movement and a LCD screen showing when to switch the sponge

Data acquired showed that the Mopping Robot was able to sense a wet floor up to 10 feet away and was able to clean up to 5 low to moderate wet messes before needing to switch to a clean sponge; data was tabulated into a technical report and presented in class with a demonstration

Feed Transport Improvement – Six Sigma August – December 2016

Collaborated with peers using DMAIC, Lean and Six Sigma methods to enhance efficiency of the time used to load the feed bought from a customer at a feed warehouse

Improvements were made after first round of testing of methods by identifying weaknesses in the arrangement of the different feeds

Developed methods to help reduce the time by rearranging the location of the popular feeds near the loading dock

Compiled a 25-page technical report, PowerPoint presentation, and provided a new layout of the feeds to the company

Hammer Manufacturing Project January – May 2016

Manufactured a metal hammer within tolerance to specifications in a machine shop

Utilized a center lathe with a digital read out to shape the handle and produce external threads to attach the head

Utilized a metal mill with a digital read out to shape the head, create internal threads, and mill letters into the surface of the hammer head

Work Experience

Engineering Intern at INTECSEA, Houston, TX June - August 2014

Performed routine aspects of engineering methods and application of basic engineering principles under close supervision

Used statistic tools like Weibull in Matlab to perform estimates on data acquired from testing

Collected and prepared data for evaluation by supervisor

Student Assistant at College of Science (UTSA), San Antonio, TX July 2013 – May 2014

Developed customer service skills through assisting students with credit holds and other actions to facilitate enrollment

Scheduled 20 plus appointments a week and handled 10 plus walk-ins daily

Aided College Advisors with registering students for appointments

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