**** ******** ****, *** *** – Los Angeles, CA 90066 – 626-***-**** – email@example.com dedication to excellence in mechanical engineering Proven Leadership, Technical, Creative, Interpersonal & Organizational Skills CORE COMPETENCIES
Recent UCLA graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a valuable skillset in Design, Development, Analysis and Test of complex Machinery, Components and Systems, offering targeted solutions to meet specific project objectives.
Combine proven Product Development and Automation skills with significant Leadership, Financial, Organizational, Communication and Documentation abilities to ensure timely, cost effective completion of technologically complex projects for sophisticated products. Work Collaboratively within Productive Teams. Software Tools: Matlab, C++, Arduino, LabVIEW
Machining Skills: Lathe, Milling Machine, CNC Milling Machine Micro & Nano Manufacturing: Photolithography, Reactive Ion Etching, Depositions Rapid, Accurate Assembling, Wiring & Soldering: NE555 & 7400 Series IC, Transistors SolidWorks & 3D Design & Printing
Manual Circuit & PCB Diagram Drawing
Thrive in challenging, dynamic environments, applying the full spectrum of proven capabilities, to make key contributions to corporate profit improvement.
UCLA Design Projects
Autonomous Device (Five-member Team, Two Quarters): Designed and constructed CLANG-Bot, an autonomous robot that navigates an inclined course, launches a golf ball within 10% of a predicted distance and returns to the starting point. Provided design rationale and documented process, explained subsystems, generated cost analysis and key robotic performance indicators overview. (LabView: Robot Programming. SolidWorks: Body Design.)
Micro Manufacturing Lab (Team Project, One Partner): Fabricated two wafers, applying photolithography, including positive and negative photoresist modalities (SU-8). Applied Nano Imprint Lithography process, using PMMS coating, to provide adhesion for UV imprint resist coating. Applied UV photoresist on glass substrate before using mold to make pattern. Chunked glass substrate vacuum for molding. Pressed mold to apply pattern, exposing substrate in UV light and observing pattern by microscope. Container Tracking in Shipping of Manufactured Parts (Solo Project): Applied IOT and RFID, among other technologies, theoretically improving a way to process containers at port and on vessels, monitoring containers’ conditions and locations in real time by using active RFID with Zigbee. Power Plant Design (Five-member Team): Explained design process and operational requirements of Closed Cycle Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion power plant for conceptual Google data center. Applied saturated Rankine cycle to power data center, providing alternative, considerably greener electricity.
(Project Discovery: Attempts to use heat dissipated by data center led to failed reheat Rankine cycle.) EDUCATION
University of California, Los Angeles
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, 2017 (GPA: 3.2) Pasadena City College
Dean’s Honor Student for Three Years, 2011 – 2014 (GPA: 3.7) Tongmyong University Busan, South Korea
Three Years of Mechatronics Studies (GPA: 3.9/ 4.5)