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Engineering Electrical

Kent, Washington, United States
September 25, 2018

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Paramvir Singh

Cell: 425-***-****

Recent Electrical Engineering graduate with an exceptional work ethic and engineering principles. Expertise includes innovative designs for electrical systems, electrical power system fundamentals/analysis, identifying solutions, system analyses, and generation of circuit schematics. Possess excellent interpersonal and communication abilities, with a wide range of analytical skills. Enjoys being a part of a team, as well as managing and motivating a productive team, and thrives in high pressure and challenging environments.


•Possess strong commitment to team environment and work collaboratively with others

•Ability of work independently

•Interested in learning about the development of integrated design and system architecture

•Experience in designing circuit schematic and One-Line diagram

•Ability to review wire diagrams

•Capable of diagnosing and responding issues

•Strong problem-solving and analytical skills

•Experience in desktop computing skills (Microsoft office) and simulation skills

•Outstanding expertise in electrical power system design and management

•Strong familiarity with electrical load analysis and voltage drop analysis

•Cross-cultural communication with excellent written and verbal skills

•Fluent in English, Hindi and Punjabi


2-port Matching network for Antenna in RF frequency – Technical Project

May 2018

•Designed a low-pass single and double stage L network impedance matching circuit for antenna

•Analyzed and designed RF and Microwave Impedance matching circuit using smith charts

•Measured and collected data to support the development of the work

•Inspected Rf circuit using transmission line voltage and current waves

•Added value and quality to project by consistently contributing input at progress meetings

DC-DC converter - University of Washington sponsored Capstone Project- Technical Project

Team Member October 2017- March 2018

•Collaborated and lead a team in designing and manufacturing isolated DC-DC fly-back converter for solar micro grid

•Modeled and simulated the circuit schematics in LTSpice, including creating parts lists, and drafting wire diagrams to deliver results in quality and reliability

•Developed cost effective technology that reduced the converter cost by 15% approx.

•Inspected functional and physical input of the Integrated chip (LT 3758) by following the (data sheet) documented processes, specifications, and procedures that supports the design

•Designed discreet PCB layout to minimize the Electromagnetic induction (EMI)

•Identified and resolved key issues pertaining the converter to ensure the safety of the product

•Maintained open and effective communications with project team to increase productivity

Microprocessor based frequency counter – Technical Project Team Member August 2017

•Incorporated Arduino Uno with a designed circuit to achieve the results

•Performed computer testing with a frequency range of 1Hz-7Mhz and a resolution of 1Hz

•Followed design guides to select parts (e.g., connectors, terminal blocks, passive components) and materials (e.g., wire types, shielding)

•Examined and tested PCB for potential short- and long-term functioning issues

•Investigated manufacturing and test problems and analyzed product data (e.g., drawings, parts standard, specifications)

•Assisted in establishing vision, objectives and targets for safety performance

Audio amplifier

Team Member April 2017

•Designed an audio amplifier (0.5W) that could play audio on 8ohm speaker

•Assisted in data gathering and utilized LT spice software to verify, simulate and generate circuit schematic

•Planned, drafted, executed and improved electrical design circuit to get high quality audio

•Managed team to create a project plan and schedule for development tasks


Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) - University of Washington – GPA: 3.69 (Cum Laude) June 2018

Strong background in Power system, Faults and faults isolation, Electromagnetics, Load analysis, Radio frequency and microwave circuits, Materials compatibility, Amplifiers, Research, Engineering Drawings (2D and 3D), 3D modeling, Simulations, Process improvements, Self-driven, Teamwork Environment, Circuit theory, devices and circuits, CAD, and Technical writing


• Computer Skills: Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint and Email handling

• Languages: Java, Verilog and Assembly Language

• Developer Tools/IDE: Eclipse, R, Arduino

• Engineering Program: SolidWorks (CAD), Logisim, LT spice, MATLAB, Proteus, ExpressPCB, Multisim, Powerworld simulator,

TXLINE, NI/AWR design environment and Easy 68k

• Lab Equipment: Oscilloscopes, Signal generators, Multimeters, Vector Network Analyzer (VNA), Programmable Power

Supplies, Embedded Debuggers, Soldering station, Surface mount technology (SMT), logic analyzer


Academic Excellence Workshop (AEW) Facilitator – Highline College Des Moines, WA- April 2016 to June 2016

Created worksheets to drive learning and utilized Excel spreadsheets and word documents for instructor

Physics Tutor – Highline College – Des Moines, WA-August 2015 to March 2016

` Helped develop the social and intellectual development of students

Science Olympiad Volunteer- Mentor- March 2015 & 2016

Mentored competitors for elastic and electric vehicle competition

Managed check-in of teams and setting up of the events


Academic Excellence: Baccalaureate Honors- Cum Laude June 2018 Engineering Academic Achievement Award, UWB College of Engineering Dean’s List (2016-18), Level 1&2 Physics tutor award

Student Organizations: ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), MESA (Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA), Seva UWB, Highline Engineering club

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