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Engineer

Location:
Oak Park, Michigan, United States
Posted:
November 27, 2018

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PAUL CRISANTH

Oak park

MI- *****

817-***-****

ac7s5w@r.postjobfree.com

Summary

Over 3 years of professional experience in Design, Quality and Reliability engineering.

Design improvements and Life cycle evaluation of electronic packages.

Optimization and design of experiments and operations.

Experienced in hydraulic testing and trouble shooting.

Technical Skills

CAD and simulation- Ansys, Spaceclame, Icepak, Fluent, Creo, Solid works.

Programming- Matlab, C++.

Certifications- Six Sigma Green Belt.

Tools- Digital image analyzing, Microsoft office.

Employment History

EMNSPC lab (Electronic, MEMS and Nanoelectronics Systems Packaging Center), at UTA

Research Assistant December 2017 – October 2018

The major duties performed were material characterization, 3 D modeling, simulation, running tests such as thermal cycling and power cycling (accelerated environmental testing) and conducting study on various topics such as crack propagation, hygroscopic effect, thermal etching, oil immersion cooling on various models of electronic packages. Equipment such as TMA, DMA, SEM (EBSD), FTIR were used for conducting these studies. Statistical tools such as Excel Macros has been used to analyze results.

Komatsu Construction Equipment Service Engineer August 2014 - July 2015

Supervised service and maintenance operations on hydraulic excavators, hydraulic troubleshooting, testing, data analysis and documentation.

Chevrolet Service Engineer September 2013 - August 2014

Involved in recall and pre- delivery inspection of vehicles and Design of maintenance task schedule.

Closely worked with the design team in improving various automotive parts that were recalled.

Education

University of Texas at Arlington Master of Science, Mechanical Engineering Arlington, Texas

Graduated

May 2018

Publication: Thesis (M.S.). 2018. Effect of underfill material, underfill design & Gap Height on Reliability of low-k large-die flip chip package under thermal loading.

Relevant Course Work:

Thermal Conduction and Convection- Steady state, Transient, numerical analysis,

Finite Element Methods- Plate Bending, Computational Aspect, Orthotropic Materials, composites.

Mechanics of Composite Materials- Fracture Mechanics, Design, Residual Stress, Failure.

Rotorcraft Engineering- Air Vehicle Drag, Airframe stress analysis, Flight Performance.



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