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Engineer Software

West Bloomfield Township, Michigan, United States
January 30, 2019

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Miah A. Baset, P.E.

**** ********** ** **** **********, MI 48322 248-***-****


Establishing Requirements Specification for High Voltage Power Distribution & High Voltage Devices (Hydrogen Fuel Cell, HV Battery Pack, HV DC/DC Converter) HV Energy management Systems Developing Electrical Systems Architectural Requirements for Electric Hybrid/Fuel Cell vehicles Vehicle Connectivity & Services Plant Level Control System Engineering (using PLC, Vision System) Power Management Quality Control Technical Decision Making Preparing Cost Estimates and Scheduling for Electrical Design Projects CAN EMC/EMI DVP&R FMEA GAP TDR Delivering Presentations to Upper Management.


Amphenol Automotive, Novi, MI (June 2018– Sep 2018)

Systems Engineer: Assumed Systems Engineering responsibilities for 24VDC to 120VAC, 2KW Inverter for automotive applications. Authored System Design Requirements, FMEA, Validation plan using ASIC mythology. Oversaw all accepts of Inverter’s System level interface with the Customer (Ford). The Inverter powers 3 strategically positioned 120V AC HVPO (High voltage Howe outlets) primarily for used by the skilled trades in Ford F150 truck lines.

Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI (July 2016– April 2018)

Product Engineer: Contracting to Ford Motor Company in the Connected Vehicle and Service Department. Feature owner of My Ford Mobile (MFM) and Lincoln way (LW). Analyze and resolve issues related to Mobile App development and its connectivity to vehicle Modem controllers over SDN. Also responsible for the architecture and development of several concepts of HMI (Human Machine Interface), including feature concept creation, iteration and implementation. Working with feature owners, and systems engineers in order to create high fidelity prototypes and specifications.

Panasonic, Farmington Hills, MI (May 2014- July 2016)

Systems Engineer: Contracting to Panasonic to work as a System Engineer in FORD Infotainment Systems group. Resolute customer issues by acting as a liaison between customer requirements, SW Development and testing groups for coherent implementations. Create sequence diagrams for HMI blocks to depict work flow, message passing and how elements in general cooperate over time to achieve a result.

Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI (May 2013– April 2014)

In Plant Flash Engineer: Contracted to Ford Motor Company in the Powertrain Control Engineering Group. Ford has decided to program electronic controllers in the Plant instead of programming at vendor site to reduce complexity of part numbers. Authored Specification to implement the flash (program) process of the controllers by wirelessly downloading vehicle specific calibration and program files in real-time, while vehicle is being assembled. Coordinating efforts to implement the process in various Ford Plants worldwide.

RCO Engineering, Roseville, MI (Oct 2011– Oct 2012)

Systems Engineer & Cyber Security Engineer Initially Contracted to GM Hybrid Vehicle Group, Milford, MI. As System Engineer responsible for writing system level specification in coordination with other system for high end vehicle line’s Active Suspension systems. Late on as direct hire to Cyber security team as Systems Engineer.

Western Area Power Administration (Dept. of Energy), Phoenix, AZ (Jan 2011– July 2011)

Real-time Electrical Engineer: Support Operational aspects of Bulk Power (69KV and above) Generation and Transmission over Western Region of United States.

Magna E-Car (A Joint Venture with Magna International) (March 2010 – Oct 10)

Energy Storage/Vehicle Systems engineer: Author of Energy Storage Systems (HV energy managements) & Vehicle System Requirement specifications (Electrical Architecture, CAN topology, inter-module interface requirements etc), and integration/Testing/Diagnostics of the Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV).

FORD MOTOR CO., Dearborn, MI

Design and Release Engineer for Hybrid/Fuel Cell Systems/Components, Dearborn, MI (2/07 – 1/09)

Managed Ford's vehicle E/E systems/subsystems level issues related to Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Programs. Served as team member of E/E Architecture, Electric Propulsion system Low and High Voltage Power Management, HV Battery (LI) Managements, CAN Communication Protocol, System Validation, Diagnostics and Control Groups. Authored functional requirement specification of High Voltage Energy Converter (HVEC). Led all phases of its design & development with the supplier. Benchmarked effort for future applications. Supported design and development of other propulsion system products.

Senior Control Engineer, Livonia Transmission Plant, Livonia, MI (11/02 – 1/07)

Position included supervisory, machine control, power distribution, manufacturing, and budgeting/scheduling/time critical project completion. Responsible for all aspects of Traceability and Control engineering within my jurisdiction with emphasis on quality control. Gained knowledge of electrical systems analysis, including short circuit calculation and sizing protective devices. Dealt with basic rotating machine design, operation, and maintenance, and other electrical distribution & operational issues, including pneumatic systems and servo system using PID controller. Tested/Debug control circuitry and tracked any part usage. Supervised a team of 15 various skilled trades. Also worked with machine control strategy design. Debugged/modified machine control issues using PLC ladder logic (Modicon, Allen Bradley, Siemens), and Industrial Vision System. Dealt with ARC FLASH, ECPL, OSHA, NFPA, NEC.

Product Design & Development Engineer, Dearborn, MI (11/99 – 10/02)

Served as Design & Release engineer of Electronic Body Modules (including exterior and interior lighting control) & Daytime running Module (for Head Light) for several vehicle programs. Authored specification of these modules. Responsible on a day-to-day basis, the progress throughout all phases of their development cycles to ensure that appropriate engineering disciplines were being utilized (DV, FMEA, ICD). Led design review of Hardware at board level of micro-controller’s I/O interface & driver circuitry for various actuators, motors and sensors including their software implementation. Peer-reviewed other module designs. Supported development of Global Architectural Planning (GAP) strategies on future programs. Supported launch of various programs as required. Developed, maintained, and implemented roadmaps supporting functional and quality objectives, high mileage initiatives, and customer satisfaction objectives (APQP, TGW, CPU). Presented progress to the higher-level management as warranted.

Product Design Engineer Dearborn Assembly Plant, Dearborn, MI (11/97 – 11/99)

As design and Release engineer, served as liaison between Design and Manufacturing team with a focus on quality (TGW, CPU). Responsible for any spot design change and release of all electrical contents of the Mustang vehicle line as necessitated to accommodate manufacturability in the plant.

Systems Software Engineer Powertrain Engineering, Dearborn, MI (10/95 -11/97)

Experience included embedded software engineering using assembly language programming, including software testing & validation. Strategized and coded in assembly language, Ford's first traction control feature in Mazda vehicle program.

Product Test Engineer Fuel System (Project), Dearborn, MI (10/93 – 7/95)

Responsible for capital budgeted project completion of test equipment (costing over $2 million) Assumed total project responsibilities in procuring a capital budgeted Exhaust Gas Recirculating (EGR) Simulator test stand used for EGR system testing.


Systems Engineer on Electric Vehicle, contracting to Ford Motor Company

Software Engineer at EDS Corporation

Associate Professor at DeVry Institute of Technology


Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia.

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University of Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh.

Master of Business Administration, Keller Graduate School of Management, Chicago, Illinois. (Discontinued after completion of 36/48 Cr. Hr. due to relocation).


Computer savvy with basic WEB design skill;

Network Protocol: CAN; LIN

Network Tools: Oracle SQL, DET, Tera-Term, Accenture JIRA, IBM RTC

Programming Languages: C, BASIC, Assembler; PLC Ladder Logic,

Application Software: MS-Office (WORD, EXCEL, POWER POINT); Visio,


STATUS" awarded in 2002.

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