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Systems Engineer, Electro-Optics Engineer

Location:
Boston, MA
Salary:
70,000
Posted:
March 07, 2019

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Education

Northeastern University – Boston, MA

Graduate – MS Bioengineering – Expected May 2019

Areas of Focus: Signal Processing, Optics, Bio-computational Modeling, Computer Vision, High Performance Computing

University of Connecticut – Storrs, CT

BSE Biomedical Engineering – May 2017

Minor: Electronics and Systems

Related Work Experience

Canon Healthcare Optics Research Laboratory Cambridge, MA

Electro-Optical Engineering Co-op Jan – Sept 2018

●Supported development of an Optical Computed Tomography imaging system in numerous areas such as firmware development and optics design on a prototype system

●Designed/implemented an electro-optical system equipped to algorithmically control certain properties of the OCT optical signal from custom-built software capable of real time signal processing to integrated electro-mechanical hardware and wrote preliminary patent applications/released controlled software for all IP developed

●Designed/built fiber optic, PCB, and CAD mechanical components needed for full prototype build and launch

Medtronic Einstein Project North Haven, CT

Systems Test Engineering May-Aug 2016 & May-Aug 2017

●Responsible for the execution of safety, reliability, and usability testing on a Robotic Surgical platform including surgical instrument use cycling, high potential electrical insulation testing, etc.

●Constructed test fixtures for reliability testing focused on automation of life cycling of system components

●Responsible for coordination of various subsystem parameters including power consumption, physical size/footprint, instrument/abdominal wall deflection & backlash, etc.

Research Experience

Northeastern Biophotonics Group - COTI Lab

Dr. Qianqian Fang – Northeastern University

(In Progress) Simulation of fNIRS Cerebral Mapping Utilizing a Nasal Approach

UConn Biomedical Engineering Dept. - Electromyography

Dr. Ki Chon & Hugo Posada, Ph. D - University of Connecticut

Testing the Need for Carbon in Salt/Adhesive Electrodes for Surface Electromyography Measurements: Preliminary Results

Skills

CAD Software: SolidWorks, NI Multisim, OrCAD (PSpice)

Application Programming: Python, Matlab, Java, LabVIEW;

MS Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook

Systems Hierarchy/Product Dev. Software: Jama, AGILE

Operating Systems: Windows OS; Mac OS

Activities/Honors

UConn Honors Program ––– September 2013 – 2017

Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) ––– September 2013 - 2017

Triathlon Team ––– September 2013 – 2017

Alpha Eta Mu Beta (Biomedical Engineering Honors Society) ––– September 2016 – 2017



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