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Electrical Customer Service

Location:
Windsor, ON, Canada
Salary:
50000-60000
Posted:
March 15, 2019

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Musa Khan

**** ***** ******* ******, *******, ON

Cell:1-734-***-**** Home: 1-519-***-****, Email: ac8slw@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY _

Results oriented professional with notable success in identifying, evaluating and solving complex requirements for various applications. Seeking to solve challenging problems in various industries.

Willing to travel and relocate as per company request.

PROFILE OF SKILLS _

Ability to create drafts and schematics with AutoCAD, Circuitmaker, and LTSpice/Pspice.

Design, testing, troubleshooting and repair experience for harnesses and PCB/circuit boards.

Knowledge on how to utilize multimeters, oscilloscopes, power supplies and solder irons.

Understanding of automation equipment such as radios, sensors, transducers and LiDAR.

PLC and HMI knowledge: Siemens TIA, Rslogix, Schneider’s, PID control and Proface HMI.

Skilled in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Project, PowerPoint, and Outlook).

Experience with Ethernet, Wi-Fi &CAN linked communication and electrical subsystems.

Knowledge of programming languages: C/C++, MATLAB/Simulink, and VHDL/Verilog.

Excellent communication and customer service skills and ability to handle tight deadlines.

WORK AND ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Systems Engineer July 2018-Febuary 2019

Daifuku

Worked with Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs), vehicles made for the automation of transportation logistics of materials through in a manufacturing setting.

Designed paths, traffic blocking and tag locations for AGVs through AutoCAD/Auto Track software and designed LiDAR bumpers with Keyence/SICK software.

Configured the software of tags and traffic blocking to instruct AGVs to navigate paths and perform necessary tasks and give priority vehicles stopped in an intersection.

Troubleshot electrical, software, radio and mechanical issues of AGVs.

Customer based has served for a diverse set of industries including automotive.

Commissioned the installation and updates of a system and while travelling to field sites.

Siemens Mechatronics Program March 2018-June 2018

University of Windsor

Courses – (Electro) Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Circuits, Digital Fundamentals and PLCs, Electrical Components, Mechanical Components and Electrical Drives

Electronics Unit Test Technician (Operations) November 2017 - February 2018

A.D.I.

Part of an organization that served prominent clients primarily in Defence & Aerospace.

Supervised the manufacturing production line and inspected workmanship

Utilized unit and simulations tests of cables and embedded programmable circuit boards

Performed diagnostics and repair, read Altium schematics and verified board layouts

Ran real time python scripted simulations on programmable boards using QNX simulation PCs

Bachelors: Electrical Engineering September 2014 – October 2017

University of Windsor

Cumulative GPA: 80.73% with distinction

Courses – Power Electronics, Electro Mechanics, Power Systems I & II, Digital Logic Design I & II, Control Systems I & II, Electronics I & II, Embedded Systems Design and Matlab/C++ fundamentals.

TECHNICAL PROJECTS

Electric Automobile: Electronic Subsystem design September 2016 - August 2017

SAE: Formula E North

Lead the electronics team and volunteers. Organized tasks, project deadlines and meetings.

Designed, implemented, tested and repaired components for the low voltage electrical system.

Created circuits include: APPS, BPDS, Optocoupler, Thermistor and Hall Effect transducer.

Performed design and simulations with LTSpice. PCB schematics made with Altium CircuitMaker.

Integrated the low voltage safety circuits with a system of translational solenoid relays.

Fabricated and tested wire harnesses and connectors and routed them around the vehicle.

Coupled the galvanic isolated optocoupler with the Sevcon 4 motor controller.

Final prototype capable of running its motor from 100 to 3000 rpm.

Electronics Projects January 2015 - December 2016

Worked on labs involving analog & digital components that include: 555 Timers and logic gates.

EMG Muscle Sensor: A system using differential amplifiers allowing us to view muscle signals

Laser Linked Audio: Transmitting and receiving audio through laser light intensity modulation.

Diode biasing guitar tremolo: Toggling the bias of a diode to vary the volume of audio.

Laser Linked Audio had won 4rth place in the electronics demo in the fall of 2016.

PLC, Power Electronics and Control Systems (Matlab/Simulink)

Designed simulations for phase-lead/lag and PID controllers on Matlab/Simulink.

Implemented and drove algorithms for suspended weight torsion plants.

Uploaded the code to successfully drive the physical implementation of an inverted pendulum.

Trained with PLC Programs: Zelios, RSLogix and Siemens TIA Portal Programs.

Routed input and outputs with relays, lights, switches and push buttons.

Inspected, troubleshot and tested four electro-pneumatic modules.

Programed a Traffic lights program using Siemens TIA. Analysis with logic flow diagrams.

Simulink models for power electronics including Buck Converters & three phase IGBT Inverters.

Experimented with the power convertors in the lab to confirm our simulations.

FPGA and Software Projects

Wrote programs in C++ and Matlab. From basics to object-oriented programing.

Worked with numeric methods: Sampson’s rule, Newton Rapson and Gaus-Jordan Elimination

Wrote VHDL/Verilog programs, test benched on Modelsim and uploaded onto Altera FPGAs.

FPGA Programs created: two digit up/down clock counter, 2-bit multiplier and 8-bit ALU

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