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Phone: 613-***-****, Email: email@example.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mitchell-denomme-b3a36611a/ EDUCATION
CARLETON UNIVERSITY - DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS 9/2015 – 4/2019 Bachelor of Engineering, Electrical Engineering
Programming Languages: C, MATLAB
Software: Arduino IDE, Advanced Design System (ADS), AutoCAD, MIT App inventor, Papyrus, MS Office, Bluebeam, PC1D (Solar cell modeling), Logisim Tools: Oscilloscope, HP 16702B logic analyzer, Multimeter, Frequency Generator, HP4145 Parameter Analyzer
Bell Canada 5/2017 - 12/2018
Network Provisioning Specialist
Worked individually and in a team setting in a management role to design the equipping of telecommunication network to provide FTTH for residential and commercial customers. Key Contributions:
Designed, initiated, and released network plans for the most effective solutions in the expansion of network infrastructure to meet service requirements for business customers
Gained knowledge in aspects of telecommunications network including fibre deployment and feeder and distribution architecture
Contributed to a team that was accountable for the timely development, communication and implementation of the fibre network.
Gained familiarity with network planning and provisioning tools (SAP, NetX, Google Earth, IKE GPS,)
Responsible for designs that were used by construction teams to build expanding fibre network infrastructure.
Hydro Ottawa 5/2016 to 8/2016
Distribution Engineering Intern
Participated in research and hands-on projects to promote energy distribution and drive business growth.
Assisted in Hydro pole analysis for distribution network, contributing to research that was used to calculate forces acting on poles in order to determine required equipment and anchoring.
Conducted cost and specification comparisons on transformer gas analyzers to gather intelligence used for implementing new technology.
Exposed to Energy Distribution Industry by working under senior electrical engineers to observe various equipment including sub-stations, hydroelectric dam, transformers and aerial equipment.
Gathered field information to determine equipment in need of upgrades.
Updated engineering standard drawings using AutoCAD to meet company requirements. PROJECTS
Design of Autonomous Following Trolley (Capstone Project) 9/2018 to 4/2019
Designed a luggage trolley that automatically follows its user’s phone and returns itself to a determined pick up location.
Programmed in Arduino IDE (C language) and Integrated GPS, Bluetooth, Ultrasonic and pressure sensors and Wi-Fi technology
Developed corresponding Android application using MIT App Inventor to control and monitor the trolley as well as hardware subsystems.
Soldered and housed hardware connections underneath the trolley to create an organized design.
Automated Door-Lock 1/2018 to 4/2018
Built an automated door-lock prototype using an Arduino Microcontroller and electric motor.
RFID cards were programmed to open the lock, as well as to test security by denying access to unregistered cards.
A password protected Android application was built to allow users to open and close the lock on command, while displaying the status of the lock. RELEVANT COURSES
Core Courses Other Courses
Analog Integrated Electronics Telecommunications Engineering Digital Integrated Electronics Electrical Power Engineering Physical Electronics Solar Cells
Microprocessor systems Software Product Management Object-Oriented Programming Introduction to Software Engineering Imperative Programming Computer Organization
Systems and Simulations
COMMUNICATION AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS
I took part in a week-long trip building homes and helping with community support in Nicaragua. In the months prior to the trip I was active in fund raising efforts to purchase building supplies.
Worked in a management role at Bell Canada where I was responsible for projects worth hundredths of thousands of dollars.
Took on the team lead role for my Communication Skills course where I maintained team organization in order to deliver proposals, progress reports, oral presentations and final reports on time and to high standards.
Awarded the Romauld Rolland Memorial Scholarship from Hydro Ottawa for writing an essay on workplace safety that was selected top three amongst student submissions.
Registered for a course at Carleton that explores project management and provides extensive team work analyzing various case studies.
Fundraised and took part in CIBC Run for the Cure which raised funds for the Canadian Cancer Society.