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Electrical Engineer Design

San Jose, CA
March 19, 2019

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A self-motivated and introspective newly undergraduate Electrical Engineer looking to pursue a career, where I can further my experience and education to achieve greater heights.


Hardware: Circuit Design and Analysis, PCB, Power Electronics, Electric Motors, Sensors (IR and Hall Effect),

Nexys4TM Artix-7 FPGA board

Test Equipment: Oscilloscope, Soldering (TH & SM), Multimeter, Function Generator, Power Supply

Software Tools: LTspice, MATLAB, DipTrace PCB Schematic, Arduino UNO, Xilinx, Microsoft Office/Excel

Programming Languages: Java, Python, ARM-Assembly (Cortex – M3), Verilog HDL (Boolean Operators)


San Jose State University, San Jose CA – Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

August 2016 – May 2018 GPA: 3.6

Mission College, Santa Clara CA – Associate of Science in Mathematics

August 2012 - May 2016

Related Coursework

Circuit Design I & II • Digital Signal Processing • Digital Logic Design • Signals and Systems • Control Theory • Semiconductor Physics • Microprocessor System Design • Mechatronics Engineering • Electric Drives and Machines • Semiconductor Power Electronics • Electromagnetic Fields and Waves • Embedded Control System Design • Probability and Statistics in EE

Career Highlights

Spartan Hyperloop - Braking and Propulsion System Student Design Aug. 2017 – May 2018

Design and fabricate a Synchronous Buck Converter PCB to step down the voltages from a 67.2V LiPo battery supply to a 24V, 6.25A output, which powers a 3-phase BLDC hub-motor with a hall-effect feedback controlled by a motor controller and baseboard combination. Having bidirectional current flow allows for regenerative capabilities in the system during braking when the motor’s back EMF is greater than the supply voltage.

Eddy Current Braking System Student Design Oct. 2017 – Dec. 2017

Demonstration of how Eddy Currents can be applied to a braking system. A 6061-aluminum disk rotating on an axle by a stepper motor, which was being controlled by an Arduino Uno. LCD to display the temperature via IR sensor and RPM via Hall Effect sensor.

Energy Harvesting Solar-Cell Student Design Apr. 2017 – May 2017

With DipTrace software, our own traced out design schematic was implemented. Input voltage up to 0.5V, and output voltage of 1.5V. The surface mounted parts of the IC, circuit components, solar cell, USB were all soldered onto the board, and tested at each node for continuity.

Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) Digital to Analog Converter Student Design Oct. 2016 – Dec. 2016

Utilizing LTspice and Python, implemented own design by choosing the aspects of filter type, bandwidth, effective number of bits, frequency of the PWM, etc. with a 50% duty cycle square wave. Ran simulations to find the step response and bode plot of the filter.


●Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE) – SJSU Student Chapter

●Tau Beta Pi – Engineering Honors Society, Eta Chapter @ SJSU

●Spartan Hyperloop – 2018 Finalist in SpaceX Hyperloop Levitation Sub-competition

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