Jeremy Perez 818-***-****
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Expected Graduation: May 2019 California State University Northridge (CSUN)
Cumulative GPA: 3.12/4.00
Beamforming Antenna - MATLAB CSUN August 2018 - Present
• Designed an omnidirectional antenna that operates between 1.75-2.12GHz with the ability to steer nulls. The radiation pattern was controlled by converting the signal to digital then using a microcontroller.
• Performed theoretical studies of tradeoffs between number and types of antennas and how they affected the beam steering.
• Processed digital signals using a software defined radio to record our analog antenna input signals.
• Created algorithms that determined the strongest angle of arrival and steered the beam to that direction.
• Developed MATLAB code that implemented those algorithms and displayed theoretical results. Pac-Man Game - FPGA CSUN March 2019 – Present
• Designed a Pac-Man-esque game using Xilinx Zynq SoC PS2, VGA, and SRAM.
• Created detail design sprites for the character, objects, and score using VHDL.
• Implemented the play area using a control array to represent the location of sprites
• Programmed a chasing algorithm for the ghost.
LSI_10k Library – Verilog CSUN February 2019 – March 2019
• Created individual cells that were individually tested to function at the specified timings.
• Determined nominal delay using Synopsis Design Compiler to derive timing reports examining all possible paths and obtaining accurate cells.
Project Management System – C# CSUN August 2018 – December 2018
• Determined an estimate for the overall effort required and duration to complete the project.
• Created a request of proposal by estimating cost, scheduling, and creating storyboards of requirements.
• Designed high-level design, GUI prototypes, and detailed designs using agile methodologies.
• Implemented our design to develop classes, methods, and tables into a functional project management system.
RISC-Y Processor – System Verilog CSUN January 2018- May 2018
• Modeled smaller components that would be implemented into the RISC-Y processor which included an 8-bit register, scalable MUX, scalable register files, 8-bit ALU, and sequence controller.
• Implemented modules to create a RISC-Y processor which could function as a microcontroller.
• Tested the processor by programming it to perform a series of tasks: fetching instructions, decoding instructions, performing ALU operations, storing results, and repeating. WORK EXPERIENCE
Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Lab Assistant CSUN January 2019- Present
• Assisted the instructor with the responsibilities of ensuring all students were actively engaged in experimental procedures and understood critical concepts.
• Presented software tutorials to introduce students to simulation SKILLS
Software: Microsoft Office, PSpice, Keil μVision, Quartus Prime, Simulink, Synopsys VCS, Xilinx Vivado Programming & HDL: Java, Matlab, ARM Assembly, System Verilog, VHDL, C, C# Technical: Circuit Assembly, Oscilloscope, Digital Multimeter, Spectrum Analyzer, Digital Design, FPGA programming, Hardware verification, RTL coding, test bench development