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Electrical Engineering Design

Location:
Los Angeles, CA
Posted:
June 09, 2019

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Dilshan Diunugala

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Profile

Electrical Engineering major with 3+ years programming experience of micro-controllers, FPGA's, and DSP's. Experienced with ECAD software, scopes/generators, and the Linux environment. Primarily interested in a DSP or embedded systems entry role, but open to other opportunities. Education

Electrical Engineering 09/2015 – 06/2019

University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles, USA GPA: 2.86/4.0

Skills

Coding: C/C++, Python, Verilog, HTML, CSS, Course experience w/ x86 Assembly and MIPS ISA Applications: Autodesk EAGLE, MATLAB Signal Processing and DL Toolboxes, Xilinx ISE, Git OS: Windows, Linux

Projects

Vowel Recognition 01/2019 – 03/2019

Digital Signal Processing Design - ECE 113DA/DB

Successfully extracted Mel Frequencies features from voice input and trained a one-layer ANN model to determine weights using MATLAB's Deep Learning Toolbox Implemented an artificial neural network architecture onto DSP board with the ability to classify six unique monophthongs with >97% recognition accuracy

Micromouse 10/2017 – 06/2018

UCLA IEEE Branch

Integral part of a multidisciplinary team that designed a rover with multiple feedback control mechanisms capable of solving complex mazes

Utilized Autodesk's ECAD software to efficiently design the multi-layer PCB with over 30 components Excelled in cost-effective decisions by thoroughly researching components and preparing BOM lists Advanced Projects 10/2016 – 06/2017

UCLA IEEE Branch

Designed an RC quadcopter capable of hovering with stabilization through gyro + accelerometer feedback Designed a wireless custom computer mouse utilizing Arduino's SPI library and through extensive use of the NRF24L01 Transceiver module

Introduced to the structure and implementation of 3 different protocols UART. I2C, SPI Open Project Space 09/2015 – 06/2016

UCLA IEEE Branch

Fake Micromouse – Arduino rover that implemented PID controller in Object Oriented C++ to autonomously navigate a simple maze

V.E.G.A.S. – A single player game that blinked three RGB LED’s randomly and correctly checked if the user input the same sequence

Coursework

Completed or IP

Digital Signal Processing Design Algorithms and Complexity Data Structures Computer Systems Architecture Image and Speech Processing Applied Numerical Computing Intro to Machine Learning



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