Aspiring and self-starting Mechanical Engineering graduate with experience in team organization, technical documentation, and algorithm development. Successfully applied engineering to projects involving failure analysis and meeting specified engineering constraints. Demonstrated engineering and mathematical knowledge by passing the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam and am currently awaiting certification as an Engineer in Training by the CA Board of Professional Engineers. Verbal and written communication
Team organizing and prioritizing
Ability to work independently and in cross-
Digital manufacturing software
Technical writing and documentation
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.)
NASA BuddyBot Designer, 09/2017 to 03/2018
University of California Riverside – Riverside, CA Collaborated with three other engineers to design and prototype an autonomous companion for NASA astronauts during extravehicular missions.
Monitored social media and online sources for industry trends, using that information to draft a theoretical design of the robot.
Successfully developed an algorithm allowing the physical robot prototype to interface with a smartphone Bluetooth app and retrace a predetermined path. Extensively documented team discussions, design constraints, test results, and component prices, keeping the team constantly organized and updated. Devoted special emphasis to punctuality and worked to maintain outstanding attendance record, consistently arriving to work ready to start immediately, allowing the team to meet the project's goals within the allotted time limit.
Truss Designer, 04/2017 to 06/2017
University of California Riverside – Riverside, CA Designed a model truss bridge within specified dimension and strength constraints. Created, printed and modified drawings in AutoCAD. Crafted detailed drawings that met customer requirements for structures using polyurethane. Organized team supplies, mathematical calculations, and 3D models and simulations. Successfully conducted a failure analysis of the model, pinpointing failure location, method, and weight.
Airfoil Designer, 01/2017 to 03/2017
University of California Riverside – Riverside, CA Drafted and designed an airfoil using 3D digital modeling software (Solidworks) and successfully simulated airflow around design. Modified initial design and successfully reduced drag coefficient by ten percent.
Bachelor of Science: Mechanical Engineering, 2018
University of California, Riverside - Riverside, CA