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Electrical Engineering Design

Oakland, CA
April 29, 2016

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Filip Iliev

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Electrical Engineering Professional

Accomplished and detail-oriented engineer. A demonstrated ability to attain results. Design skills in hardware and software. Well-educated and well-trained in the science and methods of electrical engineering. Intimate knowledge of engineering research, system design, and project management.


Power Electronics Design

Hardware Engineering

Design Programs (Cadence, OrCad, AutoCAD, etc.)

PCB Design

Digital IC Circuit and Layout Design

High Frequency Circuit Design

Soldering and Assembly

Analog/Digital Circuit Design

Scientific Algorithms

Programming Languages(C, C++, Java, Web Development etc.)

Professional Experience

Los Alamos National Laboratory 2015-Present

Graduate Research Assistant

Serves in theoretical division and applied math field on research for non-negative matrix factorization (NMF) application in signal processing and hydrological studies

Studying current research and knowledge of NFM science and applications

Wrote scientific algorithms and optimize existing code for efficiency

Seeking to publish results in peer-reviewed scientific journals

Maxus Instrument 2012-2014

Junior Design Engineer

Collaborated on the design and schematics of multiple electrical engineering projects, such as solid state relay, high-voltage power supply, and low noise amplifiers

Conducted Spice simulations

Constructed and tested prototype products

Maxus Instrument 2008-2009


Aided in mechanical design

Responsible for final product assembly and testing

Academic Experience

University of California, Santa Cruz 2014-2015

Graduate Research Assistant, Pedrotti Research Group

Researched Novel PLL implementation

Designed analog circuits and PCBs

Executed Spice simulations

Implemented design with discrete components

Performed prototyping and testing

University of California, Los Angeles 2012

Research Assistant, Ozcan Research Group

Altered photography equipment to be redeployed as microscopes

Supervised a small team to perform modifications in design and construction

Crafted unique prototype systems

Managed a team of research assistants


Master of Science, Electrical Engineering, University of California, Santa Cruz, 2015

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles, 2012

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