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Engineer Engineering

Arlington, Texas, United States
October 18, 2016

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Ameer A. Memon

*** ******* *** ***. **, Arlington Texas 76010 • 682-***-**** • Education

Master of Science in Material Science and Engineering, GPA: 3.75/4.0 Dec 2016 University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, Texas

Bachelor of Technology in Metallurgy and Material Science Engineering, CGPA: 7.5/10.0 May 2014 College of Engineering Pune (COEP) Pune, India

Technical Skills

Materials Characterization: Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), X-ray diffraction (XRD), Energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), FTIR, Micro-hardness, Nano-indentation, Profilometry, Universal Testing Machine (UTM), Thermo- gravimetric analyzer (TGA), Micrographic image, Optical Microscope, Brinell hardness tester, Rockwell hardness tester, Hot mounting, Cold mounting, Cutting, Grinding, Polishing. Thin Film Deposition: 1 year of working experience in Magnetron Sputtering Deposition using different power supplies on Substrate and Target

Failure Analysis and Reliability Engineering: Fracture mechanics, failure by corrosion, interface reaction and diffusion process, statistical analysis, Failure Modes Effect Analysis (FMEA), DOE, Root Cause Analysis, Statistical Controls Charts. Software Tools: MS Excel, MS Word, MS PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, AutoCAD 2D, AutoCAD 3D Programming Languages: C, C++

Candidate: Six Sigma

Working Experience

JK Files (India.) Ltd. Summer Intern May 2012-Jun 2012

Assisting the Quality Engineer in Quality Assurance Lab to maintain the Quality of files and tools

Assist the Engineer to decide the Heat treatment cycle for the Spheroidising to gain sufficient machinability in material for further processing

Analyzing Decarburization layer thickness using optical microscope and hardness using Rockwell Hardness tester of Annealed files and tools to decide the lot should send for further processing or not.

Increase Machinability of files and tools keeping the hardness same for the further processing University of Texas at Arlington Graduate Research Assistant Sep 2015-Mar 2016

Worked with Visiting Research Candidate under guidance of Dr. Meletis (Department chair and Professor) on Thin Film Deposition

Successful deposition of Diamond Like Carbon (DLC) film on Si wafer using Magnetron Sputtering.

Evaluation of film thickness and roughness of Diamond Like Carbon films using Profilometer.

Analyzing the Chemical Composition using EDX attachment in SEM of Diamond Like Carbon films.

Hardness testing of the film using Micro-hardness tester and Nano-indentation. Certifications

AMCAT Certified Engineering Trainee - Metallurgical Engineering Aspiring Minds, License 879210-180 September 2014

AMCAT Certified Software Development Trainee

Aspiring Minds, License 879210-166 September 2014

Research Projects

Deposition of Ti and W doped DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) film on Si for wear improvement Sep 2015- On going

Successful deposition of Ti and W doped Diamond Like Carbon (DLC) film on Si wafer using Magnetron Sputtering

(DC on substrate and RF on target)

Analysis of Roughness and film thickness using Profilometer of DLC Films, characterization of Chemical Composition using EDX attachment in SEM of DLC films.

Increase in tribological properties of Ti and W doped Diamond Like Carbon Films has been observed. Powder metallurgy of non-ferrous alloys; role of ECAP Sep 2013-May 2014

Study of various SPD (Severe Plastic Deformation) techniques and conventional powder metallurgy route (i.e. Compaction and Sintering) for Al-based material.

Optical microscopy, Microhardness and XRD were used to analyze different properties of material

Achieved better strength of material processed by ECAP than conventional powder metallurgy route. Academic Honors

Recipient of “Materials Science & Engineering departmental scholarship" for academic year 2015 and 2016

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