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Electrical Engineering Engineer

Canton, Michigan, United States
October 08, 2016

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***** ******** **** **. ***. ***, Canton MI-48187 (Cell: 313-***-****) OBJECTIVE

To obtain full time position in the field of Electrical engineering EDUCATION

Master of Science (University of Michigan)

Major: Electrical & Electronics Engineering Fall 2015 to Present GPA: 4.0

Bachelor of Engineering (University of Pune)

Major: Electrical Engineering May 2011


Autosensors and Actuators, Production of Electronic Products, Mathematical Method for Elec. and Computer engineering, Digital Signal Processing, Electrical Aspects of Hybrid vehicle, Analog and Digital Electronics, Control Systems, Electrical Measurements, Micro-controller and Applications TECHNICAL SKILLS

DOORS, MATLAB, Simulink, Pspice, MS Office, electrical machines and testing, electrical failure analysis, CAN Protocols


Continental Automotive System US Dearborn MI

Intern - Electrical Engineer HEV Department May 2016 to Present

Modified electrical parameters for HEV Battery Monitoring System (BMS) hardware module based on customer requirement, using DOORS software

Executed functional, thermal and safety test on BMS using CANape tool

Identified issues on failure BMS boards

Simulation of circuit on Pspice to evaluate performance of circuit

Performed Architectural review of BMS

Performed Failure Mode Effect and Diagnostics Analysis (FMEDA) for BMS

Generated technical reports on issues

Performed Worst case Analysis on component (resistor). University of Michigan Dearborn, MI

Research Assistant January to April, 2016

Conducting literature study and working on publishing paper on photonic sensors

IEEE paper on resonator based optical hydrogen sensor, describing design and simulation of conceptual model of optical hydrogen sensor in Omnisim software Teaching Assistant and Grader September 2015

Course - Electrical Material and devices

Tutor and Grader for undergraduate students

K. K. Wagh College of Engineering and Research (University of Pune affiliation) Assistant Professor, Dec 2012 – Dec 2014

Department of Electrical Engineering

• Courses taught - Basic Electrical Engineering & Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

• Demonstrated labs and assisted students with performance of laboratory tests and experiments of Electrical Machines.

Guru Gobind Singh Polytechnic

Lecturer, Nov 2011 – Dec 2012

Department of Electrical Engineering

Courses taught - Transmission and Distribution systems, Power systems, Basic Electrical Engineering and Switchgear & Protection

Demonstrated labs and assisted students with performance of laboratory testing and experiments of Electrical Machines and Basic Electrical Engineering. PROJECT EXPERIENCE

Simulation model of Battery electric vehicle and MPGe estimation March 2016

MATLAB simulation for battery efficiency in electric vehicle

Calculations based on various torque, motor speed, state of charge, V-I characteristics of battery

Analysis for different road conditions (highway cycle, city cycle) Filter Design for automotive obstacle detection system March 2016

Design of analog and digital filter for automotive safety system

Simulation using MATLAB and Pspice software

Steer by Wire System in SIMULINK December 2015

Designed and developed SBW system in SIMULINK by using actuators and sensors to replace conventional steering followed by DFMEA

Automatic 3-phase Load Changer

Designed & developed a hardware circuit to work electrical equipment on normal voltage, when low voltage is available in any one or two phases.

Used three identical sets of Circuit for each phase consist of transformer, comparator, and transistor and relay to provide correct voltage in same power supply lines. Senior Design Project

Green house Parameter Monitoring and Control Using ZigBee

This project uses ZIGBEE Greenhouse monitoring systems employ PC or SMS-based systems which inform the user about environmental condition inside greenhouse.

Automation of data acquisition process of soil conditions and various climatic parameters that govern plant growth, and allow information to be collected with less labor requirement.

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