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Mechanical Engineering Project

Boulder, Colorado, United States
January 13, 2017

Contact this candidate Trevor Roberts **** Spruce St. Apt 6

856-***-**** Boulder, CO, 80302 Objective:

Ambitious, young engineer with project experience seeking an entry-level position in the manufacturing industry. I am a strong team leader with management, logistics and technical design experience. Relevant Experience

Project Lead, Design Center Colorado 2015 - 2016

Mitigating Bearing Failure Through Automation

Designed an autonomous system to reduce waste, rework and costs for an industry client

• Increased assembly efficiency through automation of industrial processes

• Gained ability to scope and design unique electromechanical subsystems within an automated fixture

• Increased skills in 3D modeling and 2D technical design drawings with SolidWorks

• Designed and manufactured over 30 integrated custom components with tolerances as tight as .0001”

• Management and leadership skills on a team with multiple engineering disciplines and age groups

• Maintained team unity and project vision throughout entirety of strict project deadlines

• Received the Distinction of Design award at the 2016 ME Design Expo Balfour Beatty Infrastructure Inc., Denver, CO 2014 Engineering Intern - The University of Colorado A Line Train A 6.5 billion dollar, 122 mile transit expansion project that was completed in early 2016

• Communicated with multiple business divisions and personnel across a large company

• Gained experience multi-tasking and balancing workload while working for multiple senior engineers

• Coordinated the organization and confirmation of product specification and standards compliance

• Developed logistical skills including BOM, budget allocation, and technical documentation Education

Bachelor of Science, University of Colorado Boulder December 2016 Major: Mechanical Engineering, Minor: Energy

Cumulative GPA: 3.70/4.00

Other Engineering Projects

TESLa – Turbulence and Energy Systems Laboratory, CU Boulder 2015 Advisor: Dr. Peter Hamlington

A computational fluid dynamics research project with the goal of studying the effects of offshore wind turbines on surrounding ocean waves

• Gained programming skills through the development of MATLAB scripts

• Applied technical principles to develop turbulent atmospheric boundary simulations

• Created and delivered a presentation for the 2015 Fluid Mechanics Research Symposium (RMFMRS)

• Wrote proposal and received funding from CU Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) Skills

Non-Technical: Scheduling, Project Management, Team Leadership Software: SolidWorks Certified, MATLAB, LabVIEW, LaTex, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint Arduino, ParaView, OpenFOAM, Mathematica, Engineering Equation Solver Co-Curricular Activities

Volunteering: Student Worker Alliance Program 2013-2015 Wildlands Restoration Volunteers (WRV) 2012-Present Clubs: Hiking Club 2012-Present

Blues Dance Club 2013-Present

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