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Engineer Mechanical

Boulder, Colorado, United States
January 17, 2017

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• Self-motivated, dynamic, and results-driven engineering student with an internship experience as an engineer as well as project involvement in high-technology government and international development sectors.

- Excellent real-world application of academic engineering principles that benefited a disabled student in navigating through access points of locker facilities.

- Proven leadership abilities in extra-curricular involvement in engineering clubs and teams.

- Detail-oriented, analytical and methodical with critical thinking to resolve engineering issues even under stress.

• Well-organized and resourceful with multitasking skills that optimize limited resources to achieve outstanding results.

• Strong people management and interpersonal communication skills that foster teamwork synergies with colleagues in achieving shared commitments.


Full-Cycle Project Management

• Systems/Business Needs Analysis

• Scoping & SOW Development

• Project Budget Administration

• Development & Prototyping


• Apps: MatLAB, LabVIEW,


• Productivity Tools: MS Office

(Word, & Excel)

• Design Tools: SolidWorks,


• Hardware: Lathe, Mill, 3D Printer,

Band Saw, Scroll Saw, Table Saw,

MIG Welding, Plastic Welding


URBAN TILL • CHICAGO, IL Engineer Intern May – Aug 2016

• Designed, constructed, tested, and presented to the R&D team a prototype of a slow flow rate micro herb growing system using recycled materials that reduced overall system costs and waste.

• Interacted with engineers in initiating design changes for improved productivity, researching urban farming sciences to improve deep water culture growing.


Dual Centrifuge Testing System Aug 2016 – Present

Serve as a Manufacturing Engineer in developing manufacturing plans and collaborating with CAD, Systems/Test Engineers in designing, fabricating, and engineering a dual centrifuge testing system for Los Alamos National Laboratory, currently finalizing a SolidWorks model and sensors for data acquisition. Data Acquisition on a Rear Mountain Bike Air Shock Aug 2016 - Present Conducted measurement studies on the linear displacement of a rear mountain bike shock for the Data Analysis Measurements class. Connected a Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) sensor to a National Instruments Data Acquisition (DAQ) and LabVIEW system to measure the bike’s responses to different weight values to confirm that an air bike shock represented a classic spring-damper-mass system. Drill Powered Vehicle Jan – May 2016

Engineered a drill powered vehicle weighing less than 50 pounds on a $200 budget for an endurance race, collaborating with 5 engineers in the design cycle using professional SolidWorks drawing techniques, employer presentations and team interaction. Calculated failure points and regulated the assembly of the vehicle. Water Systems Remodeling Jan 15 – Aug 2016

Remodeled a water catchment, treatment, and transportation system for a new school in Godak, Nepal, producing several AutoCAD design options with corresponding survey data, and conducting structural analysis, modeling reinforced concrete water filter tanks.

Independent Use Locker Aug – Dec 2013

Engineered an electromechanical system for a student with joint deformities to independently open and close her school locker, using an Arduino Uno circuit board that controlled a button pad, and motor that enabled the student to enter a passcode with her nose to activate the servo/motor to utilize her locker door. EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, GPA: 3.124, UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO • Boulder, CO (Expected: 2017) Scholastic Leadership Involvement

• Project Leader: T.E.A.M.S Club, Lafayette, CO (Jan – May 2015)

• Social Media Director: The CU Ski and Snowboard Club, Boulder, CO (2013 – 2015)

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