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EDUCATION University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia Aug 2015 – Jun 2019
■ B.S. Mechanical Engineering
■ Technology Leaders Program - Multidisciplinary, group-based, experiential learning projects designing, building, and testing web-interfacing systems, e.g., home security systems, delivery robot systems, with the goal of developing engineers that are capable of working in diverse groups with engineers from other disciplines and that have a working proficiency in the following domains:
● Microcontroller programming (Arduino)
● RF and wireless communication
● Sensor networks
● Actuator control
● Controller design
● System modeling and simulation (MATLAB, Python)
● Database management (MySQL)
■ Thermal Systems Analysis - Applied thermodynamic theory to thermal systems like rocket engines and gas-fired power plants and modeled the performance of several such systems using MATLAB.
■ Spacecraft Design Capstone - Collaborated on the design of a 3UCubeSatandCONOPSforamission to gather data on atmospheric pollutants in cities.
● Communications subsystem - Designed a satellite configuration to achieve the requisite transmission rates for both scientific and housekeeping data.
■ Introduction to Automatic Controls - Designed, built, and tested a control system for the angle of a rotating horizontal beam to apply theories of closed-loop stability and gain experience modeling systems in Simulink.
Pine View School for the Gifted, Osprey, Florida Aug 2011 – May 2015
EXPERIENCE Full-time employment at Rotary Manufacturing, North Port, Florida Jun 2016 – Sep 2016
■ Worked in the shop of a newly-established manufacturing company building lined mag-drive pumps, tanks, and fittings.
■ Assisted with machining, welding, and rotational moulding of parts, along with general labor.
■ Supervisor: Brian Ward (B.S. Mechanical Engineering - Illinois Institute of Technology) Researcher in capillary micromechatronics, University of Virginia Sep 2015 – Jun 2018
■ Project: Influence of chemical fluid composition on contact angle saturation for application in capillary action microactuators
■ Supervisor: Dr. Carl Knospe (B.S., PhD Mechanical Engineering - University of Virginia)
■ Responsible for data collection, analysis, and regular presentation of findings to the research group. PROGRAMMING
C/C++, Python, PHP
SOFTWARE MATLAB, Simulink, Autodesk Inventor Pro, Excel, Mathematica TECHNICAL
CAD, arc-welding, soldering electronics, CNC milling, lathe operation LANGUAGES ■ English: Native language.
■ Russian: Fluent