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Mississauga, ON, Canada
February 29, 2020

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Fares Soliman

Phone: 647-***-****

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Technical Skills

Languages: C, C++, Python, Java, React.js, MATLAB, HTML, CSS, SQL, Verilog

Programs and OSs: MS Office, MS VS, Pycharm, CLion, Arduino IDE, Linux, Windows, macOS, Git, Quartus, NI Labview


University of Toronto, St. George Campus 2018 – Present

nBachelor of Applied Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering

nRelevant Courses: Computer Fundamentals (Using C), Programming Fundamentals (Using C++), Digital Systems (Verilog)


Avionics Engineer, University of Toronto Aerospace Team September 2018 – Present

nCollaborated with a subdivision of 3 members to fully construct a functional ground station and avionics bay within 1 year

nDesigned and implemented a graphics user interface to control a fill system with 9 individual gas lines using Qt and C++, which cut valve actuation duration by 20 times

nConstructed a CPE network to remote to the ground station with 0.5 seconds of lag from 500 meters away

nMentored new members and assisted in improving their technical and social skills through outreach events and design-a-thons

Personal Projects

Pokémon Battle 2019

nDesigned a Pokémon battle simulator using the DE1-SOC FPGA and Verilog

nCoordinated graphics that occupied 60% of the board memory to be read from ROM at carefully determined clock cycles

nIntegrated a randomizer for attacks to have slight chances to miss or inflict a critical hit in collaboration with my partner

TransSnooze 2019

nDeveloped an Android GPS alarm clock for the use of commuters who wish to be woken once they arrive at their stop

nImplemented geofencing technology to sound an alarm in a desired location with ~1 meter of accuracy

nCoded in Java using the Google Maps, Places, and Geofencing APIs

Roblow 2019

nCreated a fully autonomous, full-sized snowblower that can plow a standard driveway in under 8 minutes

nUtilized 2 ultrasonic sensors to guide its path, constructed using wheelchair motors and an electric snowblower

nCoded with C++ using an Arduino microcontroller

HouseScrape 2018

nProduced a computer application that scrapes online house listings for essential information, such as number of bathrooms, number of bedrooms, square footage, and price, and outputs it to an Excel file

nTested to be 52x faster than typing the information manually

nObtains information with Regex, coded with Python, and the GUI is implemented through Tkinter

Accomplishments and Additional Experience

nUniversity of Toronto Engineering Competition – Senior Design Finalist 2020

n1st Place in School-wide Business Pitch Competition (Prize of $500 and $1000 investment) 2017

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