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Data Analyst Engineering

Dayton, OH
April 22, 2021

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Iván Arnaldo Sánchez *** Water St., Dayton, OH ***03 Willing to Relocate

*** – 991 – 9962


The University of Dayton, Dayton, OH 2020

B. S. Industrial Engineering Technology

Magna Cum Laude

Major GPA: 3.85


Applications: AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Simio, Minitab Programming: Python, VBA, MATLAB

Languages: Spanish and English

Interdisciplinary courses: Statistical Process Control, Quality Improvement, Data Analyst, Project Management, Process simulation, Supply Chain Operation, Lean Management & Six Sigma Soft Skills: Public Speaking, Leadership, Interdisciplinary Team Building EXPERIENCE

Capstone Dayton Foodbank Project, Dayton, OH August 2020 – December 2020

Led a team of three engineers to design a rainwater catchment and distribution system to reduce cost by eliminating the use of city water and providing a sustainable and efficient rainwater irrigation system.

Designed the entire prototype from the tube system to the storage system through a CAD model in Solidworks.

Conducted a material science analysis to choose the correct materials that would withstand fracture and reduce overall system costs by conducting a fluids simulation to select the correct pump, and an FEA analysis to confirm the materials chosen.

Tested the system design by conducting a simulation of the prototype collecting rainwater data and using a similar tank to test its effectiveness collecting rainwater to irrigate the Dayton Foodbank garden and food supply correctly. The project was standardized and the analysis report with the BOM was given to the institution for implementation due to the pandemic.

Human Factors Engineering Project, Dayton, OH August 2019 – December 2019

Led team of two engineers to redesign customer interfaces for washing machines to reduce human error and increase usability for on campus University of Dayton students.

Designed washing machine panel with results collected from decision matrices and surveys from statistical models created from data collected from student in-person surveys.

Proposed three interface panel layouts where only five commands were available to consumers and designed symbols after analyzing human factor errors from the preliminary surveys.

Final prototype was tested and confirmed with human subjects where it was implemented due to significant statistical data indicating it was a favorable and a significantly more efficient design. Solidworks Steering Wheel and Axle Design, Dayton, OH August 2018 – December 2018

Led team of three engineers to design, model, and prototype the body, wheels, sit and steering system of the Dayton Derby Car using Solidworks.

Analyzed rotation capabilities and efficiencies for the steering system using different analytical models and trial and error physical tests.

Completed 3D construction of car where model proved to be successful due to statistical data confirming mobility capabilities and usability.


Balanced a 30+ hour practice, training, competition, and travel schedule while maintaining excellent academic standing and developing my leadership and communication skills.

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