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Electrical Engineer

Rochester Hills, Michigan, 48037, United States
April 07, 2010

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A Position in Automotive Engineering


Resident Engineer for GM/Chrysler 6/2008-2/2009

Robert Bosch, LLC

Plymouth, MI

- Responsible for releasing Park Assist for GMT 172,177 and 651 platforms.

- Write EWO to release changes in Hardware, Software and calibration.

- Present and support changes at CAB.

- Manage, resolve issues and support root cause analysis relating field failure.

- Track Vehicle timings, Track part availability and order parts for IVER, PPV and MVB builds.

- Attend and facilitate PDT meetings and peer reviews.

- Familiar with E Squared, Team center, PRTS and APM.

- Submit Math Data and work with Fascia engineers for optimum placement of Sensors.

- Support bench, vehicle build and validation for GM Ultrasonic Park Assist System.

- Run system validation at bench using CANOE/CANAPE simulation for Ultrasonic Park Assist.

- Familiar with DVP&R, FMEA, DFMEA, 8D, product release, launch and support.

- Support the customer on system functionality.

- Work with paint suppliers in releasing sensor colors.

- Support/ensure electrical connectivity of the ECU and sensors in the vehicle.

- Support packaging of the electrical module and ultrasonic sensors in the vehicle.

Validation Engineer II 7/2007-6/2008

Sumitomo Electric Wiring Systems, DTC

Northville, MI

- Develop and Lead Validation testing on Body ECU.

- Train Technicians to Perform EMI/EMC Testing (Temcell, BCI and Emission Testing).

- Set up and Run Vibration, Power Temperature Cycling, Thermal Shock, Temperature-Humidity Cycling, Condensation and other NVH testing.

- Perform testing such as ESD, Noise Resistance, Input Voltage Detection, Over-Voltage, Voltage Variation, Instantaneous Power Supply Startup testing, etc.

- General Characteristics Testing using Automation.

- Develop Automation systems in collaboration with Hardware Design Group.

- Train and supervise Technicians to perform testing.

- Create Validation/Testing schedules for different events Such as DV, PV and submit final reports to customer for such events.

- Perform Root Cause Analysis, come up with Counter-measures, and report findings to customer.

- Work on improvement activities such as Kaizen, 5P (5 principles of problem solving) for Root Cause analysis

- Write work instructions on operation of equipments and testing processes.

- Present Validation Schedules at customer site.

- Interact with customer to review spec and finalize test requirements

- Update customer with progress report through out the project and communicate issues relating to the project.

Test Engineer,

Dolphin Medical Inc 2/2001 - 11/2006

Hawthorne, CA

- New product development and product validation/verification.

- Involved in the total product life cycle.

- Involved in building prototypes and setting test requirements.

- Involved in manufacturing integration and production support thereafter.

- Design and maintain test equipment and systems for production testing of opto-electronic devices used in medical products such as pulse oximetry probes.

- Develop test packages for use in production. Responsibilities included analyzing and evaluating production requirements for new or modified test equipment methods, processes and procedures.

- Develop and debug functional diagnostic test programs for production boards.

- Generate and maintain production test procedures and test specifications.

- Work with Quality Engineer to sustain quality and improve yields (through failure and root cause analysis) and generate corrective action.

Hardware Engineer, Moore Industries 6/2000 – 2/2001

Sepulveda, CA

- Performed analog Electronics Devices Design and Testing, such as pressure and temperature transmitters.

- Power supply design and testing.

- Worked with temperature transmitters, isolators, loop powered devices and four-wire devices.


Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, Cum Laude

California State University Long Beach, May 1999

Major GPA: 3.65


• President’s Honor Role

• Selected into Golden Key National Honor Society

• Selected into National Dean’s List


• Application Programming: C, C++, Assembly (Intel x86 and TI DSP C54x), FORTRAN & Pascal.

• Environment and Operating System Knowledge: UNIX, Windows and DOS.

• Software Package Knowledge: Word, Excel, Power Point, Lotus Notes, PSPICE, ORCAD, Matlab, LabView and Electronic Workbench.


RF Design Projects:

• Knowledge of PCM, AMPS, TDMA & CDMA Systems

• Concept of Frequency Re-use, Handoff Mechanism, Reduction of Co-Channel Interference & Antenna Theory.

• Elements of cellular Mobile Radio Systems based on Co-Channel Interference Reduction(C/I), Directional & Omni-directional Antennas, Handoffs & cell splitting.

FIR and IIR Filter Design:

• Design of Digital Signal Processing Systems in Real Time.

• Design and Implementation of Digital Filters (FIR and IIR Filters) in real time.

• Simulation of TI DSP chip C54x using C and Assembly codes.

• Using Digital Filter Design software to display characteristics of filter outputs.

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