With almost three and half years of hands on circuits experience through practice, internships, personal, and academic handheld projects, computer simulations, and designing application.
This experience and knowledge will be asset to any team projects as a valued team member.
In particular, I have experience in application engineering, and experienced on design tools such as VISIO and toolkit.
Through the academic year, I have learned embedded computer system (Micro-controller) using a mix of C languages, which implemented buses for I/O design and standard bus timing and interface familiarity of RTOS, ARM Cortex M4, M3 and Harvard architecture, in-circuit simulator, Logic Analyzer, Peripherals, ADC and DAC, Functions.
Projects that use ARM Cortex M4 (TM4C123), Arduino micro-controller such as Tuning Fork using Interrupts, Functional Debugging using SysTick Timer, Switch (LED Interface), Pacemaker, Branching Functional delays demonstrate acquisition of relevant knowledge.
I have also gained knowledge on VHDL through academic and hands-on laboratory practice.
For the RF and Microwave Circuits class, I designed RF Low-pass and Band-pass filters as a final project, which eventually was selected by the professor for class demonstration.
I have also acquired deep knowledge of switching and power electronics through the design procedure of a traction drive system for an electric car for my Integrated Power Electronics class.
My professional experience in two internships with Bird Technologies has allowed me to develop vital work experience, networking, and collaboration skills with team members and troubleshooting knowledge that can be useful in a future career.
Additionally, my experience with various projects relates to battery back-up power systems.
My colleagues judge me as a hard worker, quick learner, a good team player, as well as an active coordinator.
I can work under any pressure and I am capable of problem-solving.