About me

As a graduate in Aerospace Engineering Science with a minor in Computer Science, I am excited to begin my career in the field of mechanical/manufacturing engineering. My passion for engineering and technology, combined with my hands-on experience in designing, building, and testing complex systems, make me a strong candidate for a variety of mechanical/manufacturing roles.

My academic background has provided me with a strong foundation in mechanical principles, as well as experience in various aspects of the design process. Additionally, my minor in computer science has equipped me with skills in software development, data structure, and simulation tools, which I believe will be valuable in any modern manufacturing role.

During my studies, I had the opportunity to complete a capstone project where I worked with a team to develop sensing and feedback-controlled movement for a partially-automated robotic system to monitor and grasp produce residing within a plant. I was responsible for designing a sensor mount using SolidWorks and manufacturing it using a 3D printer. This experience provided me with hands-on experience in manufacturing and designing, as well as developed my problem-solving, leadership, and communication skills.

In addition, I have experience working with 3D modeling using SolidWorks and Finite Element Analysis. During my professional experience, I created 3D model of a drone and conducted Finite Element Analysis for components in a new product development project. This experience allowed me to develop a keen eye for detail, and a thorough understanding of the design process to ensure project success.

I’m open-minded, flexible, and love to learn new skills. I enjoy watching movies in my spare time, especially MCU movies since I like anything super-heroes related.

If you’re looking for a creative and technically skilled mechanical/manufacturing engineer with experience in the design process, I would welcome the opportunity to connect and explore potential opportunities.

Work Experience

Mechanical Engineer
Algorizin 2022-05-01 - 2023-08-02 - Designed and modeled a fixed-wing VTOL drone for Skywarp Aeronautics, which combines the advantages of a vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) drone without a runway and a fixed-wing drone with longer endurance without needing to recharge - Utilized SolidWorks 3D modeling to create a complex aerodynamic surface and airfoils that improved lift efficiency by more than 5% and generated 2D drawings - Evaluated and analyzed the drone's structural integrity with finite element analysis (FEA) in SolidWorks Simulation, and rendered the model with SolidWorks Visualize - Collaborated with product owners and stakeholders using agile methodology, and project management tools such as ClickUp, to deliver work in a timely manner - Developed technical documentation for Skywarp to represent the drone in their engineering proposal - Applied design for manufacturing (DFM) and design for assembly (DFA) techniques to optimize the drone for manufacturability
Mechanical Team Lead (Senior Project)
University of Colorado, Boulder 2021-09-01 - 2022-05-01 Astro-Robotic Garden Harvester (ARGH) is an automated garden fruit harvesting system. The project’s sponsor, Sierra Space, is developing modernized space stations for commercial use. There are many tasks to be completed aboard a space station, and it is Sierra Space's goal to relieve the station’s crew and visitors of menial tasking via the integration of automated robotics systems. ARGH demonstrates the technological baseline for such a system by remotely analyzing a modular garden environment, identifying garden fruits that are ready for harvest, and then harvesting and storing the ripe fruit. - Collaborated with a group of 12 students to use object recognition MaskRCNN algorithm to detect ripe tomatoes, then employed robotic arm UR10e with end-effector gripper 2F-85 to harvest them - Leveraged Intel RealSense D435 sensor to determine the XYZ 3D coordinates of the tomatoes - Designed and produced a sensor mount to move the sensor along the track for clearer views of the tomatoes using SolidWorks CAD, then conducted tests to check the accuracy and precision of the sensor - Utilized technical writing skills using LaTex to clearly and concisely communicate complex information in the report - Delivered multiple presentations to showcase the project's progress to faculty and peers


B.S,Aerospace Engineering Science
University of Colorado 2018-08-01 - 2022-05-01 Computer Science Minor
A.S,Aeronautical Engineering
Whatcom Community College 2016-07-01 - 2018-06-01
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