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Electrical Engineer - Hardware and software enthusiast - Graduate Student


About Me


    Stony Brook University, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Stony Brook, NY, USA

    Master of Science in Electrical Engineering [GPA: 4.00/4.00] May 2018

    Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering (Honors Program) [GPA: 3.85/4.00] May 2017

    Minor: Physics Dean's List: Fall 2013 - May 2017


    Integrated Fiber Optics Systems, Inc Setauket, NY

    Product Design and Development Engineer Winter 2016 - Present

    • Designed embedded systems to control and operate dual lasers for effective cataract diagnosis.

    • Developed Laser power supply systems and Thermoelectric cooling systems to deliver and regulate the laser output power.

    • Created control software based in both Python and in MATLAB for the implemented design as well as for XYZ stage control.

    • Constructed user-friendly GUIs for front-end control of the ophthalmological diagnostic system.

    • Coding and monitoring sensors outputs using UART, SPI and I2C communication protocols.

    • Prototype stage design verification and debugging of both hardware and software

    Brookhaven National Lab Upton, NY

    Engineering Intern Summer 2016

    • Wrote program to control level probes and flow meters to maintain liquid helium levels in superconducting magnets.

    • Collected quantitative data using Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA).

    • Developed System to obtain and process data from Strain gauge sensors.

    • Wrote software to test IRCMS cancer research magnet for next generation oncology treatment.

    Brookhaven National Lab Upton, NY

    Engineering Intern Summer 2015

    • Wrote a custom LabVIEW program to analyze data from superconducting magnets for the CERN particle accelerator.

    • Wrote DAQ program for NI PXIe 1075 to collect voltage and current measurements from Magnets.

    • Optimized the user interface to handle millions of data points gathered every instant.

    • Devised a means of assessing magnet quenching and system failure.

    Stony Brook University Stony Brook, NY

    Teaching Assistant, Digital System Design Fall 2014

    • Instructed a classroom of 20 students on designing applications using logic gates.

    • Assisted individual design groups in hardware testing, which included optimization of the hardware-software interface.

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