Ellsworth, ME

Position Desired

Systems Engineering
Anywhere in the U.S.



Aspire to be part of a team to work on and complete projects, meeting requirements and performing at a high quality level.

Team Oriented  Strong Work Ethic  Diverse Engineer  Systematic Problem Solving

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 2006-2012

Bachelors of Science Engineering Physics
Emphasizes space systems engineering and space science with coursework relating to many different engineering and physics fields.

Work Experience:
Maine Department of Transportation - June 2014 –
Assistant Technician
 Perform quality testing on HMA samples as required by the SOP
 Log in samples daily into TIMS

RSU 24 – October 2013 – April 2014
Substitute Teacher

Elscott Manufacturing, LLC – March 2013 – August 2013
Engineer and Quality Assurance
 Reviewed electrical and mechanical drawings for potential customers
 Reviewed testing requirements required by customers
 Updated weekly budgets on jobs being worked on

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Feb 2009 – May 2012
Shipping Clerk
 Packaged and shipped products
 Worked a minimum of 20 hours per week

Relevant Coursework:
Senior Design I & II
Design class to gain hands-on experience in theorizing and building an optical engineering device.
 Czerny-Turner Spectrograph design
Engineering Electricity and Magnetism
Study of electromagnetic waves and engineering aspects of E&M
 Boundary layer problems.
Electro-optical Engineering
Study of different optical devices to enhance the ability to observe light from space.
 Czerny-Turner Spectrograph
 Michelson Interferometer
 Quantum Efficiency
 Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Space Physics
Study of the space environment between the Sun and Earth
 Sun’s environment
 Earth’s upper and lower atmosphere
 Magnetosphere
 Orbital environment
Micro Processors and Electronic Instruments
Study of electrical engineering and programming micro processors
 Cube-sat project
 Assembly of Circuit Boards
 Programming Microprocessors

Plasma Physics and Engineering
Study of particles and how they react in EM fields
 Single particle motion in uniform and non-uniform EM fields
 Waves in plasma
 Magnetohydrodynamics
Aerospace Materials
Study of materials in aerospace industry and methods of increasing strength of materials.
 Stress-Strain diagram
Space Systems Engineering
Study of subsystems and how to optimize missions based on the purpose of the mission.
 Introduction of subsystems
 Space Environment
Electrical Engineering Labs
Hands on experience on small volume circuit boards, re...

Login or Register to view the full resume.