Yuba City, CA

Position Desired

Computer Engineering
Anywhere in the U.S.


To obtain an Entry level position, allowing me to utilize my education and projects experience while gaining valuable work experience in a team oriented environment.
Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Double Major) May 2013
California State University, Chico GPA 3.73/4.0
Relevant Coursework:
Embedded Systems Development Real-Time Embedded Systems Digital Systems Design Introduction to Network Engineering Microprocessor Systems Design Electronics I &II
Control System Design System Architecture and Performance Linear Circuits I &II
Computer Aided Design:
• Altera Quartus II • MS Visio 2007 • OrCAD PSpice • IAR Workbench • Matlab • Eclipse • Logisim
Computer Languages:
• C/C++ • VHDL • Android Programing • MIPS Assembly • SQLite Database
Android Application to Keep Track of Assignments, Tests, Events, and Grades Sept. 2012 - Dec. 2012
 Collaborated with four other group members in the planning, documenting, and designing of an android application.
 Identified and developed an effective android application which reminds students of upcoming assignments, tests, and events such that students can set reminders according to due date or due time.
 Implemented supplementary feature where students can prioritizes their assignment if they are due on same day or same time.
 Developed the database tables using SQLite database to store the student’s information.
Robotic Car Controlled via Touch Screen Remote Controller Sept.2012 – May 2013
 Designed the electronic component layout and user interface panel using EAGLE layout editor.
 Performed power analysis and electronic component selection.
 Performed circuit wiring including micro controller, touch screen lcd, xbee modules, motor drivers, analog distance sensor, and power supplies.
 Developed a detailed experimental test plan.
 Programmed ARM-Cortex M4 Microcontroller using IAR Workbench and C language to initialize in 16-bit Parallel mode, SPI mode, and USART mode.
 Generated Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) signal to drive two dc motors.
 Used on board Analog to Digital...

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