Hee Jin

Ann Arbor, MI

Position Desired

Systems Engineering
Anywhere in the U.S.


• Strong understanding integration of lithium-ion battery and (hybrid) electric vehicle powertrain systems
• Extensive experiences in academic research in University of Michigan and regulation research in US EPA
• Highly motivated, interdisciplinary disciplined and resourceful. Interact productively with people, from diverse backgrounds. Perform quality work and complete it on time
• Fluency in English, Korean (Native proficiency), Japanese (Limited working proficiency)
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor - Ann Arbor, MI April, 2012
M. Eng in Energy system Engineering
Relevant Course: Battery Systems and Control, Energy Generation & Storage, Auto control, Design Digital Control System, Hybrid Vehicle Modeling, Analysis, &Control, Advanced Solutions, Integration Vehicle System Design, Energy System Project
Soongsil University - Seoul, South Korea Feb, 2008
B.S in Physics, Magna Cum Laude
Relevant Coursework: Solid State Physics, Electromagnetics, Electronic Physics, Electronic Physics Lab,
Electromagnetics Lab, Introduction to Subject-Matter Study
Energy Storage and Material Simulation Lab - Ann Arbor, MI May 2011~ Present
Material Simulation Researcher
- Project Goal:
The development of an accurate structural model of Li7La3Zr2O12 (LLZO)
Understanding and improving ionic conductivity in LLZO-based electrolytes to charge/discharge Li-ion battery
• Found the lowest-energy structures adopt an occupancy and distribution of Li sites consistent with the structure predicted by neutron diffraction through Density Function Theory
• Analyzed the positions of Li-ions hoping around the unit cell of LLZO and the bader charge of atoms for Monte Carlo calculation to understand forces acting on LLZO
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Office of Transportation & Air Quality - Ann Arbor, MI
CAE/GUI program designer Sep, 2011~ April, 2012
• Designed and developed Matlab/Simulink-based vehicle simulation tool, “Smartway Program”
• Analyzed parameters of the previous Heavy-Duty vehicle simulation model, “Greenhouse Gas Emission Model (GEM)”
• Modified GEM-GUI models of powertrain/drivetrain for OEMs to customize vehicle simulation parameters<...

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