Passion goes a long way, and Electrical/Computer engineering is my passion. I enjoy reading EE books outside of compulsory readings in my courses. Although I believe that specialization is a necessity for engineers to drive higher levels of innovation, it shouldn't limit an engineer's knowledge across other streams. I am enthusiastic to develop myself to be such an electrical engineer.
During the fall season of 2017, I participated in Thales' Project Arduino Competition alongside my 2 team member as "Team Marshall". After coming up with an idea related to Thales' main areas of research, our team proceeded to prototype an automated air marshalling robot using an arduino, IR sensors and motors. We then presented and showcased our robot to Thales, paneled by Thales' own professional engineers, where we discussed design, social impacts and our overall pitch. After winning nationals, we are now currently representing Canada to be judged over the summer of 2018.
In Winter 2018 term, my final design project consisted of designing a voltage amplifier using BJTs to meet outlined requirements under strict restrictions. For example, a range was given for the acceptable gain and swing for both loaded and open load. Restrictions were placed on industry E24 series resistance values and power consumption. Results were manually calculated and to be proved through simulations.
I often participate in volunteering events as an instructor for electronics and coding events. Dating back to 2015, in highschool, I volunteered to work with gifted middle school classes using PICAXE under the supervision of my own electronics teacher. Today, I am currently affiliated with Treehouse Learning, who hosts coding events targeting a female audience to promote more women in engineering/technological fields.
- PCB Design (Altium)
- VHDL (Quartus, Cyclone 2 FPGA)
- Schematic Capture (Multisim, Partsim, etc)
- Programming (Java, C)
Enthusiastic, Organized, Fast paced, Flexible team member
- Electronics Circuits 1 (Transistor level design)
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- Digital Systems (Gate level design)
- Field Theory (Electromagnetics)