Objective: To obtain hands on experience in the engineering or related subject to enhance my knowledge and experience in the technical field.
University of Pittsburgh, Bachelors of Science - Chemical Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA
Relevant Coursework: Org. Chemistry I & II, Calculus I, II, III & IV, Statistics, Thermodynamics I & II, Staged Separations, Professional Practice, Senior Design, Heat Transfer, Petroleum Reservoir, Physical Chemistry Labs.
Trained in ISO and QS••••• internal auditing and Six Sigma Green Belt.
Programming Languages - C, C•••••, HTML, Software Applications - Microsoft Office XP, Operating Systems
Windows XP, Windows •••••, Windows NT, Windows •••••, Windows •••••, Macintosh OS
Engineering Software- Aspen, Bjac, Icarus
Graduation Date: December •••••
Ameri-Source International, Pittsburgh PA••••• December ••••• Present
Provide Process Engineering applications for procurement of specific process plant equipment
Manage and provide support regarding International accounts both technically and economically
Westinghouse Electric Co, Pittsburgh, PA ••••• June •••••September •••••
Support Nuclear Services in performing stream break and loss of coolant safety analysis
Code and Debug several programs to satisfy NRCC requirements for the safety analysis
Honeywell International, Richmond, VA••••• August •••••December •••••
Polymers/Technical Co-op, Nylon••••• Production Plant
Facilitated area engineers in A & B polymer train operations. Key Responsibilities: Maintain Area stable operations metrics, Assist in technical trial planning, and supervise data collection and analysis.
Supported in identifying production area defects and maintained data for analysis. Key Responsibilities: Determine and maintain critical oxygen level of the process, Detect and Analyze oxygen leaks, and Develop sealant for leaks
Conducted research focusing on quality improvement for the fiber industry
Provided support in designing quality improvement devices to improvise the quality of the fiber
Worked on a Six Sigma project to ensure cost cuts in customer complaint area by improving the quality of the fiber
Univ. of Pittsburgh Research in Physical Chemistry, Pittsburgh, PA •••••May ••••• August •••••
Developed computer simulations to minimize energy of molecules to support the research
Researched effectiveness of using nano tubes for experimentation. Performed Cost and Benefit analysis focusing on Hydrogen absorbance and space efficiency