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Work Experience

GRDP Operations Intern, Cameron

(Global Rotational Development Program)
June 2015 - August 2015

  • Studied and applied Lean Six Sigma methodologies to identify improvement areas in pressure testing process
  • Created and deployed standardized pressure testing materials to over 30 North American aftermarket facilities
  • Edited, narrated, and deployed a web-based pressure testing training course for over 750 employees across North America

Undergraduate Research Assistant, ReNeu Robotics

January 2015 - May 2015

  • Developed a 3D graphics program to visualize motion of a human hand under a robotic exoskeleton
  • Studied computer graphics, rendering, and modeling

Undergraduate Research Assistant, Texas Petawatt Laser

September 2014 - January 2015

  • Assembled laser configurations and aligned equipment on optical table
  • Worked in student machine shop to produce parts and track fabrication process

Student Technician, Applied Research Laboratories

May 2013 - December 2013

  • Worked primarily in MATLAB to perform data analysis and various forms of data processing of ocean environment database
  • Redesigned and implemented several MATLAB GUIs to increase functionality and encompass better ease of use with existing code
  • Augmented internal toolkit with custom functions to facilitate data processing over the command line interface
  • Developed various functional, unit, and regression test functions to ensure working code

Team Member, Reverse-Engineering of a Bicycle Bell

August 2012 - December 2012

  • Served as team leader during dissection and sketching portions of project
  • Utilized SolidWorks and a 3D printer to replicate functional parts
  • Studied 3D computer modeling, engineering drafting, and rapid prototyping
  • Gained experience using milling machines and lathes
  • Strengthened team skills through collaboration with teammates

Math Tutor, Mathnasium Learning Center

August 2011 - August 2012

  • Worked with students to improve overall math proficiency by over 30%
  • Tutored students in all stages of learning, from primary school to high school calculus
  • Handled maintenance of student paperwork and instruction material
  • Interacted closely with parents through student progress review sessions
  • Worked jointly with coworkers to provide a dynamic learning environment