I have developed critical technical skills such as troubleshooting and root cause analysis, critical thinking, interdisciplinary teamwork, and solving issues for stakeholders. One of my career goals consist of developing new technologies using these skills to allow customers to expand their infrastructure. Product and customer success can be summarized in three words: create, innovate, and regulate.
· Provide camera strategy and planning include defining HP camera spec and set expectation up front.
· Interface with marketing and platform teams on camera related asks and lead such investigations and studies.
· Research and innovate new ways to optimize user experience and performance for camera modules.
· Responsible for RFI/RFQ activities – this includes researching component selections, EE design considerations, ME form factor optimizations, cost considerations, POC build for evaluation, etc.
· Collaborate with camera core team on camera strategy/architecture. Ensure pan-HP alignment and leverage for camera design on both component and module level.
· Review schematics and supplier datasheets to check for proper design of various components on a circuit board.
· Collaborate with different types of engineers (i.e. software, mechanical, thermal engineers) to develop new products or troubleshoot customer issues.
· Utilize an issue tracker to help reproduce and solve issues for our clients and internal product development.
· Repair, replace, and add components to our prototypes to repurpose functionality by using a soldering station.
· Collaborate with the product management to create road maps and certify new solutions for our products.
• Implemented system data, hardware, or software components required to meet user needs.
• Performed ongoing hardware and software maintenance operations, including installing or upgrading hardware or software using PuTTY to keep the servers viable.
• Performed the installation of operating systems, network or application software, and computer or network hardware.
• Utilized HPE's SSMC web client to monitor storage drives, configure virtual volumes, ports, and hosts to later use when doing my internship project.
Automatic Firmware Updater: written in Python for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Nov. 2019-Feb. 2020
· Using the Requests, JSON, and TKinter libraries with REST and Redfish APIs provided by HPE's servers, the project's objective was to scan firmware information from JSON metadata and determine whether or not firmware needed to be updated based on the node's IP/hostname and login information.
· Regularly, by updating each individual firmware component takes appropriately 30 minutes through a web browser. However, with this tool, it reduces this time in half due to the code constantly queuing the list of firmware.
· This code supported different types of server blades and various chassis that the server blades would be in.
Automatic Water Irrigation System: written in C++ for Senior Capstone Project at my university Jan. 2017-Mar. 2017
· Using an Arduino microcontroller and a capacitive moisture sensor, I wrote code to read moisture content from the ground and providing water through a piping and dripline system if the dirt moisture content was too low. This code was written to be an object-oriented finite state machine.
· Along with coding, we also ran experiments on the moisture sensor to provide a characteristic curve to understand the correlation between the moisture sensor's readings and the percentage of moisture in the dirt. This curve helped me so that I could decide when exactly to activate the watering system.
Photoactive Theremin: utilized LabView from an engineering course at my university Aug. 2016-Oct. 2016
· Utilized LabView and a MyDAQ to gather voltage values from an output of two photodiodes to generate a pitch and volume to a piezoelectric speaker.
· The two photodiodes controlled the musical note of the speaker while along with how loud the speaker would play this note. LabView was used to gather and send data to and from the MyDAQ as well as providing a GUI that would read the frequency and amplitude of the waveform that was going to the speaker.
Software Tools: Linux (and Cygwin), GitHub, Microsoft Visual Studio, Arduino IDE, cURL, AutoCAD, KiCAD (similar to Altium), PuTTY, LabView, Simulink, Image Processing Toolbox, Lattice Programmer, Cadence Physical Viewer, Unity Engine
Hardware Tools: Multimeter, Oscilloscope, Function Generator, Soldering Station, Curve Tracer, Development Boards, UART Debugger, DediProg Programmer, Beagle and Aardvark I2C/SPI Reader
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