Jessica Claire
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To get hired in a full time position in Control Systems, Robotics or any Electrical and Electronics topics related to my area of interest by June 2015 (Current VISA Status ­ F1).
C, C++. · Electrical Simulation Software : · MATLAB & SIMULINK · Allen Bradley RS Logix 5000 (Rockwell Automation) · Free scale Codewarrior · QNX Neutrino · Microcontroller programming software (Pic Microcontroller) · Visual studio, P-SPICE, ORCAD (Capture), LABVIEW and MPLAB
  • Course: Fuzzy sets and set operations, Evaluations of the rule sets using different implications, composition, aggregation and defuzzification methods.
  • Development of fuzzy logic controllers for both linear and nonlinear systems & analysis and simulation studies of the designed systems.
  • Function approximation using fuzzy systems.
  • Project: Using MATLAB - Fuzzy logic tool box, and SIMULINK during the course work 7 to 8 projects were done.
  • 1.
  • Designed controllers to track linear and nonlinear systems with Mamdani and TS fuzzy logic rules.
  • 2.
  • Designed controllers by training and testing using offline and online dynamic clustering algorithms.
  • Modern Control: Course Description: A complete description of physical systems its analysis and design of controllers to achieve desired performance.
  • State space representation of physical systems, similarities/differences between input-output representation transfer function) and state spate representations, conversion of one form to the other, minimal realization, solution of state equations, controllability, observability, design of control systems for desired performance, state feedback, observers and their realizations.
  • Project: Using MATLAB and SIMULINK during the course work 5 projects were done.
  • 1.
  • Computing FRF, Characteristic loci of Multi input-Multi output linear systems 2.
  • Designed controllers using LQR and Kalman filter techniques.
  • Non Linear Controls: Course Description: To design advanced control systems.
  • Review of linear feedback and PID control design, Lyapunov Stability, Input- Output Stability, Frequency Domain Analysis of Feedback Systems, Non-linear control design using Feedback Linearization, Optimal Control, and the Sliding Mode Control method.
  • Project: Using MATLAB and SIMULINK during the course work 5 projects were done.
  • 1.
  • Designed non-linear controller using Feedback Linearization 2.
  • Designed non-linear controller using Sliding Mode Control Manufacturing and Automation Control: Course Description: Understanding of the manufacturing automation principles, practices and system integration.
  • Automation hardware and software, essentials of digital and analog control using PLCs), industry best practices for programming PLCs and the essentials of Human Machine Interface (HMI) for data entry, manipulation and recording system status.
  • Projects: 1.
  • Various Lab projects done using Ladder logic programming of Allen Bradley RS Logix 5000 PLC 2.
  • Recreating one of the Lab projects using self taught Structured Text Programming of Allen Bradley RS Logix 5000 PLC.
  • Principle of Robotics: Course Description: An introduction to a wide range of robotics-related topics, including but not limited to sensors, interface design, robot devices applications, mobile robots, intelligent navigation, task planning, coordinate systems and positioning image processing, digital signal processing applications on robots, and controller circuitry design.
  • Project: 1.
  • Drawing with Arm Robot (5 Degrees of Freedom): The robot was coded to draw the outline of an image fed into the computer with lines and arcs connecting the points without lifting the end effector (marker).
  • Corner points were detected and using clustering algorithm, points were chosen to connect to each other.
  • 2.
  • Various lab exercises on a variety of mobile and arm robots each with different type of sensors.
  • Programmed in MATLAB, C, C++, Open CV etc.
  • Advanced Robotics: Course Description: Advance topics in mobile robots and manipulators.
  • Mobile robot navigation, path planning, room mapping, autonomous navigation are the main mobile robot topics.
  • Dynamic analysis of manipulators, forces and trajectory planning of manipulators, and novel methods for inverse kinematics and control of manipulators.
  • Project: Three dimensional obstacle detection and obstacle avoidance of 5-DOF Arm Robot.
  • Obstacle detection was done by using Stereo Vision Camera and the obstacle avoidance and path planning was done by using polynomial spline algorithm in the joint space of the robot.
  • Real Time Embedded Systems: Course Description: A commercial real-time operating system and using it for programming projects on development systems and embedded target systems.
  • Some fundamental material on real-time operating systems and multiprocessor considerations for real-time systems was also presented.
  • Examples include scheduling algorithms, priority inversion, and hardware-software co-design.
  • Projects: 1.
  • Implemented projects using Embedded C on freescale board using Freescale code warrior.
  • Generated PWM signals using timers to trigger servo motors.
  • 2.
  • Implemented projects using Embedded C on QNX Neutrino.
  • Generated PWM signals using timers to trigger servo motors.
  • Sent and received data through DAC and Serial Communication ports.
  • 3.
  • Created a real time Baking environment for a whole day using threads, timers, semaphores, and Mutex.
  • Undergraduate Projects: Designed an electronic game, with various electronic devices like op-amps, diodes, logic gates.
  • Generated four lights that cannot be pre-determined as a major part of the game.
  • Controlled speed and direction of an electronic car using a pic microcontroller by taking input from an ultrasonic sensor and coded the controller to provide the necessary output.
  • Designed and developed a Multi-Level Inverter interface for distributed power generation systems.
  • The inverter is designed so that the DC power available from a battery can be inserted into the power grid.
Teaching Assistant, 08/2014 - 12/2014
Kansas State University Foundation , ,
  • Deliver lecture, prepare and grade Home works, clarify the doubts of students and assist the Professor in.
  • connecting with the students.
Summer Intern, 06/2014 - 08/2014
Good Shepherd Hospice Henryetta, OK, USA
  • Worked in Distribution and Automation group of PSEG Long Island.
  • Understood the functions and operations of.
  • Auto Sectionalizing Units, Auto Reclosers, Capacitors and their Controllers and also the mode of communication.
  • for the each of these controllers.
  • Developed front end software for operating Capacitors via radio signals.
Technical Officer, 08/2010 - 07/2013
World Health Organization Washington, DC, India
  • Organised and supervised maintenance of high capacity DG sets, UPS, Lifts, HVACs, HT and LT breakers etc., of.
  • Bank's Data Centre located in its Corporate Office.
  • Floated tenders and overview major projects like installation and.
  • testing of Electrical equipments on Bank's behalf.
  • Managed upto 20 labours to do various maintenance jobs in civil.
  • mechanical and electrical fields.
Masters: Electrical Engineering, Expected in May 2015
Rochester Institute of Technology - Rochester, New York
GPA: GPA: 3.78/4.0
Electrical Engineering GPA: 3.78/4.0
Bachelor of Technology: Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Expected in April 2010
Amrita School of Engineering - Coimbatore,
GPA: GPA: 7.16/10
Electrical and Electronics Engineering GPA: 7.16/10
Fuzzy Logic and Nonlinear Control systems Modern Control Manufacturing and Controls Theory Automation Control Principle of Robotics Advanced Robotics Random Signals and Real Time Embedded Noise Systems Course Works and Projects
Automation, C, C++, clarify, Codewarrior, LABVIEW, Languages, Logic, MATLAB, mechanical, Office, Works, ORCAD, Programming, P-SPICE, QNX, radio, Real Time, Robotics, Simulation, Visual studio

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