Electrical Engineering Graduate Seeks Employment In Technical Company
Q: Electrical Engineering Graduate Seeks Employment in Technical Company?
A: MICHAEL G. SESSIONS College Address: Permanent Address: 128 N. Donahue Drive Apt. D 3141 Greendale Road #7 Auburn, AL 36830 Birmingham, AL 35243 (205) 821-5738 (205) 969-2630 e-mail: sessi...@eng.auburn.edu Career Objective: Desire a position as an Electrical Engineer in the electronics or controls systems area with the goal of one day obtaining a managerial role in a competitive technical company. Education: 3/92 - Present Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, Auburn University, Auburn, AL Expected Graduation: August 1994 Major GPA: 3.79/4.00 Overall GPA: 3.68/4.00 Thesis Title: Analog Circuit Topologies for Calibration of the Piezoresistive Coefficients in (100) Silicon Thesis Advisor: Dr. Richard C. Jaeger 9/88 - 3/92 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Auburn University, Auburn, AL Graduated, Cum Laude: March 1992 Major GPA: 3.55/4.00 Overall GPA: 3.57/4.00 9/87 - 6/88 University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL Overall GPA: 3.30/4.00 Relevant Courses: Hybrid Microelectronic Fabrication and Design Electronic Packaging Analog Integrated Circuit Design Digital Filters & Signal Processing Microelectronic Fabrication and Design State Variable Analysis of Systems Electro-optics Attained 70% of college funds from part-time and summer employment. Work Experience: 3/92 - Present Auburn University, Department of Electrical Engineering, Auburn, AL Teaching Assistant: Supervised Linear Systems and Electronics labs for junior and senior level students. Lectured introductory electrical engineering class for non-electrical engineering students. 3/92 - 3/94 Auburn University, Department of Electrical Engineering, Auburn, AL Research Assistant: Designed analog integrated circuits for calibration of the piezoresistive coefficients in (100) silicon. Research funded by Sandia National Laboratories. 6/87 - 9/90 Degussa Chemical Corporation, Engineering Division, Mobile, AL Summer Student Engineer: Worked during summer months with upper level engineers upgrading existing circuit schematics to the AutoCAD system. Honors and Tau Beta Pi (National Engineering Honorary) Activities: Eta Kappa Nu (National Electrical Engineering Honorary) National Society of Professional Engineers Passed the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (EIT) Projects: Spring 1992 - Researched, designed, and tested novel analog electronic Present circuits used to calibrate the piezoresistive coefficients in (100) silicon. The analog circuits were simulated in SPICE and then laid out with MAGIC/ICgraph using a 2um CMOS process. Spring 1993 Designed a CMOS logic circuit for operation at cryogenic temperatures. The circuit was simulated using SPICE and then laid out with MAGIC, a VLSI layout editor. Winter 1993 Wrote a power system fault analysis program in FORTRAN. The program was designed to calculate system voltages and currents for any array of system faults. Spring 1992 Designed several microelectronic digital circuits, laid out circuits using MAGIC, fabricated circuits using NMOS technology, and characterized operation of each circuit. Fall 1991 - Led a team of senior electrical engineering students with the Winter 1992 design and testing of a non-contact power supply. Summer 1991 Designed a five volt dc regulator and simulated the circuit using SPICE. Circuit was laid out with MAGIC, fabricated using thick film hybrid technology, and operation was verified through in-lab testing procedures. Thin film hybrid technology was also studied. Spring 1991 - Performed a parametric study of a DC servomotor, designed Summer 1991 analog and digital position controllers for servomotor, simulated the analog and digital closed-loop systems, and then realized and tested the DC servomotor control systems. Spring 1991 Designed and simulated a direct-coupled operational amplifier using SPICE. The analog electronic circuit was then fabricated, tested, and characterized in the lab using discrete components. Winter 1990 Designed and implemented a "pop-up" calculator program for use on an MS-DOS personal computer using Intel 8086/88 Assembly Language. References: References available upon request from candidate. AL 00000
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