An electrical engineer with focuses in electrical engineering, computer engineering, programing, algorithms, semiconductors, and developement. With experience in leadership for group and solo projects in academic, independant, office, and industrial settings.
Minor: Computer Engineering
Courses of note: Circuit Analysis, Signal Processing, Electromagnetics, Programing, Microcontrollers, Computer Languages, Data-Structures and Algorithms, Digital Systems Design, Microelectronic materials, Solar cells
Leadership and group organisation skills gained through involvment in the Boy Scouts, High school marching band, and group school projects.
Experience working with a team and independently on a wide variety of design and developement projects.
Ability to develop clever and effective solutions to any number of complex problems presented.
Developed software to work with Cognex VisionPro® OCRMax™ software and API to automatically create an optimized, or optimize an existing, character font set for a given set of sample images.
Updated and managed industrial firewalls for on-site and off-site machinery PLCs.
Researched use of high powered pulse laser systems for cleaning of machined parts, contacted relevent companies, shipped out parts for testing.
Created a C++ console aplication to interpret keyboard input and data from EEG processing software to control and manage a Kobuki Turtlebot Fleet via Bluetooth.
Designed an Arduino library and program to accept and interpret serial input comands and control a Kobuki Turtlebot accordingly.
Co-wrote proposals, reports, and presentations on the project.
Responsible for a group of ten to research, write a report, and give a presentation on the topic of hydrokinetic energy production and its efficacy, efficiency, and environmental impacts.
Co-Piloted robot in competition.
Designed and built versions 2 and 3 of the robot's claw and arm.
Participated in the 2011 VEX world championship, as well as all competitions leading up.
Joshua P. Collins — email@example.com — (804) - 551-0014