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314-554-6655 • 1234 E Apple Street, Tempe, AZ 85261 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Electrical Power and Energy Systems graduate with a focus on distribution and transmission. Interested in a career as
an Electronics Application Engineer. Previous internship experience in semi-conductor manufacturing and have an in-
depth knowledge of:
• Power Electronics Design
• Power Stage & Controller
• Trouble Shooting Electrical Systems
• Power Economic Dispatch
Master of Science – Computer Science Expected May 2015
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ GPA 3.8 / 4.0
Bachelor of Technology in Production Engineering GPA 7.5/10 (3.6/4.0) May 2012
Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune, India
R&D Manufacturing Intern Jul 2010 – Sep 2010
Shanghai Electric Machinery Co., Ltd Shanghai, China
• Assembled components in a synchronous motor to understand manufacturing process and debugging techniques
• Utilized circuit layouts to solder circuit boards for later assembly.
• Exceeded daily production standards and asked to help train others in the process and techniques.
• Collaborated with design engineers supporting Response for Proposals (RFPs) for improving customer
Power Electronics Design Modeling & Simulation Project Spring 2013
• Designed . . . . use technology descriptive words and tools when telling the reader what YOU did
• Developed . . .
• Utilized . . .
Project # 2 Fall 2012
• Lead . . . .
• Designed and developed . . .
• Fabricated . . . and delivered . . .
Project #3 Fall 2012
• Performed quality control tests utilizing ANOVA and F Test statistics
• Improved performance of code base by . . .
TECHNICAL SKILLS & RELEVANT COURSES
Software: xxx, xxxx, xxxxx
Concepts: xxxx, xxxxx, xxxxx
Tools: xxxx, xxxx, xxxx
Courses: Advance Power Electronics, Electric Power Devices, Power System Analysis, Power Electronics,
Electric Power Plant, xxxx
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