Engineering: Offer education, practical experience and technical acumen in various facets of computer and electrical engineering. Proven capacity for rapidly adapting to new technical and engineering environments, tools and methodologies.
Industrial Hygiene: Comprehensive knowledge of techniques for ensuring optimal health and safety in industrial environments. Capable of performing in-depth, efficient analysis of workplace equipment and processes to identify hazards and potential dangers.
Network Engineering/Support: Excel at designing, configuring and administering sophisticated voice / data networks. Highly skilled at installing and troubleshooting various computer hardware and network components. Excellent technical support skills.
Key Strengths: Clear and concise in liaising with customers, engineers and management to convey technical concepts in language suitable for audience. Analytical and thorough in gathering / compiling data for research and process improvement initiatives. Bi-lingual in English and Bengali.
Environments: Windows XP/Vista/7, Mac OS, UNIX Tools: MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint), MS FrontPage, Adobe Photoshop, AutoCAD, Multisim, C++
Equipment: Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Multimeters, Firewalls, Routers, Switches, Hubs
Key Skills: Soldering, Power Energy, Electrical Circuitry, Electronics, Control Systems, Electromagnetism, LAN Systems, WAN Systems, Wireless Communication
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (2009) The City College of New York, New York, New York GPA: 3.21/4.00 National Dean(tm)s List
Associate of Applied Science in Computer Engineering Technology (2004) Queensborough Community College, Bayside, New York GPA: 3.65/4.00 Dean(tm)s List
Honors & Affiliations:
Eta Kappa Nu, Electrical Engineering Honor Society, Grove School of Engineering of the City College of New York Tau Alpha Pi, The National Honor Society Phi Theta Kappa Society, The International Honor Society Collegiate Science Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) Exceptional Academic Award, CSTEP, QCC (2004) Exceptional Academic Achievement Award, CSTEP / QCC (2003) National Dean(tm)s List (2003-2006) Dean(tm)s List, Queensborough Community College (2002-2004)
US AIR FORCE RESEARCH LABORATORY, Rome, New York Associate Electronics Engineer, 5/2009 - 11/2009
Contributed to design, development and calibration of various electrical products. Troubleshot, isolated source of and repaired technical issues. Closely analyzed electrical schematics and technical documentation to ensure proper functionality of equipment. Steered design and configuration of several microprocessor functional blocks. Conducted in-depth research and authored paper on Network Coding Theory.
CON EDISON, INC., Bronx, NY Electrical Engineering Intern, 5/2008 - 8/2008
Delivered key contributions to reclassification and restructure of Van Nest Shop Technical Library. Aided power company technicians in compiling, analyzing and reorganizing technical data. Gained experience working within fast-paced, technically complex engineering environment.
NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT, Brooklyn / Manhattan, NY Network / Electrical Engineering Intern, 6/2006 - 8/2006; 2/2008 - 4/2008
Initially interned with Division of Data Provisioning in installing, configuring and maintaining LAN / WAN network systems. Utilized various testing equipment to isolate and resolve network performance issues. Uploaded to storage systems and maintained integrity of data. Gathered / compiled data and maintained records for various projects during second internship with New York City Transit(tm)s Division of MOW Engineering and Subways. Conducted on-site inspections of electrical drawings and specifications and assisted field managers with field inspections. Performed in-depth analysis of data for planning contracts and prepared document change requests (DCR) for contractors(tm) invoices.
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS, New York, NY 3-1-1 Call Center Representative, 7/2006 - 8/2007
Provided clear, concise responses via phone to requests for information on non-emergency services from New York City residents. Demonstrated capacity for rapidly researching and conveying information on a wide array of subjects.
QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Bay side, NY Department of Social Sciences Computer Lab Assistant, 9/2003 - 5/2004; Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Assistant, 9/2002 - 5/2004;
Maintained, repaired and updated computer and software systems for Department of Social Sciences Computer Lab. Mentored and aided students and faculty in computer usage. Analyzed, troubleshot and repaired test instruments for Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Performed various administrative functions including Web site maintenance. Drove design and development of several technical displays detailing layout of computer and network systems for use as instructional tools.
* * * * * * * * * * Additional experience includes Peer Tutor positions in Physics and Mathematics