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Kevin T.

1954 Regent Street, Camarillo, CA, 93010 ○ (805) 987-7978 ○

University of California, Santa Barbara September 2013 – June 2017
Bachelors of Science – Mechanical Engineering, GPA 3.91
 Capstone project – Power Team Lead: Collaborated with NOAA to design and implement a mobile radar
tower to monitor vessel activity around the Channel Islands
o Selected and installed appropriate components for an off-grid solar system
o Designed and performed thermal analysis for a sealed electronics enclosure
 Cooperated with four other students to design and build a countertop dishwasher
o Awarded the most technical design in the junior design class
 Working knowledge of SolidWorks, MATLAB, Simulink, COMSOL (FEA), LabVIEW, and MS Office
 Lab experience with pressure, temperature, and displacement sensors
 Machine shop experience with hand tools, 3-axis mills, lathes, and laser cutters
 Utilized HSM and G-Code to build various parts on CNC mills and routers
 Additional Courses: Control theory, robotics design and planning, MEMS design, and CAD/CAM

Professional Experience
iCRco (Medical Device Company) July – September 2016
Mechanical Engineering Intern (Full-time) July – September 2015
 Design – Lead: Aubrey Kelley-Cogdell
o Co-designed the enclosure for the Claris XT CT machine
o Designed sensor fixtures for instrument control
 Procedures and Work Instructions – Lead: Andrew Neushul
o Revised procedures and work instructions for the iCR 3600 cassette radiography product line
 Production – Lead: Mark Thomas
o Assembled components of radiography machines using hand tools and fixtures
o Assisted with quality control, shipping, and receiving

Teledyne Scientific & Imaging July – September 2014
Co-interned with the Quality and EH&S Departments (Full-time)
 Procedures and Work Instructions – Lead: David Edwards
o Updated procedures and work instructions to better reflect current practices
o Led team meetings to review and approve changes to quality documentation
 Approved Suppliers List – Lead: Glenda Tatge
o Interfaced with suppliers to ensure compliance with ISO standards
 Shadowed a Quality Engineer – Lead: Ron Ricafort
o Inspected vendor production to ensure quality and compliance
o Reviewed current designs for compliance with company standards
 Environmental Health and Safety – Lead: Myrtle Lewis
o Collaborated with department heads to prepare emergency action plans on SharePoint
o Prepared PowerPoint presentations for employee safety training (OSHA)

Extracurricular Activities
 Undergraduate Research – MATLAB GUI development under Professor Frederic Gibou
o Developed a MATLAB GUI for 2D and 3D visualization of seismic arrival times
 Participated in SIMS, a paid internship program offered by CSEP and UCSB
o Worked cooperatively with other interns to research the use of gold nanoparticles in treating
prostate cancer under mentor Demosthenes Morales
 Eagle Scout