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Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate


Final year Electrical and Computer Engineering undergraduate student merges academic knowledge and technical training to fulfill a passion for electronics. Over 12 months of experience developing, debugging, and troubleshooting programs in C++ and C# aimed towards developing tracking algorithms on electro-optical sensors at major software solutions company. Conveys information in a clear, well organized and easily understood manner owing to 3 years of university level debating experience. Recognized to be enthusiastic and contributes to group relationships with a positive and motivating attitude.

Work History

Sep 2015Present

Co-op Student Software Developer

CarteNav Solutions Inc.
  • Planned, designed and developed a windows application in .NET assembly to help debug, troubleshoot company software, and implement prototype programs. 
  • Explored and gained an understanding of hardware limitations of an electro-optical device to implement intelligent target tracking features.
  • Designed, tuned and tested PID controller algorithms to extend the tracking capability of situational awareness technology.
  • Implemented UDP and DHCP protocols as diagnostic tools to detect and interact with network devices C++ and C#. Used terminal interface (PuTTY) to connect to SSH server to exchange files and configure settings on a video encoder device. Used terminal commands in a command line interface (PuTTY) to connect to SSH server to exchange files and configure settings.
Jan 2015Apr 2015

Electrical Engineering Coop Student

J.D. Irving, Irving Paper Limited
  • Performed in a fast-paced environment with a team of engineers to ensure continuous operation of two paper machines.
  • Supervised contractors and ensured safe workplace operations.
  • Planned and developed the installation of an Uninterruptable Power System (UPS) to back up the paper machines which saved company time and money by preventing unnecessary risks.
  • Developed and updated essential electrical schematics concerning power supply to all departments of the mill, emergency power supply and crucial equipment. This saved the company $10000 per hour by avoiding unanticipated downtime due to the failure of paper machines and unnecessary repairs.
  • Professional development: Fall-arrest training, Confined Space training, Arc-Flash awareness training, Nuclear Awareness, Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism for Irving Paper, WHMIS | MSDS, Safe Procedure and Job Safety Analysis Training
Jun 2014Dec 2014

Service Technician

Mr. Lube 
  • Operated in co-ordination with co-workers to provide maintenance services on automobiles, meet client satisfaction. 
  • Performed standard oil and oil filter changes as well as assessed and maintained vital vehicle fluids including, coolant fluid, transmission fluid, differential and transfer case fluids to make certain of smooth operation.
  • Evaluated vehicle hardware and instrumentation including fuel filters, air filters, batteries, serpentine and fan belts and head lights and tail lights for safe driving experience on road.


Sep 2012Dec 2016

Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dalhousie University
  • Acquired a two year diploma program certificate in Engineering.
  • Pending completion of a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Sep 2009Jun 2012

Diploma of International Baccalaureate 

Halifax West High School
  • Awarded IB Scholarship award for Exceptional Academic and Extra-Curricular Achievement.
  • Recognized for outstanding record in school and community involvement.



Electro-optical Sensor | Microprocessors | Stepper Motors 

2D/3D Modelling

AutoCAD | Solid Works | CAD Soft Eagle 


C | C++ | C# | Matlab | Python | Mathematica

Project Management 

Experienced using MS Project during several school projects  | Planning and time management experience | Delegation to peers

Academic Projects

Autonomous Robot  | Technical Group Project

  • Designed an autonomous robot to navigate around obstacles in a team of 4 for university design competition.
  • Gained experience with sensor integration of ultra-sonic sensor, light sensor and lasers to determine available path, orientation and speed of movement of robot.

Automated play  | Technical Group Project

  • Designed and built an automated 'football game' play surface to simulate a miniature football game which was able to launch and collect steel balls using magnets with precise speed, direction and tracking ability. Complemented with an extensive report for project including technical details, drafts of schematics, and summary of observations and results.

Extra-Curricular Experience

President | Dalhousie Electrical Engineering Society | 2015 - 2016

  • Addressed the Electrical Engineering student body and acted as a liaison between university administrators and the students to address any concerns.
  • Implemented a semi-annually audited financial budget allotted to the society towards hosting events for students. 

Debater | Sodales, Dalhousie University Debating Society | 2012 - 2015

  • Competed at many tournaments including the Mount Allison University British parliamentary invitational, Francis Xavier Canadian parliamentary Novices tournament, Dalhousie Sodales Novice tournament
  • Gained experience directing and judging many tournaments including the Sodales High School British Parliamentary Invitational, Sodales High School Canadian Parliamentary invitational, 2014 Sodales Canadian Parliamentary National Championships, 2013 Alison Invitational

Volunteer Technical Support and Magazine Editor| Sharodiya, Halifax Bengali Community

  • Supported stage performances with audio and visual support.
  • Designed, edited and published annual newsletters/magazines for the society