Mohammad Mohammad

Mohammad Mohammad

IR Data/Sound in Light Bulbs


Languages: C, C++, Java, Verilog, Shell scripting, Embedded-C (MSP430, Atmel AVR MCUs)

Software tools: Matlab, Hspice, Cadence virtuoso, Eagle PCB design, Latex


Electrical Engineering internship position for summer 2014.

Professional Memberships

IEEE-HKN, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Mostar Board, Lambda Graduate Student Network 

Leadership and Volunteer Positions

  • Task Captain at UCLA Volunteer Day Event UCLA Volunteer Center, September 2013
    • Collaborated wih LATM in guiding freshmen volunteers in leading educational activities for students at Webster Middle School. 
    • Helped managing the painting project at Webster middle school. 
  • Volunteer Coordinator Tau Beta Pi, March 2013 – May 2013
    • Coordinated Volunteer activity events at Benton Habitat for Humanity for Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society. 
    • Volunteered in exterior painting, roof repairs, yard maintenance, weatherization, insulation and gutter cleaning and repair.
  • Corresponding Secretary IEEE-HKN, March 2013 – May 2013
    • Secured membership certificates for newly elected members and insured communications with IEEE-HKN headquarters.
  • Participated in highway clean projects offered every term by Mortarboard honor society.
  • Assisted in with food preparation, serving, dishwashing, and cleanup for a free meal assistance program.

Work experience

Work experience
Mar 2012 - Sep 2012

Undergraduate Research Assistant (unpaid)

Applied Magnetic Laboratory

  • Awarded $1900 for the Honors Research Experience by the Honors College in RF and microwave circuit design and layout.
  • Designed microstips and coplanar waveguides circuits for layout and fabrication on PCBs for graduate students; characterized the boards’ behavior in terms of the characteristic impedance and the reflection coefficient using time domain reflectometer. 
  • Presented findings to the professor’s graduate and Ph.D. students and attended weekly meetings.
Mar 2012 - Jun 2012

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant

Oregon State University
  • Instructed, tutored, and helped groups of 25-30 students through weekly recitation/lab meetings.
  • Reviewed material from the weekly class lecture to facilitate questions regarding homework.
  • Taught students how to use LTspice (SPICE simulator, schematic capture, and waveform viewer).
  • Evaluated student assignments, graded quizzes and labs, and organized appropriate lab set-ups.


Sep 2013 - Present

Master of Science

University of California, Los Angeles

  • Current Coursework: 
  • Analog Integrated Circuit Design, VLSI Design Automation
  • Projected Coursework:
  • Advanced Digital Integrated Circuits, Analysis and Design of RF Circuits and Systems, Design of VLSI Circuits and Systems, Analog Microsystem Design, Signaling and Synchronization.
Sep 2009 - Jun 2013

Bachelor of Science

Oregon State University
  • GPA: 3.57
  • Relevant Coursework: 
  • CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits I, CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits II, Energy-Efficient VLSI Design, VLSI System Design, Microprocessor System Design, Computer Architecture



Standard Cell Router

VLSI Automation, Fall 2013

Ultimate Bike Reflector (UBR) ASIC Design

VLSI System Design, Spring 2013

Two-Stage Fully Differential CMOS Op Amp

CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits II, Winter 2013

Senior Design: IR Data/Sound in Light Bulbs

fall 2012-Spring 2013