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I am a recent graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology with a Bachelors of Science degree in the Electromechanical Engineering program. In addition to academic trainings at Wentworth, I have hands on experience from internships.The academic trainings and hands on experiences had prepared me to...
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Mechanical Engineer  
Advanced Vacuum Systems, May 2012 to September 2012, Ayer, Massachusetts United States

•Designed furnace components on SolidWorks and drafted engineering prints so it could be fabricated •Reverse engineered a furnace filtration system •Final inspection on engineering prints prior to in-house fabrication •Worked with customers and provided post-sale technical support •Reached out to different departments to determine feasibility and manufacturability of components

Quality Assurance/Process Control  
Wyman Gordon, June 2011 to September 2011, Grafton, Massachusetts United States

•Helped inspect forged parts against SolidWorks model using a laser stylus to ensure quality •Troubleshoot technical problems that were encountered by quality inspectors •Helped introduce a serial stamping machine to replace manual stamping


Wentworth Institute of Technology  
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Electromechanical Engineering, Jan, 2008 to Jan, 2013

Malden High School  
Other, NONE, Aug, 2004 to Aug, 2008


Automated Liquid Dispenser  by  Bruce Zheng, Dan Fung, Kevin Luong, Chirag Patel    
September, 2012 - April, 2013
This is my capstone project at Wentworth Institute of Technology. My team and I wanted to work on a system that involved both mechanical components and electronic devices. We decided to create a system that would dispense the correct volume of liquids using solenoid valves controlled by a data acquisition unit. This application worked wonders with adult beverages where more than one ingredients were often used.

Heated Driveway  by  Bruce Zheng, Jesse Lai, Catherine Mui    
January, 2012 - May, 2013
The objective of this project was to use heat exchangers in some way. I worked in a group environment and we decided to use geothermal energy to increase the temperate of a driveway so it would melt ice and snow. We were able to prove our application worked in SolidWorks using the flow simulation.

GreenHouse Control System  by  Bruce Zheng, Jesse Lai, Catherine Mui    
January, 2011 - May, 2011
The purpose of this project was use different senors in conjunction with a Data Acquisition Unit. I worked in a team of three and used photocell, thermocouple and a humidity sensor to detect light intensity, temperature and humidity in a makeshift greenhouse. We used these data and controlled each environmental factors using mechanical components such as blinds, windows and a evaporator. We learned how analog signals can be converted into digital signals that can be used by a microprocessor.


    April 2011
    January 2013