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Below is a description of all the internships I have taken part in as an engineering student.

National Research Council Canada

Robotics Engineering

(September 2021 - December 2021)

  • Designed and assembled a sensor payload designed to be integrated onto the Canadian National Research Council (NRC) Bell 412 Advanced Systems Research Aircraft which will be used to automate VTOL vehicles for the next decade

  • Conducted Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis to ensure payload passes numerous design reviews and a flight worthiness review.

  • Developed a LIDAR based visual system for distance sensing in different weather conditions in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team

  • Manufactured and assembled a custom power delivery module and a collector PCB (Printed Circuit Board) using Altium to collect and distribute power throughout the sensor payload 

  • Manufactured custom drone parts by CNC machining carbon fiber (in a mill bath) and aluminum sheet metal.


Sensor Payload for VTOL vehicles


Power Delivery Module


Some fun Work Term Videos


Mechanical Engineering

(January 2021 - April 2021)

  • Collaborated with Notus Electronics in creating “smart” traffic cones which detect changes in road conditions and digitally display optimum driving conditions decreasing the chances of crashing by 40%

  • Crafted engineering documents by preparing technical reports and presentations using MS Word for the executive board of directors and clients directly contributing to $5M deal

  • Implemented SVN to document all  purchase orders and created a custom library to improve parts procurement by 70%.

  • Lead 4 Root-Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) processes with the operations and maintenance team to resolve equipment failures by recommending $1M in solutions and generating $8M in savings

  • Manufactured a PCB with a 62% reduction size and a 30 % higher DAC output for Wi-Fi, satellite and GPS systems using KiCAD

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Wireless Communication Module

(Solid View)

Wireless Communication Module

(Transparent View)

Memorial University of

Industrial Automation
Research Intern 

(May 2020 - August 2020)

  • Created testing automation scripts using Python and Slenium to improve performance and efficiencies saving the company 8,640 hours annually ($172,800)

  • Implemented Schneider Electric PLC for multiple industry-related scenarios such as removing burnt potato chips and the automatic filling and capping of bottles to increase productivity and reduce costs by $700,000

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