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Jessie Santiago Resume 7-24-2016

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Jessie Santiago Resume 7-24-2016

  1. 1. Jessie Lee C. Santiago me@jessiesantiago.com (864) 650 - 4594 425 White Water Falls Dr. Apt #532 Charlotte, NC 28217 Education and Certification Passed FE Exam Clemson University - Clemson, SC May 2015 Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering Clemson University - Clemson, SC May 2013 Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Publications Santiago, JL., et al. “Soft Robots and Kangaroo Tails: Modulating Compliance in Continuum Structures Through Mechanical Layer Jamming“. Soft Robotics. June 2016, 3(2): 54-63. doi:10.1089/soro.2015.0021. Santiago, JL., et al. “Layer-Jamming Scales with Hardening Capability”. Proceedings of 2015 IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, Montana, Mar 7 - 14, 2015. IEEE New York, NY, USA 2015. Santiago, JL., et al. “Learning with CyberPLAYce, a cyber-physical learning environment for elementary students promoting computational expression”. Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems: Proceedings of CHI 2014 Conference, Toronto, Canada. April 26 – May 1, 2014. ACM New York, NY, USA, 2014. 165-166. Print Technical Proficiencies Software Knowledge  Programming in C++  Image Processing w/ Blepo/OpenCV Libraries  Multi-layer Neural Networks  ROS + Gazebo  JavaScript  Assembly for the x86 Architecture  Maple  MATLAB/ Simulink  SolidWorks  AutoCAD/Revit/BIM Modeling  Inventor  HTML/CSS along with some MySQL  B2-Spice  Smith V3.10  Word/Excel/PowerPoint Hardware Experience  Kinect Development in C++  Arduino Utilizing xPC Target Embedded  Raspberry Pi  Electric Servos + Motors  3D Printing/Modeling  2D Laser Cutting  Tektronix Oscilloscope  NI-ELVIS Development Board  Soldering + Board Design (EAGLE) Graduate Programming/Robotics-Related Course Work Analysis of Tracking Systems | Learned about Different Types of Adaptive Filtering Methods Fall 2014 Robotics and Soft Computing | Learned Rudimentary Neural Network and Genetic Algorithm Theory Fall 2014 Robot Manipulators | Studied How to Analyze Rigid-linked Manipulators of N-DoF Summer 2014 Robotic Simulation | Used ROS + Gazebo to Simulate Drone Stabilization Control Spring 2014 Advanced Nonlinear Control Spring 2014 Digital Image Processing | Learned OpenCV/Blepo Libraries by Writing Functions from Theory Fall 2013 Analysis of Linear Systems | Linear Control Theory Fall 2013 Architectural Robotics | Learned about Robots in an Architectural Environment Fall 2013
  2. 2. Work Experience EE Designer – Charlotte, NC Sep 2015 to Present  Quickly learned completely new skillset to independently manage, design, and model complex power distribution systems for various commercial building projects involving data centers, offices, apartment-retail complexes, and high-rise buildings. Teaching Assistant – Clemson, SC July 2014 to August 2015  Taught a microcontroller interfacing and circuits lab involving teaching a small group of 15 students and giving them exams on material Research Assistant – Clemson, SC July 2013 to August 2014  Started working in the mechatronics lab developing thesis project NC Fike Student Services – Clemson, SC July 2012 to August 2013 Facility Assistant  Helped gym patrons as a front desk attendant  Worked from 3-8am in the morning cleaning and maintaining workout equipment Applied Data Technologies – Charlotte, NC July 2011 to August 2011 IT Support  Handled the logistics of new orders for Beaufort County School District.  Assisted with district-wide installation of new desktops, printers, projectors, and smart boards. IT Support June 2010 to August 2010  Registered students for online gradebook software for district high schools.  Upgraded outdated software via network updates throughout county.  Basic IT services (such as installation of network printers and fixing computer problems). Activities and Honors Coca-Cola Scholars Fall 2009 Palmetto Fellows Scholarship Fall 2009 through 2013 Piedmont IEEE Award – Electrical Engineering Fall 2012 IEEE Robotics Program Participating Member Fall 2010 – Spring 2011  Learned how to contribute ideas effectively (team-oriented way of approaching a project).  Optimized equipment purchases and checked current consumption and power consumption calculations.  Designed a triple 7-segment LED display interfaced to two micro-controllers to display number of victims, victim status, and victim position. Sub-Team Captain Spring 2011 – Fall 2012  Responsible for the sensors portion of the robot.  Designed four sensor circuits for the robot using B2-Spice to simulate circuits.  Built waveform sensor, voltage sensor (not sensitive to voltage polarity arrangement), and capacitance sensor.  Learned to design and solder sensors on PCB. Team Captain Spring 2013  Led the robotics team to build a successful robotics platform.  Managed a group of 20 electrical and computer engineers into teams to build key hardware and software components  Organized integration of all systems

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