Work Experience

Great Lakes Energy Institute, Case Western Reserve University

  • Energy Data Analytics Research Assistant
  • Sept. 2014-Present
    • Develop and analyze statistical models on Big Energy Data sets, 100,000+ observations per variable
    • Create scripts to identify energy signatures in buildings from past energy usage data
    • Design platform to identify energy inefficiencies, potential solutions, and quantified ROI for inefficiencies
    • Preliminary research used extensively in a $1.4 million winning ARPA-E proposal

NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH                             

  • Thermal Energy Branch, Mech. Eng. Test Analyst Intern
  • June 2014- Aug. 2014
  • Fission Surface Power System Project (FSP)
    • Supported build up and subsequent testing of the FSP Technology Demonstration Unit, TDU
    • Helped develop, run, and refine a thermal and fluid dynamic system model written in MATLAB
    • Developed, performed, and analyzed research on Multi-Layer Insulation for FSP implementation
    • Assisted in cutting edge research of Stirling engines

Philips Healthcare, Cleveland, OH

  • GCX CT Engineering, Mechanical Co-Op
  • June 2013-Jan. 2014
  • ATLAS Patient Table Project –First Multi-Modality Patient Table for CT applications
    • Lead Proto Build Engineer: Led two teams from Suzhou, China to build first 8 prototypes and develop production WI
    • Document redlines and issues, and led technical reviews on Atlas issues and modifications
    • Design various accessories for Atlas: Infant CT Cradle—Decreases radiation exposure and dose to infants in CT scans
    • Manage Atlas parts and material with strategic usage plans in conjunction with all departments at Philips, Cleveland
    • Design, modify, and fabricate parts for Atlas applications using various lab equipment and material on site

Case Western Reserve University

  • Supplemental Instructor and Grader, Calculus I and II
  • Aug. 2012-Jan. 2014
    • Assisted students in learning all material presented in calculus I and II, holding 7 office hours per week
    • Held 35 student recitation per week, covered material and proctored and graded tests and quizzes