Andrew L. Martin
andrumar10@yahoo.com
(703)501-4083

Permanent Address:
10901 Watchful Fox Dr.
Austin, TX 78748

Objective:

To secure a challenging technical engineering position
Education:

University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, IL
B.S., Electrical Engineering, minor in Materials Engineering, Obtained Dec 2015

Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, VA
Diploma, May 2012
 

Relevant Courses:
Electronic Circuits Power Electronics Thermodynamics
Analog Signal Processing Semiconductor Electronics Fields and Waves
Differential Equations Engineering Statistics Quantum Mechanics
 
Experience:
QA Engineer								 			Jan 2016- Present
Dematic Reddwerks - Austin, TX
Trained end-users onsite at distribution centers in the operation of Reddwerks software and hardware.
Fully documented over 80 code changes across 20 remote/onsite deployments. 
Statistically analyzed pseudorandom number generator for Reddwerks LC firmware. Demonstrated need 
for companion firmware updates for a new hardware design. Suggested changes were implemented by R&D. Zhejiang University Summer 2015 Research Assistant - Study Abroad Program Studied the effect of humidity on electrical properties of fluorinated graphene/silicon schottky junctions. Collected data and wrote statistical analysis of experiment results. 3Phoenix Summer 2014 Systems Engineering Intern Built a pathway for sending data from a remote underwater vehicle to an on-ship MFHR radar system. Wrote Matlab programs to encode and interpret eval board data. Mathtree Summer Math Camp, McLean, Va. Summer 2011, 2012, & 2013 Math Instructor, Site Administrator (Summer 2013) Taught math to 3rd–6th grade students, assessed student progress, held parent/teacher conferences, and supervised assistant. Responsible for site operation and activities. Assistant Math Instructor (Summer 2011–2012) Assisted lead teacher with math instruction, worked one-on-one with students.
Skills: Matlab, HDL Designer, C programming CAD/SolidWorks
Linux, Python, Atlassian (Jira/Confluence)
Extensive experience breadboarding, soldering, and troubleshooting circuits
Excellent communication and presentation skills
Chinese language skills, coursework in Chinese culture and history
 
Activites: Hobbyist work on Arduino/ATTiny/Reddwerks hardware
      -Designed low cost hobbyist project featured in online article for Popular Science
 
Instructor/Advisor at Austin Arduino and MicroController Meetup
      -Taught introductory classes for programming in Arduino.
 
IEEE workshops committee liaison to Makerspace Urbana
      -Spearheaded a successful Arduino workshop for UIUC students in collaboration with Makerspace Urbana