SamRobison
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Arduino Arduino IDE Autodesk Eagle (EagleCAD) C/C++ Programming CAD Design MATLAB Python Script Simplicity Studios SolidWorks opencv

About

Hi! I have spent the last few years striving to attain the most diverse skill set available to me in my studies at Georgia Tech. Consequently, I can offer a unique, holistic perspective and approach when confronting a design problem. I have participated in a wide variety of projects across several disciplines including optics, control systems, computer vision, aerospace engineering, and much more. I am extremely excited whenever I am confronted with a new problem and enjoy immersing myself into new areas of practice. I look forward to working with you!

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Experience

  • Optics Undergraduate Researcher Georgia Institute of Technology · Apprenticeship Aug 2020 – Present 1 mos Atlanta, GA, United States I am assisting with various ongoing projects throughout the lab. I am currently modeling and developing a housing system a sensing device. I will soon be implementing optical diagnostics systems.
  • Optoelectronics Intern Sandia National Labs · Internship Jun 2020 – Present 3 mos Albuquerque, NM, United States I designed control systems and circuits for an optoelectronics research lab at Sandia National Labs.
  • Math and Science Tutor Robison Tutoring · Self-employed Aug 2016 – Present 4 yrs 1 mos Atlanta, GA, United States I tutored students from 5th grade to Juniors in undergrad in math, physics, and chemistry.

Education

  • Georgia Institute of Technology BS, Applied Physics, 3.92 2015 – 2020
  • Georgia Institute of Technology BS, Mechanical Engineering, 3.92 2015 – 2020

Other experience

  • RECONSO EGSE Housing Cage I modeled and fabricated a housing cage for the electrical ground support equipment (EGSE) systems of the RECONSO CubeSat mission at Georgia Tech
  • Georgia Tech ME2110 Design Competition Finalist The design competition involved creating a mechatronics-driven robot capable of completing a series of tasks, which including clearing objects from a specified zone, releasing balls into opponents' bins, and planting a magnetic flag atop a domed surface. I was in charge of programming the mechatronics, designing and fabricating the ball release subsystem, and 3D modeling during the ideation process. Our robot took 4th place out of around 40 teams.
  • Georgia Tech Hack-a-Thing Finalist I participated and was a finalist for the Georgia Tech Hack-a-Thing of 2019. The task was designing and fabricating a device capable of delivering screws to a UR5 robot arm for subsequent insertion into components.
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Languages

French Limited working proficiency

Location

Atlanta, GA, United States