RAMI on all assigned work SKM AIR CONDITIONING

RAMI ABU SHAMMEH Phone: (647) 773 7572 | Email: [email protected] PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Engineering undergraduate senior with the versatility and leadership qualities of an established professional. Experience with project management, engineering design and research and development coupled with the winning combination of creativity and analytical skills. Proven ability to lead a team, handle administrative tasks and deal with clients with utmost professionalism. EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FACULTY Toronto, ON BASc of Mechanical Engineering ? Dean’s List: 2012 Fall, 2013 Fall, 2014 Fall, 2015 Winter, 2016 Fall WORK EXPERIENCE WAVEGEN TECHNOLOGIES INC. Mechatronics Design & Simulations Engineer September 2012 – June 2017 Toronto, Ontario May 2016 – August 2016 ?  Developed design solutions for electromechanical components of sustainable wave energy buoys and generators. ?  Detailed mechanical components of design solutions using SolidWorks ?  Participated in assembly and prototype testing ?  Supported business model and patent application with MATLAB Simulink simulations of buoy behavior TECOUSTICS LTD. Burlington, Ontario Project Manager Intern May 2015 – April 2016 ?  Logistical coordination of seismic engineering projects ?  Generated 2D and 3D/Inventor CAD drawings for application of vibration, acoustic, thermal, or seismic control products ?  Case-by-case dynamic loading calculations to determine optimal engineering design solution ?  Aided in project on-site work when assigned for coordination, meetings, or inspections ?  Collaborated with clients as required to complete assigned tasks on schedule ?  Experienced in material procurement, custom fabrication orders, Bills of Materials and supply chain management ?  High levels of accuracy and adherence to department engineering standards on all assigned work SKM AIR CONDITIONING LLC. Sharjah, UAE Research & Development Engineering Intern May 2014 – August 2014 ?  Conducted simulations and laboratory testing of multiple HVAC models and prepared technical specification sheets from corresponding results ?  Designed and simulated condenser coils, evaporators and expansion valves using AutoCAD software
TORQUE AUTOMATION Sharjah, UAE Production Technician May 2014 – August 2015 ?  AC and DC wiring of SCADA units, Distributed Control Systems (DCS) and Low Voltage Distribution Panels. Connections of PLCs, HMIs, relays, internet switches, CPUs, thermostats, hygrostats, power supplies, etc. in compliance with modern electrical and electronics codes and standards. ?  Hardware/software troubleshooting of panels during continuity tests ?  Testing of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) using propriety software: SIMATEC for Siemens and RSLogix 5 for Allen-Bradley
CLUB FOR UNDERGRADUATE BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING (CUBE), U OF T Toronto, Ontario VP Logistics September 2014 – May 2015 ? Organizing workshops, seminar, lab tours, networking events by connecting faculty, researchers and industry leaders with students in the field of Biomedical Engineering IEEE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO STUDENT BRANCH Toronto, Ontario Chair of Marketing and Promotion September 2013 – May 2015 ? Led a team of six members in an effort to raise interest in electrical and electronics engineering across the University of Toronto’s three campuses ? Implemented community outreach initiatives HOME DEPOT Part-time Seasonal Sales Associate ?  Trained in customer service principles and commercial awareness ?  Often took initiative and embraced work under pressure ONTARIO HOME SERVICES Home Efficiency Advisor ?  Analyzed statistics behind energy consumption of houses in different residential neighborhoods ?  Conducted energy audits and insulation checks on high-consumption houses ?  Sales of high-efficiency HVAC equipment and safety piping Markham, Ontario May 2013 – August 2013 Toronto, Ontario May 2013 – August 2013 VOLUNTEERING EXPERIENCE EAST PLAINS CHURCH Volunteer Burlington, Ontario September 2015 – May 2016 Toronto, Ontario September 2012 – May 2014 INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION PROGRAM, NEW COLLEGE English Education Volunteer ?  Teaching principles of conversational English to international students in a group setting ?  Hosting games, workshops, and field trips to encourage students to apply conversational skills ?  Follow up with students regularly to assist with the English proficiency required for courses DESIGN EXPERIENCE ?  Part of design team that designed the orthopedic SR Brace to reduce Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) in librarians. ?  Designed a built-for-purpose PCB signal processing and conditioning platform for hydrophone technology. ?  Proposed and analyzed the feasibility of a diesel generator-wind turbine hybrid solution for power generation in Nunavut. ?  Part-by-part design, implementation, manufacture, stress analysis and Life Cycle Assessment of entry-level professional CNC milling machine under strict constraints of cost and size. ?  Implemented an industrial microprocessor framework for integration of MEMS-based camera autofocus actuators ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Collaborative style of leadership, well- developed public speech skills and ability to handle pressured situations and output-based deadlines
Engineering intramural first- division men’s soccer team member
New College’s Stewart Wilson Award Winner for Excellence in Applied Science and Engineering

ICDL Certification holder – proficiency in a multitude of computer tasks, including but not limited to all Microsoft Office applications
iGEM lab trainee
AP Scholar with Distinction Award Winner

Proficient at report writing and documentation of details
CUBE member
IEEE PES Outstanding Young Engineer Award (Nominee)

Programming experience in Python, MATLAB and C/C++ environments
IEEE member

Experienced in AutoCAD software and 3D CAD software such as SolidWorks