I believe in helping students understand the concepts so that they don't need to memorize. I believe teachers should encourage students and motivate them to do better.
I have had experience tutoring Circuits, Linear Algebra, Calculus, Computer Engineering in groups and one-to-one in McGill first and second year Engineering students. I also provided review sessions in big classrooms before midterms and finals. In review sessions, I used to give brief concepts along with solving past question papers.
I am an Electrical Engineer. I have completed my Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from Mcgill University in May 2019. Teaching is my passion and so I would like to have a career in Academics. Currently, I have applied for Masters in the Department of Electrical Engineering at University of Toronto.
EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS McGill University (January 2014 – May 2019) Bachelor of Engineering, Major Electrical (Distinction, CGPA: 3.7/4.0) Relevant Courses: Java, Operating Systems, Computer Architecture, Digital Systems Design, Computer Engineering, Electric Circuits, Electronics, Electromagnetic Waves, Signals and Systems, Telecommunication Networks
Trapeze, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada (July 2019 – May 2020, 11 Months)
Software Engineer at Workforce Management and Operations Management (OPS)
• Developed and maintained software application primarily using C++ to automate frequently performed tasks in the transport industry using Trapeze’s OPS platform.
• Developed front and back end Web features for the OPS platform using XML/XSL and C++/SQL.
• Experienced user of Agile Software Tools such as JIRA and developer tools such as TortoiseSVN, Bamboo Build Repository.
• Created Windows Desktop applications with MFC Library class for the OPS platform.
• Experienced in managing and configuring database server using SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS).
• Created applications with Oracle/MySQL Database using SQL with tools such as ODBC and DBEdit.
• Familiar with Agile Scrum Methodology and full software development lifecycle from analysis, design, and development through to delivery.
• Provided presentations to train and share knowledge with developers in the team.
Citi, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada (June 2018 – August 2018, 3 Months)
Software Developer Intern at Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS) Payments team
• Gained experience in DevOps; Jira, Maven, Bitbucket, TeamCity, uDeploy, and SonarQube.
• Set up Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CICD) pipeline for a project to automate the build and deployment process. As a result, build, unit test, and deployment happens in one click.
• Fixed ~6000 SonarQube detected bugs for in house software applications written in Java.
Hydro One, Ontario, Canada (September 2016 – August 2017, 12 Months)
Standard and New Technology Intern
• Designed and developed security process trackers (lists) and scorecard to meet with the internal NERC CIP compliance program using Microsoft SharePoint/Nintex Workflow.
• Created automation tools to produce statistical results from various databases using Visual Basic.
• Developed GUIs to allow teams to generate cyber arc reports and configuration files for routers/ switches.
• Created flow charts and procedural documents for Security Patch Management.
• Assisted in development and production of Transient Cyber Asset (TCA) encryption solution.
• Created and provided support in internal standard document development.
• Used Meridian and AutoCAD to monitor and build circuit diagrams.
• Used PowerPoint to create slides and present during the annual safety conference.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, McGill University (May 2016– August 2016)
Computational Electromagnetics, Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering (SURE)
• Developed efficient parallel algorithms to overcome computational bottlenecks.
• Implemented Jacobi Algorithm using parallel programming in Java and MATLAB.
• Prepared poster presentation with results from summer research.
Engineering Peer Tutoring Services, McGill University (Fall 2015- Winter 2019)
Tutor for Circuits 1, Circuits 2, and Introduction to Computer Engineering, and U0 Math courses, McGill University
• Tutored a group of students or one-to-one.
• Led discussion groups and provided review sessions to a big class before midterms and finals.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, McGill University (May 2015 – August 2015)
Broadband Communication Lab, Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering (SURE)
• Built a wireless bridge between a multi-parameter medical sensor and the computer using Visual basic and Lua embedded programming language.
• Tested TCP link Tx/Rx reliability between ThingSpeak server and PC via Wi-Fi module (ESP8266).
• Programming Languages: C/C++, Java, XML/XSL, Lua, SQL, MATLAB, VHDL, MIPS Assembly, Bash, Visual Basic
• Development Tools: Eclipse CDT, Microsoft Visual Studio, CodeBlocks
• Debugging Tools: GNU Debugger
• Code Review and Management Tools: Github, Bitbucket, TortoiseSVN, Bamboo Build Repository
• Simulation Tools: LogicWorks, Spim, LTSpice, Pspice, Meridian, Altium Designer, Eagle, Altera Quartus II
• Publishing Software: Microsoft SharePoint, Word, Excel (Macros), PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, EndNote
• Operating Systems: Linux (Ubuntu), Windows OS, Mac OS
Laboratory Instruments: Circuit Breadboard, Oscilloscope, DC Meters & Measurement, Signal generator
Language: Fluent in English, Bengali, and Hindi
EXPERIENCE AND PROJECTS:
Network Programming, McGill University (Winter 2019)
• Implemented a Domain Name System (DNS) client using Socket programming in Java.
• Used Wireshark to analyze behavior of TCP.
Design Project, McGill University (Winter 2018-Fall 2018)
• Researched future possibilities for circuits printed on flexible substrates.
• Designed and simulated an amplifier using LTSPice and implemented it on flexible substrates.
• Implemented a Bluetooth system on flexible substrate using Altium to create footprints, schematics, and layouts of the circuit to be printed using the ink-jet printer system.
Operating System, McGill University (Winter 2018)
• Created a bash shell emulator in C.
• Designed applications using Interprocess Communication (IPC) tools such as pipe, fork, and execvp.
• Implemented various Disk Scheduling Algorithms using C under Unix.
• Used POSIX thread library to create Unix multi-threaded programs to simulate resource allocations between processes and avoid deadlocks through Bankers Algorithm and model a producer-consumer problem.
• Used GDB as debugging tool.
21 Card Game, McGill University (Fall 2017)
• Developed the 21 Card Game using VHDL on the Altera DE1 board.
• Wrote VHDL descriptions for both combinational and sequential circuits using process blocks.
• Designed user interface using VHDL descriptions to create a Finite State Machine as a controller.
• Conducted both Unit and Integration tests with functional and timing simulations.
• Integrated all the separate modules to form the complete system and tested it on the Altera DE1 board.
Computer Engineering Design Project, McGill University (Winter 2016)
• A first stage design or feasibility study of automated underwater mining base system.
• Completed a comprehensive study on probable data structures like arrays, linked lists, hashing, sorting, stacks, queues, trees.
• Provide brief details of the forecast capabilities of each component of the system and how they will allow the device to achieve its objectives.
Robotics project, McGill University (Fall 2015)
• Developed an autonomous robot capable of self-navigating through a terrain with obstacles.
• Programmed the robot using Java for LeJOS programming environment on Mindstorms NXT.
• Documented the entire project and performed managerial role.
• Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering (SURE), McGill University (Summer 2015, 2016) • Richard Brown Scholarship, McGill University (Fall 2015)
Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS), McGill University (Winter 2014- Present)
• Organizing McGill conferences and McGill Tech Fair.
• Team lead in McGill summer send-off organizing team in Bangladesh.
INTERESTS: Technology, Programming, Teaching, Developing iOS apps, music, basketball, soccer, cricket
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