Engineering Team Leader
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
09/2011 - Present, Livermore, CA
  • Managing a team of 4 mechanical engineers and 4 designers to engage in fusion energy project engineering design and analysis
  • Managing multiple engineering projects concurrently to meet aggressive project schedule, budget, and design specifications
  • Directing engineering and leadership training programs to improve overall team performance and mentor team members
  • Developed engineering project productivity forecast model by deriving Gaussian function equations from empirical data
  • Conducted formal engineering design reviews to engineering review board consisting of 20 to 30 senior managers and engineers
  • Full product life-cycle management from conceptual, analysis, budgeting, documentation, prototyping, iteration, production, to engineering support

Mechanical Engineer
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Supplemental Labor Employee

10/2010 - 09/2011, Livermore, CA
  • Led a team of 4 designers to engage in nuclear fusion project engineering design and analysis
  • Approved engineering drawings according to ASME Y14.5 geometric dimensioning & tolerancing standards while ensuring product manufacturability and reliability
  • Performed static/dynamic stress (FEA and manual calculations), strain, welding, seismic, metallurgical, and tolerance stack-up analyses

Mechanical Engineer / Project Leader
General Electric Co.
02/2008 - 10/2010, Chicago, IL
  • Generated an overall annual cost saving of more than $1.8 million from the automatic transfer switch design projects
  • Invented patent pending innovative mechanism to increase system capacities by 200% while reducing cost by 50%
  • Succeeded in passing critical UL requirements and experiments by designing testing instrumentations and through design of experimentations

Contract Mechanical Engineer
Caterpillar Inc.
08/2006 - 02/2008, Lafayette, IN
  • Coordinated industrial diesel engine design projects with 95% of projects completed and delivered ahead of schedules

Project Group Leader
Rutgers University Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
09/2005 - 05/2006, New Brunswick, NJ
  • Led a team of five members to design and construct a laser water tunnel system for fluid dynamics experiments


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