Seeking an employment opportunity in the field of Mechanical Engineering in order to apply practically what I have learned and to effectively use and develop my interpersonal skills related to my major.
Engineer trainee, HALLIBURTON EGYPT, Cairo, August, 2004 • Learned how to assemble and disassemble sub-surface tools • Maintenance of broken down tools and re-testing it before usage • Arranging the inventory of the Completion Products and Service Department (CPS) and listing the available tools in Excel files • Prepared trucks for other field jobs Engineering Intern, HALLIBURTON EGYPT, Cairo, July, 2003 • Got acquainted with the safety regulations and procedures followed in the company • Learned the different types of mechanical tools used in the Completion Products and Service Department (CPS) • Learned the mechanisms of wire line spooling systems (spooling on and off) • Attended the pressure test for a certain Packer in Weather Ford Company • Assembled and disassembled pipes and Packers with the aid of mechanical drawings • Prepared and cleaned tools for other field jobs Engineer Trainee, ASEA BROWN BOVERI (ABB), Cairo, August 2002 • Created punching tools database using V-basic in the production department • Learned Solid Edge software – design and drafting parametric package in the technical and development office • Assembled a new prototype for 500KVA-12KV compact sub-station (kiosk) in the assembly department
EDUCATION Bachelor of Science, The American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt, February 2005 Major: Mechanical Engineering, industrial and material specialization Relevant course work: Quality and Process Control, Work Analysis and Design, Heat Transfer, Applied Thermodynamics, Metals, Alloys and Composites, Failure of Mechanical Components, Selection of Materials for Design, Advanced Manufacturing Processes, Management of Engineering Projects, Facilities Planning, Engineering Operations Research Thanaweya Amma, Science Section, Orouba Language Schools, Cairo, Egypt
ACADEMIC PROJECTS • Designing, manufacturing and assembling of Equal Channel Angular Extrusion (ECAE) Die among a group of six students as a Thesis project: • Designed the die using background research, AutoCAD, freehand sketches and finite element analysis • Manufacturing of the die with the corporation of Sakr Military Factory for Advanced Manufacturing Techniques • Manufacturing of the heat jacket that raises the temperature up to 700?C to heat up the die and preserve mechanical properties • Design and manufacture of a conventional extrusion die to compare its results with the ECAE die (February 2004 to December 2004) • Conducted several case studies, engineering reports and presentations on failure of mechanical components
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Member in the Talk Show held weekly at the American University in Cairo. A Member of the Public Relations Committee (PR), spring 2003 • Responsible for the publication work and publicity of the talk show • Designed the posters and flyers using Adobe Photoshop • Responsible to write e-mail announcements of the coming guest Delegate, 7th International Student Leadership Conference (ISLC), 2002 • Helped in teaching orphans both responsibility and teamwork • Negotiated in getting the approval terms from an authorized orphanage to sponsor a project • Acted in a play to convey the true meaning of leadership skills • Demonstrated a project to the other different workshops through a presentation • Debated on different topics such as the clash of civilizations and gender discrimination problem
COMPUTER/ LANGUAGE SKILLS: • Excellent knowledge with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and AutoCAD • Excellent knowledge of Solid Edge • Good knowledge of Microsoft project, Mat lab and TORA • Fluent in both spoken and written English and Arabic • Good knowledge of French