Seeking an Engineering position to provide high quality analytical, problem solving, management skills; improve efficiencies in Company’s plant and production facilities and profit maximization.
Computer Vision and Image Processing Lab at University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky January, 2009- November, 2009 Engineering Research Assistant Focused on image understanding with practical applications, assisted in image modeling, segmentation, registration, and object reconstruction: • Image modeling: Developed a new vector level set distance representation for describing the surface evolution; centerline extraction approach for shaping representation that links the objects topological nodes; designed a new shape representation approach using vector level set function. These contributions have been manifested in robust approaches for multimodality image segmentation and registration. • 3-D Surface Reconstruction: Generalization of the image formation problem by removing the constraints on the object with respect to the camera and light source, and removing the restriction on the objects’ surface model. • Helped with remote sensing, computer vision and medical imaging. Contributions include the Surface Point Signature (SPS) approach, a novel elastic registration framework based on partial differential equations to correlate a data set to another one sharing some common attributes. • Documentation and analysis of findings related to Biometric facial recognition, and biomedical imaging projects • Responsible for recommending areas for future studies by collecting facial images and 3D references used in the development of an operational prototype
Stride Rite Footwear , Louisville, KY January, 2007 - May, 2007 Group Project Engineer • Reduced waste motion through the proper design of the work environment. • Developed, implemented plans, programs for facility modifications and revisions to operating methods. • Assisted in establishing a sample calculator that has several benefits, supported in establishing the ease of use that allows for almost anyone to function in the fashion of Industrial Engineer. • Helped with the complexities of quality control sampling. • Increased the overall facility productivity through combined work steps, removing non-value added tasks, adding automation and the development of effective work practices.
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE, Louisville, KY Bachelor of Science, Industrial Engineering [August 2009]