Kebba Kanyi

Kebba Kanyi

15631 Ash Way, Apt. C110

Lynnwood, Washington 98087

Mobile: 425-319-5312

kebbakanyi@gmail.com

 

Objective

Entry level electrical engineering position.

 

Summary

·    Electrical engineering internship with Opalware

·    Graduate with BS in Electrical Engineering

·    Experience with microelectronics, embedded systems and software programming

 

Education

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, June 2017

Washington State University

 

Courses included:

Microelectronics                               Semiconductor Design

Control Systems                              Fundamentals of Digital Systems

Electrical Circuits                            Electrical Power Systems

Design of Logic Circuits                  Electronics

 

West African International High School, June 2010

·  Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE)

·  President of Computer Studies Club

 

Skills and Accomplishments

·    Highly organized and detail-oriented self-starter

·    Strong interpersonal and written communication skills

·    Adept multitasker and problem solver

·    Active IEEE Member

·    I have built a multi-functional robot, programmed entirely in assembly.

·    Exceptional grasp of the programming languages: C/C++, Python, Assembly, Matlab, Python and Verilog

·    Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Microsoft project and Altium designer.

·    Experienced with Microcontrollers: Chipkit pro MX4, Arduino, and Atmel Sam E70

·    Created fully functioning game using Diligent FPGA Board

 

Awards

·    Washington State University Robotics Competition third place winner, May 2016

 

Experience

Electrical Engineering Internship, August 2016-June 2017

Opalware, Bothell, Washington

·    Developed site monitoring system for wildlife conservation.

·    Tested and iterated on the design for optimal performance

·    Diagnosed and fixed issues with microcontrollers and radio transceivers

 

Home Healthcare Aide, July 2012-October 2016

Steps Towards Independence, Marysville, Washington

·    Monitored and recorded patient conditions

·    Responsible for tracking and reporting changes in behaviors

·    Assisted with financial management, paying bills, budgeting

·    Administered medications as prescribed

 

Engineering Intern January 2010-June 2010

Gambia Telecommunications Company, Banjul, The Gambia

·      Supported Engineers with reconnecting fiber optic cables

·      Organized and maintained test equipment

·      In charge of scheduling for on-site visits

 

  • Updated 3 years ago

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