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CV, Automotive Engineering Graduate Seeking Work In Vehicle Dynamics

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 33466
(05/05/1992, male)
List top 5 skills: active suspension, control systems, vehicle dynamics engineer, vehicle handling, vehicle modeling, vehicle simulations, vehicle suspension
Short Bio:

University of Bath - MEng Mechanical with Automotive Engineering first-class honours graduate (2011-2015). Main projects: Suspension and handling analysis - Formula Student. Vehicle Handling optimization through simulation.

UAB "Truma" - Customer and insurance manager (Summer 2012). Managing clients, insurance companies and mechanics ensuring servicing and repairs are carried out to schedule..

University of Bath - Research internship (Summer 2013). Vehicle stability analysis while towing a caravan.

Current location: 

Kauno apskritis, Lithuania - View on map



Spoken languages: 

english, german, Lithuanian, russian

Locations I am interested in working:


List of countries I have a visa to work in:

austria, Belgium, bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, spain, Sweden, switzerland, United Kingdom

Education & Work Experience

10/2011 – 07/2015
University of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom
First-class honours Master in Mechanical with Automotive Engineering

Recent projects:

Final Year Master’s Project: Dynamics of a 1954 Indycar. Re-evaluation of suspension to optimize vehicle for road racing instead of oval racing.

Group Business and Design: Research of possibility of switching to electric Formula Student from combustion engine. Analysis of the effect on vehicle dynamics.

06/2013 – 08/2013
University of Bath., Bath, United Kingdom
Summer internship with Professor Jos Darling

Scaled sized and full sized testing of caravan stability and suspension performance;

06/2012 – 09/2012 UAB “Truma” Autoservice;
Kaunas, Lithuania

Receptionist; warranty management.



Rating of skills: + basic skills, ++ advanced skills, +++ excellent skills/ Area/ Sub-area/ Level /Years of experience

Programming/ Matlab/Simulink ++/ 3

/Arduino /+/ 1

Design tools /Solid Edge ST2/4/ ++/ 2

/Solidworks 2014/ ++/ 1

Products/ MS Office/ ++/ 4


Lithuanian Native

English Fluent

Russian Fluent speaker

German Intermediate


Drivers License

Driver’s license 5



Project 1 Final Year University Project: Dynamics of a 1954 Indycar
Period of time 01/2015 – 06/2015

Role Vehicle Dynamics Engineer

Analysis of default vehicle handling performance;

Analysis of different possible solutions for influencing vehicle handling;

Simulation of vehicle behavior with different settings;

Application of developed solutions onto the vehicle;

Vehicle testing and model validation;

Technologies: Matlab/Simulink; Solidworks 2014; Damper Test Rig

Distinctive features:
Vehicle behavior knowledge limited to driver feedback – issue tackled by analyzing vehicle simulations with the driver;

Timescale constrained due to external manufacturers for necessary components (US).

Only two days of track testing available throughout the project.

Component failure during test day prevented data acquisition.

Alternative method developed on the track to acquire necessary data

Both testing days provided limited data due to vehicle drivetrain failures, providing minimal data to work with;


Project 2 Group Business and Design: Formula Student Electric Powertrain for Team Bath Racing;
Period of time 01/2014 – 06/2014

Role Business role: Marketing manager;

Technical role: Vehicle Dynamics Engineer;


Finding and evaluating potential competition;

Analysis of current products on the market;


Analysis of default vehicle handling performance based on team data and CAD models;

Re-evaluation of vehicle mass center change due to different powertrain and effect on vehicle dynamics;

Re-evaluation of the suspension of the vehicle;

Vehicle dynamics simulation;

Evaluating necessary components and design for an electric split axle go-kart prototype;

Prototype build supervisor;

Matlab/Simulink; Solidworks 2014;

Distinctive features:

Project was split into 2 different timescales: Business and Technical.

Due to the university not having any previous experience with electric powertrains a prototype kart has been started with a split axle to allow torque vectoring of the motors. This prototype vehicle was handed over to the following year students for further research.



Available on request