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CV, Canadian Mechanical Engineering Grad With Automotive Passion

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 6084
(17/05/1988, male)
List top 5 skills: communication, computer aided design, design, engineering analysis, finite element analysis
Short Bio:

I am a recent graduate with a Masters of Applied Science in Automotive Engineering from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in Ontario, Canada. I have completed a thesis based on optimization of automotive structural design and collaborated on a number of publications with my thesis supervisor.

Prior to undertaking graduate studies I completed a Bachelors degree in Automotive Engineering from the same institution. At the undergraduate level I completed a project, in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team related to in-die welding of a progressive forming process. I graduated with distinction in 2010.

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ACADEMIC SUMMARY

  • Bachelor of Engineering in Automotive Engineering at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
    • Relevant Courses- Computer Aided Design, Automotive Component Design, Concurrent Engineering, Advanced Solid Mechanics, Lifecycle Engineering, Manufacturing and Production Processes
  •  Masters of Applied Science in Automotive Engineering at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
  • Relevant Courses- Finite Element Method, Automotive Design Engineering, Computational Fluid Dynamics

EDUCATION

Masters of Applied Science- Automotive Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UOIT, Oshawa, ON 2010–2013

  • Thesis:  Development of Optimized Preliminary Automotive Structural Model – Supervisors: Dr. Ahmad Barari, Dr. Ebrahim Esmailzadeh

Honours Bachelor of Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UOIT, Oshawa, ON                                                                                                                                                      2006–2010

HONOURS and AWARDS

Ontario Graduate Scholarship                                                                                                     2011–2012

Deans Scholarship- Masters                                                                                                      2010-2011

Graduated with Distinction- Bachelor of Engineering                                                                 2010

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Graduate Student, Faculty of Engineering, UOIT                                                                    2010–2013

  • Masters thesis written on optimization of preliminary vehicle structural model
  • Developed expertise in vehicle structural analysis and the finite element method

 

Undergraduate Research, Faculty of Engineering, UOIT                                                        2006–2010

  • Capstone project- development of quality control system for in-die welding in a metal forming process

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Automotive engineering- alternative fuels, hybrid vehicles, suspension, vehicle structures, modular design
  • Environmental engineering- alternative power generation, distributed power generation, green technology
  • Robotics- autonomous vehicles, alternative transportation

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teaching Assistant, UOIT                                                                                                        2010–2012

Calculus 1 under the supervision of Paula DiCato

  • Performed all regular duties of a T.A. for a class size of 35 including tutorial classes, office hours, and marking (course code: MATH 101U)

Solid Mechanics under the supervision of Dr. Moustafa El-Gindy

  • Performed all regular duties of a T.A. for a class size of 35 including tutorial classes, office hours, and marking (course code: ENGR 2420U).

TEACHING INTERESTS

  • Graduate-level courses in finite element analysis and automotive design
  • Undergraduate-level courses in solid mechanics and mechanical and automotive design

PUBLICATIONS

Tebby, S., Barari, A. Esmailzadeh, E., 2012, “Optimization of Vehicle Structure Considering Torsion Stiffness Using Simple Structural Beam Frame-Approach”, Journal of Computer-Aided Design and Applications. Vol. 10, No. 3

Tebby, S., Esmailzadeh, E., Barari, A.,  2011, “Methods to Determine Torsion Stiffness in an Automotive Chassis”, Journal of Computer-Aided Design and Applications, PACE Special Issue, http://www.cadanda.com/PACEVol1.html, Vol. 1, 67-75, DOI: 10.3722/cadaps.2011.PACE.67-75

Tebby, S., Barari, A., Esmailzadeh, E., 2011, “Analysis and Optimization of Automotive Structure’s Bending Stiffness Using Beam Elements”, Proceedings of ASME 2012 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences