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Experienced B.Sc. Electrical Engineering graduate with 3 years at Western Digital ASIC Characterization Lab. Involved in HW tests, characterization, automation bring up, and performance. Strong teamwork and communication skills, an innovative worker with a drive for execution. Willing to learn, adjust and push for success and now looking for the next challenge.

Skills

Education

  • Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel 2021

    B.Sc. Electrical and Computer Engineering

    Academic degree with high level of mathematics and physics, introductions to main aspects of electrical engineering (e.g. signal processing, communication, control, computers), and extended courses for two chosen specializations.Specializations: - Power systems - Microelectronics, nanotechnology and VLSIHighlight Courses: - Switch Mode DC-DC Converters - Introduction to Industrial Electronics - Introduction to Control - Analog Electronic CircuitsAchievements: - Grade average of 87,1 out of 100

Experience

  • Ben Gurion University of the Negev 2020 - 2021

    Electricity Supply System

    Design of electricity supply system for 33/6.6kV factory substation. Including calculation of total power consumption of the factory, loads, short currents, etc. and choosing of transformers, cables, measurement devices, protection devices, circuit breakers and switches.

  • Ben Gurion University of the Negev 2020 - 2021

    Wireless Charging System

    Wireless charging of an electric vehicle, build for the Applied Energy Laboratory. Developed 3,3kW prototype system to charge a Lithium-ion battery. - Studied the theory and the principle of wireless charging through articles and circuits analysis. - Developed and ran a level 2 PSIM simulation of the system. - Evaluated the problems in the design and solved them. - Constructed a fully functional prototype using high frequency power electronics. - Tested the prototype with full load and kept measurements for evaluation of the system.

  • Western Digital 2018 - 2021

    Electrical Engineer Student

    Electrical validation in a characterization laboratory, working 25 hours weekly. - Checked ASIC analog IPs in flash controllers and wrote automation codes for the tests. - Service and problem finding for RMA/FA units. - Created and improved laboratory project templates. - Developed new tools for internal usage.Achievements: - Developed a Python based testing environment, replacing an old VBA environment. - Improved and upgraded the DDR diagnostic test.Personal gains: - Big corporation workflow understanding - Collaboration with teams all over the world - Practical use of theoretical degree