Mechanical Engineering

I am in my final year of a Bachelor’s of Mechanical Engineering from Ryerson University. My goal is to use my degree and my emotional intelligence to work in industries that regenerate the environment and integrate innovative sustainable solutions. 

Teaching Documents

I am published in several sets of slides and documents that I created for positions in my engineering undergraduate studies. 

Work Experience

This page is in the process of moving over from another domain. You can view my full work experience there. 

I will be working as a Teaching Assistant for the Introduction to Engineering Design course this semester.

Weekly, I will be running two, two-hour labs, and an office hour. As well as marking assignments and tests. 

Last year I worked as a TA teaching Solidworks and manual engineering drawing skills to First Year University students. 

I marked assignments and tests, and ran a weekly 2 hour lab class along with an office hour. 

Throughout the year I work for myself as a freelance graphic designer.

I make websites, logos and advertisements for various companies, and am self taught but fast learning. 

Volunteering

Women in Engineering

Mechanical Executive

While being a continued member of the society for all years of University, I also served as the Mechanical Engineering executive for the 2014-2015 year. I engaged with the other incredible members and worked to plan and run events for fellow students. 

Midterm Tutor

First Year Engineering Student Tutor

Offering tutoring support for first year engineering students was one of the more rewarding volunteering experiences I’ve had. The sessions ran the evening before their midterms for the Fall semester of 2014.

Ryerson Formula Team

Formula Team

I did some work with the team through engineering, and then got more involved as their graphic designer. I worked to help develop the 2016-2017 car’s livery.

Student Ambassador

Ryerson Student Delegate

Volunteering to be a student ambassador during our new student’s fair and the OUF 2017 was an incredible way to engage with passionate youth. Being a student delegate for the National Conference for Women in Engineering in 2014 was truly an inspiring experience as well.

Awards & Achievements

I have been privileged to receive recognition in some of the areas that I am most passionate about.

2016 | $10 000 Scholarship

2015 | Women In Engineering

2012 | Commencement Speech

2009 | Royal Canadian Legion

Engineering Projects

Drone Vibration Absorber

SolidWorks, MATLAB, Vibration Analysis

Overall Course Grade: A- (3.670)

Using vibration equations, an absorber was designed to prevent the movement of a pizza box payload being flown by a drone. I worked with a highly skilled group and created a design we were all proud of. 

By developing my own MATLAB iteration code, I was able to quickly work through all possible design characteristics to find the best option for the given requirements. 

The following is an excerpt from the final report:

 

The following are the output graphs from my MATLAB code. They show the success of the absorber design. 

The amplitude of vibration after the absorber was applied is within the required range. 

The natural frequency of the system is outside of the operating range.

In process projects:

I am currently working to develop an automated process for manufacturing assembly (by designing the PLC code). And have done thermodynamic projects including the design of jacketed reactor systems and pressure vessels

City Pipe System

EPANET, Excel, Fluid Dynamic Analysis

Overall Course Grade: B- (2.660)

A city’s pipe system was designed in order to accommodate given usage for a specific period of time along with an emergency scenario in which the water was to be supplied solely by a storage tank for fire and regular demands. I focused on the required design of the storage tank to meet the flow requirements, as well as the pipe pressures across the system (using the EPANET software). 

As well, I performed the economic and material analysis on the pipe system which gave me practical experience with industry standards and material ratings. 

The following are the output graphs from my MATLAB code. They show the success of the absorber design. 

The amplitude of vibration after the absorber was applied is within the required range. 

The natural frequency of the system is outside of the operating range.

Mechanical Engineering

I am in my final year of a Bachelor’s of Mechanical Engineering from Ryerson University. My goal is to use my degree and my emotional intelligence to work in industries that regenerate the environment and integrate innovative sustainable solutions. 

Mobile Site
Building...

This information is still being converted to work with mobile. In the meantime, keep track of what I am doing on LinkedIn or Twitter, or request the desktop version.