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Resume Updated: 1 May 2012
Joseph George
jgeorge86@live.com http://
Tel: 951-850-3197 Fax:
7232 Tiara Ave,
Highland, CA
92346

Objective
Seeking a challenging career in Design & Analysis / Research & Development within the realms of Computational Fluid Dynamics where there is scope for experimentation; to thrive on imagination, passion, rigorous thinking and boundless curiosity to learn and use my strengths effectively to continually set levels and standards that exceed expectations, thereby, contributing to the overall growth of the organization and myself as an individual.
Salary Requirements
Negotiable, Open to Internships and/or Voluntary work
Employment History
Cashier - (Part-time) April 2010 to May 2011
J Sainsbury's PLC
Southampton, Hampshire, UK
- Worked as part of a team providing excellent customer service, sales and support - Enhanced my leadership skills and assumed team leader roles whilst assisting managers and supervisors.
Trainee Engineer / Design Intern December 2005 to May 2006
Siemens Ltd
Mumbai, India
Point Machines Department, Motors Unit - Amended a part design thereby improving the type and use of fasteners which had previously caused a no of product failures during load tests. - Created a SAP R/3 - MS Excel based Data Management System allowing easy data collection and documentation of part details essential for product identification.
Trainee Engineer / Design Intern June 2004 to November 2004
Siemens Ltd
Mumbai, India
Process Planning Department, Motors Unit - Designed fixtures / templates to increase productivity by reducing machining time. - Studied and performed CNC programming of milling and cutting machines. - Conducted Incentive and Capacity calculations to improve motor winding process.
Education
MSc. in Aerodynamics and Computation Pass with Merit
University of Southampton - Southampton, Hampshire, UK - 2009 to 2010

Course modules - CFD, Applications of CFD, Numerical Methods, Compressible Flow, Turbulence, Aerospace CFD, Hypersonic and High Temperature Gas Dynamics, Design, Search and Optimization, Race Car Aerodynamics, Experimental Techniques


B. E. in Aeronautical Engineering Pass with First Class
Anna University - Chennai, TN, India - 2006 to 2009

Core Courses - Aircraft Structures, Heat Transfer, Propulsion, Flight Mechanics, Experimental Stress Analysis, Composite Materials, High Temperature Materials, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Finite Element Method, Aircraft Design Projects


Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Pass with First Class
Fr. Agnel Polytechnic (MSBTE) - Navi Mumbai, India - 2002 to 2006
Skills
Description Proficiency Experience
CFD analysis Intermediate 1-2 Years
Automotive design Beginner 1-2 Years
Aerospace design Beginner 1-2 Years
Turbulence model development Beginner 1-2 Years
Combustion design Beginner 1-2 Years
Additional Skill Info
Good knowledge of MATLAB and Programming Languages Fortran 90/95, Python, C/C++ Competent in using CFD Analysis/Grid Generation and Post-Processing Packages STAR-CCM+, ANSYS FLUENT, OpenFOAM, Gambit, Gridgen and Tecplot 360, EnSight. Adept knowledge using CAD/CAE packages - AutoCAD, CATIA V5, and SolidWorks Able to work reliably with Unix / Linux based MPI Codes and Scripts Excellent MS Office, Documentation, Organization and Presentation skills
References
Contact information of references can be provided upon request
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