Edwin A. Mora

Edwin A. Mora
Email: [email protected]
OBJECTIVE: A student position as an Electrical/Electronic Engineer
In Progress: B.S. Electrical and Electronic Engineering, CSU Sacramento (Expected Date of Graduation: May 2016)
Digital Control Systems*
Digital Logic Design
Electrical Circuits
Engineering Programming
Introduction to Feedback Systems
Network Analysis
Physics-Mechanics & Electromagnetism
Signals and Systems
Computer Applications: Familiar with MATLAB, C, C++, Python, Verilog, VHDL, PSpice, Advanced Design Systems; MS
Word, Excel, Powerpoint; Linux, Windows; AutoCAD, AutoDesk Inventor, Multisim, Quartus II, LabView
Hardware: Familiar with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone
Tools: Familiar with 3D Printing, Soldering, Digital Multimeters, Oscilloscopes
Language: Bilingual; Proficient in reading and writing for English and Spanish
Temperature Control System:
Fall 2014
Designed and implemented a control system to regulate the temperature in a body of water. To control the
temperature in the target system, a separate bath of ice water was used as a coolant. This ice water flowed into the
desired system through a solenoid valve being controlled by an Arduino Uno. A proportional controller was used to
reduce the error between the desired and current temperatures provided through feedback from a temperature
Autonomous Quadruped Robot:
Fall 2014
Designed, 3D printed, and developed a Quadruped Robot that 12 Degrees of Freedom. The software Autodesk
Inventor was used to model the system before being exported to a Slicing Program which then allowed for the 3D
printing of the system. To control the system an Arduino Mega clone that specialized in running multiple servos
simultaneously was used. Serial communication was established with the microcontroller through a simple python
script to determine the proper angles of each motor required for static stability of the system on three legs. With that
information, a gait was generated and implemented for the movement of the Quadruped.
Remotely Operated Surveillance Vehicle:
Spring 2014
Worked with a group of four students to design and develop a remotely controlled vehicle. To control this vehicle
remotely, a python script was written and executed on a Raspberry Pi through a secure shell connection. The code
allowed user input for directional control of the vehicle. These instructions were communicated to a Parallax
Propeller Activity board from the Pi to which then controlled the DC motors in a manner that would satisfy the user
Freight Team Associate
The Home Depot
04/14 – 08/14
 Assisted customers within the Electrical Department for their everyday household needs
 Applied problem solving skills to satisfy customer needs on their home improvement projects
FantaSea Yachts and Yacht Club
06/12 – 07/13
 Provided exceptional customer service while maintaining a professional image of the company
 Worked under pressure constantly while maintaining the customer’s needs directly
 Treasurer: 3D Printing Club
 Active Member: Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC); Mathematics, Engineering and Science
Achievements (MESA), Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers (IEEE)