Chang Yaramothu


140 Prospect ave, 3A

Hackensack, NJ 07601

Phone: 732.925.7796

Email: cy53@njit.edu


 


OBJECTIVE:                 To obtain a position that will enable me to utilize my engineering abilities, my strong organizational/ leadership skills, and the knowledge from other experiences to contribute to the company.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE:  

1/2012 – Present         Resident Assistant – NJIT Residence Life

·      Evaluated and responded to the needs of 60+ residents on floor

·      Provided advising on personal, academic, and career concerns

·      Planned and Implemented educational, social, and recreational  programs

·      Enforced and upheld university policies

2/2011 – 9/2012           Center for Academic and Personal Enrichment (CAPE – Learning Center) - Tutor                                  

·      Tutored students from rudimentary math to Calculus III, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Probability and statistics, and more.

·      Additionally tutored Chemistry, Physics, and other subjects during exam times.

9/2010 – Present         NJIT Student Ambassador - Trainer

·      Conducted tours to prospective and admitted students on a weekly basis / train other ambassadors

·      Represent NJIT on and off campus during Open Houses and other events

5/2008 – Present         Scotch Plains Rescue Squad INC. - Volunteer – EMT                                        

·      Responded to 911 calls in Scotch Plains, NJ and neighboring towns.

 

SKILLS:                          Engineering Software: LabView, MATLAB, Simulink, Data Acquisition Toolbox, Robotics Toolbox

Basic Computing: Windows 95/2000/XP/Vista/7, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

 

RESEARCH/PROJECTS:         

9/2012-Present            New Product Development

·      Provisional patent pending: Developed a brand new vascular catheter that will enhance surgeons diagnostic capabilities while performing a surgery;

·      Gained experience in product design, requirement documents, and filing patents.

9/2011-9/2012            Independent Research – Applied Physics w/ Electro-Spinning

·      Studying the unknown fundamentals of a widely used process to create 3D fibrous mats

·      Bringing together fundamentals of many different fields to understand a simple but known process

·      Created a new format for collecting Nano-fibers that yielded a higher density per unit area.

2/2011-5/2011             Medical Device Concept Laboratory

·      Learned and performed basic cell planting and cell culturing

·      Designed different types of 2D and 3D mats for planting cells

5/2010-10/2010          Literature Research for Trigeminal Neuralgia (UMDNJ, Dept. of Neurosurgery)

·      Gathered research on different types of procedures for curing trigeminal neuralgia

9/2009-12/2009          Fine Needle Aspiration Thyroid Biopsy

·      Designed and constructed a robot to perform this task by programming it with MatLab

·      Created and designed a 3D piece to be attached to the robot.

·      The biopsy procedure was presented to the BME department and the project was featured at Fall 2009 NJIT Open House for the BME Department

 

AWARDS/HONORS:    Dean’s List (since enrollment), DCU Scholarship, Presidential Scholarship, Honors Scholarship, National Residence Hall Honorary, Delta Epsilon Iota (Academic Honors Society), Scott Christensen Award

 

EDUCATION:              New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, New Jersey

                                         B.S. Biomedical Engineering (BME), Minoring in Applied Mathematics

                                          Expected Graduation: May   2013

                                          Albert Dorman Honors College - GPA: 3.45

 

ACTIVITIES/LEADERSHIP:       

·         Residence Hall Association, Treasurer [2010-2011], 2 term President [2011-Present]

o   As President for 2 terms, lead the initiative to make the food at campus better

§  Founded and Chaired the Food Committee for 3 years

o   Advised and made recommendation for the construction of a new residence hall

o   Increased activities available to residents by implementing “Friday Nights at ResLife”

o   Addressed many communication issues to the senior administration on behalf of all residents

o   Lead an effort to improve lighting and security in and around campus

·         Emergency Medical Services Society, Co-Founder, President [2011-2012]

o   Educated students about Emergency Medical Services

o   Raised First Aid awareness on campus

·         Alpha Phi Omega (AΦΩ - Service Fraternity), Pledge Educator [2011-2013]

·         National Residence Hall Honorary, Treasurer [2011-Present]

·         Relay For Life, Planning Committee [2010-2012] & Team Captain [2009-2012]

·         Delta Epsilon Iota (DEI – Academic Honor Society), VP of Finance [2011 – 2012]