Interactive User Interface with PIC18 Microcontroller

This project involves various hardware components as well as the PIC18 with Development Board. The ability for the PIC to obtain virtually simultaneous readings of multiple analog signals was used to determine the position of a joystick. The Liquid …

SDSU EE347 Microcontrollers

The Tea Kettle Temperature Control Project

The aim of this project was to use an MCP7900 thermistor and a PIC18F8722 microcontroller to control the temperature of a tea-kettle using a “bang-bang” approach. What this means is that if the kettle went over a desired temperature the system will …

2014 SDSU SEM Operator

Role: Scanning Electron Microscope Operator Dates Employed: Sep 2014 - May 2015 Employment Duration: 9 mos Location: Brookings, South Dakota Worked in the EECS department. Company Phone: 605-688-4526 Supervisor: Mr. Sternhagen Reason for leaving: Was working too many jobs. I operate a Hitachi S-3400N scanning electron microscope in the Material Characterization Lab (Clean Room, Daktronics Eng. Hall). Features of this system: High and low vacuum operation, Secondary electrons (SE) detector, Backscatter electrons (BSE) detector, Energy dispersive x-ray (EDS).


SDSU EE316 Signals and Systems 1

Analyze RLC circuit with NI myDAQ.

CTS AG Museum Recorder

Purpose: People visiting the AG Museum can record stories from their past. Connected a microphone and GPIO buttons to an older Macintosh computer. One button will start a recording, and the second switch will stop the recording and save a timestamped file.

2014 SDSU Undergrad Research

Biochar from Chicken Feather Composition of the Biochar Slurry on the Electrode Here are the elements that were mixed to make a biochar slurry that could be spread across a nickle current collector. For most of my profile browsers the details are extraneous; however, each component was thoroughly explained in my research report. Vacuum Plasma System Biochar in Plasma Measure Plasma Conposition Coin Cell from Chicken Feather Biochar Nathan Working in Lab

SDSU EE220 Circuits and Machines

2013 SDSU Research Assistant

Role: Research Assistant for Dr. Fan Dates Employed: Mar 2013 - May 2016 Employment Duration: 3 yrs 3 mos Location: Brookings, SD Worked within the EECS department. Company Phone: 605-688-4526 Supervisor: Dr. Fan Reason for Leaving: Starting a new job, higher paying job, at Daktronics. I am building a vacuum sputtering system within a ISO 3 clean-room. I am working independently without supervision; I keep Dr. Fan informed of my progress.