Naoki J. Kitamura Permanent address 422 Plateau Avenue 2F
(201) 450-6098 Fort Lee, NJ 07024
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  • 1. Naoki J. Kitamura Permanent address 422 Plateau Avenue 2F (201) 450-6098 Fort Lee, NJ 07024 Education_________________________________________________________________________ Binghamton University, State University of New York Bachelor of Science: Electrical Engineering Cumulative GPA 3.25/4.0 Master of Science: ElectricalEngineering Cumulative GPA 3.3/4.0 Skills______________________________________________________________________________ Computer: MATLAB, C Programming, Verilog, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, PSPICE, EAGLE Languages: Fluent in English and Japanese In-Class Projects____________________________________________________________________ Solar Cell Photo Absorbers Spring2015 Project  Compared solar cell coated substrate by using chemical body deposition to find a substance that could improve its morphology.  For students that will be taking over this experiment, I wrote a new procedure for the experiment that will work under a new equipment. WCP19 – Flight of the Honeybee Fall 2013-Spring 2014 Senior Design Lab  Designed an accurate model of a Honeybee’s dynamic flight pattern which will teach children from ages 2-12.  Managed the flow of the project progression to under the budget by 50%.  Successfully designed two separate models; One for replicating the movement of the honeybee’s wing and the second to explain the dynamics behind the flight. Digital Multi-processor Spring 2014 Digital System Design II  Developed/coded a simple multi-core processor that will execute an ALU and optimized for the minimum latency.  Competed against other groups in class, resulted 2nd in the latency category. Robotic Competition Spring 2013 Junior Design Lab  Designed the cheapest robot that meets all the requirements in order to participate in the competition by simplifying the circuit to decrease the amount of parts needed to build the robot.  Implemented the gaming board and change the LED to its team color to compete. Leadership Program_________________ _______________________________________________ Treasurer – Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity Fall 2012  Managed the finance of the organization and allocated money towards events that will be beneficial towards the organization and the members.  Created a new system for the new board member to understand the position as a treasurer to avoid monetary issues.  Participated in community service events including highway and park cleanups, blood drives, and book drives. Theta Tau Leadership Academy Summer 2013  Learned Leadership Tools that the leaders could use to develop the group into positive cooperating team and progress the meeting efficiently.  Communicated and worked with other national members to practice interpersonal skills within a project competition.

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