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									                                                                                                                   Victoria Kaiser
                                                                                                        9880 Tonawanda Creek Road,
                                                                                                           Clarence Center, NY 14032
                                                                                                 716.480.9873 •
Education          Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering          May 2008
                   University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
                   Minor: Mathematics
                   Masters of Science, Electrical Engineering           May 2010
                   Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

Professional       USRP Intern, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston (Spring Semester 2009)
Experiences        Hourly Teaching Assistant (Lab), Rutgers University Biomedical Dept, Piscataway (Fall Semester 2008)
                   Hourly Teaching Assistant, Rutgers University Biomedical Dept, Piscataway (Fall Semester 2008)
                   Electronics Intern, Fisher Price, East Aurora (Summer 2008)
                   Student Assistant, University at Buffalo Dept of Computer Science and Engineering, Buffalo, (Spring Semester
                   Research Assistant, University at Buffalo Dept of Electrical Engineering, Buffalo, (Summer 2006, 2007)
                   Student Assistant, University at Buffalo Dept of Electrical Engineering, Buffalo (Fall Semesters 2005-2007)

Skills/Abilities   Design and Development
                        Designed and developed electronics and software for several lines of children’s toys for Fisher Price,
                         including individual toys that can interact with each other
                        Designed, built and tested a system intended to measure water quality, weather conditions and current flow,
                         then transmit that data to a computer for processing.
                        Designed and developed an interactive sensory room for the Center for Handicapped Children
                        Designed and developed an analog liquid level detection system using a bubbler, with analog alerts at half
                         full, full, and over-full
                        Worked on a Multilateration System to track First Responders in a building
                           Student teaching assistant for 3 semesters in the “Introduction to Engineering” lab, planning material to
                            present, grading two exams and a term paper, and being familiar in all the software and multi-disciplinary
                            case studies to provide assistance and troubleshooting during the lab sections
                           Student teaching assistant for junior-level microprocessor labs associated with Intro to Microprocessors.
                            Included grading reports, and experiments
                          Coach for gymnastics at recreational, competition and high school levels. Worked with students from age 2
                           to age 30, and students with neurological and chromosomal disorders.
                           Served as senior member in ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) guiding the concrete canoe project,
                            and competition.
                           Student chapter member of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers)
                           Student member and fundraising assistant for ESB (Engineering Society of Buffalo)
                           Active member of Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honors Society
                           Cornell Cooperative Extension volunteer 4H leader and evaluator
                           Assistant student coordinator for United Space Alliance Habitat for Humanity
Computer Skills
                           Tcl/Tk, Trick, Edge, AC3D, C++, Assembly, MS Basic, Java, DemMaker
                           Microsoft Office, Open Office, Linux(CentOS, RedHat), Unix, Windows
Awards             Graduated Magna Cum Laude, Dean’s list (8 semesters), Engineering Dean’s list (8 semesters),
                           Tau Beta Pi honors, ESB Scholarship recipient (4 years)

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