MOHAMMED K. SAADAT

1068 Westshire Place, NW, Apt -F Atlanta, GA 30318 Ph: <H>(404)-870-0619 mohammed.saadat@eislab.gatech.edu

 

To seek full time/co-op position that requires a blend of Engineering, Economics and Business, with significant interest in design, analysis and experimentation.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS STUDIES

GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Atlanta, GA

Master of Science, Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), anticipated graduation date in August 2002 GPA 3.80

 

UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER, Rochester, NY Cum GPA 3.65

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, May 2000, graduated with high distinction. ME GPA 3.55

Bachelor of Arts, Economics, August 2000, graduated with high distinction. ECO GPA 3.80

         Deans List 5 of 6 Academic Semesters and Rush Rhees Scholar, 1995-99

         Completed 2 degrees in 3 years instead of traditional 4 years.

         Presented research findings at National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 1998 and 1999

         Academic All-American, 1998-99 and Scholar Athlete of the Year Award 1998-99

 

WILLIAM E. SIMON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Rochester, NY

Certificate of Management Studies, with Finance and Accounting Tracks, May 1999

 
SELECTED COURSEWORK

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

ENGINEERING INFORMATION SYSTEMS (EIS) LABORATORY, Atlanta, GA

Graduate Research Assistant: Worked in collaboration with The Boeing Company demonstrating design-analysis integration

and interfacing techniques in the development of next generation of structures environment. Sept 2000-present

Systems Administrator: Facilitated the transition from Windows NT to Windows 2000 System with associated disk space

expansion and management operations. Provided technical assistance in troubleshooting, software, network configuration

and communication problems. September 2000-present

WILLIAM E. SIMON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Rochester, NY

Computer Center Manager: Provided technical assistance in troubleshooting computer hardware, software and communication

problems. Monitored and published system performance reports. Managed the staffing requirements: screening, hiring,

scheduling and monitoring of 12 student consultants. Implemented wide-ranging performance and efficiency-enhancing measures. June 2000- August 2000

Computer Consultant: Assisted with hardware, software and networking issues. Assisted in the evaluation and hiring of prospective

computer consultants. Summer1997-May 2000

Center for Optics Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Department Intern: Designed, constructed and tested apparatus

that tested Magnetorheological Fluids in magnetic field. Designed experiments, analyzed data and documented results via technical

reports. Operated computer-controlled machines used to generate ground optical lens. Utilized precision laboratory equipment

including NuView, Zygo Mark IV 3D white light interferometer, Tukon Microindentor, Olympus Microscope, Talysurf profilometer to

analyze optical pieces. Summer 1997- Fall 1998

Publications & Research Experience

          R. S. Peak, M.K.Saadat , N. Udoyen, M. W. Wilson (June, 2001) Design-Analysis Associativity for Airframe Structural Analysis: Techniques

& Tools for a Next-Generation Structures Environment Georgia Tech Project E-15-683, The Boeing Company Contract W 310968 June 2001

         Independently planned and conducted extensive research on the effect of diamond concentration, in microgrinding tool, on surface

finish of optical lens. Winter 1997-Spring 1998

         Independently planned and successfully executed a research project investigating relationship between shape of diamonds

embedded in microgrinding tool and subsurface damage produced in an optical lens. Fall 1998-Spring 1999

 

Activities

         Captain, 1998-2000 and Member, 1996-98, of Varsity Squash Team

         Served as Mechanical Engineering Teaching Assistant, Spring 1997 and Economics Teaching Assistant, Spring 1999

         Member Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society, New York Chapter, 1999-2000

         Served as Resident Advisor, 1998-99; Admissions Tour Guide, Winter 1996

 

SKILLS

         Programming languages: C, PERL, FORTRAN, Introductory JAVA and XML, STEP EXPRESS and SQL

         Software: MS OFFICE, MSC-NASTRAN,ANSYS, IDEAS, CATIA V5, Mathematica, Matlab and ORACLE.

         Graphics and Web Page Development: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Go Live and Internet applications

         Systems: WINDOWS 95, WINDOWS NT, WINDOWS 2000,and UNIX.