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My name is Tyler Shewbert. I am finishing up my undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, with a focus on power. I currently work with Dr. Keith Corzine’s lab at UCSC and have been involved in several projects involving power electronics, electric machines, and magnetics. I am also an intern and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission working at a wastewater treatment facility. I also have bartended for eight years.

My personal academics interests include magnetics and nuclear-based space propulsion, particularly the use of magnetic nozzles for plasma jets.

Various Personal Websites

Smiocs
Nuclear Power and Propulsion for Space Development
Ravens
The Sea Crows: Cormorants
Bartending

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My name is Tyler Shewbert. I am finishing up my undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, with a focus on power. I currently work with Dr. Keith Corzine’s lab at UCSC and have been involved in several projects involving power electronics, electric machines, and magnetics. I am also an intern and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission working at a wastewater treatment facility. I also have bartended for eight years.

My personal academics interests include magnetics and nuclear-based space propulsion, particularly the use of magnetic nozzles for plasma jets.

Various Personal Websites

Smiocs
Nuclear Power and Propulsion for Space Development
Ravens
The Sea Crows: Cormorants
Bartending

Work Experience and Volunteer Work

Recent Work Experience:

Electronic Technician            Smart Power Group, Santa Cruz

2017-Current

Designed and simulated components, particularly power converters and inverters. Sourcing and purchasing of necessary lab equipment and components. Fabrication and testing of various designs. Designing PCB boards and limited DSP programming for basic control of power converters using IGBTs.

Bartender                              Waterfront Restaurant, San Francisco

2010-Current

Provided solid customer service at a full-service bar that also served food. Knowledgeable of cocktails, spirits, wine, and beer. Helped in development of cocktail menu. Responsible for maintaining all the computer systems in the restaurant.

 Volunteer Work:

Volunteer                               St. Anthony’s Foundation, San Francisco

2010-Current

Helped to counsel men who are recovering from drug addiction and alcoholism.

Education

University of California, Santa Cruz                                                       2015-Current

Major: Electrical Engineering, Power Engineer Concentration                 GPA: 3.60

Relevant Coursework: Power Electronics, Power Systems, RF Hardware, Bioelectronics, Communications Systems, Energy Conversion and Control, Circuits, Signals and Systems, Properties of Electronic Materials, Logic Design, Analog Circuits, Electric and Magnetic Fields, Assembly Language, Communications Systems, Energy Conversion and Control, Introductory Relativity and Quantum Mechanics

 

City College of San Francisco                                                               2011-2015

Degree: Associates in Mathematics, High Honors                                GPA:  3.66

Relevant Coursework: Chemistry, Mechanics, Optics, Thermodynamics, Electricity and Magnetism, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Discrete Mathematics