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KISHEN GANGALA SRINIVAS

#310 S Kendall Ave, Apt 22. Kalamazoo- 49006


Cell: (269) 6497004
E-mail: kishen.gs@gmail.com

UP AND COMING ELECTRICAL ENGINEER


Emphasis Communication and Signal Processing

MSEE in Electrical Engineering with

Demonstrated ability of learning new systems quickly and applying the skills to meet business
goals on time
Proven ability to contribute as a team player and communicate with other engineers as well
as with non-technical people

EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL ENRICHMENT

Master of Science (MSEE), Western Michigan University Pursuing Masters,


specialization in Communication and Signal Processing.
BSEEE Completed August 2013, at RNSIT (affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological
University) Belgaum, India.
COURSE WORK AND KEY INTEREST AREAS

Digital Signal Processing


Communication System
Digital Image Processing
MEMS -1

Biomedical Signal Processing and Instrumentation


ASIC Design
Independent Research
Power Electronics.

PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Bharat Electronics Limited - India

May 2013 June 2013

Internship with Emphasis on Communication Systems


One of the few Electrical engineers selected for the internship. Worked on Autonomous Car
Parking. RC car was built and ultra-sensors were used and it was programmed using microcontroller to park the car parallel to the curb by itself.
SKILLSET

Programming languages

C, C++

CAD Tools

Xilinx ISE, PSPICE, Mentor Graphics, MATLAB

Simulation/Debugging
Tools

ISIM, active HDL, MODELSIM, XILINX CHIPSCOPE, NoICE


Debugger

Scripting tools

Tcl, Perl Shell scripting

HDL

Verilog, VHDL

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PROJECTS COMPLETED

Autonomous Car Parking:

Created an RC car that can identify the car space and park itself.
The RC car checks for sufficient space by making use to the distance sensors.
Intelligently identifies the space of the parking bay and parks the car parallel
automatically.
Embedded Microcontroller and motor driver used to process the sensor signal and
control the wheels of car smartly and efficiently.
DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING AN IEEE SINGLE PRECISION FLOATING POINT
UNIT:

In this project we worked in a team of two to design develop and implement an IEEE
Floating point adder and subtractor circuit that can either carry out add or subtract and
complies with the IEEE single precision floating point format.

The standard specifies a 32- bit word, with the first bit as the sign bit, the next eight bits
are the exponent bits and the last 23 bits are the fraction. The Design Coding also
included coding for the exceptional or special cases in the IEEE single precision floating
point format and also normalization of operands were done if required.

The whole system was implemented on the FPGA (Nexys3) and the correctness of the
operation was measured. The RTL design coding was done using VHDL.The challenging
part of the design was to effectively use the available features in the board to implement
the design in Hardware.
Remotely viewable Heart Rate of a patient and tracking ambulance using GSM and
GPS Module:

Monitoring the Patient health (Heart Rate) instantaneously using the Heartbeat sensor.
Tracking the Ambulance using GPS, which is carrying the patient and communicating to
the authorized person in the hospital using GSM system.
Parameters sent are heartbeat rate, humidity and temperature.
Wireless Sensor Network Based Patient Monitoring System:

Remotely monitoring physical parameters like ECG, EMG signals using Bitalino Board.
These signals are transmitted wirelessly using Bluetooth module to the PC.
3-Axis accelerometer was used to monitor the patient body moments wirelessly.
Web server page was created for acquisition of these bio signals.

ACADEMIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Assistant for Undergraduate courses Signal Processing and Communication.

Mentoring Undergraduate students in the completion of their Senior Design Project.

Active participant in various technical events such as workshops or symposium.


REFERENCES

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Available on Request

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