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Justin Lee Chemical Engineering Student

Burlington

JUSTIN LEE

[email protected] 3480 Upper Middle Rd #107, Burlington, ON, L7M 4R9.  647-836-9796
Objective
To obtain a summer internship

 

Education
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario

Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering, May 2019

 

Relevant Coursework:

Ordinary Differential Equation                   Chemical Processes and Systems                Analysis of Process Data

Transport Phenomena Fundamentals           Thermodynamic Properties of Fluids           Fluid Mechanics

Laboratory Projects I                                Engineering Design and Practice II

 

Work History
Natural Gas Leak Surveyor, Hetek Solutions Inc, London                                        May 2017 – September 2017

·       Went through certified extensive training, classroom examinations, and field evaluations annually according to the Canadian Gas Association’s guidelines

·       Use of the world’s leading leak survey instrumentation all of which is tested daily, calibrated and serviced

·       Accurately detected, classified, and documented leakage

·       Performed other duties as deemed necessary by the Team or Crew Leader

 

Projects
Propulsion Vehicles, Winter 2017

·       Designed and prototyped a vehicle propelled by air with pre-determined dimensions

·       Team of four collaborated to combine ideas and construct the vehicle following material restrictions

 

Forest Fire Community Protection System, Winter 2017

·       Weekly meeting with a graduate student and follow by team building workshops

·       Minimum of twice a week group meeting and workshop with once in two weeks of formal progress report submission

·       Formal presentation to demonstrate the final design solution

 

Chemical Process Design, Winter 2017

·       Knowledge extension on reaction engineering, steady-state heat transfer, instrumentation and control loops, and process hazard analysis

·       Grasped the concepts of process flow diagrams (PFDs) and piping and instrumentation diagrams (PIDs)

·       Developed teamwork and leadership from having design meetings and improvisation as a model for innovation development

·       Experiential learning through prototyping, simulation, process trouble shooting, and chemical process hardware

 

Queen’s Water Environment Conference, Winter 2017

·       Speaker session of president and CEO of the United Nations Association in Canada

·       Workshop with an associate from Waterlution

 

Computer and Technical Skills
MATLAB                                              Solid Edge                                            Microsoft Word & Excel

 

References Available Upon Request

Education

2012 / 2019 NA at Queen's University

Experience

2017 May / 2017 September Natural Gas Leak Surveyor at Hetek Solutions INC.