Ankita George Print


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  Ankita.George@jhuapl.edu

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Degree Field of Study Year Attained Institution Name
BS Electrical and Computer Engineering 2019 Rutgers University

Since joining APL in 2019, I have worked for the Avionics group with a focus on RF applications. I am on the Heliophysics Technology and Instrument Development for Science Program (HTIDS) grant, as a part of the team developing a Multichannel Digitizer and Spectral Processor (MDSP) intended to be used on a SmallSat to observe the Zeeman Effect. I have experience developing MATLAB tools to model the DSP aspects of a system and analyze FFT/PSD test data. In addition, I worked on DART as a test conductor for the IFM, RIUs, PM, and backplane. I performed trending analysis on data collected during testing of the Interface Module (IFM), to characterize telemetry points across temperature and identify anomalous behavior during box level and spacecraft integration and testing (SCIT). I also gave an Engineering Talk to the Avionics group on how to perform data trending.

 
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Start Year End Year Description
2016 2016 Summer Intern; Wireless Information Network Laboratory (WINLAB), North Brunswick, NJ; •Created an IoT Android breathalyzer application on a smart phone to communicate with both an alcohol sensor and a car’s on-board diagnostics to stop the car from starting if the driver is intoxicated •Used an Intel Edison board (Linux-based) to interface with the sensor
2017 2017 Technology Analyst Intern; JPMorgan Chase & Co., Jersey City, NJ; •Worked in a team on full stack application development in SQL, Java, JavaScript, and HTML
2018 2018 Technology Analyst Intern; Credit Suisse, New York City, NY; •Improved prediction tool using Machine Learning and Data Science (Impala SQL and Python) •Developed application in HTML and JavaScript with team of four interns
2019 Current Electrical Engineer (SES/SEE); JHU/APL, Laurel, MD; •Used MATLAB to develop model of atmospheric phenomenon being observed by a SmallSat ADC/FPGA and visualize FFT test results •Worked on RF configurations and set up rig to be used in a satellite communications link for time transfer applications •Designed test procedure to verify performance of a carrier card integrated with a SOM and RFFE •Performed testing on DART and trending to characterize data over time •Modified board for OVP
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