Luke Malin

University of Coventry

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Luke Malin

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Aspirational engineering undergraduate with a range of software competences and excellent interpersonal skills. Enthusiastic towards challenges, with a logical and methodical approach to problem solving. Experience in Manufacturing Logistics, in Germany, where I demonstrated project management, CAD and language skills.\n\nPassionate about new technologies that address current international energy concerns, such as co-generation, or combined heat and power (CHP) which recovers heat from conventional energy generation methods. Keen to learn new methods to aid stall of global carbon emissions, such as carbon capture and sequestration (CCS). Indeed an avid follower of renewable energies, particularly large-scale wind, having just completed my individual project on wind turbine design.\n\nI'm interested to see fuel cell and electric vehicles (EV) developing and finding their place in the automotive market. I've followed the development of EV's since the Tesla Roadster and other developments like Ecotricity's Nemisis car and their Ion horse motorbike. Intrigued by the new supercars (McLaren P1, Porsche 918) that turn hybrid drive into an aggressively sporty technology. Currently seeking an engineering placement within the energy sector.\n\nI enjoy being active, including cycling and snowboarding. I love to read novels and factual books.\n\nSpecialities: CAD, Design, Communication

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  • UK Citizen

Education

  • University of Coventry - Masters in Engineering mechanical
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    Discipline(s):
    • Engineering mechanical
    Degree Level:
    Masters

Employment

  • Company Name:
    Manufacturing Logistics Intern at E.G.O. Elektro-Ger\u00e4tebau GmbH
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    Description:

    \uf0b7 Project Management; overall responsibility for various factory improvement projects resulting in improved working ergonomics and increased speed of distribution.\r\n\uf0b7 German language; worked in a German speaking environment and assisted in translating German to English documents.\r\n\uf0b7 Catia, CAD; modelled a thermostat from technical drawings to aid customer product demonstration and modelled various new factory tools for colleagues.\r\n\uf0b7 Logistics Analysis; tracking component failures and making their transport safer.\r\n\uf0b7 Assembly Evaluation; new gas thermostat for manufacturing process.\r\n\uf0b7 Just-In-Time production; Kanban scheduling of component batches from main warehouse to factory storage area, improved tracking of stock and better use of factory storage area.

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