Electrical engineering is more than simply twisting wires together and running a current through it to create a circuit. When you flip on a light switch or turn on your laptop and connect to the internet, all of that functionality is thanks to an electrical engineer. Check out what some of the best Electrical Engineers ePortfolios look like and what projects they are currently working on!
Bianca Torres is ready to share with the world all she has learned from her time as an Electrical and Computer Engineering student at Cal Poly Pomona. She is eager to put her hard-earned knowledge to use by working on robotics projects.
As a creative self-starter Fawei (Tony) Zhang is looking to take the imagined possibilities and make them a reality through electrical engineering. Following his life motto of “Dream it! Build it!”, Fawei is determined to put all his aspirations for engineering into his career.
According to Dennis Chhun, challenging yourself every day to surpass yesterday’s limits will lead to you improving your abilities. By doing so you are ensuring that you will be better than you were, Dennis uses this method to constantly improve himself as both an individual and as an engineer.
Engineering is about creativity and rethinking a process to make it better and more efficient. Derek Lam showcases his understanding of the complexities of designing and programming and the improvements to solutions that he and his team proposed during the assignments.
Michael Boller shares his drive for success and consistency for challenging projects in his ePortfolio at George Fox University. He plans to attend graduate school and continue moving towards his goal of working in R&D within energy systems.
Peiyuan Xu is studying Electrical Engineering at CSU Long Beach and is eager to prove himself through the projects he completed during his academic career. Mostly experienced with designing, Peiyuan has explored the possibilities of engineering and shows his determination to succeed as an electrical engineer.
Now you have an idea of what students are putting into their engineering ePortfolios.
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