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Atiba J Brereton

age ~37

from Princeton, NJ

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  • Atiba Brereton

Atiba Brereton Phones & Addresses

  • Princeton, NJ
  • Sierra Madre, CA
  • Greenbelt, MD
  • Berwyn Heights, MD

Work

  • Company:
    Howard university
    Aug 2009
  • Address:
    Washington, D.C.
  • Position:
    Research/teaching assistant in the department of mechanical engineering

Education

  • Degree:
    Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
  • School / High School:
    Howard University
    2004 to 2008
  • Specialities:
    Mechanical Engineering

Skills

Visio • Engineering • Program Management • Process Improvement • Cross-functional Team Leadership • Software Documentation • Proposal Writing • Training • Leadership • Solid Modeling • Siemens NX • CAD • Project Planning • Mechanical Engineering

Awards

2013 pace collaboration & innovation challenge - Partners for the advancement of collaborative engineering education (pace)

Industries

Mechanical or Industrial Engineering

Resumes

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Position:
Research/Teaching Assistant in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Howard University
Location:
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Industry:
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
Work:
Howard University - Washington, D.C. since Aug 2009
Research/Teaching Assistant in the Department of Mechanical Engineering

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Network Development Engineering Intern

Pfizer - Terre Haute, Indiana Area May 2006 - Aug 2006
Facilities Engineering Intern
Education:
Howard University 2004 - 2008
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Mechanical Engineering
Howard University
Master of Engineering (M.Eng.), Mechanical Engineering
Skills:
Visio
Engineering
Program Management
Process Improvement
Cross-functional Team Leadership
Software Documentation
Proposal Writing
Training
Leadership
Solid Modeling
Siemens NX
CAD
Project Planning
Mechanical Engineering
Awards:
2013 PACE Collaboration & Innovation Challenge
Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education (PACE)
Washington, DC was ranked number 1 in the United States in 2012 (Schrank et al. 2012) in the following: Yearly delay per auto commuter, Excess fuel per auto commuter, Congestion cost per auto commuter, and Pounds of CO2 produced in congestion per auto commuter. The current mass transportation system in the District of Columbia, and its environs, lacks cohesion. In fact, components of this system, instead of being synergistic, are actually in conflict with each other. The influx of private vehicles due to continued population increase creates the very traffic congestion that renders the public ground transportation less-effective. Lack of effective cohesion between street and rail transportation means that there are instances when neither system runs in-sync with the other. This leads to longer wait times between transfers from one system to the other. In light of these issues, the Howard University collaborative team, comprised of the Departments of Art and Mechanical Engineering were tasked with designing a more effective public transportation system for DC and its environs. In recognizing the importance of the Capital bikeshare program, due to its successful implementation in DC and its expansion to neighboring states linked by the DMV public transportation network, a plan to extend its range through the inclusion of pod cars is proposed. The Howard University collaborative team designed the pod cars and a unique system for dispensing them.

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