Name

Jeremy Wang

Title

Bachelor's Student & Executive Director for the U of T Aerospace Team

Email

jer.wang@mail.utoronto.ca

Resume

Mr. Jeremy Chan-Hao Wang
426 University Avenue, Suite 3703 | Toronto, Ontario, Canada | M5G 1S9
Tel: +1 647-993-2229 | E-mail: jer.wang@mail.utoronto.ca
Online Portfolio: jeremywang.weebly.com | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/jerwang

Career Statement

	Learn, design, inspire—if three words could summarize my journey as a would-be aerospace engineer, you might say these could fly. Experienced in the overall design, manufacture, testing, and integration of hybrid rocket engines, with an interest in propulsion as well as multidisciplinary fields at large. Passionate about outreach initiatives that inform the public about the technological and cultural importance of aerospace. Proven ability to work independently or lead teams to deliver timely and thorough projects. Overall, pursuing a career that will harness my engineering mindset and social consciousness to create value for society.

“I know but one freedom, and that is the freedom of the mind”—Antoine de St. Exupéry
“The purpose of life is a life of purpose”—Robert Byrne

Summary of Qualifications

General Abilities 
Critical thinking; problem-solving; oral and written communication; leadership; project management; teamwork; technical instruction and guidance; public outreach; public speaking
Technical Skills
Programming {Python, Java, MATLAB, C, GCode, Verilog, R}; CAD software {SolidWorks, CADWorks, AutoCAD Inventor 3D}; simulation software {ANSYS, STK, Centaur, DLR Tau}; biochemical lab equipment; manual fabrication {lathe, mill, composite layups}; 3D printing {MakerBot Replicator 2}; visual design {Inkscape, InDesign}; Linux; Microsoft Office
Subject Strengths
Combustion propulsion; computer programming; multidisciplinary research and design; entrepreneurship
Spoken Languages
English; French; Cantonese; German
Personal Qualities
Curious; pragmatic; highly motivated; honest; creative; diligent; compassionate; friendly 

Education

B. A. Sc. in Engineering Science, Major in Aerospace Engineering, University of Toronto
Key Subjects: fundamental aeronautics and astronautics, robotics, aircraft and spacecraft design, propulsion, programming {Python, C, MATLAB, Verilog, R}  	Sep. 2013—Present
OSSD with Honours, Gifted Program, Don Mills Collegiate Institute
Key Subjects: mathematics, science, languages, programming {Python, Java}	Sep. 2009—Jun. 2013

Licences & Certifications

Amateur Radio Operator Licence Basic Qualification, Industry Canada	Apr. 2015—No Expiry
Systems Toolkit (STK) Mission Modelling Certification, Analytical Graphics, Inc.	Feb. 2014—No Expiry
Basic Machining Certification, George Brown College	Nov. 2014—No Expiry
Driver’s Licence G1, Government of Ontario	Jul. 2014—Jul. 2019
Standard First Aid and CPR-C Certification, Canadian Red Cross	Jul. 2013—Jul. 2016




Professional Experience

Executive Director, University of Toronto Aerospace Team (UTAT)	May 2015—Present
•	Provide overall team direction, project and resource management, growth of an international portfolio of over 30 sponsors and partners, external representation, and technical as well as leadership guidance to U of T’s largest student design team, comprising 89 members spread across 5 divisions (aerial robotics, unmanned aerial vehicles, rocketry, space systems, and outreach).
•	Advise especially on design {SolidWorks, CADWorks} performance modelling and optimization {MATLAB, ANSYS}, fabrication {lathe, mill, composite layups}, testing, and design optimization in UTAT’s hybrid rocket programme.
Space Systems Researcher, Space Safety and Sustainability Group, Generation Advisory Council (SGAC)	Feb. 2015—Present
•	Collaborate with international team of 7 researchers and professionals to design system requirements, develop economic models, and recommend legal policies for modular, accessible, and on-orbit serviceable spacecraft in support of future space missions. 
Aerospace Research Advisor, Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF)	Nov. 2014—Present
•	Advise on the ongoing development of Horizon 3 (10-30 years from now) enabling technologies being investigated by the RCAF, as part of the academia-industry-government Emerging Skies Initiative.
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer, PowerWring Inc.	Apr. 2014—Present
•	Co-founded an award-winning start-up with three colleagues, based on a product that doubles the efficiency and halves the risk of physical injury of mop wringers used in the caretaking industry.
•	Execute business presentations, manage and perform research and development {SolidWorks, ANSYS, MakerBot Replicator 2}, ensure technology development is financially sustainable and compliant with relevant laws, and participate in the overall direction of the company.
Propulsion Research & Engineering Intern, Fluid and Structures Group, Institute of Space Propulsion, German Aerospace Center (DLR)	May 2015—Aug. 2015
•	Performed research and design for DLR’s programme on enabling nozzle concepts, including CFD grid simplification studies {AutoCad Inventor 3D, Centaur, DLR TAU-solver}, experimental design, Schlieren image and numerical data analysis tool development {MATLAB}, and contour optimization of film-cooled dual-bell nozzles {C}. 
Rocket Propulsion Subdivision Lead, Rocketry Division, University of Toronto Aerospace Team (UTAT) 	Sep. 2014—Apr. 2015
•	Managed and mentored a team of 10 undergraduate and graduate students applying advanced chemistry, fluid mechanics, solid modelling {SolidWorks, CADWorks}, computer simulation {MATLAB, ANSYS}, fabrication {lathe, mill, composite layups}, and other relevant disciplines to the design and testing of “Charzard I” a custom N-class, 300-lbf paraffin-N2O engine for use in the “Helios I” sounding rocket carrying a CubeSat 1U payload to 10 000ft.
Founder & Director of Outreach, Outreach Division, University of Toronto Aerospace Team (UTAT)	Jan. 2014—Jan. 2015
•	Founded the internationally recognized Outreach Division to showcase UTAT at external events and educate the Canadian public in aerospace, STEM, and critical thinking.
•	Led a team of 7 students in implementing recruitment and educational outreach activities and materials {InDesign, Inkscape}, including 3 local and international conferences and numerous industry seminars, design showcases, memoranda of understanding, media releases, and high school workshops and co-op placements that in total directly impacted over 2000 individuals in the Division’s inaugural year.
Chair on behalf of the University of Toronto, Toronto Students for the Advancement of Aerospace (TSAA)	Jan. 2014—Jan. 2015
•	Managed a team of 8 students in planning the award-winning, second-annual TSAA conference “Expanding Horizons”, including speaker acquisition, logistics, sponsorship, and developing promotional materials {InDesign}. The conference was a University of Toronto-Ryerson University platform for technical discussions and career development for 80 attending young professionals and 13 distinguished speakers.
International Astronautical Congress (IAC) Coordinator, 13th Space Generation Congress (SGC), Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC)	Feb. 2014—Oct. 2014
•	Facilitated congress collaborations between IAC and SGC staff; coordinated the SGAC’s booth, Global Networking Forum session, and various logistics at the 65th IAC; and helped attract speakers and delegates to both the 13th SGC and 65th IAC held in Toronto.
Rocket Propulsion Subdivision Specialist, Rocketry Division, University of Toronto Aerospace Team (UTAT)	Sep. 2013—Aug. 2014
•	Collaborated with a diverse team of propulsion specialists to apply advanced mechanics, fluid dynamics, chemistry, solid modelling {SolidWorks}, fabrication {composite layups}, and computer simulation {MATLAB}to the design and testing of “Bia II”, an N-class paraffin-Al-N¬2O rocket engine designed to power the “Eos II” rocket in taking a 4.5kg payload to 10 000ft.
Research Assistant, VISOR Research Laboratory, York University	Aug. 2012
•	Performed image and numerical data analysis {MATLAB}, and consulted with researchers to develop image processing tools for sense-and-avoid applications. The project was highly successful and has since been continued for product development at the National Research Council of Canada.

Book Publications (titles are bolded)

[1]	(Accepted) N. Yang, J. Wang, R. Williams, and S. Wu, "PowerWring," to be published in A Brief Guide to Writing in Engineering, p. (TBD), Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom, 2015.
[2]	J. Wang, "Tree of Life," published in On Familiar Shores, p. 7, Poetry Institute of Canada, Victoria, Canada, 2013.

Journal Publications (titles are bolded)

[3]	J. Osborne, A. Ghosh, A. De Biasi, H. Lau, J. Wang, “The Design and Testing of a Student-Built Paraffin-Aluminum-Nitrous Oxide Hybrid Sounding Rocket,” published in Galbraith Society Undergraduate Engineering Journal, Vol. 1, p. (TBD), Galbraith Society, Toronto, Canada, 2015.

Technical Reports (titles are bolded)

[4]	University of Toronto Aerospace Team, “Final Report: Helios I Hybrid Sounding Rocket,” papered at 10th Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition, Experimental Sounding Rocket Association, Green River, United States of America, 2015.
[5]	University of Toronto Aerospace Team, “Final Report: Eos II Hybrid Sounding Rocket,” papered at 9th Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition, Experimental Sounding Rocket Association, Green River, United States of America, 2014.
[6]	Industry Working Group, "Entrepreneurship in the Space Industry," papered in SGAC Annual Report 2014, United Nations Space Generation Advisory Council, Vienna, Austria, 2014.
[7]	N. Yang, J. Wang, R. Williams, S. Wu, “Improving Resource Usage and Distribution among Downtown Toronto Drop-in Sites,” Request for Proposal for ESC101 Praxis Engineering Design, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 2014.

Conference Presentations & Papers (titles are bolded)

[8]	(Accepted) A. Ghosh, A. De Biasi, J. Wang, T. Leung, “The Design and Organizational Approach to a Student-Built Paraffin-Nitrous Oxide Hybrid Sounding Rocket,” to be papered at 66th International Astronautical Congress, International Astronautical Federation, Jerusalem, Israel, 2015.
[9]	(Accepted) A. Rivolta, et al., “International Spacecraft Design Policies for On-Orbit Servicing” to be papered at 66th International Astronautical Congress, International Astronautical Federation, Jerusalem, Israel, 2015.
[10]	J. Wang, “Experimental Design and Image Processing Tool Development for Flow Separation Studies in Subscale Rocket Nozzles,” presented at Undergraduate Engineering Research Day Conference, University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Toronto, Canada, 2015.
[11]	J. Wang, T. Leung, “Research, Design, and Testing of Sounding Rocket Engines” presented at 10th Annual Engineering Science Education Conference, University of Toronto Division of Engineering Science, Toronto, Canada, 2015.
[12]	J. Wang, “The Development of a Student-built Hybrid Sounding Rocket,” presented at Undergraduate Engineering Research Day Conference, University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Toronto, Canada, 2014.
[13]	N. Yang, J. Wang, R. Williams, S. Wu, “PowerWring,” presented at Hatchery Demonstration Day, University of Toronto Entrepreneurship Hatchery, Toronto, Canada, 2014.
[14]	J. Wang, “C’est quoi la vie?,” presented at Concours d’Art Oratoire, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, 2012.

Patents (titles are bolded)

[15]	(Filed) N. Yang, R. Williams, S. Wu, and J. Wang, "Method and Device for Wringing a Mop". United States of America & Canada Patents 62/048,332, 8 April 2015.

Invited Colloquia (titles are bolded)

[16]	J. Wang, “How to Design Aircraft, Rockets, and Satellites as a Student,” Presentation at Space Propulsion Speaker Series, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Lampoldshausen, Germany, Jun. 2015.
[17]	J. Wang, “Aerospace Engineering and the Foundations of Astronomical Discoveries,” Presentation at Astronomy Day, Ontario Science Centre, Toronto, Canada, Apr. 2015.
[18]	J. Wang, A. Malone, W. Liu, “The SAGAN autonomous Connect Four-playing robot,” Presentation at Multidisciplinary Engineering Design Showcase, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, Mar. 2015.
[19]	J. Wang, “Chemistry and Interdisciplinary Engineering in Aerospace,” Lecture at Grades 11 and 12 Gifted Chemistry and Physics Classes, Don Mills Collegiate Institute, Toronto, Canada, Mar. 2015.
[20]	N. Yang, J. Wang, R. Williams, S. Wu, “From Engineering Design to Engineering Entrepreneurship,” Lecture at ESC101 Praxis Engineering Design, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, Oct. 2014.
[21]	M. Rathnasabapathy, J.-D. Wörner, J. Wang, C. Kessler, A. Boese, T. Merali, N. Bovet, “Launching Students and Minorities into the Space Profession”, Discussion Panel at 65th International Astronautical Congress’ Global Networking Forum, International Astronautical Federation, Toronto, Canada, Oct. 2014.
[22]	J. Wang, “Diving into Aerodynamic Stability: an Introduction to Flight Dynamics,” Lecture at Da Vinci Engineering Enrichment Program, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, Jul. 2014.
[23]	J. Wang, “Clairvoyance: an Introduction to Aerospace Engineering,” Plenary at University of Toronto Space Design Conference 2014, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, Jun. 2014.

Scholarships & Grants (offeror in subtitle)

Space Propulsion Research Fellowship, German Aerospace Center (DLR)	3000 CAD	May 2015
Engineering Science Exceptional Opportunities Grant, University of Toronto	3000 CAD	May 2015
Orozco Prize for Entrepreneurship, University of Toronto	2 500 CAD	Sep. 2014
Engineering Leadership Scholarship, University of Toronto	3 700 CAD	Jul. 2014
President’s Entrance Scholarship, University of Toronto	2 000 CAD	Sep. 2013
University of Toronto Scholar, University of Toronto	5 000 CAD	Sep. 2013
Concours d’Art Oratoire National Champion Scholarship, University of Ottawa	20 000 CAD	May 2012
Honours & Awards

Best Presentation: Mechanical & Aerospace Category, Undergraduate Engineering Research Day Conference, University of Toronto	Aug. 2015
Outstanding Initiative or Vision for Campus Club or Organization, Office of Student Life,  University of Toronto	Apr. 2015
3M National Student Fellowship Nominee, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, University of Toronto	Jan. 2015
Dean’s Honour List, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, University of Toronto	2013, -14, -15
Best Professional Event: TSAA Conference 2014, Ryerson University	Mar. 2015
Member of the Month, Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC)	Nov. 2014
R. Gilbert Moore Award for Innovation (Eos II Hybrid Sounding Rocket), Experimental Sounding Rocket Association (ESRA)	Jul. 2014
Mentor for the 1st Place Senior Team, U of T Space Design Contest, University of Toronto	May 2014
Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong Community Spirit Award, City of Toronto	Jun. 2013
W. L. Turnbull Award for Language & Communication, Don Mills Collegiate Institute	Jun. 2013
Chemistry, English, and French Academic Excellence Awards, Don Mills Collegiate Institute	Jun. 2013
2nd Place Senior Debate Team, Ontario Pro-Con Debating Forum	Apr. 2013
1st Place Operations Research Solutions, The Operations Research Challenge, Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto	Mar. 2013
1st Place Poem, Canadian National Poetry Contest, Poetry Institute of Canada	Mar. 2013
1st Place (Canada) and 10th Place (World) Science Competitor, World Education Games	Mar. 2013
2nd Place (Canada) and 16th Place (World) Literacy Competitor, World Education Games	Mar. 2013
3rd Place (Canada) Mathematics Competitor, World Education Games	Mar. 2013
1st Place Chemical Forensics Team, McMaster Science & Engineering Olympics, Faculty of Engineering, McMaster University	Oct. 2012
Outstanding Volunteer Service Award, Department of Human Resources, Providence Healthcare	Sep. 2012
Top 5% of Chemistry Competitors, Avogadro Chemistry Exam, Faculty of Science, University of Waterloo	May 2012
1st Place Core French Speech, Concours d’Art Oratoire, University of Ottawa	May 2012
Emblem of the Texture of Canada, Government of Canada	May 2012
Build Character, Build Success Award, Toronto District School Board (TDSB)	Jun. 2012
Chemistry Club Leadership Award, Don Mills Collegiate Institute	Jun. 2012
Peer Tutoring Leadership Award, Don Mills Collegiate Institute	Jun. 2012
Top Physics Scorer, American Association for Physics Teachers (AAPT) Physics Bowl Contest	Apr. 2012

Co-Curricular and Community Involvement

Engineering Club Leaders’ Roundtable, University of Toronto	Aug. 2015—Present
Student Member & Author, International Astronautical Federation (IAF)	Mar. 2015—Present
U of T Chapter Officer & Political Advocacy Committee (PAC) Officer, Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) Canada	Feb. 2015—Present
Student Member, American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)	Dec. 2014—Present
Engineering Science Academic Advisory Board Member, University of Toronto	Nov. 2014—Present
Critical Friend, HEQCO Study on Underrepresentation in Universities, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education	Sep. 2014—Apr. 2015
Judging Panel Member, InnovaMasters Design & Entrepreneurship Competition	Mar. 2015
Engineering Orientation Week Leader, University of Toronto	Sep. 2014
Engineering Design Mentor, U of T Space Design Contest, University of Toronto	Sep. 2013—May 2014
Arts & Culture Writer, The Cannon Newspaper, University of Toronto	Sep. 2013—Apr. 2014
Tournament Debater, Ontario Pro-Con Debating Forum	Sep. 2012—Jun. 2013
Co-President, Chemistry Club, Don Mills Collegiate Institute	Sep. 2012—Jun. 2013
Vice-President, Peer Tutoring Program, Don Mills Collegiate Institute	Sep. 2011—Jun. 2013

Leisure Interests & Activities

Arts and Culture
Playing and composing piano music; science and military history; learning new academic subjects and languages
Athletics
Competitive water polo; swimming
Society
Formal debates; public speaking; networking; discussing ideas with colleagues
Hobbies
Cooking (and eating) new foods; high-power rocketry

References available upon request