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       Madhav Patil

2636 South Main St, Waterbury, CT, 06706.                                                    Email: - patilmadhav1@yahoo.com,

Cell Phone: +1(203)-572-4551.                                                                                       mpatil@my.bridgeport.edu 


 

    Objective: Getting into an organization that offers a bright career and growth, where my knowledge and skills can be explored for the growth of the Organization, while being resourceful and flexible.

    

    Expertise:

·      4+ year of overall experience in the field of Planning and executing all phase of Control system development including hardware and software design.

·      Expertise in PLC programming (Allen Bradley, Mitsubishi, Siemens, Click-Direct)  

·      PLC operation through remote location by Ethernet/SCADA/OPC Server.

·      VFD/Servo Motors/Dc Motors controlling & applications with linear actuator.

·      HMI Design Using E-Designer/Factory Talk View/Panel Mate.

·      Proficient in Mat-lab version 2008, AutoCAD, C++, Lab view version 8. SAP-MM

·      Expertise in Robotic arm programming and Cognex vision system design.

·      Experience with Electrical control system design, installation & programming.

·      Allan Bradley- SLC-500/5000 & Mitsubishi 3G programming.

·      Excellent Knowledge and understanding of Transducers, Sensors, Valves, Pressure gauge, Flow meters.            

·      Excellent inter-personal and leadership skills and Proactive problem predicting and resolving skills with quality conscience.

    Education:      

                        University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut,                                          Expected – December 2014

                        PhD, Computer Science and Engineering,                                                    Current GPA: 3.33

                        Concentration: Robotic and Automation    

                       

University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut,                                          December 2008

                        Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering,                                              GPA: 3.70

                        Concentration: Controls and Automation                                                           


North Maharashtra University, Jalgoan, Maharashtra, India,                            June 2006  

Bachelors of Engineering in Instrumentation,                                                GPA: 3.85

Concentration: Controls and Automation                                                           

    Technical Skills:         

Hardware: PC-Based Systems, Transducers, Touch-screen Devices, Voltmeter, Hydraulic and    Pneumatic components, HMI, ROBO Cylinder, Servo Motor, Stepper Motor, 

                   Robot Platforms Design.

Operating system: Windows 95/98/2000/XP/ Vista

Languages/Modeling:  C, C++, SQL, Mat-lab, Auto-cad, Lab View, PSPICE, PIC16F84.

PLC Platform: Mitsubishi GX/FX Developer, Allen Bradley RS Logix 5/500/5000, ABB, Siemens.

Robot Programming: Mitsubishi RV-M1 Robot, FANUC Robots, TT Robot.

HMI Platform: Mitsubishi E Designer, AB’s Factory Talk and Cutler Hammer Panel Mate, Pro-face.

Lab Skills: Control Panel Design, Soldering & Wiring, Electronic Circuit Design.

Application: Microsoft Office, Microsoft Visio, SAP-MM, Servo Amplifier, VFD.     

    Experience:

          Position- Adjunct Faculty                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2010 - Present

          Electrical Engineering Department, School of Engineering,

          University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT, 06604                                                             

·         As an Instructor, my role is to teach course assigned to me, conduct final exam and grade students according to their performance in the class and final exam. As an Instructor, I have           taught the following courses: Control Lab, Advance PLC, PLC, Industrial Control, Industrial Process Control and Instrumentation.  

·         Organized Lab (Industrial Automation & Controls Products).

·         Developed/Maintained Control Panel, Schematic, and PLC Logic for new/existing projects.

·         Maintained Bill of material/documentations for different kinds of instruments/devices.

·         Maintaining all Project Documentations According to TS & ISO standards.

·         Worked on outsource Project from different industries based upon Automation and control.

·         Developing ideas/projects/assignments that meet/help students to understand application of Industrial Automation and Controls products in real world.

Projects completed at university of Bridgeport.

  Ø Swarm Robot Hardware implementation.

  Ø Design and integrate TT Robot with PLC for Biomedical application.  

  Ø Implemented Conveyor line for sorting out metal and non metal part by using sensors and controlling the    system with Allen-Bradley Micrologix PLC.

  Ø Integration of VFD, Induction Motor, HMI with Compactlogix PLC as well as SLC 5/03 PLC for controlling the Speed of Motor with load cell application.

  Ø Integration of ROBO Cylinder and Cognex vision system with PLC for Universal Quality Control and raw material inspection.

  Ø Implementation of Step ladder logic and optimization of robotic conveyor line - Mitsubishi Robot, Mitsubishi Fx3G PLC, Mitsubishi E-1041 HMI (SCADA like implementation) and                            COGNEX vision camera system.

  Ø Integrated COGNEX Vision system with Robotic arm for picks and place application.

  Ø Integrated EASY-VEEP with Allen-Bradley and Mitsubishi and developed programs for student   assignments. 

  Ø Designed hardware architecture for PLC I/O’s modules, sensors, and cable.

 Ø Designed Various HMI Screens in E-designer, Factory Talk VIEW/Panel Mate.

 Ø Developed, maintained control panel schematics, Logic for new/existing projects.

 Ø Integrated PLC with Servo Motor using amplifier for precise movement application with Linear Actuator.

 Ø Worked on ROBO-Actuator (IAI) Programming with Allan Bradley PLC SLC-500.

 Ø Designed and installed system for speed control and load cell application of 3 phase motor using Variable  Frequency Drive and created ladder logic for Allen Bradley SLC 5/03 which is            operate on Network (Ethernet) through HMI (Cutler Hammer).

               Position- Control/Instrumentation Engineer          

               Shri. Satpuda Tapi Parisar Sahakari Sakar Karakhana, INDIA                                                                                                                                              July 2006 – June 2007

·   Worked on programming, troubleshooting and maintenance of Allen-Bradley PLC (RSlogix500) ML-1000, ABB PLC, SCADA, HMI, AC/DC drives, hardware system, Temperature and Flow switches.

·   Installation & Commissioning activities like inspection of instrument cabinets, proper installation & trouble shooting of field instruments and control loops.

·   Controlled and managed flow meters, valves, pressure gauge, temperature sensors.

·   Calibrated instruments like D/P transmitter, temperature transmitter, PID controller based on industrial standards.

·   Maintained proper installation and handling of   I/O cards in the instrument panels.

·   Prepared general assembly, process, electrical, instrumentation diagrams(P&ID), and design layouts for new or existing projects or proposals according to instructions from senior managers

·   Performed Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) with client.

    Academic Project:     

            University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT.

                 PC Based Wireless Robot:-

§ Embedded wireless video camera on robot is used to capture videos, and captured images can be viewed on remote PC.

§ Developed the PCB design using lab-view and developed the program 

            North Maharashtra University, Jalgoan, Maharashtra, India

                 PLC based Soft Drink Dispensing Machine:-

§ A Touch screen PLC (Allen-Bradley/ABB) provides a user interface to control equipment with minimal human interaction.

§ The I/O module can be used to gather information about the Drink Dispenser by reading the outputs of sensors, such as temperature sensors and level sensors.

§ Developed I/O lists, P&ID's, Instrument lists, Control Panel Drawings and Network /Communications Diagrams

    Publication and Presentation:-

              Conference:

1.  Madhav Patil, Tamer Abukhalil, Tarek Sobh, "Design and Implementation of Heterogeneous Robot Swarm ". In the proceedings of the ASEE 2014 Zone I Conference, April 3-5, 2014, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT, USA.

2. Tamer Abukhalil, Madhav Patil and Tarek Sobh, "UBSwarm: Design of a Software Environment to Deploy Multiple Decentralized Robots". In the proceedings of the ASEE 2014 Zone I Conference, April 3-5, 2014, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT, USA

3.  Madhav Patil, Tamer Abukhalil, Tarek Sobh, "Hardware Architecture review of Swarm Robotic Systems Self Reconfigurability, Self Reassembly and Self Replication". In the proceedings of the International Conference on Industrial Electronics, Technology & Automation (IETA), December 2012.

4. Tamer Abukhalil, Tarek Sobh and Madhav Patil, "Survey on Decentralized Modular Swarm Robots and Control Interfaces". In the proceedings of the International Conference on Systems, Computing Sciences and Software Engineering (SCSS), December 2012.

5. Madhav D Patil, Akash K Sheth, and Jack Toporovsky, “Integration of Cognex Vision System and ROBO-Cylinder to Reduce the Rework and Process Cost for Raw Material Inspection and Quality Control”. In the proceedings of the ASEE-NE Section Conference, 2011.

6. Akash K Sheth, Madhav D Patil and Jack Toporovsky, “Implementation of a Robotic Conveyor Assembly Line with Vision Camera Using Two Different Coding Techniques and Comparison of Their Performance Parameters”. In the proceedings of the ASEE-NE Section Conference, 2011.

              Journal Publication:

1. Madhav Patil, Tamer Abukhalil, and Tarek Sobh, “Hardware Architecture Review of Swarm Robotics System: Self-Reconfigurability, Self-Reassembly, and Self-Replication”, ISRN Robotics, vol. 2013, Article ID 849606, 11 pages, 2013. doi:10.5402/2013/849606

2. Tamer Abukhalil, Madhav Patil and Tarek Sobh, "Survey on Decentralized Modular Swarm Robots and Control Interfaces", International Journal of Engineering (IJE), Volume 7, Number 2, pp 44-73, 30 June 2013.

3. Madhav Patil, Jack Toporovsky, Lawrence Hmurcik and Tarek Sobh, "Integration of Vision System, Intelligent Robo-Actuator, HMI and PLC to Design a Universal Quality Inspection or Control Machine”, I-Manager Journal on Mechanical Engineering, Vol. 2, No. 3, pages 5-13, June 2012.

    Awards and Honors: -

Ø First Place Winner, Best Conference Paper Competition at American Society for Engineering Education Zone Conference, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT, April 2014.

Ø Third Place Winner, Best Conference Poster Competition at American Society for Engineering Education Zone Conference, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT, April 2014.

Ø First Place Winner, Best Conference Paper Competition at American Society for Engineering Education Zone Conference, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT, May 2011.

Ø First Place Award (two years in row), Bachelor of Engineering, D.N. Patel COE, Shahada, MH, India, 2004, 2005.

    References: -

1.    Dr. Prof. Tarek Sobh is the Vice President for graduate studies and research and the Dean of the School of Engineering at the University of Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA.  He received the B.S.E. degree with honors in computer science and automatic control from the Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt, in 1988, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer and information science from the School of Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, Pa, USA, in 1989 and 1991, respectively.  He was the Vice Provost from 2006 to 2008, the Interim Dean of the School of Business, the Director of External Engineering Programs, the Interim Chairman of Computer Science and Computer Engineering, and the Chairman of the Department of Technology Management at the University of Bridgeport, Conn, USA. He served as an Associate Professor of computer science and computer engineering at the University of Bridgeport between 1995 and 1999, as a Research Assistant Professor of computer science at the Department of Computer Science, University of Utah from 1992 to 1995, and as a Research Fellow at the General Robotics and Active Sensory Perception (GRASP) Laboratory of the University of Pennsylvania from 1989 to 1991. During 1992 to 1999, Sobh was the Founding Chairman of the Discrete Event and Hybrid Systems Technical Committee of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, and the Founding Chairman of the Prototyping Technical Committee of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (1999–2001). His main interest is in the fields of computer science and engineering, control theory, robotics, automation, manufacturing, AI, computer vision, and signal processing.

          Contact Information:

           Tarek M. Sobh, Ph.D., P.E., CMfgE

      University of Bridgeport

      Engineering Technology Building

      221 University Avenue,

      Bridgeport, CT 06604

Email: sobh@bridgeport.edu

Phone: +1 (203) 576-4116

Fax:   +1 (203) 576-4766

Web: http://tareksobh.org

2.    Dr. Prof. Lawrence V. Hmurcik is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Chairman of Electrical Engineering at the University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT. He earned his Ph.D. in semiconductor devices at Clarkson University in 1980. He worked in Diamond Shamrock's research division for 3 years before joining the University of Bridgeport in 1983. Dr. Hmurcik has 60 publications and 5 grants. He is also a professional consultant with 240 case entries, including 14 appearances in Court and Legal Depositions. Dr. Hmurcik's interests have changed over the years: starting in Solar Cell technology in 1977, Dr. Hmurcik is currently pursuing work in Medical Electronics and Electric Safety, Control System.

      Contact Information:

      University of Bridgeport

      Engineering Technology Building

      221 University Avenue,

      Bridgeport, CT 06604

      Telephone: (203) –576–4678

      Cell phone: (203) –257–8026

      Fax: (203) – 576–4105

      E-mail: hmurcik@bridgeport.edu 

3.    Jack Toporovsky is currently working as Lab Engineer and faculty in Department of Electrical Engineering at University of Bridgeport, USA. He has completed Master of Science in Electrical Distribution and Control from Kiev Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine. He worked in different companies as an Electrical engineer in former Soviet Union and USA. His research interest is in Industrial Automation, Servo Motor Control, and Programmable Logic Controller.

      Contact Information:

      University of Bridgeport

      Engineering Technology Building

      221 University Avenue,

      Bridgeport, CT 06604

      Telephone: (203) –576–2370

      E-mail: ytoporov@bridgeport.edu