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712 Green Circle | Rochester, MI 48307 | 916-317-7570 | vbecerra@alumni.stanford.edu


Design Release Engineer at General Motors Powertrain facility and mechanical engineering graduate of Stanford University with a
background in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and mechatronics.

Bachelor of Science
Stanford University

June 14 2015

BS Mechanical Engineering

Related Course work: Advanced Thermodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, Dynamic and Static Systems, Mechatronics, Aircraft and
Rocket Propulsion, Assistive Technologies



SolidWorks, AutoCAD
Matlab, C/C++, Java, HTML, MotionGenesis, Arduino
Lathe, Brazing, MIG/TIG Welding, Mill, Casting, Woodworking
Spanish (conversational)


Design Release Engineer Transmission Controls Hardware

General Motors

Coordinate the release of designs, support technical specialist, establish future design direction,
ensure designs are manufacturable and process-driven product requirements are incorporated
into designs, lead and facilitate resolution of component issues, support and participate in
transmission tear downs, maintain communication with the supplier of components.

System Manager
Stanford Alumni Center

08/2015 to Current

09/2011 to 06/2015

Maintenance of the Alumni website; coordination of Alumni Events; upkeep of Alumni

attendance system

Branch Manager
Revolution Prep
Organized finances for small business

Advertised and held weekly SAT test prep class to high school students

Communicated with customers in order to satisfy needs

04/2012 to 08/2012


Hybrid Rocket Motor

Worked on a team to simulate, build, and test a hybrid rocket motor

Used SolidWorks to draw up schematics for the fuel grain and nozzle and then used said
diagrams to machine the parts in the product realization laboratory

Successfully constructed parts to use in three test firings from which data on the impulse could
be gleaned

Mechatronics Final Shooting Robot

Constructed a robot that, when prompted, would simulate the shooting of a basketball

Sketched designs for the robot and then constructed to predetermined specifications

Constructed the necessary electrical components and then programmed, using the Arduino Uno,
to ensure the robot did as was instructed.

Lid Opening Assistive Device

Designed, constructed, and tested an assistive tool to enable those with varying degrees of
arthritis to open lids of differing sizes.

05/2014 to 06/2014

03/2015 to 04/2015

04/2014 to 06/2014

Utilized the use of a mill, lathe, and 3D printer.

6-Speed Rear Wheel Drive Transmission Electro-Hydraulic Communications Module

Overseeing design changes to components in the transmission control system.

Overseeing the classification and testing of failed components.

Maintaining constant communication with suppliers, addressing any and all concerns regarding
design and production.

08/2015 to Current