Hi there! I’m Kush. If you want to know a bit more about me, please read on!
My passion is to apply engineering principles to help improve people’s lives. Currently, i am looking for a full-time job position in the Engineering field.
As an upcoming engineer I strive in demanding work environments and excel when challenged to find creative solutions. Inspired by ideas, driven by hard work and engaged in a model of continuous improvement my keen interests are working in the renewable energy and automation sectors where my design and electro-mechanical engineering talents are challenged.
My main areas of interest include Industrial, Mechanical, Manufacturing, Fabrication, Design & Drafting (CADD 2D & 3D), Automotive, Programming Electrical & Electronic Circuitry and Design, IT & Networking, Site Survey & Installations, Research and Development (R&D), Machine tools, Electrical Power Tools, CNC, Laser Cutter, 3D Printing and more.
I recently received my Bachelor’s degrees from Applied Sciences with Major in Mechatronics Systems Engineering from Simon Fraser University (SFU) in May 2018. At SFU, I co-founded and was the president of SFU Arduino Club, I also helped launch a first-of-its-kind in Surrey, BC a Community Driven Workshops and Collaborative Workspace called Maker Cube for students and general public. I also conducted mechatronic prototyping for Human Robot Interaction (HRI) drones at SFU Autonomy Lab.
I have an insatiable passion for building things. I'm an avid DIY'er. I have designed and built electrical systems for a humanoid robot, LED lighting systems, Machine automation and monitoring systems, 3D printers, CNC machines and more. Some of this work has even been featured on recognized sites and articles on the web. Whenever possible, I open source my projects so that others can learn from them, and build upon them.
When not building projects, I love to explore!. I'm an avid adventure seeker!. I also enjoy hiking, camping, motor sports, golf and the occasional billiards and bowling.
You can see what I'm up to at KushChhatbar.com!
"To go fast, go alone. To go far, go together."
African Proverb -