I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for such a wonderful Fall internship. Thank you for the insightful experience I had as an intern in Tesla. I am grateful for being a part of DSET team and Elon Musk’s rEVolution in Automotive industry.
Working on many different projects enabled me to experience numerous aspects of component test to creating successful test structures as well as keeping up to date with the database and software trends. I am extremely grateful for instilling a sense of confidence and responsibility in me.
Thanks you Wes, Akul and Janelle for getting me on-board.
Thank you Andrew for teaching me the importance of teamwork in the success of a project. You and the rest of the team were welcoming, helpful, and offered me ongoing support throughout my internship. Thanks for guiding me through LabVIEW components to generate a vi to send any test data to DB. It was out-of-the-box task for me as I had never ever crossed paths with python or LabVIEW ( except C++ .. but just as a coursework.. never gone to depth…)
Thanks Nic B and Nic M for assisting me with the test files for DB test runs… It was great learning from Nick B about the CATIA Power-Copy… or else I might be still generating the 80-20 tubes J ….
Thank You Elise for being such a good co-intern…
Thanks Matt and MD Titoo for helping me with the LabVIEW-Database-Dashboard connectivity issues….
My review on this company is that it had a mission and goal and I started with them in 2012 before it was an official Automotive Company. I worked with them even until it was known as an Energy Company. The environment and co-workers are what make the company amazing and the benefits as well. Only concern is the upper management and service manager turn over rate. Managers requested sometimes impossible tasks and never took responsibility if the task failed, or if the task was completed never showed a great praise to the workers. I do recommend working here but hopefully the managers have been getting better and understand the difference between outside dealerships and companies, and realize what a Tesla dealership is all about.
This is a list of relevant work or research projects I have done.
In 2015 I received my first masters degree in Industrial Engineering and for that I accomplished a master thesis on the application of capital asset pricing model and three factor models for predicting the stock market trends.
At the same time and a little after that I worked as part-time research assistant at Princeton university, for department of sociology on a project to study the relationship between ethnicity, religion and political view.
Then, I moved to California and started my Masters in statistics, in 2017. After the first year I went to Tesla for a 7 month internship, as Data Engineer in the reliability team for energy products, and then went back to school to finish my masters.