Hi, I'm Neal Soni.
Looking for a challenging internship at the intersection of technology and innovation. I am a dedicated, self-driven, and motivated team player. I am a quick learner ready to pick up any necessary skills on the job.
Designed real time remote monitor for ROS data-collection system launched on Mobileye India data-collection fleet. The dashboard node is launched on each host, streaming node data including live video to front end on web, iOS, and Android.
Updated and maintained production IoT kitchen controller editing software as well as developed Android and iOS Quality Product Management front ends released to 1000+ fast food restaurants worldwide including Tacobell and KFC.
Manage $70,000 in revenue, 50 tutors, and 250+ students. Select tutors, manage weekly activities, and work with students and parents. Developed website and infrastructure to streamline workflow.
Founder and Lead Teacher of the Westport Chapter. Provide math and science instruction to ten 3rd to 5th graders every Sunday. Students placed nationally in math competitions such as Math Kangaroo. Raised over $25,000 for charity. Club received $15,000 GE grant to expand program.
Multiple roles including founder, co-captain, primary designer, CAD engineer, builder, fundraiser, strategist, and prototype developer for robotics teams. Won the NY, NJ, and CT Championships as well as multiple design awards. Designed and developed mechatronic devices: 3D printer, CNC machine, and multiple quadcopters and robots.
Worked with team on improving efficiency of perovskite solar cells. Wrote paper entitled: Enhancing Inorganic-Organic Lead Halide Perovskite Solar Cell Efficiency via Polymer-Templated Nucleation and Stabilizing Additives. Presenter at Material Science Research Conference in Boston, MA 2017.
Worked with team on use of Pluronics F127 for back surgery. Wrote paper entitled: Characterization of Pluronic F127 Degradation Patterns and Drug Release Under Laminar Flow for a Preventative Measure Against Failed Back Surgery. Presenter at Material Science Research Conference in Boston, MA 2016.
Worked with a team lead by Professor Manish Kumar to develop a tilt rotor mechanism for quadcopters. Second author on paper published by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) entitled: Design, Fabrication and Control of a Tilt Rotor Quadcopter: Theory and Experiments. Presented paper at ASME Dynamic System Control Conference in Minneapolis, October 2016.