Head Project Teaching Assistant for the ELG3336 Plane Competition

Fall 2019
  • Supervising around 40 students in 3rd year Mechanical Engineering to design, and manufacture a small scale RC aircraft that can carry the highest payload as PVC pipe with a single electrical motor and propeller.

Teaching Assistant / Demonstartor/ Lab Monitor

September 2018 - December 2018 / ELG3336
January 2019 - April 2019 / ELG2336
September 2018 - December 2018 / ELG3336
  • Teaching assistant, demonstartor, lab monitor for ELG3336- Electronics for Mechanical Engineers in University of Ottawa
  • Teaching assistant, demonstrator, lab monitor for ELG2336- Introduction to Electronics for Mechanical Engineers in University of Ottawa

Virtual Reality for Ottawa Hospital

  • Worked on creating a menu for procedures of the Ottawa hospital so that patients can have an easier transition to the real procedure. And can practice in a safe environment.
  • Using Unity3D software and C# coding to make the menu and the controller of the VR compatible as well as transitioning through scenes.
  • Used HTC Vive headset and controller for the VR videos and menu.

Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute September 2018- Present

  • Founder of CASI uOttawa Student Branch
  • We are here to provide University of Ottawa students an insight in the aerospace field and allow them to ake connections with companies and come to fun events that we will be hosting soon.
  • I am responsible to run the daily functions of the chapter and have a successful turn out for events. And introduce new members to this student branch.

SAE Aerospace Team uOttawa 2018-19

  • Team captain of the SAE Aerospace Team uOttawa, as well as Design Team Lead, and Research Lead for the season 2018-19
  • Will participate in the International SAE Aero Design competition in Forth Worth, Texas, USA from March 9th to 11th 2019
  • Registered for the regular class
  • Regular Class: Each team is
    judged on three categories: Oral presentation,
    written report, and flight. The objective of the
    regular class is to design and construct a RC
    model aircraft that will lift the largest
    payload while still maintaining structural integrity.
  • Currently we have spent over 300 hours on research and 3 months on the design of the RC aircraft, 3 months on testing the prototype of the plane.
  • Every detail has been taken into consideration from lift force, drag force, and center of gravity calculations to stress testings on wings.
  • Tasks include; leading and guiding 50 engineering students, writing newsletters, maintaining the website, helping out all the sub teams ( business and sponsorship, body team, landing gear, engine and remote team)

SAE Aerospace Team uOttawa 2017-18

  • Team captain and founder of the SAE Aerospace Club uOttawa, as well as Design Team Lead for the season 2017-18
  • Participated in the International SAE Aero Design competition in Florida, Lakeland, USA from March 9th to 11th 2018
  • Registered for the regular class
  • Regular Class: Each team is
    judged on three categories: Oral presentation,
    written report, and flight. The objective of the
    regular class is to design and construct a RC
    model aircraft that will lift the largest
    payload while still maintaining structural integrity.
  • Currently we have spent over 300 hours and 9 months on the design of the RC aircraft.
  • Every detail has been taken into consideration from lift force, drag force, and center of gravity calculations to stress testings on wings.
  • Tasks include; leading and guiding 30 engineering students, writing newsletters, maintaining the website, helping out all the sub teams ( business and sponsorship, body team, landing gear, engine and remote team)

SAE Formula Team uOttawa May 2015- June 2018

  • Former body team leader of the SAE Formula Club uOttawa from July 2016 - June 2018.
  • We participated in the National SAE Competition taken place in Barrie ON, Canada for 2016, 2017, and 2018
  • We build a working SAE Formula Car that has to pass certain inspection
  • Every detail has been taken into consideration from design and testing of each individual part and where to order each part from
  • The first few pictures are last years car for 2016-17 season and the one at the end is 2015- 16 season car.

CSME Student Chapter uOttawa September 2017- February 2019

  • I am the co-founder and co-president of the Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineering Student Chapter since September 2017
  • Our main vision is to integrate hands-on experience to engineering students, as well as to enable networking between students and academia, professionals, research, and industry. Our members get supports that range from helping students run clubs and contribute to research to providing them easy transition from high school to university to the real world.
  • We wrote the chapters 8 page constituition outlining all the duties and tasks of each member from executives to regular members.
  • We have hosted two events up till now first one being Greening, Curriculum, Campus, and Community and we have also hosted Mechatronics Project fair in which engineering students display their projects at the fair.
  • Participated in CSME National Design Conference and the competition for 2018

Website Development

  • In charge of maintenance of websites for SAE Aerospace team¬† uOttawa, CSME Student Chapter.
  • Editing format and design of websites
  • The websites are as follows;

www.aerouottawa.com/

www.csmeuottawa.com/

www.mattsehri.com/

Hologram Viewer Project

Startup H-Gram

  • For GNG4120, Engineering and Entreprenuership Course
  • We were to do a elevator pitch, business plan, and make prototypes of the design including solidworks designs to 3d printed models using Universities free 3D printers.
  • All the designs on the right are designed on solidworks then transfered to stl file to be 3D printed.
  • There are multiple versions of it to show that the product smaller and smaller from the 100s of customer feedback we have received from online polls as well as in person feedback from University Students, kids, and adults.
  • The last pictures show the business model canvas of the company as well as the financial statement of the company

30 Foot Oday Sailboat Solidworks Project

  • Design of my parent's 30 Foot Oday Sailboat and started working on materials testing as well as computational fluid dynamics testing.
  • The design is made using solidworks
  • There is the skeleton of the boat made out of wood
  • With the fibre glass (skin of the sailboat), teak wood, and pine wood (skeleton) the sailboat weighs approximately 4600kg around what the actual boat weighs without anything.
  • The testing was also done using solidworks specifically using fluid analysis, and stress testing.

MCG2101 Rock Climbing Wall

  • For MCG2101, Engineering Design course
  • We were assigned to design an efficient rock climbing wall for a gym using solidworks
  • Taking into consideration safety factors of the consumer using safety so as the wall spins the handles don't fall off
  • Each handle had to generate random motion in which we selected to use Lorenz Water Wheel

Bike Coop uOttawa

  • Volunteer at the bike coop
  • Taken a broken children bike disassembled it to its roots
  • Refurbished it and fixed the brakes and allignments.
  • Custom painted it, made the wheels glow in the dark for safety
  • Fixing bicycles to send to refugee kids in Syria this is an example on the left that we recently finished

Brunsfield Training

  • Mill Training
  • Lathe Training
  • BandSaw
  • Safety training
  • Welding Safety Traininig
  • MIG Welding
  • TIG Welding
  • Laser Cutting Training
  • 3D printing
  • soldering

Personal 3D print projects

  • Using solidworks, thinker cad, cura, makerbot softwares
  • I have designed over 100 things and printed them from rings, model planes, model boats, shot glasses, toy cars, toy planes, pencil cases, phone cases, phone holders, and etc.
  • In the meantime I learned how to take apart most of the 3D printer like Makerbot 2 and 2+ and also Ultimaker 2 and 2+. If there were filament problems I would unclog the filament from the motor or search for where the problem was.