Resume, Geoff Vishloff


  • BASc. – Mechanical Engineering (Hon.), University of Toronto, Toronto Ontario, 2012
    • Specialization in Mechatronics and Energy Systems

Academic Achievements

  • High academic ranking
    • Placed 9th, 15th, 16th, 4th in last four semesters (starting with the most recent) out of over 180 students
    • 2011 & 2010 Deans List – Given to students with an average above 80%
  • Filed invention disclosure RIS number:10002345
    • For work on the design of a world-to-chip interconnect and method for characterizing gas-liquid mass transfer and solubility.

Research Experience

  • NSERC – USRA Summer Research Fellowship, Summer 2011
    • Awarded annually to summer students interested in conducting engineering and science based research
    • Worked in Guenther Microfluidics Lab at the University of Toronto for 4 months
    • Designed a variety of microfluidic chips and features:
      • On chip valve for flow control
      • Integrated microreactor/TEM grid interface
      • High throughput microreactor
      • Multiplexed flow control using on chip valve
  • Undergraduate Thesis
    • TEM Grid/Microreactor Integration
      • A year long research project in the area of integrated microfluidics

Professional Experience

  • Norsat International, Summer 2010
    • Company designs and produces rugged, portable satellite uplink systems
    • Modified and updated engineering drawings. Created new engineering drawings for existing designs.
    • Designed new components for the systems:
      • Designed cooling system for desert deployment using peltier junctions
      • Re-Designed satellite positioning gearing system for more robust operation

Other Work Experience

  • Construction labourer, Summers 2006 through 2009


  • Microsoft Office, C and C++, Mintab Statistical software, Solidworks, AutoCAD, Basic Machining

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