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HUYEN NGUYEN

485 W 116th Ave, Northglenn, CO 80234


theawuyen@gmail.com
+1 (720) 472-0338

PERSONAL PROFILE
An energetic student with an ardent desire to build a career within the oil and gas industry. Passionate, self-motivated
individual with a drive to succeed, having excellent organizational skills. Highly efficient and methodical with a good
eye for detail with a proactive approach to performance and data accuracy. Huyen is presently looking for a suitable
position with a growing and fast-moving organization where she can fulfil her potential.

EDUCATION
Colorado School of Mines, Colorado, USA Dec 2019
B.S. Chemical Engineering GPA 3.12
Honors:
• Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK) 2016 - Present

Front Range Community College, Colorado, USA May 2016


Foundation in Engineering GPA 3.95
Honors:
• Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK) 2015 - 2016
• President’s List 2015 - 2016

TECHNICAL SKILLS
• Software: C++, Aspen Plus, HYSYS, COMSOL, Polymath, MATLAB,
Visio, Solidworks, Microsoft Office Suite
• Engineering: Thermodynamics, chemical process design, fluid
dynamics, process flow diagrams, material and energy balances, heat
and mass transfer, transport phenomena, kinetics & reaction engineering
• Laboratory: Infrared (IR) spectroscopy, gas chromatography (GC),
documentation and data collection, sample preparation, experimental
design, chemical synthesis, crystallization, distillation, rotary
evaporator, titration, filtration

RELEVANT ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE AND PROJECT WORK


May - June 2019 Chemical Engineering Unit Operations Lab
• Gained hands-on experience working with engineering equipment
including heat exchanger, gas compressor, distillation column, gas
absorber, adsorption column, condenser, membrane
• Researched and conducted experiments that cover the principles of mass,
energy, and momentum transport
• Performed well under pressure during five intensive weeks of team-based
field session by utilizing multi-tasking, teamwork, critical thinking,
technical writing, and oral communications skills
Jan – May 2019 Senior Design: Recycling Cathode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries
• Lead team in generating two process options that employ commercially
available technologies
• Developed simulations, PFDs, and P&IDs, performed equipment sizing
analyses using available kinetic data and models, conducted economic
analyses and process safety analysis.
Jan 2019 ELA952: SAChE Certificate Program – Minimizing and Identifying
Process Safety Hazard
• Examined case studies, described examples of equipment and procedural
failure, and identified codes, standards and practices applicable to the
process industries using HAZOP and What-If analysis
• Gained strong understanding of inherently safer design, potential
consequences arising from physical conditions, material hazards, and
equipment and procedural failings
Apr 2018 Center for Chemical Process Safety Boot Camp - Certified
• Gained understanding of consequences and risks of handling hazards, by
performing Risk Based Process Safety analysis and Process Safety
Management analysis
• Understood elements of control, prevention, and mitigation of hazardous
releases in design and operation, basic components and principles
needed for a successful process safety management program by utilizing
the Risked Based Process Safety approach
Jan – May 2017 Design EPICS II: Chemical and Biochemical Process Design
• Researched and designed industrial manufacturing process of algae
biofuels, petrochemicals, and hydrogen fuel
• Demonstrated strong analysis skill by analyzing design alternatives for
chemical and biochemical systems, and identifying best options based
on socio-technical-economic design criteria
• Applied critical thinking, problem-solving and writing skills to chemical
process design and data analysis
Aug – Dec 2016 Design EPICS I: Convertible Garden
• Leading team in illustrating with strong freehand sketching and
SolidWorks, completed project awarded First Place in class competition
• Demonstrated strong team-work skill by designing a convertible garden,
checking prototype, interviewing stakeholders and engineering
professionals

WORK EXPERIENCE
July 2018 – Present Asia Kitchen, Elizabeth, CO
Restaurant Manager
• Gained strong schedule management, multi-tasking, and organizational
skills by working part time while balancing school work
• Trained, managed and motivated staffs; and delivered superior service
and maximized customer satisfaction while responded efficiently and
accurately to customer complaints
Sep 2015 – May 2016 Front Range College, Westminster, CO
Math Tutor
• Successfully designed specific studying plans by focusing on details and
on needs of each students
• Demonstrated strong work ethics, dependability and reliability

EXTRA CURRILULAR ACTIVITIES AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT


• American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
• Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
• Colorado School of Mines (CMS) International Council
2013 – Present • Queen of Vietnamese Martyrs (2013 – present)
Volunteer as catechist, youth leader, community events’ organizer and
director
2005 – 2012 • Nghia Hiep Church (2005 – 2012)
Volunteer as youth leader and community events’ organizer

LANGUAGES
• Vietnamese (native)
• English (full professional proficiency)
• Spanish (limited proficiency)