My name is Martin Ferianc, and I am a third year undergraduate student studying Electronic and Information Systems Engineering at Imperial College, London. I believe that my accomplishments in the field of electronic engineering illustrate that I am not new to the world of product design and development, but rather a passionate student with a set of valuable skills and huge potential ready to make a disruption in industry. I unveiled my revolutionary invention - a recuperative heat pump, at the world's largest international pre-college engineering project fair, I-SWEEEP in Texas, USA . I built and programmed a system based on an Arduino micro controller to control this unique recuperative device, which is capable of recycling the waste hot air inside the building. I have individually designed and constructed 3 prototypes to date, from the power source to the outermost layer of the device, each requiring a combination of electronic engineering, ventilation systems and programming skills. Working on this project was a huge step towards honing my understanding of project lifecycle, multidisciplinary work and the demand of the market as well my business development techniques. I won the gold medal for the best presented project together with the special award of the Texas Centre for Superconductivity for my design and with this new business understanding, I was able to secure a nationwide patent. In parallel to my university studies, I am a founding member and a project leader in an emerging start-up which has designed device, which I believe could make a profound and positive impact on maintaining a healthy lifestyle as well as huge sports training and medical potential. I designed and constructed the wellsCap®- a miniature device mounted to bottle cap. It measures the user’s hydration levels through their water consumption, which can be tracked on a smartphone app during a busy working day or workout. With my new ideas, I am able to meet potential customer and market demands. I possess a valuable set of skills which allows me to realise my proposals and construct real, functional products. Currently I am an Undergraduate Researcher in field of machine learning and FPGAs at Imperial College London. For a cohesive view of my skills, additional accomplishments and work experience, please refer to my CV. In case of any queries and concerns please do not hesitate to contact me via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time.