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  • Cooper Newby

    Mechanical Engineer at Sennheiser Electronic Corporation

    San Francisco, CA

A creative, resourceful, self-directed Mechanical/Audio systems research engineer at Sennheiser's R&D office and Stanford graduate student at CCRMA (Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics). Has exceptional iterative prototyping, mechanical design, and acoustics engineering skills. I enjoy the collaborative, creative process of turning disruptively innovative concepts into graspable prototypes to spark future strategic development.

Work Samples

  • Sennheiser Technology and Innovation

  • Fishing Lure Launcher

  • Health Center Architectural Design

Work History

  • Mechanical/Audio Systems Engineer

    • Sennheiser Electronic Corporation
    • Aug 2012 - Present (5 years 2 months)

    As a Mechnical/Audio systems engineer at Sennheiser's Technology and Innovation Lab, I design new concepts and prototypes that challenge the typical views and applications of headphones and microphones.

  • Mechanical Engineer Intern

    • Sennheiser Electronic Corporation
    • Jun 2010 - Aug 2011 (1 year 2 months)
  • Solidworks Intern

    • B&N Industries
    • Jun 2006 - Sep 2006 (3 months)

    Drafted and organized CAD SolidWorks drawings for B&N
    -Organized part library for all of the drafted parts
    -Put together furniture and fixture assemblies and layouts for stores and clients.
    -Drafted and rendered a mannequin for the assemblies.


  • Stanford University

    • BA Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
    • 2013 - 2015
  • Colorado School of Mines

    • BS Mechanical Engineering
    • 2008 - 2012