Amin Eravani joined VACC in 2018, with experience in electrical engineering, digital signal processing, architecture and audio-visual system design and installation. He has worked closely with architects and A/V engineers  to create sophisticated audiovisual systems and environments, including high security conference rooms. As field engineer, he has worked with an engineering team to maintain a system of 2400 networked conference rooms. Mr. Eravani’s skillset combines electrical engineering, IT infrastructure, audio-visual systems, IoT devices, field service and system-level integration and maintenance.

Work Experience: 

2018-Present Associate, Vibro-Acoustic Consultants
2017-2018 AV Field Engineer, CoitCom
2016-2017 AV Specialist, Rockwell Services
2012-2014 IT Support, Sahel Tuna
2010-2014 Account Manager, Amlak-e-Arikeh


M.S, IT Project Management, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA
B.S, Electronic Electrical Engineering, Azad University, Tehran, 2012
Associate Degree, Electrical technologies, Azad University, Kashan, 2006

Notable Projects:

LinkedIn, San Francisco, CA
Designed 2000 sq.ft. broadcasting/production studio, and control room
LACMA, Los Angeles, CA
Provided acoustical consult to mitigate environmental noise
Google, 215 Fermont
Analyzed offices and conference rooms acoustical performance
Google, Plymouth
Designed 2 music room and analyzed acoustical performance
Oceanwide, San Francisco, CA
Maintainenance and data analysis for on-site sound & vibration monitor systems
Apple Inc, Cupertino, CA
Maintain system of multiple networked conference rooms
America Center, San Jose, CA
Install & integrate two 20×7 foot video walls and A/V systems for outdoor amphitheater
and restaurant
Dior, San Francisco, CA
Coordinate multiple field engineering teams to troubleshoot networked 10-foot video wall
UCSF Children’s Hospital
Install & integrate hospital-wide A/V system including 9 conference rooms and control room
SAP Company , Santa Clara,CA
Migrate data center infrastructure between two corporate locations
Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Design and build network for tele-cardiograph sensors and digital stethoscopes