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|Competencies||Team Management, Scheduling, Sourcing, Product Definition, Engineering Architecture, Interface Definition, Schematic Creation, Layout, Functional Verification, Debugging|
|Software Applications||OrCAD, Eagle, Bugzilla, SVN, Arduino, Illustrator, MPlab, CAM 350, Pro-E, Cadence, Matlab, Microsoft Office, WordPress, UNIX, PC, Macintosh literate.|
|Programming||C, Labview, Unix Scripting, Visual Basic, Java, Assembly, Komodo, WordPress|
|Hardware||PIC, Atmel microcontrollers, ICP, JTAG, RS-232, UART, I2C, SPI, solenoids, electric motors, EMI/EMC compliance, lab equipment|
|Machining||Laser Cutter, Mill, Lathe, Table Saw, Chop Saw|
|MFHK Consulting, Sole Proprietor||
Jan 2010 – Present
|Independent consultant providing product definition, engineering architecture, implementation, and testing services.
Power Management Ecosystem: Electrical engineer in a team of 6 productizing an initial prototype
Remote Stock Management System: Engineering Consultant brought in to document the product and give focus to the engineering team.
Remote Sensing Device: Lead engineer for a pilot run, second prototype and follow on programing work
Consumer Audio Device: Project Manager brought in to bring momentum back to a stalled team
Medical Device: Technical Lead and Project Manager for a team of 5. Managed the design through redesign of the board for manufacturability and three prototype builds.
|D2M Inc, Electrical Engineer||
June 2007 – Feb 2009
|Medical Cart Upgrade: Junior engineer in a team of three that integrated a new power supply into the cart and updated the microcontroller firmware.
Water Purifier Lifetime Tester: Lead electrical engineer for design of a lifetime tester. Follow-on work included redesign of the purifier electrical system to meet RoHS and FCC compliance.
Cart Motor Controller: Junior engineer in a team of three that redesigned a motor control board.
|Columbia University Electrical Engineering Department, TA and Lab Manager||
Sep 2005 – May 2006
Nov 2009 – Present
|A DIY group with monthly meetings in Oakland, San Francisco, and San Jose. The goal of the group is to create a space where it is easy to get into Making.
|Columbia University (New York, NY)||
2003 – 2006
|Pitzer College (Claremont, CA)||
1999 – 2003