Here are a few of the things I’ve worked on. Think I might be a good fit where you are? Check out my resume and get in touch!
Here are some projects I’ve worked on after graduating with my M. Eng. in Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2011.
Techshot BioFabrication Facility (3D BioPrinter)
Techshot Fluid Processing Cassette
Techshot SIMPLE 3D Metal Printer
Techshot MVP (Multi-use Variable-g Platform)
My first big project at Techshot was as the lead electrical engineer for the MVP. This facility was developed to provide simultaneous automated control and experiment faculties for life sciences, giving researchers the ability to truly isolate the effects of microgravity for the first time.
I worked over the better part of 3 years to design the overall electronics architecture for the platform, along with designing, laying out, testing, and writing firmware for all the main facility circuit boards (including an active automated balancing system utilizing high-ish speed analog components to minimize facility vibration, even with an experiment module removed).
Notifier CAP Gateway
In 2011-2012, I worked at Honeywell Notifier, and I was the lead developer on the CAP Gateway. This product interfaced between existing Notifier fire safety equipment, and CAP (Common Alerting Protocol) equipment. C++ toolchain running on top of Windows CE.
This bad boy had the first HTML5 configuration menu of any of the devices our office built, so I had the honor of adding the ability to upload firmware updates via HTTP requests for this product.
Back in the early 2010’s, I helped some cool folks at the LVL1 Hackerspace build a balloon. We were trying to be the first to cross the Atlantic ocean with an amateur balloon.
We were beat to the punch, but we built a lot of really cool hardware and software! And some of the folks that were a part of the project went on to work for really cool efforts like Google Loon.