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Objective Entry level design computer hardware engineering position working on a team doin g ic design or test, embedded systems

design and programming, automated systems design or hardware software interfacing. Education 2003-2006 B.S. Computer Engineering, Portland State University 1983-1987 Studied Chemistry, Physics and History, Reed College 1981-1983 Studied Chemical Engineering, Tufts University Skills C, C++ Programming Unix Programming Good Communication skills Verilog ARM microprocessor assembly programming Cadence VDRL CMOS tools Xilinx Virtex FPGA tools Saber simulator analog Oregon State LBE license Oregon State Class 5 Boiler license PSU CAT Braindump Work level Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Access, Outlook and Powerpoi nt PC hardware debugging and repair Courses Completed Digital Circuits Electric circuits Electronics 1,2, and 3 Signals and Systems Feedback and control Digital systems Hardware description languages Microprocessors Microprocessor interfacing and embedded systems Digital integrated Circuit Design 1 and 2 Microprocessor System Design Computer Architecture Electromagnetic Principals Electromagnetic Systems Operating Systems Programming Systems Student Projects W 05 Designed a 11th order lowpass Butterworth Filter using Tow-Thomas topology using Sabre to simulate the design. Spr 05 Designed an Emitter coupled multivibrator VCO using Sabre to simulate th e design. Su 05 Designed a demodulating PLL utilizing the designs from the previous 2 ter ms using Sabre to simulate the design. Su 05 Wrote RS232 driver for voice emulator Employment Experience 2006-2010 Senior Support Analyst Sage Timberline Construction Accounting and Est imating Software Support Clients with issues and questions they have with regard to the software

. This included installation and networking issues as well as issues with the d atabase and how to work with the software. Team webmaster. W +Spr 2006 Student Intern at Intel JF4 Design Automation tools for next generation micro processors. Building design to ols and doing data mining of simulation output to help determine best placement for repeaters. 1995-2004 Instructor, UA Local 290 Plumbers Steamfitters and Shipfitters Teach apprentices and journeymen in the steamfitter trade ASME code including B3 1.1, B31.3, and B31.9. Teach apprentices pipe trades math and science, which inc ludes Trigonometry, Algebra, Physical Science, Metallurgy, and some Chemistry. 2000-2003 Piping Install Designer, Kinetics and Harder (Intel Fab 20,D1C, D1D, P athfinder) Review tool install prints; request information as needed. Field measure mechan ical systems to be installed. Make drawings of systems to be prefabbed. Coordi nate field routing with other crafts, vendors and Intel personnel. 1997-2000 Tool Install Supervisor Tool install Intel Ronler Acres D1B, supervised crews, reviewed blueprints, inst alled, tested mechanical systems to tools. Coordinated with other crafts, vendo rs and Intel personnel to affect timely and professional installation 1992-1997 Construction Coordinator/Project Engineer, Temp Cont rol Mechanical At high tech plants including Intel, Hewlett Packard, Maxim and Merix I worked w ith the design teams to build workable plans for manufacturing tool installation including main and lateral placement. I coordinated field routings and install issues with other crafts, engineers, and customers. I estimated jobs and order ed parts and materials for installation. I also did visual weld inspections for Quality Control and certification of orbital welders. 1980-1983 Physical Science Aid, National Bureau of Standards Dept. of Com merce Worked on metrology research. Specifically studied automated manufacturing incl uding measuring and mathematical modeling the creep of machine tool over time du e to thermal expansion up using thermistors and laser interferometers. Honors Phi Kappa Tau, 2 year college honor society Etta Kappa Nu, Electrical Engineering Honor Society Certified Steamfitter Instructor, UA Instructor Training program, Michigan State Activities Volunteer Digital Electronics Tutor at PSU IEEE PSU IEEE parts store manager, Winter and Spring 2006 References Deborah Davis Intel 503:613-7149 Bruce Billett, Intel 503:613-6737 Rick Meyer Sr., Intel 503:642-6308