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Member since October, 2011
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eecs93 

23 years of c/c++ 10 years of Matlab Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis on DSP / Image processing. Software RF research HDTV research
$50 USD/hr
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Experience

Undisclosed Electrical Engineering Work

Jan 2008 - Jan 2013 (5 years)

Undisclosed Electrical Engineering Work

Engineering

Jan 2005 - Dec 2007 (2 years)

- Algorithm Engineer; Cummins-Allison Corporation, Mt. Prospect, IL (847-299-9550); Established DSP algorithms for repeatable scores in MATLAB and (6 CPU) TI DM642 fixed point C++ real-time embedded firmware for fuzzy classification between good and bad (worn, tears, tape, and graffiti) US Currency notes ($5, $10, $20, $50, $100) in all applicable series (years/styles). Designed algorithms to align, denominate/series, compare with Brick templates, and score. We used Clear Case for source control.

Engineering

Jan 2000 - Dec 2002 (2 years)

- Algorithm Engineer; Digimarc Corporation, Beaverton, OR (503-469-4800) Developed and tested new digital watermarking technology (steganography) in C++, consisting of image alignment, region separation, spectral IF shaping, block coding using pseudo-random PN sequences, turbo coding error correction, and Kerdock (coset/Walsh) codes. We used Visual Source Safe for source control.

Engineering

Jan 1999 - Dec 2000 (1 year)

- Software Engineer; Future Source/Bridge LLC, Lombard, IL (630-932-3550) Efficiently processed commodities, metals, and currency futures quote data facilitating the opening new products. The data was gathered from several world markets and funneled into a "ticker" stream to which the company sells access. We used CVS/PCVS for source control.

Engineering

Jan 1989 - Dec 1998 (9 years)

- ES/R&D Project Engineer; Zenith Electronics Corporation, Lincolnshire, IL (847-941-8000) Designed efficient distributed algorithms saving the $500, in computer costs. Modeled novel HDTV image compression including motion compensation, subband coding, vector quantization, variable length coding, fuzzy set membership, perceptual weighting, and pattern recognition leading to several patents. Developed RF communications simulations for terrestrial, HF cable, ADSL twisted-pair, and micro-cellular

Engineering

Jan 1987 - Dec 1989 (2 years)

- Software Engineer; Bear Automotive, New Berlin, WI (414-555-1212) Researched the design of next generation automotive test equipment in the areas of human factors engineering, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, machine learning, and operating system design.

Education

MSEE

1988 - 1993 (5 years)

BSEE

1983 - 1987 (4 years)