|SUMMARY:||Software architect/developer with extensive experience in real-time systems and applications programming, product development, quality assurance, and project management.|
|LANGUAGES:||C/C++, Fortran, SQL, HTML, Java, CGI/perl|
|SYSTEMS:|| UNIX (including SVR4, BSD, Xenix, AIX, Ultrix, Solaris, Linux);
MSDOS, Windows NT, 95/98, 3; VAX/VMS, AOS, Domain.
|CASE:||Softool CCC, ClearCase, sccs/rcs, Cadre, RDD|
|OTHER:||OS internals, device drivers, kernel mods, BIOS|
BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY
position: Advanced Computer Analyst (12/91 to present)
GRUMMAN AEROSPACE CORPORATION
position: Principal Engineer (8/86 to 11/91)
ROBOTIC VISION SYSTEMS INCORPORATED
position: Software/Systems Manager (6/85 to 7/86)
Successfully integrated computer usage and networks across all divisions of the company, selected and managed new computer and network installations involving Unix, VMS, pSOS, and various robot-control systems, using C, Fortran, and assembler, as well as various databases and CASE tools.
position: Senior Analyst / Product Manager (3/83 to 6/85)
Developed and brought to market several products, using C, Fortran, and assembler in Unix, MS-DOS, and stand-alone environments. Led software development efforts writing airline applications, securities trading support, Unix drivers, communications drivers, and ROM-BIOS for a PC clone product. > AMERICAN SCIENCE, ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT INCORPORATED
position: Vice President/Software Development (12/81 to 3/83)
Managed all software efforts in diverse areas, using C, Fortran-77, Basic, and assembly languages in CP/M, MS-DOS, and Unix environments including porous media simulations, meteorological analysis, environmental and medical effects of pollutants, battlefield simulations, pharmaceutical database for drug interaction, legal data retrieval and video arcade graphics.
INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT (11/80 to 12/81)
Engaged by Microsoft to solve critical Fortran and Pascal compiler and I/O problems, for what later became the IBM personal computer. Other clients included US Army White Sands Missile Range (probablisitic modeling of atmospheric turbulence), Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, the New York State Organized Crime Task Force, Fabricated Plastics Inc., and MA/COMM Microwave Power Devices.
BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY
position: Computer Science Analyst (4/66 to 11/80) Work included scientific programming, modeling (molecular structure, nuclear reactors, acid rain), language compilers, operating system internals and drivers, real-time process control, data collection and reduction, using all major programming languages on over 30 different platforms and operating systems. Established and supervised Help Desk and User Support Services.
POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE OF BROOKLYN
position: Research Associate (5/64 to 4/66)
Performed crystallographic structure determinations; implemented several computational programs in Fortran and assembler. Responsible for converting all imported programs from FORTRAN II to IV.
B.S. Mathematics: 1964 Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn Ph.D. Candidate: 1964-70 Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn X-Ray Crystallography 90 Postgraduate credits State University of NY at Stony Brook Math & Computer Science & Polytechnic University
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