Platforms: XP and Server 2003 and 2008, Unix, some of VxWorks 5.4 and 6.7.
Emerson Process Management 2006-Present Programmer in the Control Technology and Simulator Department
Emerson makes a control system called Ovation that is used to run power plants and large scale water systems. The system is currently installed in over 40% of American power plants and in over 80 other countries.
As a co-op as a student at Pitt worked on developing GUI(s) for advanced applications and some embedded programming from Sept 2006 to Jan. 2008. Hired full-time in Jan 2008 as a associate engineer for the development group.
Responsible for RTOS algorithm maintenance and development of projects for American and Eastern European power plants.
Developed and enhanced GUI designs and maintained Java and QT projects for companies like Westinghouse.
Managed the release builds for the Advanced Process Control Toolkit, an advanced control application providing customized event sequencing, fuzzylogic, and programmable algorithm blocks.
Facilitate the repair of several specialized projects for internal departments and testing for various different customer problems in the field.
University of Pittsburgh 2008 (January) Pittsburgh, PA B.S. Computer Engineering
Additional training - Basic Ovation training, Real-time OS courses, and VxWorks