Sunday, January 25, 2009

Sample Software Engineer Resume

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  • Full name
  • Present and permanent addresses
  • Telephone numbers
  • Email address


Seeking a position developing synthetic environments and models for computer generated imagery


Senior DSP Software Engineer Contractor

NuVasive Inc., Medical Devices, San Diego CA, Mar 07-Sep 07

Successfully designed and implemented several DSP algorithms to improve overall system performance of NeuroVision - a spinal-cord nerve monitoring system used to monitor spinal-cord integrity during spine surgeries. The algorithms addressed several serious issues with the system resulting in significant reduction in false-alarm rates. Algorithms were developed in Matlab, and then implemented in C into their real-time PC-based system.

Senior DSP Software Engineer

Eaton Vorad Technologies, San Diego, CA, 1996-2004

  • Real-time, embedded software engineering tasks in support of an automotive collision warning and cruise control radar system.
  • Reformulated, optimized, and implemented multi-target tracker currently in use by production units
  • Successfully developed system and software requirements per customer´s requests, and implemented changes customizing signal processing software, resulting in >$1M worth of sales
  • Directed engineering effort to redesign Blind-Spot Radar System that resulted in successful product launch. Responsible for overall system performance, test design, on-road testing, data collection and analysis, signal processing modeling and algorithm development.
  • Led software engineering effort to implement standardized methodologies to improve the overall software process and lifecycle. This included developing software requirements and traceability matrices.
  • Developed and maintained off-line Matlab simulation tools to post-process real-time collected raw time-domain data. Tools were used for verifying embedded implementation, as well as algorithm development and optimization.

Member of the Research Staff

Arete Engineering Technologies Corporation, San Diego, CA, 1993-1996

  • Software development, data analysis, and algorithm development and implementation to support underwater acoustics technologies.
  • Developed and installed on-site user-friendly software package to perform nearfield, broadband, acoustic holographic imaging using remote bistatic measurements.
  • Implemented algorithms for maximizing array gains using nested hydrrophone arrays.
  • Performed analysis and data reduction for numerous at-sea broadband acoustic tests.

Engineering Specialist

Hughes Missile Systems Company, 1984-1993

  • Computer modeling, testing, and data analysis in support of low-observable technologies.
  • Lead analyst/programmer in the Radar Cross Section Group.
  • Designed RCS measurement tests and performed data analysis to address key issues of low observable technology.
  • Optimized analysis throughput by integrating user-interfaces and CAD packages as pre- and post-processors for computer simulations.
  • Performed as Chief Investigator for multi-year Internal Research and Development project to characterize Biostatic Radar Cross Sections of various vehicles.


Bachelors of Science Electrical Engineering 1984

Lambhurst University London, England

GPA 3.6 Magna Cum Laude with Great Distinction

Minor in Computer Science

Associate of Occupational Studies In PCI Networking 1992

Collins College GPA 3.5 Tempe, AZ

Microsoft Certified Training (Windows NT 4.0) 2000

University Of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ

Networking Essentials NT 4.0, NT Workstation 4.0, NT Server 4.0, NT Server Enterprise 4.0


  • UNIX (3 - 5 years) installing, configuring & maintaining AIX/SUN/HPUX machines
  • Linux (3 - 5 years) installing, configuring & maintaining RedHat, Fedora, SuSE, Caldera OS
  • Scripting (Perl, Bash, shell)
  • JAVA/J2EE/JSP/EJB diploma thesis: web-based email client (developed on JSP technologies)
  • Web applications based on JSP, JavaScript, HTML, XML, CSL, ASP,.NET
  • Databases MySQL, SQL, Oracle
  • Web servers (Apache, Tomcat)
  • C / C++/C#,VB, mainly networking applications.
  • Defect tracking tools (IBM CMVC, Clear DDTS).
  • Documentation storing applications/databases (DOORS, Lotus Notes).

Monday, February 11, 2008

Mechanical Engineer Resumes

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B.S. Mechanical Engineering, 1993, University of Wyoming
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, 1995, University of Wyoming


Nuclear Propulsion Mechanic
United States Navy, 1977 - 1983

Power Plant Operator
Pacific Power & Light, Wyodak Power Plant, 1983 - 1989

Director of Engineering
Colorado Engineering Experiment Station, Inc., 1996 - present

Professional Societies:

Registered professional engineer in Wyoming
American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Technical Accomplishments:

Responsible for calibration process engineering required to achieve Federal Government accreditation of the CEESI calibration facilities.

Design and implementation of specialty testing to determine installation effects associated with different flow meter designs. Contributor to API MPMS Chapter 22.2 describing standard method for installation effect testing.

Development and support of a standard test method applied to electronic measurement equipment used for custody transfer. The testing confirms that hardware meets API performance standards.

Provided consulting services to US Bureau of Land Management in the development of a computer based uncertainty calculator for use in custody transfer measurement.

Provided test and consulting services to evaluate and characterize the performance of educators used to enhance oil production based on a high pressure gas energy source.

Proposed a solution based on testing to allow custody transfer measurement of coal bed methane using orifice meters operating outside of the range specified in API standards. The solution was acceptable to both contracting parties and allowed a reduction in the cost of production.

Responsible for testing to determine the effect of small amounts of liquid on the accuracy of orifice flow measurement.

Support of several CEESI clients requiring production calibration services. In such cases the client is seeking reduced cost and faster turnaround while maintaining high quality.

Chemical Engineer Resume

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B.S. Chemistry, 1977, Oklahoma City University
B.S./M.S. Chemical Engineering, 1984, University of Oklahoma
Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, 1986, University of Oklahoma


Senior NMR Lab Research Technician
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, 1977 - 1980

Supervisor, Natural Gas PVT Laboratory
Instructor, Engineering Computer Programming, Fluid Dynamics
University of Oklahoma, 1980 - 1984

Visiting Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering
Project Leader, Natural Gas Equation of State Development
University of Oklahoma, 1985 - 1986

Principal Project Manager, Fluid Properties and Gas Measurement, Basic Research and Environmental Research Groups
Gas Research Institute, 1986 - 2000

Leader, Multiphase Technologies
Argonne National Laboratory, 2000 - 2002

Senior Staff Engineer
Colorado Engineering Experiment Station, 2002 - present

Professional Societies:

American Petroleum Institute
International Standards Organization
Gas Processors Association
American Gas Association

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Technical Accomplishments:

Primary engineer responsible for the development of AGA Report No. 8. (1985, 1992, 1994), API MPMS Chapter 14.2 Part 2, and ISO Standard 12213 on High Accuracy Compressibility Factors for Natural Gas Custody Transfer. Led US effort to integrate US and ISO natural gas physical property measurement standards. Results have been implemented worldwide.

Primary engineer responsible for conception, design, and development of high accuracy physical properties laboratory for the Gas Research Institute.

Developed "SuperZ" software for ultrasonic and sonic nozzle calculations. Industry support provided by Natural Gas Pipeline, Ruhr gas, Stork, Daniel, Starling Associates, Chevron, K-lab, NBS, and GRI.

Successfully created the first joint US and ISO standards in TC193 in 1994.

Developed and managed the GRI Basic Research Program in the Fluid Properties of Natural Gas and Related Fluids from 1987 to 2000.

Conceived and managed extensive GRI research programs in gas measurement, gas hydrates, acid gas treating, and gas dehydration from 1987 to 2000. Participating organizations included AGA, API, CEESI, DOE, GERG, GPA, MMS, NEL, and PRCI.

Holder of three patents describing ultrasonic measurement techniques. Two patents are pending that describe gas hydrate applications.

Chairman for Natural Gas Density (Compressibility) and Energy Content working groups, API COGFM. Task Group Chair for VCF for Gasoline/Ethanol blends, API COMQ. Vice-Chairman of ANSI U.S. TAG for TC 193. Task group member of API Flare Gas Measurement Group.

Selected as first recipient of Gas Research Institute Research Fellowship Award.

Engineering Resumes

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B.S. Mechanical Engineering, 1980, University of New Hampshire
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, 1982, University of New Hampshire


Colorado Engineering Experiment Station, Inc., 1990 - present

Principal Engineer
Engineering Measurements Company (EMCO), 1987 - 1990

Research Engineer
The Foxboro Company, 1982 - 1987

Professional Societies:

* American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
* ASME Standards Committee on Fluid Flow Measurement Uncertainty
* American Gas Association Transmission Measurement Committee
* American Petroleum Institute
* National Conference of Standards Laboratories
* Measurement Science Conference
* Instrument Society of America

Technical Accomplishments:

* Began to establish a program at Foxboro to develop multiphase flow products. Designed and developed a wet steam measurement test capability and obtained considerable test data on several flow meter products. The effort included research of existing state-of-the-art to identify potential future products and market needs.

* Design, commissioning, and operation of the newest CEESI Primary Flow Facility ("Primary C"). This facility can be operated with a combustible gas which added a unique capability to CEESI calibration and test services.

* Prepared the calibration process uncertainty analyses required to achieve Federal Government accreditation of the CEESI calibration facilities. These analysis included instrument performance, process stability, calibration histories and inter-laboratory comparison programs.

* Responsible for the development and maintenance of a multiple agenda technical training program. Course agendas are designed to cover the wide range of CEESI client industries as well as student experience. Training has been delivered to clients worldwide as well as within the CEESI Colorado facility.

* Provided an uncertainty analysis of a wet gas production allocation process. Orifice meters provided allocation of gas and condensate volumes based on custody transfer measurements at a separator. The analysis scope included daily flow computer data representing seven years of production from nearly 100 wells.

* Completed an engineering analysis of an oil production allocation process. Turbine meters provided allocation of production volume measured by a LACT unit and barge sales. The analysis resulted comparing several allocation algorithms.

* Provided testing and consulting services to characterize the behavior of a rich gas offshore production system. The potential for retrograde condensation raised concerns regarding the measurements and calculation of gas density. The CEESI solution included wet gas testing and an uncertainty analysis.

* Developed a statistical calibration process control algorithm for laboratory and field applications. The results of the algorithm allows an operator to easily monitor measurement system performance.

* Prepared an uncertainty analysis of the mass balance in a gas processing plant based on combining individual component uncertainties. The plant measured unprocessed gas using an ultrasonic meter; liquid products and intermediate measurements were made with turbine and orifice meters.

* Providing contributions to flow measurement standards (AGA, API, ASME) describing uncertainty analysis. Currently leading effort to develop an API MPMS Chapter devoted exclusively to measurement uncertainty.