Juan P. R. D. freelancer experto en C++, C, Python

Juan P. R. D.

Expert Software Engineer/Developer

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Bolivia
Valor hora:

USD 18,00

IT & Programación

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Overview
A highly experienced software engineer with experience in highly complex commercial / industrial / real-time / mission critical multithreaded software systems, GUI design and library modifications. A master in C/C++/C++11 (skills tested in: oDesk, ELance, Freelancer.com, ExpertRating, Brainbench and Smarterer). An expert (with relevant experience) in Python, Lua, Java, Objective-C, C#, Visual Basic.NET, Web Technologies (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, PHP).

My domain of expertise includes (but not limited to):
- Autonomous / Expert / Distributed Systems Design and Implementation
- Parallel / Multithreaded / Concurrent / High Speed Computations
- Cache-Aware / Hardware-Aware Algorithms and Optimizations
- Computer Architecture, Networking and Interfacing
- Mobile Application Development (iOS/Android)
- Robotics and Automation (Artificial Intelligence/AI)
- Software Engineering / Project Management / Specifications
- Embedded / Real-Time (RT) Systems
- Communication Systems (Wireless/Wired)
- Measurement and Instrumentation
- Data Mining, Knowledge Acquisition and Analysis
- Digital / Analog / Mixed Circuit Design
- Analog / Digital Signal Processing (ASP, DSP)
- Video / Audio / Image Processing / Formats
- Analog / Digital Control Systems
- Web Site Design And Development

Most importantly, freelancing is my core business (full-time). That means that YOU and YOUR SUCCESS are my core business!! Every task that I undertake is performed with professionalism, with honesty, with haste, using the best that I have to offer in order to ensure your absolute satisfaction. No matter if you are looking for a small script/program that will consist in a couple of hours of work, a desktop/mobile application, a web site, or for a long-term commitment for a complex project for a distributed/multithreaded system, I am your guy. I crave 5 star ratings and outstanding reviews so I will do everything I can to exceed your expectations!!! My core mission is to be your go-to coder / programmer / developer: reliable, always there for my clients (especially the returning ones) and the one that will always give you the results with FRIENDLY ATTITUDE and ALWAYS treating you like YOU ARE MY BEST ASSET... BECAUSE YOU ARE.

Website: www.jprdv.com
Skype ID: jprodriguezdv
ODesk Profile: https://www.odesk.com/users/~01f44668968df46fd1
Freelancer.com Profile: https://www.freelancer.com/u/jprodriguezdv.html
ELance Profile: https://www.elance.com/s/jprodriguezdv/
LinkedIn Profile: https://bo.linkedin.com/in/jprdv
Brainbench: http://www.brainbench.com/transcript.jsp?pid=12130215
Smarterer: http://smarterer.com/jprodriguezdv

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Skills and Proficiencies (not all listed)
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*** Operating Systems ***
Unix/Linux; Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows 8, Mac OS X; iOS; and Google Android.

*** Programming/Scripting Languages and Related ***
C/ C++ (C++11), C#, CSS, GNU Make, HTML, Java, JavaScript, JSON, Lua, Linux Shell Scripting (bash), Objective-C, PHP, Python, SQL (MySQL) , Universal Modeling Language (UML2.0) Modeling, Visual Basic.NET (VB.NET), XML.

*** Programming Libraries, Frameworks and APIs ***

C/C++: ANSI C Standard Libraries, C++ STL and C Compatibility Libraries, Xerces C++, Boost, wxWidgets, Qt, Microsoft C and WinAPI, Unix/Linux API, Lua API, Google GTest, Google GMock, Google GFlags, Google GLog, Google Supersonic, Google Protobuf

C#: NET Framework;

Lua: Standard Library

Java: Android API/SDK, Java SE, JUnit

Objective-C: Foundation, UIKit/Cocoa Touch (iPhone / iPad Development)

Python: Standard Library, wxPython, Django

Visual Basic: .NET Framework

*** Software Applications ***
Apple Xcode, CMake, Doxygen, Eclipse IDE (CDT, JDT), GIT, GNU GCC Compiler, GNU make, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Visio, OneNote), Microsoft Project , Microsoft Visual Studio (MSVC++ compiler and toolchain), MySQL Workbench, Qt Creator, Sun Microsystems OpenOffice.org/Document Foundation LibreOffice.

*** Technologies, Protocols and Misc ***

Wired/Wireless Communication Technologies and Protocols: Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), Internet Protocol (IP, IPv4, IPv6), User Datagram Protocol (UDP)

Misc. Technologies: Microsoft .NET, Asynchronous Javascript (AJAX).
Historia laboral
JUAN PABLO RODRIGUEZ DV
www.linkedin.com/in/jprdv
jprodriguezdv@gmail.com
La Paz, Bolivia
     
(Last Update: December 1st, 2014)

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QUALIFICATIONS
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A hardworking, motivated, self-starter professional with a culture of continuing education and personal improvement, who finds fulfillment on the challenge of enhancement, creation and implementation of better applications, systems and solutions through cross-domain knowledge and expertise.

Experience includes:
* Autonomous / Expert / Distributed Systems Design and Implementation
* Computer Architecture and Networking
* Robotics and Automation
* Software Engineering / Specifications
* Embedded / Real-Time Systems
* Communication Systems (Wireless/Wired)
* Computer Interfacing
* Measurement and Instrumentation
* Data Mining, Knowledge Acquisition and Analysis
* Digital/Analog/Mixed Circuit Design
* Mobile Application Development (iOS/Android)
* Web Site Design and Development

Education and proven experience on cross-domain technological topics, demonstrate the ability to innovate, integrate, design and improve broad range of computer-based systems with any goal, considering general factors like integration, scalability, maintainability, costs, performance, and risk and opportunity analysis, as well as domain-specific technical aspects as revision control, documentation, threading control, hardware support, system distribution, and others.

With a broad skill set and education, ranging from multiple programming languages, signal/data analysis to hardware design, applied to a wide range of applications such as intelligent systems, automated testing, automated control, programming framework design, hardware-software interface, data mining, user interface, data storage, client/server/cluster applications, database design, software development and planning; professional has shown versatility, adaptability, knowledge, expertise and the ability to provide ingenious and better approaches to different domains.

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PROFESSIONAL / WORK  EXPERIENCE
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FREELANCING / SELF-EMPLOYMENT, La Paz, La Paz (BOLIVIA)
Work as an independent freelancer providing freelancing services in three freelancing sites: oDesk (https://www.odesk.com/users/~01f44668968df46fd1), Elance (https://www.elance.com/s/jprodriguezdv/), and Freelancer.com (https://www.freelancer.com/u/jprodriguezdv.html). Also developing software in iOS and Android software as an independent contractor / individual business.
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Software/Electrical/Computer Engineer Freelancer
Feb 14 – Current
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* Modified, enhanced and tested a Database Management System’ (DBMS) executor module using C++, integrating high-profile C++ libraries and using advanced C++ techniques for maintainability and speed.
* Developed and designed artificial intelligence algorithms and game design geometric manipulation for 3D display using C++ (OpenGL) and C++/CLI (.NET).
* Designed GUI/Utilities using Visual Basic.NET (Windows Forms) for file content manipulation (single and batch)

Achievements/Results: After more than 1000+ hours of work in oDesk with high ratings (where all of the contracts are located at the moment) a high rating in customer satisfaction has been maintained. For more detailed information regarding achievements and results related to this position, look at contracting history documentation.


Mobile (iOS/Android) Application Software Engineer
Feb 13 – Feb 14
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* Developed 3 small utilities in iOS that are available in the AppStore (from code development from scratch and graphics), using technologies like Core Data and In-App Purchases

Achievements/Results:

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SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES (SEL), Pullman, Washington (USA)
Research & Development Department – Automation Division

SEL design, manufactures, and support products and services ranging from generator and transmission protection to distribution automation and control systems. Industries served include commercial buildings, life sciences, consumer products, metals and mining, education, mission-critical facilities, electric utilities, oil, gas, petrochemical, electronics. Ranked 97th in the Fortune's Best Places to Work in 2012.
The R&D Automation Division design, implements,and maintains SEL products related to automation, control and monitoring for all industries with Real-Time Automation Controllers (RTAC), (Discrete) Programmable Automation Controllers (DPAC/PAC) and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), between other offerings.
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Associate Software Engineer (Embedded/Firmware)
Oct 11 – Dec 12
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* Debugged, troubleshooted, solved and found root cause of issues relating multithreaded execution, processing and  communication protocols/message specifications like DNP3, MODBUS, IEC-61850, EIA-232 (RS-232), TCP/IP, SEL Fast Protocol, SEL Mirrored Bits, Generic Object Oriented Substation Events (GOOSE) and Manufacturing Message Specifications (MMS) through C/C++ coding, schematics/standards/specifications review, FPGA VHDL code investigation, signal measurement, packet analysis and setting up test scenarios.
* Programmed Perl scripts to automate testing and find additional issues through input randomization.
* Authored articles about latest developments in ISO C (C11) and ISO C++ (C++11) and C++ template/compiler issues.
* Implemented SNTP client for the SEL2411 based on existing SEL implementations and firmware settings upgrades for SEL2411/SEL2440.
* Reviewed and corrected software requirement specifications and functional tests for SEL2411/SEL2440.
* Migrated build system for the SEL2411 from Rational Omake to GNU Make based on other implementations.

Achievements/Results:  Work performed on the SEL2411/SEL2440 (two of the most used and sold SEL industrial automation and control products in 2012) resulted in additional features and several quality improvements that got translated in increased sales and renewed interest in the product line. Articles informed SEL engineers about the latest and most advanced C/C++ techniques and trends.

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DATAMATICS CONSULTANTS Inc., Duluth, Georgia (USA)
Client: Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America (PASA), Peachtree City, Georgia (USA)
Systems Engineering Department - System Verification Testing (SVT) Group
Datamatics is a Georgia based consulting company, awarded as Georgia's Top Subcontinent Asian-American owned business in America and Georgia's Top Small Business in 2005. PASA is an integrated supplier to the automotive industry in North America. Division of Panasonic Corporation of America, the principal North American subsidiary of Panasonic (ranked 444th in the Forbes Global 500, as in 2011).
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Automation Tools Engineer
Sep 07 - Jul 08
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* Independently created and developed a programming framework and expandable library for test automation systems, which allowed code reusability (pattern development), customizable and interchangeable interface (supporting functional notation and semantic recognition from almost arbitrary sentences for parameter extraction), and standardized logging. The framework provided network connectivity in a cluster fashion between test terminals that allowed collaborative defect detection and data gathering for analysis.
* Supervised test automation engine's 3rd party C++ development vendors to assure they meet contractual deliverables. Also tested newly implemented features of test automation engine, enforced correction of defects, and recommended features based on usage and needs.
* Tested product prototype software code for quality, performance and correct operation (CAN messaging, audio, video, display, electrical properties, Electrical Control Unit, or ECU, interfacing and user experience).
* Documented and sketched diagrams related to the PASA test automation platform, a 200,000 USD approx. (per  terminal) system, including information about all software and hardware components, and also design, construction, rationale, variations, communication, interdependence, integration.
* Independently developed, designed and implemented test development automated tools for improving code generation speed and additional support for test programmers, which include a JIT (Just-In-Time) help assistant and code pattern replacement system.
* Verified hardware interface libraries generated with LabVIEW, added stability improvements and data gathering speed optimization.

Achievements/Results:  Programming framework increased test script quality and decreased test script development and debugging time by 40 percent. Semantic recognition interface for test development automation allowed inexperienced programmers to develop high quality, optimized tests. Supervision of 3rd party C++ vendors resulted in a quality, functionality and performance improvement of test automation engine, one of the milestones of a multi-million USD business strategy. Designed and implemented test development tools improved learning curve, reduced errors, and laid the foundation for previously missing collaborative test script development.

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ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania (USA)
Physics and Engineering Department
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Test Engineer Consultant (volunteer work)
Jun 07 - Jul 07
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* Research focused on the changes in the relaxation spectrum of cement and its cure evolution with changes in chemistry and processing conditions. Research funded by the US National Science Foundation (NSF) with a grant of 100,000 USD approx.
* Optimized test and data acquisition application to measure capacitance in cement mixtures, allowing configurations in data collection rate and data export.
Collaborated in the design of electro-mechanical switching system for multiple mixture's sampling support.
* Provided troubleshooting for Laica DC100 camera system allowing cement texture’s curing evolution observation.

Achievements/Results: Reduction of data collection time, improving test procedures in research, therefore facilitating research efforts.

Teaching Assistant (90% volunteer work)
Jan 05 - Dec 05, Jan 07 - Aug 07
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* Tutored and provided assistance in laboratory procedures in digital logic design / implementation / debugging of FPGA, microcontrollers, analog and digital circuits applications and for Control systems, Electronics and Digital Design And Interfacing, Physics II and Introductory Acoustics classes.
* Updated and improved internal technical papers and documentation about FPGA, microcontroller. SCADA, DSP and PLC development systems and implementations. Additions to documentation included technology comparisons based on industry applications, as well as IC internal architecture overview, prices, technology-specific research efforts, real-life applications and PCB layout and component description of devices held by the university.
* Engineered and designed an analysis application for automated acquisition of RLC response characteristics (i.e., response time, settling time, percent overshoot, damping coefficient and rise time) as well as water temperature stabilization systems for demonstration to students and as a foundation for future university curricula.
Worked on DC motors and optical encoders in the development of PID motor control system for demonstration to students.
* Collaborated and troubleshooted design of electronics projects, which included RF detection and light compensation control systems for electronics' student projects.
* Designed and built a GPIB automated data acquisition and instrument remote control system for the Agilent / HP4541A Semiconductor Parameter Analyzer. Features of application included creation of custom-made (domain specific) XML-based language for custom application setup.
* Taught LabVIEW(8 hours of in-class lectures), (micro)Vision, dScope and Xilinx ISE Foundation (several lab sessions) to 18 senior/junior computer engineering/science students.
* Provided assistance and troubleshooting on MATLAB and Solid Edge to 30 freshmen engineering students.
* Configured, tested and tracked inventory of  laboratory equipment (i.e. oscilloscopes, wave generators, power supplies and DAQ boards) and optimized laboratory computers performance for 3-D CAD drafting and data acquisition applications.
* Graded electronics homework assignments and LabVIEW related laboratory reports and implementations.

Achievements/Results: Facilitated faculty and student work in laboratory and academic procedures in Electronics, Digital Design and Interfacing, Control Systems, Physics II and Introductory Acoustics classes. Development of interface application and software / instrumentation configurations made 65,000 USD approx. worth of equipment available to the Physics and Engineering Department for high-speed semiconductor I-V characterizations. Laboratory setups and activities facilitated research and education efforts of the Physics and Engineering Department.

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RELEVANT RESEARCH / EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
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ITALIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (IIT) , Genoa (Italy)
Robotics, Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department
The goals of the IIT are to promote leading basic research and technological innovation, to contribute to the advancement of science and technology, and to accelerate Italy’s productivity growth. Member of the RoboCUB consortium (with University of Genoa, MIT, University of Zürich, IST Lisbon and University of Tokyo) and other internationally recognized institutions.
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Elizabethtown College Computer Engineering Program Representative (volunteer work)    
Mar 07
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* Represented the Elizabethtown College's Computer Engineering Program in a survey of the research, equipment, projects and funding of the Robotics, Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department at the IIT headquarters.
* Interacted and investigated development, components of projects of the Robocub Consortium / University of Genoa including iCub (open-source robotic platform for machine learning studies which simulates the behavior of a two-year-old infant for machine learning studies), JAMES (a robotic platform focused on the investigation of visuo-ocular reflexes) and the Babybot (robotic platform designed to learn about brain functions through modeling brain and cognitive structures).

Achievements/Results: Made contacts and strengthen relations between Elizabethtown College and the IIT for future collaborations and research. Information acquired from the research served as references for the Elizabethtown College’s Machine Intelligence and Learning laboratory.

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ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania (USA)
Wunderbot Autonomous Ground Vehicle Development Team
The Wunderbot is an autonomous ground vehicle whose primary objective is to give virtual tours of the Elizabethtown College’s Campus. Project sponsored by LAM, National Instruments, OmniSTAR, Phoenix Contact and others.
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LabVIEW Programmer and Support (volunteer work)
May 06 - Jun 06, Jan 07 - May 07
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* Optimized algorithms for artificial intelligence, autonomous control and image acquisition systems.
* Provided solutions for the platform’s SICK LMS-200 laser range finder data acquisition system.

Achievement/Results: Procedures improved platform’s obstacle avoidance and decision making capabilities.

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ASSOCIATION FOR UNMANNED VEHICLE SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL (AUVSI)
The 14th Annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition
Competition sponsored by the US Department of Defense, TARDEC, AUVSI, General Motors, Applied Research Associates Inc, and others at the Selfridge National Air Base in Warren, Michigan (USA). Based on the design, construction and functionality of an intelligent autonomous ground vehicle in which 32 US and international universities competed. Challenges included course obstacle avoidance, GPS autonomous navigation, design and JAUS protocol implementation.
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Elizabethtown College’s Wunderbot III Autonomous Ground Vehicle Team Member
Jun 06
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* Competed in representation of the Elizabethtown College Computer Engineering program.
* Provided troubleshooting for image processing systems, artificial intelligence, and co-authored design report for the competition.

Achievements/Results: The Wundebot III ended 9 of 32 in the autonomous navigation challenge, 20 of 32 in the design challenge (both challenges above University of Texas - Austin, Georgia Institute of Technology and Rochester Institute of Technology) and 18 of 32 in the course obstacle avoidance challenge (close to University of Texas - Austin and above Georgia Institute of Technology and Rochester Institute of Technology).

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ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania (USA)
Solar-Powered Vehicle Design Competition
Competition made in the Introduction to Engineering II class consisting in the design of a solar-powered small vehicle
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Team Hummer Solar Powered Vehicle Team Member    
Aug 02 - Dec 02
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* Designed and built several components of the vehicle.

Achievement/Results: The Hummer Solar-Powered Vehicle competed in a college sponsored event attracting the local news. Event increased local community awareness of alternative non-pollutant energy sources.

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ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania (USA)
Toy and Game Design Competition
Competition made in the Introduction to Engineering class consisting in the design and construction of a low-budget toy.
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Action Flag Projector Team Member
Aug 02 - Dec 02
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* Designed and built an action flag projector, a toy that emulated a waiving flag over ceilings through image manipulation using light, magnification lenses, vibration system and lenses partially filled with water as image filtering mechanism.

Achievement / Results: The team design won the competition. Prototype is constantly displayed to prospective engineering students as a demonstration of engineering skills and creativity of Elizabethtown College engineering students.

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PUBLICATIONS
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SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES (SEL), Pullman, Washington (USA)
Weekly R&D Update
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Rodriguez, Juan P.
“Notes about ISO C++11: Move Semantics...Fast Got Faster...and Leaner”
Oct 12
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* Article introducing move semantics. Departs from the unnecessary copying issue in order to justify the addition of move semantics. It also describes Return Value Optimization (RVO) and copy elision compiler optimizations.

“Library Fat Trimming Using Templates”
Apr 12
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* Article describing modern C++ template techniques and concepts in order to reduce memory footprint of a library under certain circumstance, based on hard experimentation and data of compilers used in the company.

“ISO C11 Standard”
Jan 12
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* Article describing the new features, changes and improvements of the ISO C 11 Programming Language.

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ASSOCIATION FOR UNMANNED VEHICLE SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL (AUVSI)
14th Annual Intelligence Ground Vehicle Competition
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Yeager, Thomas, Brian Moran, Justin Shade, Shade Rosencrance, David Coleman, Arindam Kanjilal, Amlan Banerjee, James Painter and Juan P. Rodriguez
“2006 Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition Design Report: Wunderbot III”
2006
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* Autonomous Ground Vehicle Design report presented at the IGVC as requirement for the competition.

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PRESENTATIONS / SEMINARS
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ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania (USA)
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The 7th Annual Mini-conference on Robotics and Machine Intelligence
May 07
Rodriguez, Juan P.
“International Robotics and Machine Intelligence Research at the Italian Institute of Technology”
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* Presented findings of trip to the IIT which included institutional and funding information, analysis of hardware and software tools being used, main projects and discussions about current robotic trends and scholar robotics research taken from IIT/University of Genoa's Liralab publications and interviews with key members of the institution, as well as from the interaction with their robotics platforms.

The 6th Annual Mini-conference on Robotics and Machine Intelligence
May 06
Banerjee, Amlan, Mark Dinse, Arindam Kanjilal and Juan P. Rodriguez
“Advantages and Disadvantages of using vector SMP multiprocessing architectures for human genome mapping”.
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* Presented an analysis about the advantages and disadvantages of using vector SMP multiprocessing architectures for human genome mapping using a top-down approach, from architectural tradeoffs to small grain analysis using a simplified machine model.

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HONORS AND AWARDS
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ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, Elizabethown, Pennsylvania (USA)
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Faculty / Outstanding Senior Project Award Recipient
2007
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* Computer Engineering Applications using National Instruments LabVIEW
* Award given by the Elizabethtown College’s Physics and Engineering Department which recognizes the professional potential of a student from the results and development of his / her senior project.

Exceeding Expectations Award Nomination
2007
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* Award given by the Elizabethtown College Campus Life Council which recognizes the achievements of a senior student who has faced challenges and overcome difficult life circumstances in order to pursue an education.

Academic Excellence Award Recipient
Fall 05
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* Award given to a student that attains a GPA of 3.5 or higher in a semester.

International Scholarship Recipient
2002-2006
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* Scholarship granted by Elizabethtown College to an international student consisting on half of tuition expenses

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EDUCATION
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SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Dallas, Texas (USA)
Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering
M.S. Electrical Engineering program ranked as one of the 76th best 100 graduate programs in the U.S. according to the National Research Council and US News Rankings. Overall university ranked as 56th in the nation (in 2011) according to U.S. News and Word Report guidebook.
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Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
Aug 09 - May 11
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Specialization: Communications and Networking (Primary), Signal Processing and Control (Secondary)
Non-Degree Coursework: File and Database Management, Software Project Management, Introduction to Data Mining.

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ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania (USA)
Experimental learning school, ranked #4 best baccalaureate college in the North by U.S. News (as in 2009). Consistently listed in Baron’s Guide to the Most Prestigious Colleges, Peterson’s Comprehensive College, and Princeton Reviews Northeastern Colleges.
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Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
Aug 02 – May 07
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Senior Project: Computer Engineering Applications using National Instruments LabVIEW (Grade A).
Engineering Project/Research: International Robotics and European Research Funding Case Study: Italian Institute of Technology (Grade A).

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CERTIFICATIONS / SKILL ASSESSMENTS
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ODESK
“oDesk is a global online work platform where businesses and independent professionals connect and collaborate remotely”. oDesk offers standardized tests where all freelancers have the possibility to demonstrate their knowledge and skill proficiency to prospective clients.
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Programming with C Test/Certification
Feb 14
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Scores: Percentile: Top 10%, Score: 3.90/5.00

Programming with C++ Test/Certification
Feb 14
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Scores: Percentile: Top 10%, Score: 3.75/5.00

Customer Service Test/Certification
Feb 14
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Scores: Percentile: Top 10%, Score: 4.60/5.00

Telephone Service Test/Certification
Feb 14
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Scores: Percentile: Top 10%, Score: 4.60/5.00

Email Service Test/Certification
Feb 14
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Scores: Percentile: Top 10%, Score: 4.60/5.00


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EXPERTRATING SOLUTIONS (USA, UK, INDIA, SINGAPORE)
“ExpertRating is a trusted name in pre employment testing services offering cutting edge employment testing solutions to business giants such as Ericsson, Fox News, Elance, Convergys, GAP and IKEA to name a few. Expert Rating is currently one of the few employoyee testing companies in the world to have been certified under ISO 9001-2008 for its skill testing and training systems”.
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Programming with C++ Test/Certification
Sep 11
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Scores: Percentile: 91-96%*, GPA: 3.1, Score: 76/100
* As in Sep, 2011: Percentile values denote the percentage of candidates who have scored less in this test. Note that the percentile value is likely to change in the future with future test-takers.

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CONTINUING / PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS - URBANA CHAMPAIGN, Champaign, Illinois (USA)
Ranked 3rd best engineering universities of the US in 2011 according to U.S. News.
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Graduate Coursework (Non-Degree)
Jun 09 – Aug 09
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CS 425 - Distributed Systems and Networking (Grade A)

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SKILLS AND PROFICIENCIES
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Spoken Languages: English (Fluent) and Spanish (Native)

Operating Systems: ExpressLogic ThreadX; Linux (Kubuntu, Ubuntu); Microsoft Windows (95, 98, Me, XP, 7), Mac OS X and iOS; and Google Android.

Programming/Scripting Languages and Related: C/ C++ (C11 and C++11), C#, AutoHotKey (AutoIt) Scripting, Capture CIS Sketching; CSS, DOS (batch script), DTD, Entity-Relationship (ER) Modeling, Freescale Coldfire / Motorola 68k Assembly Language, G (LabVIEW programming), GNU Make, HTML / XHTML, IEC 61131-3 PLC Ladder Logic, IEC 61131-PLC Structured Text (CodeSys), Java, JavaScript, Lua, Linux Shell Scripting (bash), M (Matlab, Octave), Objective-C, Perl 5, PHP, Python, R, Rational Clearcase OMake, SELogic, Simulink block diagramming, SQL (PL/SQL), SWISHScript (Adobe Flash based programming alternative), Xilinx ISE digital logic sketching, VHSIC Hardware Description Language (VHDL), Universal Modeling Language (UML2.0) Modeling, Visual Basic.NET (VB.NET), x86 Assembly Language, XML, XML Schema, XSLT, XPath.

Programming Libraries, Frameworks and APIs: C / C++:  ANSI C Standard Libraries, C++ STL and C Compatibility Libraries, ExpressLogic ThreadX API, Xerces C++, Boost, wxWidgets, Microsoft C and Win32 API, Linux API, Lua API, Microsoft Foundation Class Libraries (MFC), UnitTest++; C#: NET Framework; Lua: Standard Library, wxLua Java: Android API/SDK, Java SE, JUnit G (LabVIEW): Internet Toolkit, RT Toolkit, Control Systems Toolkit, FPGA Toolkit, Simulation Toolkit. Objective-C: Foundation, UIKit/Cocoa Touch (iPhone / iPad Development) Python: NetworkX, Numpy, Matplotlib, Scipy, Standard Library, Sympy, wxPython Visual Basic: .NET Framework

Software Applications: Apple Xcode 4, AutoHotKey, Bloodshed dev-C++, Code::Blocks IDE,  Doxygen, DIA, Eclipse IDE (CDT, JDT), Keil µVision and dScope, Gimpel Software Pc-Lint/FlexeLint. Green Hills Software Multi + Coldfire Compiler Toolchain, GIT, GNU Octave, GNU GCC Compiler, IBM Lotus Notes, IBM Rational Clearcase, IBM Rational OMake, IBM Rational ClearQuest, Keithley / NI LabTracer, GNU make, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Visio, OneNote, Project) , Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 (MSVC++ compiler and toolchanin), Microchip MPLAB, National Instruments LabVIEW, Oracle SQL*PLUS (with Oracle 10g), OrCAD Capture CIS Lite; PASCO DataStudio, Subversion (SVN), Sun Microsystems NetBeans, SAGE, SlickEdit IDE, Sun Microsystems OpenOffice.org/Document Foundation LibreOffice (Writer, Math, Make, Impress, Draw, Calc, Web Page Creator), SWISHMax Studio, The MathWorks MATLAB and Simulink, Weka, wx-Dev IDE, Xilinx ISE Foundation.

Hardware Equipment/Instrumentation: Agilent / HP 33120A Fuction / Waverform Generator, 4145A Semiconductor Parameter Analyzer, 54603B Digital Oscilloscope, E3530A Power Supply; Digilent DigiLab XL; Freescale Coldfire MCF5445X, Intel 80251 microcontroller; Keithley 169 Digital Multimeter, 2400 SourceMeter, 6430 Sub-FemptoAmp Remote SourceMeter; Lavear VP 81940 Signal Generator, Leica DC100 Digital Camera System; Measuring Computing MiniLab1008; National Instruments PCI 7831R (LabVIEW FPGA Module/Multifunction DAQ/Reconfigurable I/O), PXI 1042 Chassis, PXI 8360 PXI Controller, PXI 6722 Multifunction DAQ, PXI 6509 Digital I/O, PXI 6259 High-Speed Multifunction DAQ ,  USB HS-IB (High-Speed GPIB); Omicron CMC256plus; PIC24 Microcontroller,  PASCO ScienceWorkshop 750,  Rohde & Schwartz SML01 RDS Signal Generator; SEL 2411 PAC: Programmable Automation Controller, 2414 Transformer Monitor, 4000 AMS Adaptive Multichannel Source RTS Relay Test System; SICK LMS-200 Laser Range Finder; Sorensen XHR 33-33 Power Supply, Xilinx Spartan XCS10 Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA).

Technologies, Protocols and Misc: Wired/Wireless Communication Technologies and Protocols: Controlled Area Network (CAN), General Purpose Instrument Bus (GPIB) IEEE 488.2, RS/EIA-232/485, Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), Internet Protocol (IP, IPv4, IPv6), User Datagram Protocol (UDP), Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP), Universal Serial Bus (USB), Local Area Network (LAN) IEEE 802.1, Wireless LAN (Wifi) IEEE 802.11, 3GPP, Long Term Evolution (LTE), WiMax, Modbus (RTU/TCP/IP), Distributed Network Protocol (DNP3), Manufacturing Messaging Specification (MMS), SEL Fast Protocol; Middleware: Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA), Java Object Serialization; Communication System Channel Analysis: Rice, AWGN, BSC, Rayleigh, Rice/Rician;  Modulation/Demodulation Schemes: FSK, PSK, AM, PM, OFDM; Error Detection Codes, Error Correcting Codes and Code Diversity Techniques: Linear, Reed-Solomon, Golay, Low Density Parity Check (LDPC) or Gallagher, Convolutional, Turbo, Alamouti Space-Time Code and Diversity, Space Time Trellis; Misc. Technologies: Microsoft .NET, Asynchronous Javascript (AJAX).
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