Brian Holland

Software Developer

Summary

Engineering education

Global experience

Tested, trusted, and tried 

Work History

Work History
Nov 2010 - Jan 2015

Rf Engineer level 2

Lockheed Martin, MST

ESM Solutions for B2-stealth aircraft

Integrating Test Software for box level and card level testing

Hardware and test assessment and design

Government security clearance maintained without violation for 4 years

Designing test software hierarchy

Guiding team of Software Engineers in test development

Modifying tester drawings, overseeing repairs and alterations

Overseeing test certification with quality engineering and customer representatives

Feb 2008 - Dec 2009

Electrical Officer aboard the MV Logos Hope

GBA Ships International

MV Logos Hope (16 countries) Electrical Officer for 2009

Managed and trained international team of electricians

Oversaw and performed maintenance, design, installation and documentation of ship electrical systems

Key contact during Passenger Ship Safety Certificate inspections

Jun 2005 - Dec 2007

Research Assistant

Auburn University

Auburn, AL Research Assistant to Dr Ramesh Ramadoss

Directed research aide in Frequency Agile Microstrip Bandpass Filter project

Design, Simulation, Fabrication, and Testing of directed projects

Graduate Magna Cum Laude

Jun 2007 - Dec 2007

Customer Support Technician

CoachComm, LLC Auburn University

Direct customer relations to fix problems and train customers on new products and services

Answering phone calls and responding to problem tickets for solutions

Preparing laptops to ship to customers

Jun 2004 - Aug 2004

Engineering Assistant

Phase IV Systems, Inc

Huntsville, AL Engineering Assistant

Conducting RF measurements on components purchased as well as fabricated

Updating diagrams and drawings to aid R&D process

Education

Education
Jun 2005 - Dec 2007

M.E.E

Auburn University

Independent studies in MicroElectroMechanicalSystems (MEMS) and RF Design

Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS); Analog Circuit Design, Neural Networks, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Wireless Networks, Wireless Communication Systems, RF Devices and Circuits, Microwave Engineering, Antennas and Antenna Systems, Digital Signal Processing (DSP), Microelectronic Fabrication

Aug 2001 - May 2005

BACHELORS

Auburn University

Circuit Analysis, Signals and Systems, Computer Systems, Communications Systems, Analog Electronics, Random Signals and Systems, Digital Logic Circuits, Electrical Engineering Laboratories, Wireless Design Laboratory

Skills

Skills

Software

Javascript, AutoCAD, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, FrontPage, MATLAB, HTML, Assembly Language, MIL-STD-1750A, C++, C, HFSS, ADS, LivePlayer Pro, Siemens PLC, National Instruments Labview, National Instruments TestStand, VBA, Agilent Connection Expert, Agilent Command Expert, Various Agilent supporting tools

Publications

B. Holland, R. McPherson, T. Zhang, Z. Hou, R. Dean, R.W. Johnson, L.D. Castillo and A. Moussessian, "Ultra-thin, flexible electronics," 2008 Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC 2008), Lake Buena Vista, FL, May 27-28, 2008, pp. 1110-1116.

B. Holland, R. McPherson, R. Dean, R.W. Johnson and L. Del Castillo, “Handling and processing of die for use in ultra-thin flexible electronics,” IMAPS ATW and Tabletop Exhibition on Military, Aerospace, Space and Homeland Security, Linthicum Heights, MD, April 30 – May 1, 2008.

B.R. Holland, R. Ramadoss, S. Pandey, P. Agrawal, “Tunable Coplanar Patch Antenna using Varactor”, IEE Electronics Letters Volume 42, Issue 6, 16 March 2006 Page(s):319 – 321

B Holland “A TUNABLE COPLANAR PATCH ANTENNA, A POLYMER MEMS BASED TUNABLE BANDPASS FILTER, AND A CHIP-IN-POLYMER PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY”, Master of Science Thesis, 2007, Auburn University http://etd.auburn.edu/bitstream/handle/10415/165/Holland_Brian_3.pdf?sequence=1