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Work History

Jun 2013Present

Director of Engineering

Field Diagnostics

Participating in CEO-level discussions and decisions. Increased focus on business strategy, product development, and process improvement. I spend about 40% of my time coding and developing algorithms.

Jan 2012Jun 2013

Engineering Manager

Field Diagnostics

Transitioned to a management role with direct reports and more inter-departmental coordination. I still spent about 60% of my time coding and developing algorithms.

Jan 2006Jan 2012

Engineer, Sr. Engineer, Solutions Architect

Field Diagnostics

I primarily focused on technology implementation and low-level architecture over this period, graduating from Engineer, to Senior Engineer, to Architect.

Education

20042006

MS, Mechanical Engineering (Controls)

Texas A&M, College Station

Specialized in Systems and Controls, with a focus on Artificial Intelligence applied to optimization and fault detection/diagnosis problems.

Master’s Thesis; “Urban Traffic Control Based on Artificial Immune Systems”, Texas A&M University, 2005

Pallav Negi, and Reza Langari, “Artificial Immune Networks for Multi-sensor Fault Detection,” Technical Report, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University, May 2004

19992004

Bachelor of Engineering, Manufacturing Processes and Automation

Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology

Master’s Thesis; “Urban Traffic Control Based on Artificial Immune Systems”, Texas A&M University, 2005

Pallav Negi, and Reza Langari, “Artificial Immune Networks for Multi-sensor Fault Detection,” Technical Report, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University, May 2004