1998-2002 Wilkes University - Wilkes Barre, PA
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
AMEWAS, Inc. - Supervisor - 2002-Current - Patuxent River Naval Air Station, MD Clearance: Active Top Secret / SCI
Software Team Lead of the Electronic Combat and Stimulation Branch (ECSTIM) at the Integrated Battlespace Simulation and Test (IBST) department at the Air Combat Environment and Test Evaluation Facility (ACETEF).
Lead developer of the Multi-Jammer Capability Assessment system (aka: Magic Wall, MJC, NEWEG Block A). Developed software to perform kinematic and inverse-kinematic algorithms in real-time for multiple physical positioners in a anechoic chamber environment. Developed software to automate test matrixes, interface with RF test equipment, perform data reduction and archiving.
Lead developer of the EWACQ Upgrade, a closed-loop Early Warning / Acqusition Radar simulator using Qt/C++ and Red Hawk Linux. Updated PCI-CTR20 Linux kernel drivers to support cascadeable timer features of 9513 chip.
Developed instrumentation/telemetry monitoring systems for variety of buses including Mil-Std-1553, ARINC 429, Ethernet, Fibre Channel, and FireWire (IEEE 1394) using the Qt application framework and L3's System 550. Ported legacy software from C/Motif to C++/Qt.
Developed Supervisor Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems utilizing RS-232/485.
Developed web apps to support Validation Test Design using Django, Python, Bootstrap, jQuery and Highcharts.
Experienced CMMI Appraisal Team Member
DSR Inc. - Fairfax, VA
Submarine Systems Co-op. Developed applications using C/C++ and Motif for Solaris.
NASA Internship - Cape Canaveral, FL
Computer Science Intern in the Electrostatics and Surface Physics Laboratory working on the Mars Environment Capability Assessment (MECA).
C/C++, Qt, Python, Django, SQL, Mil-Std-1553, RS232 / RS485, BSD, GNU/Linux (Red Hat Enterprise, Red Hawk, Ubuntu)
Calle, C.I., J.G. Mantovani, M.G. Buehler, C.R. Buhler, A. Linville, R.H. Gompf, and E.E. Groop, "Electrostatic Properties of Materials in a Simulated Martian Environment," Research and Technology 2000/2001 Report, NASA Technical Memorandum 210258, 26 (2001)
Calle, C.I., J.G. Mantovani, A. Linville, E.E. Groop, and R.H. Gompf, "Evaluation of the Triboelectric Sensors in the Mars Environmental Compatibility Assessment Electrometer," Research and Technology 2000/2001 Report, NASA Technical Memorandum 210258, 106 (2001)