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     Date Submitted:29-09-2012
     Last Modified:05-11-2012 (12:06)
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     Current job:Programmer / computer scientist
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
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    Summary of Qualifications
    Eight years of programming experience in Ada, Assembler, C, C++, Objective-C and Python. Experience in low level programming, onboard software for satellites, SPARC (ERC32 and LEON2), MIL-STD-1553, ECSS-E70-40A (PUS), RTEMS, simulator development and large code bases (millions of lines of code).
     
    PhD and MSc in computer science / engineering. Graduated BSc first in class.
     
    Holistic understanding of computer systems (professional experience with development of computer architecture simulators, operating systems, compilers and applications).
     
    Work Experience
    2008--2012 Ph.D. candidate, The Netherlands
    Expected graduation in November 2012. Research in the area of optimizing compilers. The research has focused on providing automatic and semi-automatic linked data-structure optimization using automatic compiler analysis, language extensions and hardware extensions. For the operating system course a multitasking and memory protected kernel was designed and implemented on the ARM platform.
     
    2007--2008 Application developer, United Kingdom
    On-board satellite software development. Primary focus was the 1553 software stack, time manager and housekeeping system. The on-board software was developed according to detailed systems requirements and subject to extensive testing. The position also included the evaluation of on-board Java and assistance to a CPU simulator project where the QEMU computer simulator was adopted to simulate the ERC-32 and LEON processors used by ESA.
     
    2006--2007 Young Graduate Trainee at the European Space Agency, The Netherlands
    Testing, bug fixing and evaluation of the RSVF6 and VSRF simulators. Development of extensions for the simulators (e.g. Google Earth integration). Detailed performance evaluation of RSVF6.
     
    2006 Software developer at Virtutech AB (now Windriver systems), Sweden
    Development of a SPARC V8 model and LEON2 CPU simulator for the Simics full systems simulation platform (currently shipping) and integration of two virtual LEON2 computers over a 1553 link.
     
    2002--2003 Teaching assistant and System Administrator at the University College of Borås, Sweden
    Lecturing and lab assistance in User Interface Programming and Introductory Computer Science. Computer help desk and administration of UNIX servers. 
     
    Education
    2008--2012 Ph.D. in Computer Science, The Netherlands
    Expected graduation in November, 2012
     
    2003--2006 M.Sc. in Computer Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
    Emphasis placed on embedded computer systems and computer architecture. During 2004/2005 exchange studies through the Erasmus programme at the Technical University of Delft. The master's thesis was entitled SPARCv8 Simulation with Simics and centered around the development of a processor simulation core and a monte carlo based testing method for such systems.
     
    1999--2003 B.Sc. in Computer Engineering at the University-College of Borås, Sweden
    Graduated first in class. The B.Sc. thesis was entitled Parallelisation of Fire Simulation Software and focused on the evaluation of the parallelizability of a fire simulation software package written in Fortran.
     
    Honours
    2003 Bengt Andersson's Scholarship for Best Achievements.
    Graduated bachelor first in class, i.e. with the highest grade point average.
     
    Computer Skills and Experience
    Programming languages:
    Ada (expert), Assembler (good), C (expert), C++ (good), D (good), Java (good), Objective-C (expert), Python (good), Shell scripting (good) and several others.
     
    Development experience:
    Kernel programming (Linux, RTEMS and SMACK (self written kernel)).
    Microprocessor emulators (Simics, QEMU and TSIM).
    Hard real-time software in spacecrafts.
    Compiler frontends and optimisers (based on LLVM and Clang).
    Satellite simulators (E2EATB / VSRF / RSVF6).
    Open source project: Open Orbit, an OpenGL based space flight simulator in development.
    Addresses: an address book application for Mac OS X, available through the Mac App Store.
     
    Hardware:
    SPARC (ERC32, LEON2 and SuperSPARC II)
    PIC MCUs
    x86
    ARM (BeagleBoard).
     
    Protocols:
    MIL-STD-1553
    TCP/IP
    PUS TM/TC.
     
    Other: Git, Subversion, Emacs, Xcode, Gdb, Clang
     
    Languages
    Swedish (native)
    English (fluent)
    Dutch (basic)
     

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