Providing strategic leadership at the interface between digital and real world engineering application. Experience in high and low level programming and design of embedded computer systems for real time feedback control, data acquisition, data analysis, and Cloud IoT connectivity. Capable and effective in analyzing processes for optimize existing technologies and conceive new technologies.
Schlumberger, Testing and Process, Houston, TX…………………………August 2016 to Present
Senior Engineer – Digital Technology at Process System Technology Center
Managing internal and external resources for the development of a Cloud connected Power Unit - IoT
Responsible for managing technology life cycle of full electrostatic treatment product line
Provides strategic leadership on operating procedures related to the electrostatic product line
Responsible for capturing requirements on product upgrades and turn them into proposals
Providing direction and expertise for the integration of new and existing technologies to the Digital Field
Providing quarterly project updates to executive management
Collaborated with Technology Manager and Product Champion on preparing full Failure Analysis of power unit
Cameron International, Technology Center, Houston, TX………………….May 2011 to August 2016
Senior Research Engineer at Custom Process System
Managed full product development life cycle while maintaining deadlines and ensuring on time deliverables.
Responsible for the development, testing, and commercialization of the Compact De-oXygenation pilot unit (CDX) seawater processing
Responsible for running, collecting, and presenting data from a six axis hydraulic-based Stewart Platform to simulate ocean wave motion (Python, GNU Plot, Sensor Fusion)
Develop and maintain all LabVIEW Virtual Instruments for the Technology Center location
Developed LabVIEW based data acquisition system for the development of an Early Detection of Drilling Mud Density Change (Kick Detection) based on FieldPoint DAQ
Developed LabVIEW Virtual Instruments for the data acquisition and visualization of crude oil conductivity measurement at operating temperature and pressure based on CompaqDAQ
Converted 2014 ASME Bolted-Flange Joint Design Rules into Visual Basic .NET for internal software verification
Designed facility Equipment and Instrument Management website (PHP, SQLite, JQuery, Bootstrap) to track equipment and instrumentation location, maintenance records, and condition
Recommend electrical and electronic components and instrumentation for Hazardous and non-Hazardous location in process loops and laboratory
Completed 5 out of 6 Project Management sessions for PMP certification
University of Houston, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Houston, TX…………..…March 2004 to December 2010
Research Assistant at Smart Materials and Structures Laboratory (SMSL) under Dr. G. Song supervision
Research Assistant at Thomas T.C. Hsu Structural Research Laboratory under Dr. Y. L. Mo supervision
Developed the Remote Experiment Farm Manager (REFAM) web site in PHP as an educational and research tool for managing online resources in schools (Teleoperation). (http://refam.sourceforge.net/)
Design and fabricate the Smart Vibration Platform remote experiment for online teaching with dynamically adjusted damping and stiffness controlled by custom embedded board.
Tested and analyzed Shape Memory Alloy cables for hydraulics replacement in harsh environments.
Developed piezoelectric sensor signal conditioning circuits for automatic bridge Impact Detection system, energy harvesting, and vibration control on custom designed embedded hardware and software.
Developed miniature and portable power amplifier for piezoceramic actuators to use in Wireless Active Structural Health Monitoring.
Designed a Shape Memory Alloys and Magneto-Rheological Fluids PWM feed-forward control circuits for structural vibration control using Zilog embedded processor and C language program.
Designed custom electronic circuit boards for industrial control applications and sensor signal conditioning based on Zilog embedded processors and C language program.
Collaborated with multi-functional and multi-disciplinary teams to implement digital controls algorithms into embedded microcontrollers.
Supervised students senior design projects: Piezo-based Energy Harvesting, Wind Turbine Model, and Remote SMA Characterization.
University of Houston, Houston, TX................................December 2010
Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering
Dissertation Title: “Advanced Instrumentation and Control of Piezoceramic and Shape Memory Alloy Materials”
Relevant Course Material: Digital Controls, Optimal Controls, and Robust Controls
Design of a new Smart Vibration Platform: The platform was redesigned and improved in multiple levels. The hardware platform was designed to be modular for different frame configurations. The circuit board was redesigned and assembled to include new features, such as, serial/USB shell console, various analog outputs, deterministic firmware, and expansion port.
Design of a Piezoceramic Actuator Amplifier: Designed and assembled a battery operated ±200 Volts signal amplifier for piezoceramic high impedance actuators. In addition, an Optimal Control strategy Digital Control was implemented in dSpace DAC and Matlab to control the phase difference between the input signal and the actuator deformation in a concrete structure.
Advisors: Dr. L.S. Shieh (Director of the Computer and System Eng. – Dept. of Electrical Eng.) email@example.com
Dr. G. Song (Dept. of Mechanical Eng.) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Y.L. Mo (Dept. of Civil Eng.) email@example.com
University of Houston, Houston, TX..............................................................December 2006
Master of Science in Computer and Systems Engineering
Thesis Title: “Development of an Innovative Smart Vibration Platform”
Relevant Course Material: Computer Architecture, Neural Networks, Control of Smart Structures, Real Time Operating Systems
Design of a Smart Vibration Platform as a Smart Materials demonstration tool for controlling structural vibrations: Designed and assembled the mechanical and electrical components of the platform. A microcontroller-based circuit board controls the speed of an imbalance mass DC motor, the heating of the Shape Memory Alloy wires, and the magnetic field of a Magneto Rheological fluid damper. The board shows the sensors and control actions on a character LCD screen. In addition, the board accepts external analog inputs for the control of the platform by a computer.
Design of the Online Experiments web site and Network Infrastructure: A new Linux-based server was configured and programmed to schedule time slots for the use of LabVIEW-based online experiments.
Advisors: Dr. P. Markenscoff (Dept. of Electrical Eng.) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Y.L. Mo (Dept. of Civil Eng.) email@example.com
Dr. G. Song (Dept. of Mechanical Eng.) firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Houston, Houston, TX..........................................................May 2005
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
Ultrasonic Distance Sensor with LED display: Designed and assembled the circuit schematic on a breadboard to show on a 7 segment LED display the distance in centimeters of an object from the board. The hardware calculated the time of flight of ultrasonic sound waves bouncing back from the object to the sensor.
Relevant Course Material: Texas Instrument TMS320C55 DSP, Zilog micro-controllers, Intel x86 CPU, Artificial Intelligence programming languages (Lisp, Prolog), Operating Systems
TechCorr USA, Inc., Houston, TX: Updated Navigation System for Oil Tanks Robotic Cleaning
Praire View A&M University, Praire View, TX: Established First Remote Laboratory
Texas Southern University, Houston, TX: Established First Remote Laboratory
Optisolar Inc., Hayward, CA: LabVIEW, Data Acquisition, Load Cell and Strain Sensors
Lewis Garrett, Claudio Olmi, Devendra Patil, Gangbing Song, 2012. Actuation of Shape Memory Alloy Materials Using Ultracapacitors. United States 12/841,998.
Languages: Italian, English (fluent in both writing and speaking).
Development Software: Mathworks Matlab – dSPACE - National Instrument LabVIEW - ExpressPCB - LTSpice - WinSPICE – Subversion SVN
Other Software: Microsoft Office - OpenOffice - SolidWorks - Autodesk Inventor – EndNote
Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows Desktop and Server - Linux Operating System Desktop and Server
Licenses: PADI Open Water Diver
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