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Engineer Electrical

Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States
January 28, 2018

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Greg LeMunyan

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Certified LabVIEW Developer and National Instruments Alliance Partner


Merging of systems engineering with technology, a coalescence of various engineering disciplines and customer requirements into successful projects, is my strongest skillset and my passion. Well versed in project management including working with customers to determine requirements, giving presentations, cost and schedule, electrical/electronic design, power budgets, ergonomics, software, mechanical design, and HMI (Human Machine Interface). The success of a project is the integration of all the disparate disciplines along with hitting budget and schedule.


Employer: LeMur Technology Services, LLC, New Hope, PA April 2013 to present

Sole proprietor

Decided to start this company after running Princeton Scientific Instruments for 18 months and working with a career coach. LeMur Technology develops and markets scientific instruments as well as general purpose data acquisition and control systems. While I often work alone I have a team of consultants: mechanical designer, electrical engineer and software engineer. Selected customers: Avon, Energizer/Schick razor division, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson and Johnson, L’Oréal, Intense. Some of the systems recently or presently worked on:

Diffuse Reflectance Spectrometer (DRS) for measuring the absorption spectra in skin in the 350-800 nm range

Enhanced Diffuse Reflectance Spectrometer (eDRS) – like the DRS but the Light source is a laser pumped source

Multispectral Imaging System (MIS) - Facial imaging system in various wavelengths and different lighting angles.

Arm Imaging System (AIS) – a customized version of the MIS for making imaging measurements of the arm.

UV imaging system – Two Canon Cameras acquiring facial video, synchronized record stills and video one in the

Visible and one in the UV for purposes of showing sun damage and facial product effects.

Intense (North Brunswick NJ) 7403 project – Took on a project where all documentation was lost. They had sold

12 units but could not produce the devices. Had to reverse engineer it, set up a C development system, fix numerous design errors and write a terminal emulator from scratch

Intense Laser Diode Array test fixtures – currently working on the 2nd and 3rd test fixtures, which are obsolete or

need upgrades.

Employer: Princeton Scientific Instruments, Monmouth Junction, NJ 1984 - 2013

Software/Electronics/Systems Engineer and General Manager

Consultant at PSI from 1984; hired full time in 2002. Companies or organizations served:

Princeton University, University of Arizona, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, DARPA, NASA, NIH, DOE Army, Air force,

Navy, SRI, Johnson and Johnson

Ran day to day operations for PSI for 18 months

Hired a career coach to act as sounding board, test ideas, develop strategies

Managed closing the company in an orderly way in the first quarter of 2013

Given lemons and made lemonade – developed leadership, management and organizational skills in the face of

serious obstacles.

Selected customers and projects with PSI

Customer: Johnson and Johnson, Skillman NJ 2008 – 2013

Projects: Diffuse Reflectance Spectrometer (4 versions), Spectroflourometer, Reviscometer, Skin Displacement

Instrument, Skin Resistance Instrument, Fluorescence Imaging Microscope, Clinical Imaging system. Met with scientists to determine requirements for improving or developing scientific instruments for measuring various skin parameters within the confines of time and budget. Wrote proposals based on these discussions describing how the instruments would be produced e.g. electrical, electronic, mechanical and optical specifications, including cost and schedule. We produced many instruments within cost and schedule.

Customer: General Dynamics Land Systems, Sterling Heights, MI 2006 - 2009

Project: Dynamic Muzzle Reference Sensor (DMRS)

This is a system to measure angular motion (resolution < 1uRadian) of a tank barrel dynamically used to improve the accuracy of the new lightweight military tank

Responded to the GDLS RFP in a timely manner. Developed test and validation software, test electronics and formal test procedures for the system. Designed test and validation software, test electronics and formal test procedures. Performed field testing at Aberdeen proving ground. DMRS systems were successfully deployed on tanks at Aberdeen proving ground

Customers: NASA, Goddard, Greenbelt, MD 2002-2006

Project: Slitless UltraViolet Meteor Spectrometer (SUMS)

This is an instrument to record incoming meteorites hitting the Earth’s upper atmosphere in the Ultra Violet spectra viewed from the International Space Station.

Brought the prototype to Brass Board (pre-flight) status. Designed some of PC boards electronics for the payload package utilizing Orcad™ for design. Redesigned several boards to reduce power consumption and fix errors and developed LabVIEW™ software to test data acquisition algorithms. System brought to brass Board status.

Customers: Navy and Department of Energy (DOE)

Project: Lightning Detector /IR focal plane

Met with the Lead Engineer to learn Software requirements. Developed data acquisition and control software in LabVIEW™ and a user manual for this device. Used LabVIEW™ to create software DLL wrappers for a USB interface and wrote the User Interface. Successfully completed the task in budget and on time.

Other Companies I have worked for

Employer: Nova Photonics, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Plainsboro NJ 1999 -2002

Senior Technician design built and tested Electronics, optical hardware

Employer: Brooks Instrument, Hatfield Pa 1997 – 1999

Senior Automation Engineer

Employer: Princeton University Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton, NJ 1977 – 1997

Senior Lab and Shop Technician

Education: DeVRY University, Electronic Technician Program 1975-1977

Woodbridge, NJ

Certificate: LabVIEW™ CLD Certified LabVIEW Developer 2015

National Instruments Build Your Own Embedded System (BYOES) class 2013


Co-author “DOLLOP (Deposition of Lithium by Laser Outside of Plasma)” 1998 IEEE

Co-author "Measurements of DT and DD neutron yields by neutron activation on the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor", Rev. Sci. Instrum 66 (1), January 1995

Co-author "High-count rate operation of a TFTR position-sensitive x-ray detector with delay-line readouts", Rev. Sci. Instrum.61, no. 10, October 1994 pgs 2771-2773

Co-author "Methods for the Measuring Surface Tritium Inside TFTR using Beta Decay" Presented at the Tenth Topical

Conference on High Temperature Plasma Diagnostic Conference May 1994

Co-author "DT Configuration for the TFTR (Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor) Illumination System", presented at the IEEE 15th Symposium on Fusion Engineering, 1993.

Award: Princeton University patent disclosure certificate of recognition for "C" language software and electronic hardware used in conjunction with Public Service Electric & Gas Imaging Pyrometer, used for temperature measurement for a coal fired electric generating station, 1991.

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