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LabVIEW Developer with continuous experience since 1999

Location:
Bellevue, Washington, United States
Posted:
October 10, 2016

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Stanislav Rumega

Telephone: (425) ***-**** (home), (425) ***-**** (mobile)

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/stanislav-rumega-776980

objective

To find a long-term Software Engineer (Developer), Test Engineer, Programmer, Analyst, Automation or Controls Engineer position in Greater Seattle Area.

summary

Main Area of Expertise: Using National Instruments LabVIEW for Implementing PC-based systems for Manufacturing, Factory Automation, Motion Control, Human Machine Interfaces, Automated Test & Measurement Equipment / Systems (ATE), Data Acquisition (DAQ), Storing in Database and Reporting (Microsoft SQL Server), communicating with PLCs and Industrial Networking;

experience

Senior Staff Engineer, 2008 – Present

Microvision, Inc., Redmond, WA (http://www.microvision.com)

Selected hardware and developed software (in LabVIEW) for various engineering and production test stations for microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and devices based on them: barcode scanners and miniature (a.k.a. “pico”) video projectors, communicating with different off-the-shelf and custom data acquisition and control electronics and instruments, cameras and motion controllers, environmental chambers, etc. via GPIB, serial, PCI, PXI, USB. The test stations deployed to the production lines have been critical to significant volume gains with higher yield, which had a positive impact on top line revenue and gross margin.

Set up and managed a production test Microsoft SQL Server database and designed web-based database reports using SQL Server Reporting Services supporting the company’s ability to make well informed decisions on improving quality and yield.

Programmer Analyst, 2003 – 2008

Target Labs, Inc., Vienna, VA (http://www.targetlabs.net)

Numerous Automation, Control, Data Acquisition, Test Projects:

LabVIEW software for testing IP backhauled base transceiver stations for cellular networks. Equipment: NI PXI-8106 PC, NI-PXI 5671 RF vector signal generator and NI-PXI 5661 RF vector signal analyzer, NI PXI digital and analog I/O cards, GPIB controlled multimeter, Linksys router.

Test system for automatic high power (up to 38 kV/800A) circuit reclosers. Equipment: 1000A GPIB controlled current source, NI DAQ card, Koyo PLC and I/O.

LabVIEW application for testing piezoelectric crystals (impedance, resonant frequency, capacitance, dissipation, etc.) Equipment: HP/Agilent 4194A Impedance/Gain-phase analyzer (via GPIB).

Completed the development of a color measurement and correction system for Lexmark inkjet cartridges. Equipment: X-Rite color photometer, DVT camera (for OCR), custom Lexmark boards (USB to Serial connections), digital I/O (via USB).

Performed research and LabVIEW application development for the Concentration & BTU Sensor project at Gas Technology Institute, Des Plaines, IL (http://www.gastechnology.org): implemented real-time natural gas mixtures characterization based on near infrared absorption spectroscopic data utilizing various multivariate calibration methods. Equipment: NI Fieldpoint I/O. MKS MFCs, Roper Scientific Liquid-Nitrogen cooled spectroscopic camera, Acton Research and Hamamatsu Spectrometers.

Controls Engineer, 2000 – 2003

DMC, Inc., Chicago, IL (http://www.dmcinfo.com/),

National Instruments Alliance Member, Microsoft Certified Partner

Designed project specifications and developed automated industrial systems using various motion control and data acquisition hardware and software for a diverse clientele including Underwriters Laboratories, Caterpillar, Steris Corp., and others. Project descriptions are available upon request;

Trained new employees.

Teaching/Research Assistant, 1997 - 2000

Department of Physics, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI (http://wmich.edu/)

Taught undergraduate physics labs;

Graded student papers;

Project:

Developed a control and data acquisition program in LabVIEW for an electron spectrometer system in the WMU Accelerator Laboratory. The project involved controlling and retrieving data from devices on a CAMAC crate as well as GPIB (IEEE-488) instruments connected to the system via a GPIB to CAMAC interface. A computer communicated with the system via a serial (RS-232) port on the crate controller.

education

Master of Arts in Physics, 2000

Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan

Awards: Dean's List, 1998-1999; David Carley Memorial Award, 1998; Department Award for Graduate Student Teaching Effectiveness, 1999.

Activities: Graduate Student Advisory Committee, Member, 1999-2000; Association of Information Technology Professionals, WMU Student Chapter, 1999-2000.

5-yr. Diploma in Radiophysics and Electronics, an equivalent of an MS in Electrical Engineering, 1991

Rostov State University (Southern Federal University), Rostov-na-Donu, Russia

Project: Developed a simulation of a conveyor multiprocessor system in Pascal.

Awards: An increased stipend for high academic achievements every semester, 1984-1991.

skills:

National Instruments LabVIEW expertise and contributions to the developers’ community:

Continuous LabVIEW experience since 1999;

NI Week Best Application Contest Winner in R&D/Lab Automation Category, 2003;

NI Certified LabVIEW Developer, 2003;

NI Certified LabVIEW Architect, 2005 (one of only 52 in the world at that time);

Developed EDQSM and LabHSM (http://www.labhsm.com) toolkits long before NI’s Statecharts and Actor Framework to implement the same concepts and paradigm;

Created the PMS Assistant utility, well known by the LabVIEW developers interested in exploring undocumented VI Scripting features when NI tried to hide it again in LabVIEW 8 after exposing in the previous version;

Updated the famous Tunnel Wiring Wizard utility for LabVIEW 8;

Other Languages: C/C++, Visual Basic, SQL, Motion controllers’ proprietary languages (AcroBasic, Galil, Eason Basic, etc.). Previous exposure to various other languages and development environments (FoxPro, Java, Maple, Think & Do!, Steeplechase, HTML, SPARC Assembly, Pascal, Algol, Fortran) guarantees proved ability to quickly learn unfamiliar and new systems and languages to stay ahead of the technology curve;

Motion Controllers: GE Fanuc, National Instruments, Acroloop, Galil, Yaskawa, Indramat;

DAQ, HMI, I/O, and Control Hardware: National Instruments DAQ (PXI, PCI, and FieldPoint); Eason; Koyo (Direct Logic, PLCDirect, Automationdirect.com); Advantech, Cimrex; Allen Bradley; Comtrol (Rocketport); etc.

Networking, inter application and inter process communication (IPC): GPIB, Ethernet, peer-to-peer (RS-232, RS-485), USB, OPC; regular DLLs, ActiveX, .NET, UDP, TCP;

Fluent in English and Russian.

publications

Rumega, S., 2005. Using Hierarchical State Machines in LabVIEW. LabVIEW Technical Resource, Volume 12, Number 3.

Korenev, S., Korenev, I., Rumega, S., Grossman, L., 2003. Real-time Measurement and Monitoring of Absorbed Dose for Electron Beams. Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 71 (2004) pp. 317-322

Korenev, S., Korenev, I., Rumega, S., Grossman, L., 2003. Developing Real-Time Measurements for Radiation Technologies with LabVIEW and PXI Platform. NI Week 2003 Proceedings. Paper contest WINNER in the R&D/Lab Automation Category.



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