Obtain a leadership position as part of a product-focused organization striving to develop and deliver best-in-class
products and technologies
Director, 10/2002 to Current TEXAS INSTRUMENTS – Germantown, MD Managing engineering department focused on the development and support of embedded solutions for various market segments including: Multimedia software products and technologies (Infrastructure, Enterprise, Residential); multicore SoC platform software products (Linux, RTOS, Multicore programming), Wireless Infrastructure (macro base stations, small cells, backhaul). Focus on development of key software/silicon technologies and subsystems with a major emphasis on investments in software/silicon co-design methodologies, software product quality, development efficiencies, and reuse across various businesses.
Setting overall priorities and vision for the department as derived from organizational priorities; monitoring, tracking, and reporting execution of department priorities.
Managing of department financial and capital budgets.
Talent assessment and growth within the department.
Customer, Marketing, and Product management interfaces.
Working across organizational boundaries with peers to achieve company/organizational business and technical goals through committees and working groups.
Software development process owner for Texas Instruments, Germantown site.
Managing global remote teams.
Manager, 10/2000 to 10/2002 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS GoldenPort Product Development – Germantown, MD Managed a group of 5-8 software developers responsible for the development of embedded software for universal port applications . Universal port refers to products capable of simultaneously support Voice over IP and Remote Access Server (RAS) functionality on a single device.
Leading development of fax/data modem technologies including V.xx modem pumps, as well as modem controller functionality.
Integration of fax/modem technologies with existing VoIP software products to create universal port software products.
Driving a software methodology with a focus on reuse and portability to allow TI to maximize time-to-market opportunities when going to new devices.
Participating in roadmap planning, customer meetings, solution evaluations with the product management team.
Planning and tracking execution of development activities and reporting to upper management.
Supporting technical interfaces with key customers in regards to integration and laboratory evaluations.
Driving development of modem product verification and validation processes/capabilities to ensure product quality modem stress testing, connect speed testing, connect reliability testing, and throughput testing.
Analyzing competitive solutions Participating in V.92 modem standardization efforts.
The team participated in ITU/TIA modem standard meetings as well as coordination of early V.92 interoperability events to validate V.92 functionalities (e.g., Quick connect, Modem on-hold, digital upstream)
Managing a remote development team in Bangalore India that assisted with modem development and porting efforts.
Software Engineer, 01/1997 to 10/2000 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS / TELOGY NETWORKS – Germantown, MD Real-time embedded DSP software developer for Telogy's Golden Gateway Product enabling voice and facsimile over packet networks (ATM, Frame Relay, and IP networks).
Graduate Research Assistant, 09/1995 to 12/1996 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND – College Park, MD Researched methods of improving the performance/capacity of multi-media, multi-rate CDMA communication networks through the use of adaptive antenna arrays. Performed bit-error-rate analysis of a multi-rate CDMA network employing antenna arrays and conducted preliminary investigations of antenna weight control. Implemented numerical simulations and prepared technical papers and presentations reporting results.
Instructor, 06/1995 to 07/1995 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND – College Park, MD Taught Engineering Computations (ENES240) as an eight week summer course. Responsible for all course teaching duties including preparation of lectures; assigning and grading homework; preparing and grading exams; and assessing final grades.
Graduate Teaching Assistant, 09/1994 to 12/1995 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND – College Park, MD Assisted professors with their teaching responsibilities by preparing and conducting class discussions; grading homework; assisting with administering and grading of exams; and providing office hours. Courses included Signal and Systems (ENEE322) and Engineering Computations (ENES240).
Radar System Engineer, 08/1990 to 08/1994 NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER – Lexington Park, MD Participated on project teams to provide technical and managerial support related to the development, test, and evaluation of tactical airborne radar systems and radar system technologies.
Student Engineer Trainee, 06/1987 to 08/1990 NAVAL AIR TEST CENTER – Lexington Park, MD Strike Aircraft Test Directorate - A-6/F-14 Program Office. Assisted project engineers with the planning, coordinating, and execution of avionics system test programs. Responsibilities included
MASTER OF SCIENCE: ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING Communication and Signal Processing, 1 1998 University of Maryland at College Park - College Park, MD GPA: GPA: 3.87ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING Communication and Signal Processing These Title: Adaptive Antenna Arrays for CDMA Wireless Multi-media Communication Systems GPA: 3.87
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, 1 1990 University of Maryland at College Park - College Park, MD GPA: GPA: 3.95 Summa Cum Laude with Cooperative Education ExperienceELECTRICAL ENGINEERING GPA: 3.95 Summa Cum Laude with Cooperative Education Experience
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