Over twenty years of power system development experience while growing a team from two to
sixty power applications engineers through organic growth and acquisitions in the semiconductor
industry. Strengths are strategic thinking and planning with a background in semiconductor
failure analysis, aerospace power system design and high power electric vehicle design. Talented [Job Title] focused on process improvement and on-time project delivery. Budgeting and forecasting specialist, with advanced knowledge of [Software Program].
Author of eight issued patents (2011 - 2015)
Presented "Benefits of combining a Microcontroller with Precision Analog in a High Voltage
process when Developing Intelligent Power Systems" at APEC 2015
Author of numerous applications notes and magazine articles (2001 to 2015)
Presented "Bi-directional Power Conversion for Laptop Computers" at APEC 2005
Technical Disclosure Volt-Time control using Saturable Cores (IBM) 1998
Manager / Technical Fellow, 01/2001
to Current Microchip Technology Inc – Endicott,
for Architecture and Applications Engineering Team leading
worldwide semiconductor power management applications and architecture design centers.
Technical manager leading a world-wide team of 60 architecture and applications engineers
in the definition and development of new power management semiconductor products.
Justify, allocate and track funding for product development (R&D spending).
Architect divisional strategy by consulting with customers, field applications engineers and
silicon design teams.
Research and place value on new technology and acquisition targets.
Qualify and mange outside consulting resources when gaps exist in intellectual property.
Provide design assistance to field account teams focused on large design win opportunities.
Develop product and application specific training for all field applications engineers and
specialized distributor applications engineers.
Provide technical direction to silicon design teams for process definition and architecture of
Work with large customers defining new power management semiconductor devices and
applications for their next generation products.
Specialize in the development of embedded control power management reference designs.
Partnered successfully with [departments, clients] to produce [positive outcome].
Principle Hardware Development Engineer, 01/1998
to 08/2000 Lockheed Martin Control Systems – Johnson City,
leading the design of new generation propulsion
control systems for the Hybrid Electric Vehicle market.
Propulsion control system circuit design lead for next generation hybrid electric vehicle.
Circuit design lead for power, analog and high power gate drive for dual 500 HP propulsion
Developed switching power supply for military aircraft vehicle management computer with
unique hold up circuit.
Developed technical content for quotation of 100 kilowatt Bi-directional DC to DC converter
for military truck program.
Lead Power Supply Design Engineer, 01/1991
to 01/1998 IBM – Endicott,
for multi discipline team of engineering professionals in
the development of power products and systems used in the telecommunications and data
Dc-dc converter design team leader developing new products for key OEM customers.
Established early technical communication with customers to set clear performance and
delivery goals for development projects.
Prepared estimates of time, labor and materials for new product designs and presented results
to executive management.
Circuit simulation and verification using Analog Workbench, SPICE, SIMPLIS, MathCad
and Matlab tools.
Microelectronics Test / Failure Analysis Engineer, 01/1986
to 01/1991 International Business Machines – Hopewell Junction,
responsible for root cause analysis of
manufacturing line and field failures.
Analyzed vendor power management device failures.
Performed construction and package analysis for new component qualifications.
Supported failure analysis team members with scanning Auger microprobe capability used to
analyze thin films and contamination.
Using failure mechanism models, calculated failure rate predictions used to determine the
disposition of products in the field.
Masters of Science: Electrical Engineering Microelectronics and Power Supply Design,
1997 Binghamton University - Binghamton,
Bachelor of Science Degree: Electrical Engineering Circuit Design,
1991 NYU Polytechnic University - Brooklyn,
NY Electrical Engineering Circuit Design Magna Cum Laude