Mark A. Huebner

Orange County, California, USA

Electronic Engineer/ Scientist with proven success in Microprocessor programming of real-time systems for measurement and control. Expertise reverse engineering optical disc players for patent infringement evidence, radiation monitoring and characterization of particle beams and gamma-ray sources. Key strengths include scientific analysis of system components and functionality, programming, electronic circuit design, fundamental optics, mechanical layout and fabrication. Demonstrated ability to streamline processes, procedures and designs for speed, accuracy and efficiency while simultaneously enhancing reliability and usability. Skilled in the synthesis of new designs and procedures for the solution of complex manufacturing and end-user problems.


Systems Engineering-Verification & Validation, AIAA Education Series, Pasadena, CA

Space Systems Engineering, AIAA Education Series, Long Beach, CA

Fundamentals of Hypersonic Aerodynamics, AIAA Education Series, San Francisco, CA

Modern Optics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Radioisotope Chemistry class; UC Irvine, CA

MPEG 3 and 4, Digital video and transport protocols; KNK Seminars, Sunnyvale, CA

Finite Element Analysis Methods, graduate level class; UC Irvine, CA

Nuclear Instrumentation Lab course; California Institute of Technology

CAMAC course (VXI bus and software protocol); Kinetic Systems, Inc., Foster City, CA

Software Reliability Seminar; ATT-Bell Labs,Jet Propulsion Laboratory(JPL), Pasadena, CA

C programming class; JPL

UNIX Operating System class; JPL

FORTRAN programming class; Cal-Poly, Pomona, CA


Mar 2010 - Mar 2011, SureFire LLC, Fountain Valley, CA


A $14M revenue company developing and supporting Laser pointers, illumination and other devices for tactical and extreme applications.

Developed program and test system for PCBs containing microprocessor and Switched Mode Power Supply using Schematic Capture and PCB layout software from Express PCB and Mentor's PADS system. Software development was done using MicroChip's development tools in C and assembly for their 8-bit processors. Developed Optical measurement system suitable for high intensity monochromatic beams to control the device and monitor current consumption, optical powe

  • Work
    • Electronics, Physics, Software
  • Education
    • B.S. Physics, Cal Poly Pomona