Computer Scientist, Consultant, and Software Engineer in Mount Vernon, Ohio
I am computer scientist living just north of Mount Vernon, Ohio (or an hour north of Columbus) who has approximately seventeen years of professional experience in the areas of embedded, distributed, computer vision, visualization, and graphical user interfaces using a variety of programming languages and software engineering techniques.
Presently, I am an assistant professor at Mount Vernon Nazarene University (MVNU). In the past I have worked on Android firmware in smart TVs at PDi in Springboro, built a GUI based distributed analysis and design environment for Micro Air Vehicles (MAV) at Wright Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB), worked on a new generation color detection sensor system for Valco Melton, worked on a commercial inkjet printing system with Eastman Kodak in Dayton, Ohio, and as an coop I worked on an engineering documentation system with Dana Corporation. In addition, I have also been an adjunct professor at Wilmington College teaching Computer Science courses and Sinclair Community College teaching mathematics courses
I have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from Wilmington College, (Wilmington, Ohio), a Master's degree in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University (BGSU - Bowling Green, Ohio), and a Master's degree in business administration (MBA) from the University of Dayton, which I completed in Spring 2011.
I'm a Ph.D. level Computer Science student at Wright State University in the Computer Science and Computer Engineering (CECS) department working on a obstructed image detection techniques with Dr. Bourbakis who is the Distinguished Professor in Informatics & Technology and the Director of the Center of Assistive Research Technologies (CART)
I have been married for over fifteen years to Jacqueline. I have one adorable dachschund, Leonie.
I am a member of the Assocation of Computing Machinery (acm.org) , IIEEE, and the Missionary Church (mcusa.org).