I am computer scientist living in Carlisle, Ohio (near Dayton and Cincinnati) with over ten years of professional experience in the areas of embedded, distributed, visualization, and graphical user interfaces using a variety of programming languages and software engineering techniques.
Presently, I work as an embedded software engineer with PDi Communication Systems, Inc., in Springboro, Ohio (if you see a PDi-Tab in a hospital, my work is on the Android or AOSP part). In the past I have worked on a GUI based distributed analysis and design environment for Micro Air Vehicles (MAV) at Wright Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB), a color detection sensor system for Valco Melton, a commerical inkjet printing systems with Eastman Kodak in Dayton, Ohio, and an engineering documentation system with Dana Corporation.
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 started taking Ph.D. level Computer Science courses at Wright State University in the Computer Science and Computer Engineering (CECS) department in Winter 2012 and have a long road to travel to achieve this goal on a part-time basis. I have completed the qualifier and am now looking for a research area for my dissertation.
I have been married for twelve years to Jacqueline. I had two precious little black and tan dachshunds, Mocha and Hershey, who both lived long and full lives.
I am a member of the Assocation of Computing Machinery (acm.org) , IIEEE, and the Missionary Church (mcusa.org).
My family history is not terribly exciting. I'm a fifth generation born American (my great-great-great grandfather Jacob Robbeloth immigrated from Hanover, Germany around 1870). He lost a leg working for the railroad in Dayton, OH. I have been told other family came from Alscae about that time. My great grandfather Robert Leo Robbeloth worked for Dayton Fire Department and rose to the rank of Captain. My grandfather L. Thomas Robbeloth served in the navy and worked for a hospital in WA. My father worked primarily as a lab technician for various printing companies in Dayton.