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Programming in C++

Transnexus

Assisted in the development of ClearIP, a Voice Over IP authorization, billing and settlement solution for telecommunications clearinghouses. Areas of focus included encoding and encryption techniques, UNIX TCP/IP, C++, Oracle Pro*C, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), and Open Settlement Protocol (OSP) programming. The software heavily used Oracle8i running on Sun Solaris. Also exposed to database performance tuning, SIP and H.323 telecommunications standards, and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) cryptography systems.

The Weather Channel

Participated in the development and launch of The Weather Channel StarXL, an on-air graphics presentation engine. This presentation engine displays the local forecast for individual cable head-ends (local on the 8s) multiple times per hour. The software was written in C++, utilizing the Silicon Graphics OpenGL and Digital Media APIs. The systems are still on the air today.

Houston Associates/Raytheon

Programmed a real time 3D simulation system for the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, MD. The software delivered four simultaneous video streams to training rooms for interactive hazardous materials simulations. The simulation was written with the Silicon Graphics Performer C++ API. Also programmed components that included UNIX TCP/IP and UDP sockets communication and a Windows based User Interface control console written in Visual Basic.

The Cartoon Network

Utilized motion capture hardware and animation software in The Cartoon Network production of the 17 minute pilot episode of The Moxy and Flea Show, a cartoon starring comedian Chris Rock. Modeled and animated scenes in Alias and did character animation using Open Inventor and Colossal Studios Alive software. UNIX system administration and post production skills were also used during the production schedule.

Medical College of Georgia

Conducted research concerning the localization of epileptic foci in humans. Worked with neurosurgeons, neurologists, and patients to combine MRI, CT and EEG medical data for visualization. C programming, angiographic and stereotactic localization techniques, volume visualization, and numerical analysis were used. Work won award for Outstanding Undergraduate Research in Electrical Engineering at Georgia Tech. Work also published in "Computers and Biomedical Engineering".

Georgia Institute of Technology

Helped in the development of interactive informational kiosks and multimedia Olympic presentations. Involved with 3D motion capture and analysis, and programming of biomedical surgical simulators (ophthalmic and cardiac). Also did video and audio production and post production of animation shorts and multimedia software.