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I am a senior electrical engineering student at the University of Notre Dame, researching molecular beam epitaxy and low-cost thermocycler development for mobile PCR. I am concentrating in semiconductor physics. Currently, I am in product development with Verizon Wireless, with experience in Java, MATLAB, Arduino, C, C++, Visual Basic, and Android. I am primarily interested in hardware and software development, and am also interested in semiconductor physics, product development, and device physics.
After graduation in May, I will be starting work as a Software Developer at Apcera, working on next gen cloud computing technologies.
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|location||San Francisco, CA||seen||May 1 '13 at 11:10|