Philip Feldman
205 Newburg Ave
Catonsville, MD 21228
410.744.8874
phil@philfeldman.com
www.philfeldman.com
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I'm mostly a generalist. That means I'm pretty good at many things and have alot of perspectives, but it also means that there are people who are better in their areas of focus. I have degrees in art, ecology, and information systems. I work with computers and study the way that people interact with them as individuals and groups. I'm currently researching anonymity and trustworthiness in my PhD work.

Skills:

Professional Experience


2015 – Present: Principal Data Scientist, ASRC Federal, Inc

 


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ASRC designs, develops and delivers software and solutions to collect, ingest, process, analyze and present large and complex data for critical mission sets of national significance. ASRC helps the Intelligence Community, National Security and Federal agencies exploit data to identify trends, make better decisions and accomplish their critical mission objectives..


2009 - 2015: Senior Software Engineer/Technology Architect, Novetta Inc


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Novetta is a provider of leading-edge products to many of the world's most secure network infrastructures, specializing in the way that people view, share and engage information.



2005 - 2009: Senior Member of Technical Staff, Proteus Technologies


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Proteus Technologies is a provider of professional software and systems engineering services for Government intelligence agencies and commercial industries.

2002 – present: Chief Technical Officer – Powergrid Fitness (www.pwrgrid.com)


Kilowatt Sport Isometric Exercise System

Powergrid Fitness is a company I co-founded to produce exercise equipment that exploit the tremendously motivational nature of videogames to provide an entertaining, addictive workout. Due to Powergrid's small size, I've pretty much been involved in every aspect of the company, from writing parts of the business plan to welding up our trade show booth. My particular duties have been the invention and development of the core isometric technology and the design of the entire product line. Over the past three years that effort has included coming up with the core isometric/strain gauge technology, determining the ergonomic constraints for combination exercise and gameplay, supervising the initial mechanical and electronic design, as well as the actual design and implementation of the derived products.

Along the way I designed and fabricated numerous prototypes, ranging from cardiovascular attachments for the Kilowatt to complete exoskeletal systems for the military. I also designed and built Powergrid's test rigs, which include a robotic fatigue tester, several destructive test platforms, and a computerized pass-fail system for assembly line QA.

In other roles, I've designed and implemented iterations of the website, sourced materials, authored patents, written STTR proposals and been interviewed by everyone from NBC Nightly News to the Laurel Leader -- in other words, everything you'd expect from a small, high-tech startup.

2002 – present: Freelance Consultant

 

 Geographs

 

LIDAR point visualization

1996 – 2002: Senior Scientist/ Director of Software Development – Immersion Medical (www.immersion.com/medical)

 

 Colononoscopy Cart

 Colonoscopy View

 Bronchoscopy Interface

 Bronchoscopy View

Interventional Radiology

1990 - 1996 Advanced Technology and Research Corporation Sr Software Engineer (www.atrcorp.com)

 

 VR Exercise

 Subarine Neural Net Navigation Sim

 LCAC Simulator

1987 - 1990 Daedalean Corporation, Engineer


Guard Fist I Appended Tank Simulator

1986 - 1987 R/Greenberg and Associates, Effects Crew (www.rga.com)


Predator

1983 - 1986 Perceptronics Inc., Engineer (www.percsolutions.com)

Education

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