Embedded real-time computer systems and mixed signal systems are primary areas of focus for me. My experience in this area started with medical instrumentation, laboratory analytical instrumentation, smart noses (gas detection), and motor control. I've used a variety of machine architectures including direct experience with 8 bit controllers such as HC-11's, 8051's, and Atmel AVR's, 16 bit
Embedded real-time computer systems and mixed signal systems are primary areas of focus for me. My experience in this area started with medical instrumentation, laboratory analytical instrumentation, smart noses (gas detection), and motor control. I've used a variety of machine architectures including direct experience with 8 bit controllers such as HC-11's, 8051's, and Atmel AVR's, 16 bit controllers such as the Freescale 9S12, and am now well versed in ARM Cortex-M series and various other RISC architectures.
My ability to learn a new microcontroller very quickly has proven invaluable to fast board bring-up and debugging. I've often been called in to find solutions to problems that can only be solved through a synergy of software and hardware know-how.
Specialties: Smart product design, sensor interfacing, robotics/motion control. In a phrase, hooking interesting things up to computers. I also have a deep background in Linux and embedded Linux in ARM microcontrollers.
Other hobby areas include silver halide photography, guitar, ham radio communications, cryptography/security, and reverse engineering.
Lead Electrical Design Engineer @ I joined Square's 3 person Electrical Engineering team to architect the next generation of mobile payment technologies using EMV/Chipcards. I played a primary role in the design and productizing of Square's first PCI certified EMV reader, including an analog bi-directional audio interface, battery charging/monitoring/safety, ICC/Smartcard interface, and a highly efficient power architecture making it a best-in-class mobile reader. I now lead a 5 person electrical engineering team that continues to grow, and enjoys a track record of excellence.
In my technical work
* Write python automation for validation or characterization (lab automation and data junkie)
* Worry a lot about power, and looking at ways to conserve it, characterize it, and worry about it some more
* CPU bring-up and low level firmware hackery
* Use embedded Linux anywhere I find an opportunity
In my leadership work
* Managing across multiple projects, design reviewing, advising across more challenging parts of the design process, connecting information across groups
* Mentoring and enabling other EEs to execute quickly with success
* Influence major architectural aspects through deep expertise in embedded software as well as electronics hardware design
* Work with in-house ASIC team to develop future custom silicon for high-security payments applications From May 2013 to Present (2 years 8 months) iPhone Hardware Systems Integrator @ This group has electrical engineering ownership of main logic board and surrounding electronics in the phone. The systems integrators work with the other teams (Camera, SoC, Display, Acoustics, etc.) to implement the whole system's electronic design. From July 2009 to April 2013 (3 years 10 months) Electrical Design Engineer iii @ At OQO, I work with a very talented passionate group of engineers to help create the world's smallest fully featured PC. As part of the electrical engineering group, I am responsible for portions of the hardware design with an emphasis on the product's fairly complex embedded control needs. Frequently crossing over into the embedded software and bios realms has made me very effective in this role.
I also shepherded products through the CISPR/Part B radiated emissions certification, designed USB consumer accessories, and became an expert Intel Atom based machine design. From 2007 to April 2009 (2 years) Electrical Design Engineer @ I was involved in all aspects of maintaining a product line of embedded computer and I/O devices for instrumentation and automation applications. Major hardware roles include PCB design and layout of 8/16 bit single board computers (SBCs), supporting customer engineering teams with interfacing to sensors and actuators, and boot-up/debugging of new prototype hardware. Software roles include writing/debugging real-time device drivers and deployment systems, GUI/Touchscreen API's, and integrating the GCC compiler and libraries with a new 16 bit computing platform. From September 1997 to 2007 (10 years)
BSEE, Engineering @ Auburn University From 1992 to 1997 Jeremy Wade is skilled in: Reverse Engineering, Embedded Systems, Linux Internals, Sensors, Firmware, Debugging, Embedded Software, Linux Kernel, C, C++, Microcontrollers, ARM, Software Engineering, Hardware Architecture, Electronics, Device Drivers, FPGA, Analog, Hardware
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