CTO @ ISI Technology has invented and patented a revolutionary new electric water heating technology. Our first product, the MODEL 1, makes use of this core technology to heat water using its natural electrical resistance in place of traditional heating elements and exchangers. Graphite electrodes, solid state power regulation, microprocessor controls, and wireless connectivity come together to
CTO @ ISI Technology has invented and patented a revolutionary new electric water heating technology. Our first product, the MODEL 1, makes use of this core technology to heat water using its natural electrical resistance in place of traditional heating elements and exchangers. Graphite electrodes, solid state power regulation, microprocessor controls, and wireless connectivity come together to realize the world’s most efficient, most reliable, and most luxurious home appliance. Check it out for yourself on www.myheatworks.com. From October 2014 to Present (1 year 3 months) Charleston, South Carolina AreaOwner @ Near Field Communication Interface: NFC to RS485 link for sending commands and reading data from a medical device using an Android tablet or phone.
Infrared Thermometer: Remote IR thermometer with LCD readout and custom firmware for monitoring of high temperature testing of a semiconductor product.
Microcontroller Demo PCB: Demonstration vehicle for custom microcontroller including battery operation, analog and digital I/O, and integrated RF communications
Hydraulic Weigh System Controller: Expandable system for integrating and controlling multiple solenoids, temperature monitors, and hydraulic valves used in weighing steel during manufacturing.
Wireless Energy Monitor: Module for monitoring AC current draw from a wall outlet and transmitting it to a central logger / web interface. From January 2007 to Present (9 years) Charleston, SCLead Electrical Engineer @ From April 2014 to October 2014 (7 months) Senior Research Engineer @ Directing U.S. research and development efforts for new products in ground penetrating radar applications. Working with a team in Sweden to specify technical requirements and leading designs from schematic stage through PCB design, testing, manufacturing, and assembly. Includes high-speed analog front ends and ADC’s, FPGA data collection and control using LVDS DDR I/O, 32-bit microcontroller integration, and communication via Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth, and USB. Responsible for firmware and software development including Verilog FPGA code, C microcontroller code, Python test code, and Objective C / Cocoa interfaces. Involved in quality control and testing, specifically noise reduction, long-term reliability, and serviceability. From September 2010 to March 2014 (3 years 7 months) Visiting Research Fellow @ Acted as a researcher, lab manager, instructor, and mentor; my involvement spanned a variety of disciplines. I lead the effort in upgrading and maintaining a 12 station testing facility for automated validation of integrated circuits, including equipment purchasing and setup for probe stations, temperature chambers, surface mount assembly, and computer interfacing. As a mentor in a group of over 20 students, I participated in the design of numerous projects from the transistor level up to project management. In addition, I pursued several of my own research projects in low voltage sensor platforms and CAD software From June 2007 to August 2010 (3 years 3 months) Intern @ 4 month internship at ARM in Sunnyvale developing SRAM analysis tools. From December 2008 to March 2009 (4 months)
Research Doctorate (Ph.D.), Electrical and Computer Engineering @ University of Rochester From 2003 to 2007 Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie From 2003 to 2004 Master of Science (M.S.), Electrical and Computer Engineering @ University of Rochester From 2002 to 2004 Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Electrical and Computer Engineering @ University of Rochester From 1999 to 2003 Canisius High School From 1995 to 1999 Michael Wieckowski is skilled in: Mixed Signal, Microcontrollers, Digital Signal Processors, Python, ARM, Programming, Objective-C, C#, Bluetooth, Signal Processing, Matlab, Algorithms, Verilog, Simulations, Labview