Resume of Ericson Mar
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Ericson A. Mar

42-40 64th Street

Woodside, NY  11377

(718) 651-9692 mar@cooper.edu

 

SUMMARY

 

SKILLS

Equipment:   PC, AmigoBot/PeopleBot/Magellan mobile robots, PUMA manipulator, Handy Board robot controller, Oscilloscope

Languages:   C#, ASP.NET, Visual Basic, PowerBuilder, Java, Cold Fusion, PL/I, COBOL, HPS, C++, Fortran, Assembler

Software:     Familiarity with CAD, FrontPage, MS Office, and others

Other:          Windows, Unix, MVS, DB2, Oracle, SQL, CICS, Mechatronics, Artificial Intelligence

 

 

EXPERIENCE

Adjunct Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, The Cooper Union, New York, New York, 2004-Present

 

Systems Developer/Analyst, Assistant Vice President, Credit Suisse, New York, New York, 1996-2007

 

Robotics Consultant, The Cooper Union, New York, New York, 1998-2004

 

Founder/Proprietor, Manager, Crossroad Comics, Elmhurst, New York. 1992-1994

 

Summer Engineering Management Intern, Port Authority of NY & NJ, Jersey City, New Jersey, Summer 1994

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS

www.cooper.edu/~mar (Ericson Marís Robotics Homepage), The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, 2000-Present

Maintain web site documenting robotics work accomplished and project opportunities available at The Cooper Union; compile links to internet resources to aid robot builders and aspiring roboticists throughout the internet community.

 

www.camouflagetown.tv, Whitney Museum of American Art, 2001

Advised and collaborated with professors, professionals, and students in robotics project to exhibit an interactive internet-integrated mobile robot in the Whitney Museumís Data Dynamics exhibition.

 

Assessing Communication Modes in Design Project Teams, IEEE, 2001, GEEC, 1999

Assessed students' communication methods in engineering projects; collaborated with other educators in designing and implementing communication assessment strategies to improve engineering education.

 

Development of an Autonomous Mobile Robot, Sixth IASTED International Conference, 1998

Published paper documenting mobile robotics research done as a graduate student;  presented research to robotics professionals, researchers and educators from around the world during the Sixth International Association of Science and Technology for Development Conference.

 

EDUCATION

The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art

Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering, Major: Robotics, 1998, G.P.A. 3.8/4.0

Awards: full-tuition undergraduate scholarship, full-tuition graduate fellowship, National Dean's List

 

MASTERS THESIS

Development of an Autonomous Mobile Robot

Developed and manufactured a microprocessor based programmable mobile robot; designed and implemented odometric, ultrasonic and infrared sensor systems for robot navigation; developed artificial intelligence software algorithms for behavioral interaction and robotics contest applications.

 

SENIOR THESIS

Design of an Interactive Computer Interface between the DYNA 2200 Milling Workcell and the Bridgeport EZ-CAM Computer Aided Manufacturing Software

Developed DOS and Windows software using C and Visual Basic for linking CAM software with the milling workcell; developed graphical interfaces to facilitate use of the milling workcell.

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

 


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Last Updated: 3/12/2009