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Nicholis Geile
  • Moog Inc., East Aurora, NY

  • E-mail: ncgeile@gmail.com

  • Web-site: www.SMALL.buffalo.edu

Research at SMALL
  • Microfluidic devices for platelet aggregation monitoring

  • Droplet-based microfluidics

  • SMALL member: Fall 2009 - Fall 2010

Research interest
  • Control Systems using Microfluidics

  • Digital Logic System using Microfluidics

  • Microfluidic Device Fabrication

Education - M.S. (September 2009 2011)
  • University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (SUNY at Buffalo)

  • Department of Electrical Engineering (3.918/4.0)

  • Advisor: Dr. Kwang W. Oh

Education - B.S. (September 2005 June 2009)
  • University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (SUNY at Buffalo)

  • Department of Electrical Engineering (Overall GPA: 3.384/4.0, Cum Laude)

  • Dean's List Recipient (Spring 2008)

Working Experience
  • Moog Inc. East Aurora, New York (May 14, 2008 - Present)

    • Digital Hardware Design:
      • Designed Motor Controller in VHDL, Simulink Simulations(Fixed Point)
      • Efficient/Effective Testbench/BFM Modeling
      • Efficient/Effective VHDL Hardware Programming of  FPGA Design
      • Designed Closed Loop Control Systems
      • Performed Tests on Application Tools (Synplify DSP, Xilinx Generator, HDL Coder)
      • Xilinx/Actel/ARM Integration
      • Test Equipment: Real-Time Data Collection using FPGA/ARM Integration Environmental
    • Test Engineering:
      • Test Components under Extreme Environmental Conditions
      • Product Quality Assurance
      • Design of Test Fixtures & Procedures
      • Efficient Environmental Test Coordination
  • L-3 Communications: Nova Engineering, Cincinnati, Ohio (June 4 - August 10, 2007)

    • Utilized VHDL in Hardware Programming of Virtex 5 FPGA Design

    • Product Analysis and Testing

    • Coordinated Component Collection

    • Customized a Virtex 5 Board

  • Awards

    • NASA/New York Space Grant Summer Research Program through Cornell University at Moog (Summer 2010)

  • Member of Order of the Engineer

External Job
  • Wb-Development:
    • Web-Design (HTML, PHP, SQL) Android App Development
    • Built 'Asteroids' Game using Assembly Code
Project Experience
  • ARM Processor, (Advanced RISC Machine)
    • Programmed Processor using Assembly Code
    • Built ��Asteroids�� Game using Assembly Code
Technical Skill
  • VHDL, Matlab, Simulink, Maple, AutoCad, Comsol (Multi-physics), Xilinx ISE, Synplify DSP, HDL Coder, C++, PSpice, Electronics Workbench, MS Visual Studios, Excel, PowerPoint
  • University at Buffalo: Roller Hockey DI, Schuss-Meisters Ski Club, Networking Computers, Cello, Guitar, Piano

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