Russell Morash

 

 


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I am currently employed as an embedded software developer at Sustainable Energy Technologies.

In May of 2002 I graduated from the Computer Control Technology program at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT).   This is a program that combined the core curriculum of the Computer Technology and Electrical Engineering Technology programs focusing on embedded software for microcontrollers. This included a final project required for the completion of the course. The project involved the development of software to track a light source in two dimensions.

Since the beginning of August 2002 I have been employed as a software developer at Sustainable Energy Technologies in Calgary. I have been involved with the software design of the company's core technology. The technology consists of various power inverter designs for converting DC electricity from solar panels, wind turbines and hydrogen fuel cells into AC electricity that is exported to the electrical grid.

I have worked extensively with C and assembly for programming the various DSP/microcontrollers we have used and Visual Basic, C# and Java for programming user interactive utilities for communicating with the inverter (TCP/IP, RS-232, RS-485, CANbus). Recently I have been adapting/upgrading the software (communication, datalogging) that I originally developed for a Motorola microcontroller to execute on an ARM Controller. I have also implemented and maintain a software server (Fedora Linux) for source code/document control (SVN).

Being one of two developers on the the product design team has involved me in every aspect of a products life cycle from proof of concept to field maintenance.

I am always looking for an opportunity in a challenging and progressive work environment that will provide a platform for which I can succeed in this ever-changing industry. I enjoy the challenges presented by learning and designing something new. 


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