Seattle IEEE Consultant Network

The IEEE Consultants’ Network is a nationwide
organization of electrical and electronic consultants formed
for the purposes of making our services available to the
general public, exchanging contacts, and providing you with
information about independent consulting.

How can we assist you?

The IEEE Consultants’ Network is an excellent resource
for anyone seeking competent consultants in a variety of
technical specialties. The IEEE, with 350,000 members, is
the largest technical professional organization in the
world. All members of the Seattle IEEE Consultants’ network
are also IEEE members, and are pledged to abide by the IEEE
code of ethics.

Interested in joining?

If you are a member of IEEE and are interested in joining the Seattle Consultants’ Network, contact
Alon Newton.

Useful Links

IEEE Seattle Home Page

IEEE USA  Consultants Database

Oregon IEEE Consultants’  Network


Upcoming Events

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Seattle Consultants’ Network Members

Scott Bright Bright Services
Daniel R. Baker, Ph.D. Biomedical Systems and
Solutions
John L. Barnett, PE Independent Consulting Engineer
Bruce Benton Software Engineering and QA
Bar Biszick, CSQA, CISSP IT Quality & Security
Specialist
Jenny Carroll Consultant
Luca Cazzanti Ph.D. Signal Processing Algorithms R&D
Jonathan Chen Power Electronics Consultant
Christine Chui, Bsc, CAPM Wireless Engineering and Project Management
Edward M. Corcoran EMC Code Consultants
Thomas J. Davis Nondestructive Evaluation,
Electronic Engineering
Alvaro Erickson Test Engineer
Harold M. Finn, Ph.D Advanced Radar System Design
and Development
Tyler C. Folsom, PE, Ph.D. Software Consulting
Art Goldstein FPGA, ASIC, and Digital Product Design
Carlos Gonzalez Control Systems, Optimization, Algorithm Development
B. Percy Hildebrand Non-destructive Evaluation
James Hiller Pacific Embedded Design, Inc.
Howell Electronic Services Engineering, Development, Turn-key Electronics, Circuit Solutions, Test, A/D Design, Layout
Season Hung System & Application Software
Jeff Johnson Electronic Design Resource
Fred Kaudel Frederick J Kaudel Consulting
Robert H. Kim Defense Communications and Radar
David Kocyba Telecommunications
Randy Kong, Ph.D. Pacific Reliable Technologies
Paul Kostek Systems Engineering & Project
Management
Doug Kwok Geographical Information
Systems Software
Chuck Lare Doing more for others – Funding Technology
Waisiu Law Analog  Integrated and
Discrete Circuit Design
Tom Lindsay UI Technologies
Dale Mayes Embedded Software & Engineering Management
Hal Moroff Embedded Systems, Drivers, System Architecture
John Napier Software Engineering and
Quality Consultant
David Paeth Consultant
Ryan Penrose Security Consultant
(Firewalls)
Practical Physics, LLC LabVIEW, Nondestructive
Testing, and Specification Development
Andrew M. Precious Specializing in IP creation,
design and development
REAWEBTECH Design Expertise & Components
Andrew Rees Custom Systems, Circuits &
Software
Fenton Rees Power Electronics and Motor
Drives
Richard Saunders IT Consulting
Chetan Sharma Technical Design and Business
Consulting
San Jin Shian IT Support
David Skurnik Analog and Mixed Signal ASIC Design
Bilin Zhang Stiber, Ph. D. Signal Processing & Data
Analysis
Michael Stiber, Ph.D. Training & Software
Development
Maureen C. Stone Digital color Design, Systems, Analysis and Education
Martin Taylor ASIC Engineering Design
Services
Joe Trombley Network Administration,
Design, and Implementation
Hans Frederick

Action Technical
Consulting, Inc

Larry R. Walsh SNMP Seminars, SNMP MIB &
Agent Development, SNMP Network Monitoring
Consulting
Anqi Ye Embedded System
Consultant/Contractor

 


Scott Bright

VP Operations

scott@synapse.com

www.synapse.com

206 381-0898  voice

206 381-0899  fax

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Daniel R. Baker, Ph.D.

Kinetic Research & Design

Biomedical Systems and Solutions

13203 39th Ave. NE, Suite 101, Seattle, WA 98125-4615, USA

drbaker@eskimo.com

206 361-8324

206 417-7873 (fax)

Kinetic Research & Design (KRD) is a Seattle,
WA-based consultancy specializing in the design and development of long-term
implants, surgical instrumentation, and other medical products and devices
for human and veterinary applications. KRD’s unique expertise can provide
assistance in many phases of a product lifecycle, including:

  • Background research into potential ideas, patents, and
    prior art

  • Proof-of-concept development

  • Design of candidate prototypes

  • Testing and test development (product and usability)

  • Human factors engineering and ergonomics

  • Manufacturing and outsourcing assistance

  • Forensics, safety, and product liability expertise

Additionally appropriate and useful design controls, related
regulations and standards, both mandatory (e.g., FDA) and consensual (e.g.,
ASTM or AAMI), are considered and utilized whenever necessary in all of our
work. Work is performed on a project or contract basis, onsite or within a
virtual work environment.

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John L. Barnett, PE

Independent Consulting Engineer

18010 88th Ave. W, Edmonds, WA 98026-5308

john.barnett@ieee.org   or
jlb.pe@comcast.net

425 608-0060
866 292-8025 (fax)
253 549-8354 (cell)

Electrical Forensic Engineering

Equipment, Materials and Fire Scene Analysis

Shock and Electrocution

Code Review and Compliance

Residential – Industrial – Commercial – Utility

Subrogation Analysis and Expert Witness

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Bruce Benton

Software Engineering and QA

bruce@novusworks.com

Over 27 years of industry experience in Software Engineering and QA.
Particular focus on capability assessments and capacity planning, as well
as Software test automation strategies and functional coverage analysis.

    • Bio:

Experienced across software industries including:
defense and aerospace, industrial automation, operating systems,
development tools and line of business applications, Bruce possesses
a strong background in all aspects of software engineering. He has
worked as a developer, systems engineer, program manager, development
manager, software QA/Test manager and software architect in companies
ranging in size from 500 up to 90,000 people.

Bruce strongly believes that any process or deliverable that does
not exist in direct response to a well understood organizational
need is a waste of time and money. He couples this philosophy with
vast experience in agile and predictive development practices,
scope estimation, capacity planning, domain modeling, software
validation and organization management to help teams achieve their
objectives with maximum reliability and minimum cost.

Bruce is also a coach, with a focus on ensuring that people and
organizations are able to articulate their needs and devise solutions
for themselves, based on their understanding of those needs and the
application of basic engineering principles.

  • Primary focuses:
    • Working with organizations to align their capability
      needs with current team capabilities.
    • Project scope estimation and capacity planning.
    • Testing strategies and functional coverage analysis.
    • Software team building.

Bar Biszick, CSQA, CISSP

Quality IT

IT Quality & Security Specialist

15805 NE 83rd Ct., Redmond, WA 98052

barbis@qualityit.net

425 241-5391

Quality is built in… not tested out

Security is built in… not patched out

  • Certified Software Quality Assurance (CSQA)

  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

  • Demonstrating, supporting & promoting quality and
    security
    in all phases of the system life cycle. Deep knowledge Life
    Cycle models, IT quality management, software and information security
    assurance methodologies (ISQ2, TQM, PMI, CMM, Six Sigma, MSF, and CORE,
    Xtreme Programming and Agile Testing methods.

  • Product base-lining and reducing variation
    in products, processes and services to achieve maximum efficiency and
    customer satisfaction.

  • Team Tuning” — leveraging creative talent to its
    fullest while insuring consistent quality of products and services.

  • Quality IT Training/Mentoring: In-house classroom
    curriculum for QAI based Certified Software Test Engineer (CSTE) and
    Certified Software Quality Analyst (CSQA) training toward certifications.

  • “Beyond the Box” methodology to defining project
    risk threshold and applying sufficient standards tailored to the corporate
    culture.

  • Roles: Corporate Monitor, QA program Dir., Project
    Manager, Process Analyst, Test Manager/Lead; Testing; Trainer.

    • Superior Documentation and Organization; clear audio
      trail

  • IEEE member; ISC2 member

  • Author: Big Ball of Mud: Applying Software
    Pattern Theory in the Real World
    (STQE Magazine, May/June 2001)

  • Speaker: Int’l conf on IT Quality, Orlando (4/2001)

  • MS MVP Award, 1995

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Jenny Carroll

14547 183rd Ave NE, Woodinville, WA 98072

425 844-8098

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Luca Cazzanti Ph.D.

(206)788-7578


machine and statistical learning – information and signal
processing – technical leadership

luca@ieee.org

Machine learning, data mining and fusion, predictive analytics and
statistical pattern recognition, signal and image processing,
underwater sensing, social network analysis, multimedia signal
processing, content-based information retrieval, scientific algorithm
development and software construction, technical leadership and
communications.

Please visit my web site
www.lucacazzanti.com
for more details

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Jonathan Chen

Power Electronics Consultant

15297 SE 62nd Street, Bellevue, WA 98006

xjch@oz.net

425 865-0188

  • Over 20 years switching power supply design experience

  • Provides fast turn around custom design and prototypes

  • Leads you to a low cost production facility in China

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