Patrick Kellogg
77 West 24th Street #26A
New York City, NY 10010
303-594-9220 (cell)
kellogg@dim.com
http://www.patrickkellogg.com/

Summary of Experience:

Technical Skills:

Operating Systems Languages Databases Miscellaneous Web
Windows
UNIX
Linux
RedHat
Apple
Sun Solaris
C / C++
Microsoft Visual C++ / C#
Microsoft Visual Basic
.NET
Java/J2EE
MATLAB
SQL
Oracle
MySQL
SQL Server
Microsoft Access
Btrieve
DSP
Neural Networks
Genetic Algorithms
Cloud Computing
VMWare
NetCool
Perl
Apache
HTML
XML
(Taught Python)
(Taught PHP)

Education:

Employment:

Lockheed Martin
12/
2004 - 12/2010
Worked as a defense contractor writing complex algorithms and digital signal processing programs in Java, Visual Basic, MATLAB, and C++ using Oracle. Managed program oversight for the Department of Defense. Built highly secure “cloud computing” systems for research lab.

Patrick Kellogg Consulting
5/2001 - 12/2004
Started company to provide consulting services for the Colorado area, specializing in mathematical programming featuring MATLAB, combined with rapid application development in Java, Microsoft Visual Basic, and C/C++.

Graduate School and Internships at the University of Colorado at Boulder
9/1997 - 5/2001

Graduate student in computer science, specializing in advanced algorithms and signal processing. Thesis with the National Center for Atmospheric Research on the delivery of large amounts of scientific data over the internet. Internship at Qwest Wireless.

Interlink, Incorporated
5/1995 - 6/1997

Programmer for local Denver consulting firm writing code in Visual C++, Visual Basic, and Oracle.

Keane and Associates
10/1992 - 5/1995

Programmer for Boston-based consulting firm, working with C, C++, Visual C++, Visual Basic, COBOL, and DB2.

Undergraduate Degree and Internships at the University of Minnesota
10/1987 - 5/1992

Electrical engineering degree with an emphasis in biomedicine in association with the Mayo Clinic. Worked with graduate students in the University of Minnesota Dental School biomaterials department to build an electronic instrument to measure tooth stress and strain. Then, used mathematical programs to plot and analyze the results. Also completed a three-year electrical engineering internship for a credit-card manufacturing company, testing parts and building a prototype machines for testing. Designed a custom hand-held test instrument using embedded controls and moved test instrument into small-run production.

Expanded resume available on request