WARREN T. ADAMS

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
B.S., Electrical Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York, May 1996
A.A.S., Engineering Science, Monroe Community College, Rochester, New York,1992

Technical Training:
GE Fanuc Cimplicity for Windows, “Man Machine Interface”, Southfield, Michigan, 1996
GE Fanuc 90-70 Programming, “Programmable Logic Controller”, Southfield, Michigan, 1996
nCode Frequency Analysis, “Data Analysis Theory and nSoft Software”, Southfield, Michigan, 1998
Xerox 1090/1075 Copier Technical Training, “Copier Repair,” Norfolk, Virginia, 1987
United States Navy Class “A” School, “Shore and Shipboard Communications,” Great Lakes, Illinois, 1986

EXPERIENCE
Electrical Engineer:
SVERDRUP TECHNOLOGY GROUP, Auburn Hills, MI.  1996-2000
Authored, installed, maintained and upgraded GE 90-70 PLC ladder logic for engine dynamometer test cells.  Created, installed, maintained and upgraded Operator Interface utilizing Cimplicity.  Designed and tested fluid conditioning cabinet test rig.  Designed vibration-monitoring system for dyno test cells.  Collected and analyzed dynamometer vibration signatures.

Co-op Positions:
ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Rochester, NY. Fall 1995
Responsible for the repair of a broad range of audio and visual equipment for the college, including ¾ " tape decks, VCR’s, PC’s and reel-to-reel audio recorders.  Assisted in the assembling and operation of audio and visual equipment during satellite uplink.

XEROX CORPORATION, Rochester, NY. Fall 1994
Supervised new product evaluation and development test for product recognized as benchmark in the industry.  Installed, repaired and maintained equipment under test.  Assisted in data collection, fault identification and correction.  Assisted in the creation of technical installation and repair procedures.

VNH INDUSTRIES, Rochester, NY. Winter/Summer 1993, Winter 1994
Responsible for the troubleshooting and repair of Xerox 1090, 1075, 1065 and 9000 series PWB’s without the aid of schematics.  Developed test procedures and test fixtures; reorganized inventory.

Test Technician:
HARRIS RF COMMUNICATIONS, Rochester, NY. 1988-1990; 1991
Tested, inspected, and repaired a broad range of Harris products, including the RF-755 10 Kilowatt HF Transmitter, RF-765 5 Kilowatt HF Transmitter, RF-3466 and RF-3466A High Speed Modem, and various other power supply products and remote units.  Experience in test engineering.

MILITARY EXPERIENCE
U.S NAVY, R-4 Division/USS Orion, LaMaddalena, Italy, 1986-88; U.S. Naval Reserves, 1988-91
Electronics Technician
Inspected and repaired copiers and communications equipment on U.S. Navy submarines, ships, and small boats.  Assisted in training newly arrived technicians for inspections of communications equipment on submarines.  Honorable Discharge.
 


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