Mr. Armero completed an impressive variety of research internships, software development projects, and personal projects throughout his time at university. At IC2, Alan's responsibilities include software development, designing and testing PCBs for internal and customer projects, and performing sensor qualification and calibration.
Alan has previously worked at multiple interesting and prestigious locations such as Intel and the Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology in Aachen, Germany. As an SSD Firmware Engineering Intern at Intel, Alan worked on the implementation and design of firmware for solid-state drives in enterprise settings. Mr. Armero is also an open-source contributor to the MaidSafe program developing cryptographic and networking code for the Safe Network. Other positions Alan has held include: Lead Software Developer at Foxlore Creative Studios; Computer Assistant at the Columbia Journalism School; and Research Internships at Xcelience and the Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology.
Mr. Armero's personal projects focused on a brain-computer interface circuit and programming, design of operational amplifiers at the transistor level, neural networking in Verilog, video game engine development, and other highly-technical computer algorithms. In his free time, Alan participates in Krav Maga and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, cooking and food photography, and illustrative pencil drawings.
IC2 looks forward to seeing Alan grow within this role and seeing the contributions he makes to our engineering team. Please join IC2 in welcoming Alan Armero to our staff.