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Tom M.


Denver, CO 80206


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I have extensive C++ and Java development experience with Linux (embedded Linux too), Irix, iOS and Microsoft Windows, including VS 2010 RC. I also have experience with C#, ASP.NET with MS SQL 2005 and 2008. On Windows platforms I've also used the GNU g++ and gcc as well as other GNU Open Source development tools. In addition, I've used MFC and the Win32 API. I specialize in scientific computing and 3D computer graphics. In particular, I've done 3D visualization of human anatomy. I have used the OpenGL API with both C++ and JAVA. I'm familiar with medical imaging and image processing and have an advanced degree in Neuroscience. I developed 3D surgical simulations at the University of Colorado's Center for Human Simulation. I have written a texture mapping program using MFC,OpenGL and VC++. I also used C++ to develop surgical simulation applications for Silicon Graphics platforms (IRIX) and Windows NT platforms (VC++). This work involved 3D graphics programming using OpenGL and Open Inventor. I have programmed a force feedback device called the Phantom (Sensable Devices). The robot allows one to "touch" 3D anatomical models in surgical simulations. Force feedback applications are real time in that position information from the robot must be sampled at about 1000 Hz. While the Center was an academic laboratory, most of the applications were written for commercial clients such as Pfizer and Intel. Before my computer science career, I did basic Neuroscience research. In this work I studied the behavior of transplanted fetal dopamine neurons in a model of Parkinson's disease. Further I examined the expression of various genes when neurons undergo programmed cell death, and looked at the way in which neuronal growth factors influence neuronal survival during development. Tom Mahalik 720-663-8102


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  • Linux