Marco L. DeCapite

  • Current Address (until July 1995): 817 Santa Fe | Stanford, CA 94305 | (415) 856-2842
  • Permanent address: 1754 Fairway Dr. | Birmingham, MI 48009 | (810) 258-8919
    EXPERIENCE  Knowledge Systems Laboratory,  Stanford, CA                             1993 - Pres   
                Research Assistant, How Things Work Project
                Integrated mathematical solving agent into the Device Modeling Environment.                       
                Designed a CML model of a black-body detector for numerical analysis.                            
                General Motors NAO Manufacturing Center, Warren, MI                     1992 - 1993
                Project Engineer, Intelligent Powertrain Systems          
                Analyzed business case for integrated powertrain engineering system.
                Tested workflow and requirements management software for functionality and compatibility.
                Gathered detailed customer requirements for projects and compared to tool evaluations.
                Created local networking prototype of large scale engineering system.
                Initiated Object Request Broker team to address common framework implementation issues.
                Associate Engineer, Artificial Intelligence Applications Engineering    1991 - 1992
                Provided technical support and advice to GM plants and divisions.
                Completed development of two PC-based expert systems for GM CPE and GM Powertrain.
                Developed method to compare sheet-metal math design to laser scan of final stamped part.
                Alban's Restaurant, Birmingham, Michigan                                1988 - 1991            
                Computer Consultant                                 
                Integrated use of IBM computer into restaurant operations.
                Developed methods of organizing database to increase efficiency.
                Managed reorganization of inventory database to simplify process of taking inventory.
                Designed restaurant/bar inventory program.
                Tufts University Television (TUTV), Medford, Massachusetts
                General Manager                                                         1989 - 1990
                Restructured and revitalized non-profit student organization.
                Doubled membership and increased program production 300%.
                Developed plans to expand organization into a regularly operating media source.
                Equipment Manager                                                       1988 - 1989
                Instructed members on video editing, switching, character generation, and use of cameras.
    EDUCATION   Stanford University, Stanford, California
                Master of Science in Computer Science expected June 1995. 
                Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts
                Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, May 1991.
                GPA: 3.56  Graduated Magna Cum Laude
    SKILLS      Product Design and Development
                StokeJam's TaleMaker Project - CS 194B Software Project Lab (Stanford)
                Produced a complete children's educational software tool from concept to product
                in ten weeks.  Project Manager of a team of six.  Completed June 1994.
                Tufts Senior Design Project
                Designed a video security system that utilizes existing cable-TV lines.  May 1991.
                Computer Skills
                Machines:  IBM PC, Silicon Graphics, SUN SparcStations, Macintosh
                Operating Environments:  DOS/Windows 3.1, UNIX, X-windows/motif, System 7
                Languages:  C/C++, Lisp, Assembly, FORTRAN, ADA.
                Ancillary Skills:  Mosaic/HTML, ACA Services (ORB), Kappa-PC and ProKappa (OOD Tools).
    HONORS      GM Fellowship.  Awarded 1994-95 toward MSCS degree at Stanford.
                Research Assistantship. Knowledge Systems Laboratory, Stanford, CA.  1993-94.
                Tau Beta Pi.  Engineering Honor Society.  April 1990 to present. Recording Secretary '90-'91.
                Eta Kappa Nu.  Electrical Engineering Honor Society.  April 1990 to present.
    ACTIVITIES  Stanford's Newman Center.  Graduate Student Coordinator.  1994-95.
    	    GM Project REACH.  GM related program to teach inner-city 5th graders about engineering.
                Fencing.  Captain 1986-87, 1989-90, and 1990-91 seasons.  Voted MVP 1989-90 season.
                Social Action Committee.  Planned and participated in community volunteer work.
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