TOM LICHTMAN POB 247 Pawlet, VT 05761 (802) 325-6107 Summary of work experience __________________________ Twelve years designing, building, and debugging prototype Printed Circuit Boards. Eight years CAD/CAM designer, Cadence Allegro, Cadence Concept, and Calay Prisma. Designed over 100 multi-layer PCBs, most over eight layers and larger than 10" by 10". Many designs utilized controlled impedance with 'fine line' geometry. Six years as Project Manager for various multi-board contracts. Complete hands-on management experience in all phases of multi-layer PCB construction. Work experience _______________ 1995-1996 Loral, Inc. Allegro PCB design, library management, and process design for the AIRS project, an infared weather satalite. Extremely dense, maximum reliablity board designs. 1989-95 Compunetics, Inc. Head of CAD department for 3 years. Lead CAD designer for 5 years. Designed over 70 PCBs (Valid Allegro 10.0, Calay Prisma 4.0), Project Manager on 12 different multi-board contracts with customers including IBM (SP1, GF11, Vulcan, Spearhead), ATT, David Sarnoff Research (HDTV), Magnavox, Picker Laboratories, and Federal Express. Developed working rapport with all employees on manufacturing line, gaining hands-on experience in all stages of PCB construction. Led two projects to improve manufacturing quality on PCB line. Worked on developing an experimental PPG Electro-phoresis process for fine line resist. Occasional sales work. 1986-89 Consultant to IBM Research. Designed approximately 20 different high speed controlled impedance Printed Circuit Boards for the RP3 project, a one-off supercomputer research platform. Solely responsible for all CAD (Cadence SCALD/Concept), supervised all construction of PCBs by Vendor, and managed all engineering changes through many revisions. 1984-86 Several Contracts to Washington D.C. area companies; including Hazeltine Labs, AMF, Sperry, and Analytic Disciplines, Inc. Prototype Engineering, Technical writing. 1982-84 Tracor, Inc. Prototype Designer and Software Engineer. Assembly language, Fortran. Secret clearance, hid submarines. Education _________ 1974 - 79 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1979 - 80 State University of New York, Purchase 1980 - 81 State University of New York, Albany Other Activities ________________ Instructor; Tai Chi Chuan and Stress Management. Vintage motorcycle restoration.