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dcba55611b443b1d8d8f6815a7e3f14f6b3f5b17 — Ben Sima 1 year, 4 months ago ad276a2
fix resume links
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  staging.
- Created a suite of simulation tests for our legacy order processing systems
  using the Clojure framework Simulant.
- [Read more here.](/projects/wholelattelove.html)
# - [[file:projects/wholelattelove.org][Read more here.]]

** Lead Developer, Nebula Bio
:PROPERTIES:


@@ 186,9 186,8 @@ features on both the frontend and backend.

With a biomedical engineer partner, I developed an open source, low cost,
portable blood analysis platform. Our goal was to be the “Arduino of biotech”.
All development was done on [GitHub](https://github.com/nebulabio).
Unfortunately the project was cut short because protein reagents are expensive
and I was a college student.
All development was done on GitHub. Unfortunately the project was cut short
because protein reagents are expensive and I was a broke college student.

- Designed a POSIX-compatible driver for a custom potentiostat.
- Created a custom crowdfunding webapp with a REST API in Clojure,


@@ 216,18 215,16 @@ tutorials and exercises for each of the courses I taught.

2012 - 2013

An [RIT sponsored][summerstart] startup project that lasted for about a year, in
which we developed novel headgear padding for athletes. My main role was in
guiding the scientific research, while solely managing the fundraising (grants
and private investment). In a 4-person team, we developed an algorithm for
optimizing our custom padding to a specific position within a specific sport.
Patent concerns made us shut down this part of the project. We then prototyped
and programmed an accelerometer to be housed inside a helmet and signal to the
athlete the severity of an impact. Reebok released their CheckLight product
before we finished developing, and so scooped the market. All algorithm
programming was done in Matlab.

[summerstart]: https://www.rit.edu/research/simonecenter/saunders-summer-start-program
An RIT-sponsored startup project that lasted for about a year, in which we
developed novel headgear padding for athletes. My main role was in guiding the
scientific research, while solely managing the fundraising (grants and private
investment). In a 4-person team, we developed an algorithm for optimizing our
custom padding to a specific position within a specific sport.  Patent concerns
made us shut down this part of the project. We then prototyped and programmed an
accelerometer to be housed inside a helmet and signal to the athlete the
severity of an impact. Reebok released their CheckLight product before we
finished developing, and so scooped the market. All algorithm programming was
done in Matlab.

** Freelance Developer
:PROPERTIES: