David I. Lehn

522 Prices Fork Rd. Apt B6
Blacksburg, VA 24060

Home Phone: 540-961-0529
Mobile Phone: 540-818-7043
Email: dil@lehn.org
Web: http://dil.lehn.org/

Professional Objective

Obtain a computer hardware engineering or software engineering position with a desire to involve open source, use dynamic languages such as Python, and/or improve the state of the art in high performance computing or "green" technologies.



Programming Languages: Python, C, sh, VHDL, Java.

Hardware Platforms: e-textiles, configurable computing systems / FPGAs, Atmel AVR (hardware/software), Microchip PIC (hardware/software).

Free Software: Debian, GNU/Linux, GNOME, Inkscape, GIMP, Vim.

Minor Skills: LaTeX, Objective-C, C++, Motorola HC11.

Employment History

President and Co-FounderVirginia Electronic Textile Systems, LLC (Blacksburg, Virginia)
2004 - Present

Founded a startup to commercialize e-textile technologies from the academic research environment.

Graduate Research AssistantVirginia Tech E-Textiles Lab (Blacksburg, Virginia)
August 2002 - December 2003, August - December 2004

Performed research in the largely unexplored e-textile field integrating wearable fabric, computing elements, and sensors.

Intern Design EngineerIntransa, Inc. (Blacksburg, Virginia)
May 2002 - August 2002

Assisted in numerous network storage system hardware and software development tasks.

Graduate Research AssistantVirginia Tech Configurable Computing Lab (Blacksburg, Virginia)
August 1997 - May 2002

Performed configurable computing research using commercial and prototype hardware.

Software DeveloperDynCorp, Inc. (Arlington, Virginia)
Summers of 1993, 1994, 1995, and Winter 1995

Developed software programming skills writing office productivity tools.

Interests and Activities

Selected Publications