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STEVEN HAAS 505-639-4207 (home) 760-215-9158 (cell) email@example.com Albuquerque, NM 87123 SENIOR OPTICAL ENGINEER / SCIENTIST Versatile professional with over 20 years experience and expertise in optics and engineering within diverse industries ranging from small start-ups to large corporations. Expertise in development, testing, analysis and documentation. Demonstrated success in cost reduction, process development and documentation, and project management. Proven ability in equipment design, laboratory set-up, designing and conducting experiments. Recognized for identifying critical issues and implementing cost-effective solutions. Excellent communicator as indicated by a successful history of understanding and expressing complex scientific and technical information. Core competencies include: Optical Engineering – Optics – Lasers – Equipment Design – Data Analysis – Modeling – Zemax – LabView – Project Management – Test Planning – Test Process and Procedure Development – System and Process Documentation – Optical and Laboratory Set-up – Verification and Validation – Designing and Conducting Experiments – Understanding/Expressing Complex Concepts PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS Developed, documented and implemented validation and verification testing of optical assembly and test fixtures for a new laser-based eye cataract surgery system. Supported the transition from R&D to Manufacturing with emphasis on process development and documentation. Results: Successful transition from R&D to Manufacturing in progress. Created and managed introduction of new linewidth measurement for high-power Deep Ultraviolet (DUV) laser. Researched hardware and software alternatives; determined a new software deconvolution algorithm; oversaw implementation in manufacturing. Results: More accurate, reliable determination of laser linewidth, reduced laser test time and cost. US patent 6,603,549 B2. Constructed and managed a new design optical test table for measuring high-power DUV laser beam properties in manufacturing. Planned, developed and implemented hardware safety features and procedures, managed development of control algorithms and software. Results: Successful initial test measurements of new model laser completed on schedule. Designed and implemented new method of measuring spectrometer instrument functions. Developed a technique using narrow-line width DPSS frequency-quadrupled laser that improved instrument function measurement. Results: Improved accuracy and stability of test laser linewidth measurements; reduced errors and test time. Implemented DUV laser spatial coherence measurement in manufacturing. Utilized a test setup built for R&D; established procedures and managed implementation in manufacturing test labs. Results: Measurements showed laser consistently met new customer specifications. Designed and managed gauge study for DUV laser spectrometers. Designed and executed a statistical study to determine which factors most affected linewidth measurements in manufacturing. Results: Changes in spectrometer setup and operation reduced measurement variance, increased measurement confidence and reduced test time. Proposed and oversaw changes to an alignment station for a new high-power DUV laser optics module. Demonstrated that alignment station could be incorporated into an existing setup instead of constructing a new station. Results: Implementation saved company over $500k and received team “Values in Action” award for Innovation and Teamwork. Analyzed and modeled DUV laser test data to qualify production computer programs. Investigated differences between engineering and manufacturing results in laser test data and software calculations. Results: Resolution of differences increased accuracy and confidence in test results. Designed and implemented a program for measuring transmission curves for new narrow-band optical filters and coatings. Designed test setup; purchased and assembled equipment and software; qualified test measurements; documented procedures and test reports. Results: Successful expansion of business and quality test results. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE SR. OPTICAL MECHANICAL MANUFACTURING ENGINEER Alcon LenSx, Inc., Aliso Viejo, CA 2010−2012 SR .OPTICAL ENGINEER TEST DEVELOPMENT SCIENTIST Cymer, Inc., San Diego, CA 1997–2009 TECHNICAL SUPPORT REPRESENTATIVE Intuit, Inc., Tucson, AZ 1995–1996 RESEARCH ASSOCIATE Innovative Lasers Corp., Tucson, AZ 1994–1995 OPTICAL SCIENTIST Photon Sciences International, Inc., Tucson, AZ 1993–1994 CONTRACT ENGINEER Talandic Research Corp., Tucson, AZ 1992 MEMBER OF THE TECHNICAL STAFF 2 Hughes Aircraft Co., Tucson, AZ 1983–1991 EDUCATION M.S. in Optical Sciences, University of Arizona M.S. in Physics, University of Arizona B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University B.A. in Physics, Centenary College of Louisiana, Completed Project Management Courses: Project Management Principles (ENM601), National University; Work Team Concepts and Skills (BUSA-40109), Project Planning & Scheduling (BUSA-40715), Project Procurement Management (BUSA-40348), Engineering Project Management I (BUSA-40786), UCSD Extension Additional Training in: SPIE; SC010, Intro to Optical Alignment Techniques; SC504, Intro to CCD and CMOS Imaging Sensors and Applications; SC552, Aspheric Optics: Design, Fabrication and Test; SC912, Intermediate Lens Design; SC850, Metrology for Modern Optical Manufacturing Awards: Cymer Values in Action Award for Innovation and Teamwork for Helping to Save Company over $500,000 in Building a Deep Ultraviolet Optical Alignment Station Member of: SPIE, Society of Photo-optical and Instrumentation Engineers; OSA, Optical Society of America
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