Background in Electrical Engineering and Physics:
I am interested in research and development of Advanced Quantum Healing Technologies. I have a Master’s degree in EE and Physics, specializing in semiconductor physics and nanotechnology. I have extensive experience and research in microfabrication laboratories and semiconductor processes. I would like to get involved with a project dealing with nanotechnology, microfabrication, and energy medicine related research. My interests include using cutting edge technology to advance the healing arts and improve western medicine through the integration and application of Eastern healing philosophies. I am open to trying new and exciting research opportunities. I would like to meet with anyone who is interested in discussing potential projects. Feel free to contact me with any questions or ideas you may have.
A “Quantum” Engineer seeking innovative and inspiring opportunities in Quantum Healing Technology Development and Research. Background in solid state circuits and devices, semiconductor or micromachining fabrication, novel semiconductor materials, device characterization, optoelectronic applications, or radiation effects on microelectronics devices. Mastery in problem recognition and solving in large scale semiconductor manufacturing and developing MEMS processes. Interested in Advancing the Healing Arts through the integration of Energy Medicine and Electromagnetic Frequency Modulation with cutting edge technology to gain optimal states of consciousness.
Extensive practical and theoretical background in IC and micromachining design/fabrication and device physics. Expertise in device and process physics, wafer processing, statistical experimental design, process and device simulation, and clean room procedures.
December 1997Master of Science in Electrical Engineering The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ GPA: 3.7/4.0 Major area of study in microelectronics. Minor in physics. Thesis: A TCAD-Based Approach to Reverse Engineering of Discontinued Semiconductor Processes.
June 1995 Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Widener University, Chester, PA GPA: 3.9/4.0 Course work emphasis in microelectronics and computer architecture, minor work in French. Senior Design: A Micromotor with drive circuit.
June 1995 Bachelor of Science in Physics Widener University, Chester, PA GPA: 3.9/4.0 Course work emphasis in astrophysics and lasers, minor work in Mathematics.
Advanced Microelectronic Processing
Advanced Computer Architecture Laser Physics
Solid-State Devices Fundamentals of Optics
Quantum Mechanics Analog Integrated Circuits
Fiber Optics Modern Physics
Optoelectronics Statistical Mechanics
Thermodynamics Integrated Circuit Fabrication Lab
Mathematical Physics Classical Mechanics
Advanced Semiconductor Physics
Theoretical Astrophysics Medical Physics
Workstations and PCs: Sun and SGI, Macintosh and IBM compatible
Operating systems: Dos, Unix, X-Windows
Silvaco TCAD software: Virtual Wafer Fab, process and device simulations
Circuit simulators and design tools: PSpice, Cadence, Magic, L-Edit
PC software: Matlab, MathCad, Mathematica, Delta Graph, Excel,
Word, PowerPoint, Persuasion, Canvas
Programming languages: Basic, Fortran, C, assembly
HONORS, AFFILIATIONS, & SCHOLARSHIPS
Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society (member since 1994)
Physics Honors Society (member since 1994)
Society of Women Engineers (member since 1991)
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (member since 1994)
Outstanding College Students of America (member since 1994)
Boeing Scholarship (1994-1995)
DataTel Scholarship (1995)
Motorola Scholarship (1995-1996)
Graduate Research Assistant
1/96-12/97The University of Arizona, Department of Electrical EngineeringTucson, AZ Determined microfabrication processing steps for discontinued bipolar transistors through computer modeling and experimental data. Obtained simulated bipolar devices with Virtual Wafer Fab tools.
Graduate Teaching Assistant
18/95-12/95 The University of Arizona, Department of Electrical EngineeringTucson, AZ Teaching assistant for third year electronics laboratory course. Presented and reviewed fundamentals of electronics, Assisted students in laboratory procedures, and responsible for grading all material.
University Sponsored Tutor
1/94-5/95Widener University, Department of Physics and Electrical EngineeringChester, PA Tutored all levels of physics from the fundamentals through quantum mechanics. Tutored in basic electrical engineering courses such as statics, circuits, logic design, and electronics. 20 hours per week, with an average of 25 different students per semester. Consistently increased student performance and grades.
Undergraduate Research Fellowship
6/94-9/94The University of Pennsylvania SUNFEST program, Department of Electrical EngineeringPhiladelphia, PA Summer UNdergraduate FEllowship in Sensor Technologies. Studied MEMS processes and MUMPS technology in microfabrication laboratory. Fabricated and tested a silicon lamp for metabolism monitor project.
6/98-presentThe Mindful BodySan Francisco, CA Practicing therapeutic massage techniques for healing purposes, to relieve stress and sports related injuries. Specializing in Swedish, Shiatsu, Deep Tissue, Sports, Reflexology and Energy work.
8/98-presentNovella Salon and SpaSan Francisco, CA Practicing therapeutic massage techniques for healing purposes, to relieve stress and sports related injuries. Specializing in Swedish, Shiatsu, Deep Tissue, Sports, Reflexology and Energy work.
Training Manager and Sales Representative
3/89-5/94JRM MarketingCollingdale, PA Trained and supervised all employees in techniques for improving sales performance. Telemarketing for major local and regional newspapers. Consistently top sales person for the five years of employment. Leaded in responsibility for customer service relations and quality control.
6/87-3/89Media Resources, Inc.Glenolden, PA Telemarketing for major local and regional newspapers. Top sales person for the last years of employment. Shared the responsibilities of supervising and quality control.
PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS
Microfabrication of Silicon Lamp for Metabolism Monitor, J. Healy-McKinney, The University of Pennsylvania SUNFEST Journals, August 1994.
Micromotor with Drive Cirtcuit, J. Healy-McKinney, M. Murphy, Widener University Electrical Engineering Senior Design Journals, April 1995.
Virtual Wafer Fabrication- Backing into the Process, J. Healy-McKinney, R.D. Schrimpf, H.G. Parks, and K.F. Galloway, IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci., vol. NS-38, No. 6, pp. 1304-1309, 1998.
Interests include cycling/biking, ultimate frisbee, climbing, hiking, dancing, music, yoga, meditation, and Alternative medicine. Enjoy traveling, meeting unusual people, learning about different cultures and languages.
Academic, Professional, and Personal References Available Upon Request.
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