Shawn Nematbakhsh

Shawn Nematbakhsh
Embedded Software Engineer @ Waymo
SF Bay Area, CA, USA
Phone: +1 408 306 6527
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  Resume: pdf word text Updated Sept. 4, 2011
Computing Interests
Professional Experience
Waymo
Mountain View, CA
Software Engineer, Embedded Software, Feb 2018 - Current

Google Inc.
Mountain View, CA
Software Engineer, Chrome OS Firmware, May 2012 - Feb 2018

Zoran Corp. (Now Qualcomm)
Sunnyvale, CA
Application Engineer, Digital Camera Division, March 2008 - May 2012

MedLink Healthcare Networks
Los Angeles, CA
Software Engineer, July 2006 - March 2008

DNF Controls
Los Angeles, CA
Embedded Software Engineer, March 2005 - July 2006

Department of Computer Science & Engineering
University of California, Riverside, CA
Teaching Assistant, CS120B (Intro. to Embedded Systems), Sept 2003 - March 2005

Department of Computer Science & Engineering
University of California, Riverside, CA
Research Assistant, Embedded Systems Lab, April 2002 - March 2005

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
Email Services Division, San Diego, CA
Summer Intern, June 2001 - September 2001
Publications
  1. Energy Savings and Speedups from Partitioning Critical Software Loops to Hardware in Embedded Systems
    Greg Stitt, Frank Vahid, Shawn Nematbakhsh
    ACM Transactions in Embedded Computing Systems (TECS), 2004.
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  2. The Effect of FPGA Size on Software Speedup from Hardware / Software Partitioning
    Shawn Nematbakhsh, Frank Vahid, Greg Stitt
    Technical Report, University of California, Riverside, 2003.
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  3. External Interfaces and Software Tools for Electronic Blocks
    Shawn Nematbakhsh
    Master Thesis, University of California, Riverside, 2005.
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Projects
Education
2005
Master of Science in Computer Science
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
University of California, Riverside
Thesis: External Interfaces and Software Tools for Electronic Blocks
Advisor: Prof. Frank Vahid
2003
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
University of California, Riverside
Project: UNIX Password Cracking With FPGAs
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