Beatrice T. Meyers
|Name||Beatrice T. Meyers|
|Profession||Graduate Research Assistant|
|Hobbies||Cooking, Distro Packaging, Programming (Applications, Games, Websites), Hardware Projects|
|Location||Rochester, New York, USA|
|Aug 2018 — Present||
Technical Lead, Core Team (Unpaid Volunteer),
Solus Project (Linux Distribution)
|Responsible for working with Core Team and Global Maintainers to carry out day-to-day activities (Package Maintenance, User Support) while also helping to guide the technical direction of the project. Developing the tooling for our next generation packaging infrastructure (Generation, Distribution, Installation).|
|May 2014 — Present||
Graduate Research Assistant (M.S. and Ph.D),
Kate Gleason College of Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY.
|Multi-disciplinary research (Computer, Mechanical, and Industrial Engineering, Chemistry) focused on the natural environment study of tobacco product (combustibles, e-cigs) user topography and emissions characterization. Design and manufacture of embedded real-time data-logger electronics for natural environment monitoring of tobacco product use. Firmware development for real-time data-logging on the MBED Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) platform.|
|May 2013 — May 2014||
Undergraduate Researcher (3 month Co-op, then Part-Time),
Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY.
|Design, implementation, and deployment of the EDGE 2.0 distributed web application. User support and server administration of EDGE 1.0 and 2.0 environments, including Subversion and TortoiseSVN clients. System health-monitoring with LibreNMS SNMP-based solution.|
|Aug 2012 — Mar 2013||
Software Engineer (6 months Co-op),
Dawning Technologies, Inc., Fort Myers, FL.
|Participated in the development of medical interface software, including, but not limited to, middle-ware services and client applications in Java. Worked under an ISO 9000 compliant software design and quality assurance process. Application administrator for Redmine project management suite.|
|Mar 2012 — Aug 2012||
Student System Administration (3 month Co-op, then Part-Time),
Mechnical Engineering, College of Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY.
|Facilitated migration from ESXi environment to ITS vSphere. Administration of Windows servers for software licenses and file services. Software development and support for the in-house EGDE 1.0 project management system. Hardware and software support for Faculty and Staff, as well research and teaching labs.|
Hardware and Software Development
|Programming||Go, C/C++, LaTeX, MATLAB, JS/HTML/CSS, Ruby, Java, VHDL|
|Build Systems||Autotools, CMake, Meson, Ninja, Cabal|
|Version Control||Git (Github, Gitlab, Phabricator), Subversion|
|Hardware||Embedded (PCB Design, Firmware), FPGA, VLSI|
|Orchestration||Linux (Ansible, Debian Preseed, RHEL Kickstart), Windows (WDS)|
|Networking||CLAWS (DNS/DHCP), Directory (AD, LDAP), Firewalls (Windows,UFW), PXE, Wireshark|
|Monitoring||LibreNMS (SNMP), Zabbix (agent), Nagios (SSH)|
|Virtualization||oVirt, VMWare (Workstation, vSphere, ESXi ), VirtualBox, Xen|
|Operating Systems||Linux (Ubuntu, RHEL, Solus), Windows, macOS|
|Databases||MariaDB (Server, Galera Cluster), MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite|
|Web Servers||Apache (HTTPd, Tomcat), Nginx (Nginx, Unit)|
|2016 — Present||
Ph.D in Engineering,
Dissertation Title: Design and Simulation of Monitoring Devices for Inhaled Nicotine Devices: An Energy-Aware Approach.
Advisor: Dr. Edward Hensel
|2014 — 2016||
M.S. in Computer Engineering,
Thesis Title: Modelling of Information Flow and Resource Utilization in the EDGE Distributed Web System.
Advisor: Dr. Edward Hensel
|2009 — 2014||
B.S. in Computer Engineering,
Minor in Computer Science.