Mark Geiger


I am a software engineer specializing in embedded systems, functional safety and software engineering. My main areas of work are in the fields of telecommunications, robotics and renewable energies.


Education

2015 - 2018

M.Sc., Information Technology - University of Stuttgart

Embedded Systems, Thesis Title: Preliminary Hazard Analysis and Fault Handling Methods in Solar Thermal Power Plant Control Systems

2012 - 2015

B.Eng., Information technology - Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University

Engineering IT, Thesis Title: Tessellation of Trimmed NURBS Surfaces using Multipass Shader Algorithms on the GPU

Professional Experience

Most Recent Work Experience:

since 03.2020

Freelance, Field Application Engineer at Quectel Wireless Solutions

  • Schematics review
  • Support for LTE and 5G modules
  • Sales support
  • Linux and Android support
  • Customer application support
since 04.2020

Lecturer for Advanced Software Engineering at the DHBW Mannheim, Mannheim

  • Methods for software quality assurance (SOLID, OOP, class design, exception safety)
  • Embedded systems
  • Testing
  • Architectural Design and System Engineering
  • Reliability Engineering & Safety Engineering
  • Risk Assessment Methods
06.2019 - 02.2021

Embedded Software Developer at Endress+Hauser Liquid Analysis, Gerlingen

  • Design and development of transmitter and sensor software. (80%)
    • Low level driver development (SPI, OctoSpi, Uart, HART, etc …)
    • Software Architecture
    • Real-time processing
    • Build system, CMake
  • Scrum Master (20%)

Other Work Experience:

09.2018 - 05.2019
Embedded Software Developer at VITES GmbH, Ottobrunn
10.2015 - 08.2018
Software Engineer at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Stuttgart
10.2012 - 09.2015
Software Developer (student) at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Cologne

Technical Experience

Programming Languages
C/C++: Most used language in my daily professional work, used for firmware development in different projects, e.g. for sensors, transmitters and antennas. Also used for some smaller private embedded projects: e.g. an Inverted Pendelum. Familiar with C++14/C++20, Templates, Lambdas, STL, etc.

Java: Probably the most used language for my private projects. Used for development of an artificial intelligence for soccer robots, a control system for solar power plants and lots of smaller projects. Great since 1.8. See some of work here: https://gitlab.com/MarkGeiger/energy-transition-sim or here: https://github.com/TIGERs-Mannheim/Sumatra

Python: Used almost daily but for smaller scripts, e.g. for automating tasks, build systems, plotting, data analysis, etc.

Basic knowledge of Assembly, VHDL, Matlab, C#, CMake

Other Experiences and Skills:

Projectmanagement
Project manager since 2013 at TIGERs Mannheim and
Operating systems
Ubuntu, Debian, OSE (RTOS), ChibiOS (RTOS), CentOS, Petalinux (embedded), Windows
Software
Git, SVN, Eclipse, Vivado, Visual Studio, Maven, Jenkins, Gitlab, Sonarqube, Mantis, Trac, IntelliJ, CLion, VisualVM, Common Office Tools, Polarion, Jira, Parasoft
Platforms
Zynq7000-Soc, Arm CortexM4, STM32F4xx, STM32L4xx, MSP430

Other Qualifications:

RoboCup - Project

Description
The student team “TIGERs Mannheim” from DHBW Mannheim has been participating in international RoboCup tournaments since 2011. The robots are completely self-developed and have to compete in a robot soccer match without any outside intervention. https://tigers-mannheim.de
Status
Member since 2012, Team Leader since 2013
Activities
  • Development in the field of artificial intelligence
  • Organization of international events
  • Task distribution and team management
  • Support in the development and maintenance of the robots
  • Marketing and sponsoring
Participation in Tournaments
  • RoboCup 2019 Australia, 4th place, Open Source / Hardware Trophy, Best Paper Award, Excellence Award
  • RoboCup 2018 Canada, 3rd place, Open Source / Hardware Trophy, Best Paper Award, Excellence Award
  • RoboCup 2017 Japan, Top 8, Open Source / Hardware Trophy, Best Paper Award
  • RoboCup 2016 Leipzig, Top 8, Open Source / Hardware, Best Paper Award, first place Technical Challenge, Most improved Team
  • IranOpen 2016, 4th place
  • RoboCup 2015 China, Top 8, Open Source / Hardware Trophy o IranOpen 2015, 4th place
  • RoboCup 2014 Brazil, Top 8, Open Source / Hardware Trophy o RoboCup 2013 Netherlands

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• +49 (0)15 789 077035 • 29 years old
Laichlestr. 54/2 - Gerlingen, Germany