John Amstadt is a Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA), Certified LabVIEW Embedded Developer (CLED), and Senior Systems Integrator with over 10 years of experience working with LabVIEW and control systems. In addition, John is an experienced Ruby on Rails, ReactJS, and C++ developer. John graduated from University of Houston in 2011 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Engineering Technology.
Rohama Khadija graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. She started her career at National Instruments in the Applications Engineering Department with a focus on NI’s Automated Test products. She specializes in LabVIEW monitoring and control software, hardware testing for harsh downhole environments, and project management. She is a Certified LabVIEW Developer, Certified TestStand Architect, and NI Certified Professional Instructor.
Graduated Western Kentucky University with a BS in Engineering Physics with an Area of Concentration in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Computer Science. Experienced in firmware, hardware design, integration of firmware and hardware, Desktop applications and embedded applications. Has significant experience designing and interfacing with downhole tools and data acquisition in the Oil and Gas industry (wire line and MWD). Also experienced in application management domain.
Former Vanderbilt University student, Jamison Gray studied at the University of Houston. He is experienced in desktop and embedded applications environments and project management.
Jason has two Electrical Engineering degrees, a BS from University of Texas at Austin, and MS at University of Texas at Dallas. He has experience with developing embedded C software and neural network solutions with interests in Digital Signal Processing and Automation. He is excited to learn from and work with the Erdos Miller team in developing and innovating their MWD System.
Junior Software/Firmware Developer
Having worked in automation maintenance in the web-offset printing industry, as an electronics technician manufacturing vibration detection equipment, and having studied electronics, programming, and Aeroponics in his spare time, Cameron is highly capable in a multitude of disciplines. After learning how to build Erdos Miller’s various tools, namely Eclipse and MicroPulse, calibrating MicroPulses, and programming applications to assist MicroPulse manufacturing, he is now working as a firmware and software developer who is well-versed in Python and knowledgeable in C and LabVIEW.
Junior Software Developer
Ashton graduated with a bachelor of science at the University of Houston. He also has an interest in automation and the latest tech.