R.A.M. Computer Consulting
800 Adams Pl SE
Albuquerque, NM, 87108-3411
(Since November 1994)
Professional PC Systems Support
Robert Malseed Topical Resume
Personal Computer system specialist / programmer /
systems analyst. Setting up
and maintaining PC systems.
Developing and using efficient computer models, simulations,
databases, management information systems, or other application programs. Using
analysis techniques to evaluate system effectiveness.
Provide training in PC systems.
Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering, Summa Cum Laude, Auburn University, 1977. Member of Sigma Gamma Tau (Aerospace Engineering), Tau Beta Pi (Engineering), and Phi Kappa Phi (Academic) honor societies.
Completed Air Force Institute of Technology short
courses in Lasers and Optics (1977), Effects of Nuclear Weapons (1985),
and Laboratory Management of R&D (1977).
Also completed Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) computer science
courses in PDP-11 architecture,
assembler, Macro-11 programming, and RT-11 operating system. (1980-84)
Ada programming course from Muir Technical College, 1989.
over 70 networked PCs for Hoffmantown Church, solving related software
problems and assisting users with computer operations.
Assisted several small companies in setting up and configuring PCs
including peer-to-peer networking with Windows for Workgroups and Windows
95. Programmed a custom
Windows Help file for an advertising agency.
Developed various databases (see below).
and coded (on a PC using Microsoft BASIC) two threat databases for Sandia
National Labs. Wrote user
documentation for each. Designed,
programmed, and documented a 28,000 record customer database (written in
Microsoft Access) for an advertising agency.
Wrote various membership databases in Access and dBASE.
Wrote subroutines for the simulation of an
acquisition, tracking, and pointing integrated space experiment for the
Strategic Defense Initiative Office.
Wrote software for a sensor data management testbed demonstration
program which simulates the Agile Control Experiment and the Zenith Star
experiment performing star-to-star retargeting, ground beacon tracking,
and booster tracking experiments. Modeled
the SNL tritium production concept to help provide a life cycle cost
estimate. Developed models
for structural analysis of various kinetic energy weapons, a space-based
surveillance system, and an electromagnetic launcher.
Wrote the AFOTEC simulation programs for assault breaker anti-armor
munitions and for Sensor Fuzed Weapon to be used as analysis tools for
estimating operational effectiveness of these weapon systems.
Modified the AFWL Trajectory Analysis Program data library to
provide simulation of a ballistic AIM-4D missile, 2.75 inch rocket, Lance
missile, Improved Hawk missile, AA-6, and the Ballistic Aerial Target
System. Revised the ESP-SW
HEL propagation model and transported it from the Air Force Weapons Lab
Cray-1 computer to an HP-1000, a PDP-11/03, and an IBM-4341 computer.
Established by computer analysis the scenario
geometry for all proposed Air Force Airborne Laser Lab high energy laser (HEL)
demonstrations and for HELRATS radar testing at North Oscura peak.
Performed the eye safety study for the Airborne Laser Lab cycle 3
HEL experiments. Provided
programming and data analysis for an experimental mine detection system.
Assisted Los Alamos and Sandia Labs in defining baseline concepts
for a Laboratory Microfusion Facility for inertial confinement fusion
radar, infrared, TV, and laser guided air-to-air and air-to-surface
missiles and glide bombs. Performed
missile checkout, assembly, and conventional and nuclear warhead mating
operations. Calibrated and
tested missile checkout equipment which included radar, IR, electronic,
hydraulic, and pneumatic systems.
missile technician of USAF TV-guided AGM-65A Maverick missile Development,
Test, and Evaluation team, and for the Close Air Support Missile, an
advanced development version of a laser guided Maverick.
|ADDITIONAL COMPUTER SYSTEMS EXPERIENCE|
user of Windows 95/98, MS-DOS, Windows for Workgroups, Windows NT, DEC
RT-11 & VMS, CDC NOS/BE, Cray CTSS, HP RTE-IV, IBM VM-SP CMS, and
CP/M-86/80 operating systems.
Have written graphics programs on the IBM PC,
CDC-6600, Cray-1, HP- 1000, DEC PC-100A, and IBM-4341 computers using a
variety of languages and graphics libraries.
These programs have included analysis tools ranging from relatively
simple plots of data to 2-D views of 3-D data from arbitrary viewpoints.
Designed graphic user interface for Sandia National Labs (SNL)
databases. The databases also
required both on-screen and hard copy plotting of data.
Wrote programs primarily in BASIC and Fortran with
additional experience in Access, Visual Basic, dBASE, Windows Help system,
Pascal, HP PCL5, HP-GL/2, Macro-11, 80x86 assembler, and Ada.
Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, dBASE IV,
VISIO, Norton Utilities, Xtree, Hijaak, Calendar Creator, Arts &
Letters Express Graphics Editor, DesignCAD 2D/3D, TurboTax, MathCAD,
Kermit, FoxPro, WordStar, SmarTerm 240, etc.
Trained personnel in use of various computer
systems at the Air Force Weapons Lab (AFWL), the Air Force Operational
Test and Evaluation Center (AFOTEC), and Sandia National Labs.
Supervised conventional and nuclear air-launched
missile maintenance activities having up to 30 technicians and over 1000
member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Member of the Air Force Association.
Twenty-six years military service - fourteen years
missile maintenance technician, three years officer trainee, nine years
aeronautical engineer. Highest grade: Captain.
Had a Top Secret clearance from DISCO (to March
1995). Previously had Top
Secret DoD clearance and DoE "Q" clearance.
providing consulting services as R.A.M.
be furnished upon request.
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Robert Malseed Chronological Resume
Hoffmantown Church (November 1997 to August 1999) (March 2001 to December 2003) (Currently on-call)
Computer Systems Specialist. Mr. Malseed performed the setup and maintenance of over 100 PCs. Approximately seventy of these were on a network served by four Windows 2000 computers. He provided troubleshooting and repair for network wiring and PC hardware and software problems. He provided assistance to the computer operators and he also helped in determining requirements and procurement of new computers and components. He also maintained the computerized security system and the telephone system.
National Computer Systems (19 April 2000 to 5 May 2000)
Professional Scorer. Mr. Malseed evaluated student responses to open-ended questions and scores according to a customer supplied rubric (scoring guide). He has evaluated third grade and fifth grade mathematics questions from achievement tests given to Minnesota students.
Innovative Research Corporation (October 1993 to March 1995)
Senior Technical Research Analyst. Mr. Malseed provided support to Field Command Defense Nuclear Agency to include producing documentation for the operation of a classified network. He also performed office managerial duties for the IRC Albuquerque operation, and was the Facility Security Officer.
Titan Corporation, Spectron Division (October 1986 to September 1992)
Senior Systems Analyst. Mr. Malseed was a Senior Systems Analyst in TITAN's Albuquerque office. His final tasks involved working on the definition of innovative directed energy systems for strategic and theater missile defense. From 1990 to 1992 he provided technical support to Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) by completing a Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) Countermeasures task - the Automated Threat Data Analysis System (ATDAS). This effort included database software design and development; data analysis and processing; and development and implementation of user interfaces to the database. In 1990, he completed working on a task involving the definition of baseline concepts for a Laboratory Microfusion Facility (LMF) for inertial confinement fusion research. These concepts include the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) krypton flouride laser driver approach and the SNL light ion driver approach. The purpose of the concept definition was to provide a basis for the estimation of the LMF costs. Mr. Malseed modeled the SNL tritium production concept to help provide a life cycle cost estimate. He also produced video tapes featuring computerized models of flight tests for SDI programs. This task involved the development of 3D models on a PC and transferring them to a Silicon Graphics IRIS workstation where animation was added. He also provided microcomputer programming and data analysis for an experimental mine detection system. He developed models for structural analysis of various kinetic energy weapons, a space-based surveillance system, and an electromagnetic launcher as part of a task for the Air Force Space Technology Center. In addition, Mr. Malseed was involved in a project to update both the software and the documentation for an Oxygen-Iodine high energy laser weight and volume model for the Air Force Weapons Laboratory. He completed the writing of a computerized simulation for an acquisition, tracking, and pointing integrated space experiment for the Strategic Defense Initiative Office. He also wrote software for a sensor data management testbed demonstration program that simulates the Agile Control Experiment and the Zenith Star experiment performing star-to-star retargeting, ground beacon tracking, and booster tracking experiments. For the Zenith Star program he provided laser system analysis using the SPC1 performance code. He also prepared scripts and produced and narrated video tape presentations for the ATP Fire Control, Agile Control Experiment, and Zenith Star programs.
United States Air Force (February 1960 to July 1986)
F-16 Weapon System Trainer FOT&E Test Manager. During a one year assignment with the USAF Tactical Air Warfare Center, Mr. Malseed prepared the test plan for the Follow-on Test and Evaluation of the F-16 Weapon System Trainer.
Air-to Ground Weapon System Analyst. Mr. Malseed was involved in test and evaluation at the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center (AFOTEC). He wrote the AFOTEC simulation programs for assault breaker anti- armor munitions and for Sensor Fuzed Weapon. These programs were used as analysis tools for estimating the operational effectiveness of the weapon systems. He also obtained, modified, and maintained a code for simulating the Wasp Millimeter wave guided anti-armor missile. As analyst for the GBU-15/IR program, he wrote the IOT&E test plan operational effectiveness annex, monitored the test, and performed the laser countermeasure vulnerability study. He also wrote the IOT&E test plan annex for the CBU-97/B Sensor Fuzed Weapon and analyzed the weapon's effectiveness.
Laser Weapon System Analyst. While assigned to the Air Force Weapons Laboratory (AFWL), he worked on high energy laser (HEL) concepts and requirements. He analyzed the feasibility and effectiveness of a wide variety of proposed HEL weapons using the ESP family of system analysis codes and using a multi-vehicle trajectory generation program. He established by computer analysis the scenario geometry for all proposed Air Force Airborne Laser Laboratory HEL demonstrations and for HEL Radar Acquisition and Tracking System testing at North Oscura Peak. He also wrote and used programs to analyze and graphically display the results of HEL simulation. He modified the HEL code to add output that could be used in other programs for post-processing analysis, and he developed a short variation of the code which could be used on mini and micro computer systems. He accomplished and published the results of the laser eye safety study for the Airborne Laser Lab cycle 3 experiments.
Missile Development and Maintenance Technician. Mr. Malseed served in missile maintenance, test, and development activities. He accomplished checkout and maintenance of a variety of radar, infrared, TV, and laser guided air launched weapons having both conventional and nuclear warheads. He calibrated and tested missile checkout equipment that included radar, IR, electronic, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems. From 1970 to 1973 he was chief missile technician for the USAF TV-guided AGM-65A Maverick missile Development, Test, and Evaluation team and for the Close Air Support Missile, an advanced development version of a laser guided Maverick. While on the Maverick DT&E team, he redesigned the missile in-shop handling equipment to enhance safety and ease of maintenance. He also proposed changes (later adopted) to the AGM-65A test equipment target simulator to eliminate optical mismatch and improve missile checkout capability.
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Robert Malseed Publications
"Automated Threat Data Analysis System, Observations Subsystem, User's Guide". Spectron Technical Report SDL-R-137 92-2875-001, January 1992.
"Automated Threat Data Analysis System, Materials Subsystem, User's Guide". Spectron Technical Report SDL-R-118B 91-2875- 001, November 1991.
"Cost Analysis of Los Alamos National Laboratory Laboratory Microfusion Facility Baseline Concept", with Ian Smith and S.G. Varnado. Spectron Technical Report SDL-R-076 89-2846-001, November 1989.
"Preliminary Cost Analysis of Driver Subsystems for Sandia National Laboratories Laboratory Microfusion Facility Baseline Concept", with S.D. Gibson and S.G. Varnado. Spectron Technical Report SDL-R-067 89-2822-003, October 1989.
"Pulsed Power Produced Tritium Scoping Study/Feasibility Assessment", with others. Sandia National Laboratories Report SAND 89-1451, August 1989.
"Cost Model for P3T Accelerator", with S.D. Gibson. Spectron Technical Report SDL-R-061 89-2822-002, June 1989.
"Life Cycle Cost Analysis of Sandia National Laboratories P3T Concept", with S.D. Gibson and S.G. Varnado. Spectron Technical Report SDL-R-049 89-2822-001, April 1989.
"Electromagnetic Launcher Structural Model", with M.R. Michnovicz. Spectron Technical Report SDL-87-0012, October 1987.
"Space Based Kinetic Energy Weapon System (SBKEWS) Structural Models and Response", with M.R. Michnovicz. Spectron Technical Report SDL-87-0008, September 1987.
"Space Surveillance and Tracking System (SSTS) Structural Model and Response", with M.R. Michnovicz. TITAN draft report, September 1987.
"Agile Control Experiment Sensor Data Management Testbed -- Plan and Video Demonstration", with M.R. Michnovicz. TITAN Technical Report TAL-R-034, June 1987.
"Cycle III Laser Safety Study". AFWL/AREA February 1981. (USAF Airborne Laser Laboratory Program)
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