I'm Michael Carroll, a 28 year-old Electrical Engineer, holding three degrees from the University of Florida: my B.S. in Electrical Engineering and my B.S. in Computer Engineering (May of 2011), and most recently, my M.S. in Electrical Engineering (May of 2012).
While at the University of Florida, I was involved with numerous student organizations and professional societies. I served as the Vice President of Communications and Treasurer of the Benton Engineering Council, a Board of College Councils Representative, an official Engineering Ambassador, Chair of the Engineering Student Advisory Council, and a member of Epsilon Lambda Chi, the Engineering Leadership Honorary society. I'm also a member of IEEE.
My work experience includes two internships with Lockheed Martin and two with Intel Corporation. While at Lockheed Martin, I worked on a support system for the F-35 fighter jet and supported various other projects. While at Intel Corporation, I worked in a fabrication facility analyzing defect metrology data, developing data visualization tools, and functioning as a back-end layer owner. Later at Intel, I worked on a software engineering team producing bootloader code for Atom system-on-a-chip based tablet, mobile phone, home entertainment, and in-vehicle platforms.
I currently work at Intel Corporation as a Performance Engineer in Santa Clara, CA.
Outside of work, I enjoy watching and playing sports, spending time with family and friends, and working on my 2010 Scion tC. I'm a home theater and A/V junkie, tinkerer, hacker, maker. I'm also a web developer and graphic designer, having completed many projects for student organizations, local companies, and friends.
Gator fans (and Gator haters) may get a chuckle out of a site I made: DidTheGatorsWin.com