About Me

Update 06/10/2017

A lot has happened since the last update. I’ve gone through several jobs, a Techstars internship and ended up at Kraft Heinz as a Project Engineer.

Kraft Heinz

My primary focus at work is to improve the current control systems and deliver a higher reliability to the site. I’m responsible for anything that has to do with hardware & software on site. I’m also quite involved in some of the mechanical aspects as the business unit is primarily focused on packaging.

In terms of platforms, I’m touching primarily RSLogix 5000, 500 & 5 as well as FactoryTalk 8, 7 & 6. I’m working with DeviceNet, ControlNet & EtherNet protocols. Other than that, there’s a lot of diversity when it comes to actual control systems. I work with motion, sensors, vision (Cognex) & more.

Update 10/20/2015

Completed “The Complete Web Developer Course”
URL: https://www.udemy.com/complete-web-developer-course
List of topics:

      HTML

 

      CSS – Built several landing pages

 

      JavaScript – Built a reaction tester app

 

      jQuery – Built an AJAX code player

 

      Bootstrap – Built a mobile friendly landing page

 

      PHP – Built a contact form

 

      MySQL – Built a blog website

 

    APIs – Built a website which extracts tweets and displays them through the Twitter API

Update 10/20/2013

Hello and welcome to my site,

As you have probably noticed, my name is Vladimir Romanov and this website is dedicated to the documentation of my journey as a Professional Engineer. Currently, as of February 18th 2013, I am still a student at Concordia University in the Electrical Engineering program with the “Power and Renewable Energy” option.

I am passionate about what I do and hope that my projects as well as my extra curricular activities can convince you of my extensive involvement in this field. I am an extremely versatile person and believe that my degree has taught me far more than simple technical skills. It has shown me that no matter what the project is, no matter how difficult it may seem at the beginning, everything can be achieved provided that enough effort is put in. In other words, no matter what the problem or challenge is, I should be able to complete it given sufficient time! (And funds of course!)

If you are still wondering about what exactly I accomplished during my last few years at Concordia University, I made a list of all the courses which you can see below.

Full Description of each course: Click Here!

Engineering Core

      ELEC 275 Principles of Electrical Engineering

 

      ENCS 282 Technical Writing and Communication

 

      ENGR 201 Professional Practice and Responsibility

 

      ENGR 202 Sustainable Development and Environmental Stewardship

 

      ENGR 213 Applied Ordinary Differential Equations

 

      ENGR 233 Applied Advanced Calculus

 

      ENGR 301 Engineering Management Principles and Economics

 

      ENGR 371 Probability and Statistics in Engineering

 

      ENGR 391 Numerical Methods in Engineering

 

      ENGR 392 Impact of Technology on Society

 

    MARK 201 Introduction to Marketing (Elective Course)

Electrical Engineering Core

      COEN 231 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

 

      COEN 243 Programming Methodology I

 

      COEN 311 Computer Organization and Software

 

      COEN 312 Digital Systems Design I

 

      ELEC 251 Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics

 

      ELEC 264 Signals and Systems I

 

      ELEC 311 Electronics I

 

      ELEC 321 Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices

 

      ELEC 331 Fundamentals of Electrical Power Engineering

 

      ELEC 351 Electromagnetic Waves and Guiding Structures

 

      ELEC 363 Fundamentals of Telecommunications Systems

 

      ELEC 364 Signals and Systems II

 

      ELEC 365 Complex Variables and Partial Differential Equations

 

      ELEC 370 Modelling and Analysis of Physical Systems

 

      ELEC 372 Fundamentals of Control Systems

 

      ELEC 390 Electrical Engineering Team Design Project

 

    ELEC 490 Capstone Electrical Engineering Design Project

Power and Renewable Energy Electives

      ELEC 433 Power Electronics

 

      ELEC 437 Renewable Energy Systems

 

      ELEC 440 Controlled Electric Drives

 

      ELEC 481 Linear Systems

 

    ELEC 442 Digital Signal Processing

Other Electives

      COEN 352 Data Structures and Algorithms

 

      ELEC 462 Digital Communications

 

      ELEC 463 Telecommunication Networks

 

    COEN 315 Digital Electronics