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Martin Dudziak Emergency Storm Fire Flood Health Safety Resume June2012

  1. 1. Professional Resume M. J. Dudziak Martin Dudziak 9400 Windy Cove Ct, Apt I, Richmond, VA – 23294-6470 804-740-0342, 202-415-7295 (cell), (505) 926-1399 (sat) | : martinjd@tetradyn.comPROFILE SUMMARY Over 25 years of diversified service and experience in high-risk, rapid-response emergency operations. Hands-on & management of crews and teams on challenging tasks with limited resources, deep constraints. Strong skills in analysis and synthesis for complex multi-component systems, concept and requirements development, prototyping and formal design, and testing methodologies. Sensitivity and creativity in solving issues within teams and among clients, especially in multicultural groups. Highly-organized in multi-tasking, project management, reporting, & negotiating with management and clients. “Deep science and technology” experience including familiarity with wide array of electronic and mechanical equipment from hand tools to navigation and detection/tracking systems to standard heavy equipment. Experienced in IT applications and systems spanning LAN, wi-fi, cloud, tablet and smartphone worlds. Designer & developer of COPPER (Critical OPeration Procedures for Emergency Response) and CRAIDO (Community Rapid response for Infectious Disease Outbreaks) Extensive knowledge & experience in medical response team planning and response under harsh conditions. Expert in writing documents (e.g., Management/Client and Functional Requirements). Expert in managing & controlling meetings and facilitating all levels of management, agencies, residents, law enforcement and other stakeholders in JADs, brainstorm/plan sessions, telephonic/radio/web conferences. Strong leader and team builder with excellent analytical and communication skills, capable to self-start and complete new business models and technology roll-outs, dedicated to meet/exceed deadlines and provide necessary deliverables and resolve conflicts/issues creatively by out-of-the-box thinking. Excellent verbal communication, written, presentation; unique interpersonal, multicultural, multilingual skills. Recognized as a solid team player, mentor, coordinator, facilitator, and problem-solver.FIELD EXPERIENCE - Emergent/Disaster - Labor/Management - Plan/Prevent/Respond Greenville, NC – Sept 2011 – QC/area field manager and health/safety mgr. for Ceres Environmental in emergency disaster response work throughout the city. Galveston/Houston area, Texas – Sept 2008 – served in volunteer medical corps team providing physical and technical and basic relief assistance to residents after Hurricane Ike. Moscow region, Russia – Summer, 2003 – participated as member of volunteer medical assistance team in rural forest areas in response to peat-bog fires causing extreme smoke and health threats. Gulf Coast area – Sept 2005 – provided remote-based assistance using NomadEyes and related web-based technology for logistics support and in particular for personal and family tracking/reconnecting and for locating medical and energy supplies. Chernobyl and Semipalatinsk regions (Ukraine and Russia) – 1992 thru 2002 on multiple occasions – monitoring and data collection/analysis of nuclear radiation and health effects on humans, animals and crops. Costa Rica – May 2002 – major floods - volunteer (as part of Intel corporate responsibility program) member of team assisting residents, schools, clinics, and also engaging in telecommunications technical assistance. Costa Rica – July/Aug 2002 – volunteer (as part of Intel corporate responsibility program) member of team including geologists and civil engineers doing post-earthquake (6.2) assessment and assistance to neighborhoods, schools, and also participating in two volcano expeditions. Richmond, VA – Sept 1996 – volunteer relief and debris work throughout the greater Richmond area, particularly in vegetative debris cutting and removal and assistance to homebound, disabled and/or power-less persons. SW Virginia – winter of 1992-93 and Jan-Feb 1995 – participated in community and state-organized teams for rescue and relief after major ice storms (including by snowmobile and skis) to homebound persons, particular families and the disabled/elderly, in the mountainous areas around Blacksburg, Radford, Pulaski and surrounding areas. NW Michigan – winters of 1977 through 1982 – member of health-safety rescue teams operating in response to blizzards and ice storms, assisting mainly rural residents, including two missing-person search operations. Uttar Pradesh, India – Summer 1974 – co-organized and worked as volunteer on international relief team in response to extreme monsoon damage including flood rescue. Santa Barbara, California – Summer 1972 – worked on crew in forest-fire fighting in the Santa Ynez and Topatopa Mountains, including a ground search for hikers in the Sespe Canyon area. 1
  2. 2. Professional Resume M. J. DudziakAREAS OF EXPERTISE Emergency-Disaster Focus Assessment, Communications, Organization, Planning Health and Safety (Chem, Bio, Rad) Plan/Execute/Validate Physical Labor Teamwork – Fire, Flood, Storm, Quake Internet, Web, Fault-Tolerant “C3”AVAILABILITY In most cases, 24-48 hrs. notice for travel in US or overseasRECENT PROJECTS COPPER – Critical Operations Preparedness and Procedures for Emergency Response(An integrated suite of systems incorporating machinery, medicine, information technology, communications, COOP, sensors,tracking and estimating for communities (including local, state and federal govt. agencies, companies and other organizationsto use in response to emerging and actual disasters such as storms, floods, earthquakes, fires, biological pandemics,addressing multiple issues such as debris estimation, handling and tracking, equipment and personnel logistics, mass casualtyand triage procedures, and socioeconomic continuity) Computational modeling, simulation, database and web programming, wireless and satellite communications, network administration and cybersecurity Environmental health and safety, particularly in IDLH and CBRNE domains Equipment and staff planning, logistics, supply-chain management, tracking and locating GIS, GPS, GTS, RFID, and advanced IT and electronics Environmental damage and debris assessment, response planning and task scheduling Automated vehicle tracking and load calculation/validation Public health, safety and security procedures and tools with a focus on wide-area, mass-effect CBRNE hazards Modular rapid-deployment mobile pods and equipment for medical, water, energy and communication needs Support: DHS, FEMA, CDC, NIH, DOD, DOE, EPA (subcontractor), corporate sector (int’l) CUBIT, CRAIDO and Race-to-Resilience (community-centric rapid-response for biothreat validation, intervention andtreatment coordination; primary case study for H5N1, expanded for H1N1, with strong emphasis on mutation detection &tracking, epidemiological monitoring, social behavior analysis in support of social resilience) Real-time data acquisition, bioinformatics modeling and testing, web-based CMS, DBMS Laboratory research, program management, agency/sponsor interfacing and presentation Support: CDC, WHO, corporate sector (int’l) Nomad Eyes (chem-bio-rad-threat focused network for detection, recognition, assessment, alert, and response, gearedfor civilian populations - both home/institutional use; stochastic distribution, wireless and cellular devices) Wireless communications, data acquisition, AI, mobile networks, sensor interfaces, and information security Support: NATO, DOD, ARDA (DTO), corporate sector RedBioNet (focus on early-warning biothreat detection in wildlife and rural/uninhabited environments, employingdistributed sensor arrays and mixed-media information gathering from local including public sources) Similar type of work as later for Nomad Eyes Support: ARDA (DTO), DARPA, private corporate sector EcOasis PodLab (modular, reconfigurable trailer/container-based facility with emergency water filtration, public healthmonitoring station, chemical and pathogen analytics, and satellite-based internet communications –providing mobilediagnostics and public-access informatics; included ECLEAR Kit, a biosafety & health aids kit) Integration and communication among multiple machines and devices; wireless, security, DBMS, GIS, GPS Funding: EPA, DHS, private corporate sector BioProt (analysis, surface bioprotection treatment, monitoring, and training of workers, students, general-public, forpreventive measures against a variety of contact/exchange-transmissible pathogens) Data acquisition and collection, sampling, analytics, verification, statistics, visualization and chem treatment Support: NHS, CIHR, DOD (Army), private corporate sector CommonHealthNet (iMedNet) (one of the first web-based telemedicine networks and early social networkcommunities, linking American medical professionals and students with disadvantaged-nation medical providers; later variants:FuturesGateway, Saño y Salvo, and Medicine for Humanity field gynecology clinics) Web-based interactive CMS and DBMS with image and video libraries and notification system Funding: NIH, USAID, State Dept. 2
  3. 3. Professional Resume M. J. DudziakEMPLOYMENT HISTORY 2003 - Present: Managing Director (R&D), TETRADYN Ltd. (TETRAD Technologies Group, Inc.) 2000-2003: Group Manager & Project Lead, Intel Corporation (USA,Costa Rica, Russia) 1996 - 2001: Director of R&D (Co-Founder), Silicon Dominion Corporation, Richmond, VA 1993 - 1998: Assistant/Associate Professor, Physics and Biomedical Engineering (dual appointments), VirginiaCommonwealth University (Medical College of Virginia), Richmond, VA 1988 - 1993: Senior Scientist, Special Projects, SGS-THOMSON Microelectronics (now, BaltimoreMD (Concurrent 1991-1992: Visiting Faculty, VA Tech & Radford Univ.) 1985 - 88: Senior Engineer / Project Manager, Martin Marietta Aerospace, Baltimore MD 1983 - 85: Research Scientist, Battelle, Columbus OH and Hanford, WACONSULTING EXPERIENCE SUMMARY (selection)Company, Institution, Synopsis of Work PerformedAgencyARCS Initiative Community planning for rehabilitation and re-use of large urban high school for education and youth projectsBiosafe SBIR/STTR proposals and projects, new business and market developmentBoeing Technical studies on CBRNE subjects, proposal development, due diligence of third-party including foreign technologiesBP Design and deployment of analytical field testing labCEED QA/QC, health and safety management, and IT architecture design relating to emergency and disaster reliefCyclone Technical and business evaluation and review, engineering modifications, venture funding assistanceDynamic Air Design and development of product blast-testing and evaluation by govt. labsG3 Systems Technical and business planning, due diligence, technical analysis studiesFutures Gateway international internet-based educational teams and clubs collaborating and competing with futures-oriented study projects, for youth 10-18 and family- members as wellGeneral Electric Nomad Eyes and CEBIT sensor processingGlobal Infotek Defense/intel program work, new business and project developmentKLA-Tencor Full plan development study and operational plan for offshore technical R&D center in EuropeLincos / Digital Nations Design, implementation and site planning for remote container-based internet classroom facilities for children and youth in Latin AmericaLoudermilk Materials evaluation and testing, business plan development, set-up of non-profit institute, web e-commerce designMedicine for Humanity Design of telemedicine system and training of staff for use in remote field clinics worldwideSaño y Salvo Costa Rican based internet help-line for women and children at risk from drug gangs and prostitution/slavery ringsST Microelectronics Technical assessment, review, investigations re: microfluids, MEMS, and medical lab-on-chip for diagnostic applicationsMajor Texas law firm Expert witness on procedures and methods in GC/MS testing for methamphetamine residuesMajor Virginia law firm Expert witness on microbiology and genetic testing procedures in criminal casesManagement and Communications SKILL SETDiscipline Specific example knowledge areas, techniques, methods, skillsCritical thinking techniques Assessment of technology readiness and market acceptanceEngineering-tech outsourcing Chip-set design and testing, fab prototyping’ KLA-Tencor R&D centerJAD session formation, coordination State-lvel transportation dept. and final $60M program bidders 3
  4. 4. Professional Resume M. J. DudziakDistance-based team management Silicon Dominion and Tetradyn software, hardware designCross-cultural communications “Planeta Znaniya” internet encyclopedia and social network projectStaff conflict resolution Often being the person who can be the bridge between conflicting partiesBusiness Continuity Ontario Power; issues concerning nuclear plant operations in pandemicDownsizing and outsourcing Planning and implementation with expectation for future regrowth, recallTeaching and training Technical equipment plus MBA and MIS-level coursesIT/Computing SKILL SETTech Area (listed alphabetically by Specific example knowledge areas, techniques, methods, skillsdiscipline and by specialization)Architecture & design of applications Use-Case modeling, UML, Erwin, Corba, OOP methods, Rational Rose,and large enterprise-scale systems XP (eXtreme Programming), Agile, CrystalDatabases and data warehouses GENOA, TIA, ADAM (Intel), PANDA, CASE, Tangram, PhoenixGIS, GPS (incl,. RFID), Mapping, ESRI products (esp. ArcInfo, ArcGIS), Intergraph, Google Mapping andHyperspectral imaging and telemetry Earth APIs and SDKs, and proprietary algorithms and codeInformation security and cyberwarfare Cryptography, encryption, bots and botnets, Kerberos (KISS, not MIT)MEMS concepts, design, & software Nomad Eyes and CEBIT sensor processingProgramming languages (incl. C, C++, Java, Lisp, Prolog, Forth, Fortran, Pascal, OCCAM, TCL, Python,mathematical and modeling PHP, Perl, SAS, MATLAB, Maple, Mathematica, Macsymalanguages)Streaming media Designed and implemented leading out-performer for video streaming – matched or exceeded Real, WMP, AkamaiWeb system design and PHP, SQL, CMS, Java applets & scripts, Perl, WAP, CSS, XMLimplementation (incl. CMS, portals)Analytical Technology SKILL SETTech Area (listed by category) Specific example knowledge areas, techniques, methods, skillsSpectroscopy Piezo-resistive microcantilevers (PRMC), PAS/RePAS (Photoacoustics), Immunoassay, X-ray FlourescenceMicroscopy Optical, SPM (AFM, MFM, STM), SEM, TEM, Confocal, Magneto-OpticsAnalytical Instruments (CBRNE) GC, GC/MS, HPLC, FTIR, NMR, THzMicro- and sub-micron sensors Micro-optic cameras, magneto-optics, Nomad Eyes and CEBIT sensorsSemiconductor chip logics ARM, Intel, Motorola, ST, TI microprocessors, Transputer family, also DSP and Graphics co-processorsBiomedical instruments In-vitro cell/tissue culture,biopathogen culture/containment, EEG, EKGINTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATIONSExperience with projects and staff on-site and via remote task-forcing in: Australia, Belarus, Costa Rica, France, Germany, Italy, Morocco, Russia, Ukraine, United KingdomEDUCATION BA (high honors, dual-major – Philosophy/Physics), Colgate University, Hamilton, NY Post-graduate program in computer science at UCSB and UCLA, Los Angeles, CA MA (phil. of physics), Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD PhD (theoretical/computational physics), Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, OH Postdoctoral studies in economics, finance and entrepreneurshipPUBLICATIONS (extensive list available upon request)DIRECT CONTACT DATAEmail: or Skype: martindudziak(alternates:, )Tel: (804) 740-0342 Cell: (202) 415-7295 Msgs: (505) 926-1399 or (202) 460-4782Post: 9400 Windy Cove Ct., Apt. I, Richmond, VA 23294-6470 (USA) 4