A. Mike Kritscher____________________________________ e-mail: [email protected] Professional Experience: 1996 – Present Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley California Mechanical Engineer at the Advanced Light Source. Duties: My responsibilities have spanned a broad range of positions, from Lead Engineer of several Beamlines (managing project design, fabrication, schedules and budgets) to addressing specific needs as simple as generating a specification or creating models with detailed prints. Highlights would include the design of the BL 4.0 mono. pre-mirror and the drawings for the ALS “Top-off” upgrade. 1994 – 1996 KLA Instruments Corporation, San Jose, California Manufacturing Engineer for the Wafer and Reticle Inspection Group. Duties: Production line issues management, new product introduction, and system improvement through component cost and reliability redesign. 1987 – 1993 Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley California Senior Engineering Assistant at the Advanced Light Source. Duties: Performed and provided training in Me10 drafting/plotting and used multiple software packages for problem solving and project scheduling. Academic Preparation: California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering, June 1994 Engineer In Training (E. I. T.) Certified, June 1994 Senior Project: Stability and responsiveness of a prone downhill race bicycle. Diablo Valley College, Pleasant Hill, California Associate of Arts degree in Liberal Arts, May 1989. Certificate of Achievement in Mechanical Technology, December 1990. Recipient of the Dean S. Lesher Scholarship, June 1991. Computer Experience: CAD: OneSpace Modeling and Annotation, Me10/Me30, Cadkey, ProEngineer. Analysis / languages: ANSYS, Mathmatica, Matlab, C, Pascal, G-code, Pspice. Management: Microsoft (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project), Model Manager, Professional Service: Mechanical Engineering representative for the ALS Beamline Review Committee. Assistant Building Manager and BET member for Building 46. Member of the ALS EH&S committee, and QUEST meeting coordinator. Member of the Mechanical Engineering Division Self Assessment Team. Member of the 2004 Facilities Division MESH review committee. Chair of the Mechanical Safety Subcommittee of the Safety Review Committee. References: Are available upon request.