HAROLD NICHOLAS NAGEL
Information Systems Engineer
To obtain a position where I can best utilize my extensive education and skill set in the fields of Human and Computerized Information Processing.
Ph.D. in cognitive science.
Model Object Oriented Programming capabilities shaped and honed through years of training and information systems engineering.
Seasoned expertise acquired through years of total immersion in Internet and World Wide Web development.
Strong scientific background with extensive formal training in cognitive science and computational systems.
Expert analytic and quantitative abilities.
Exceptional communicative abilities and capacity for public speaking.
Advanced writing capabilities evidenced through numerous technical publications, grant proposals, course materials development, and blogs.
Advanced drawing and graphics design skills acquired through formal education and continuing artistic productions.
Craftsperson's attention to detail strongly supports both back- and front-end development.
Robust feature implementation through application of principles of Test Driven Development (TDD).
Software Engineer (contractor), Charles River Analytics (March 2012 -- April 2013).
Software Architect, Pegasystems (November 2010 -- January 2012).
Senior Software Engineer, Immersive Education Initiative (2008 -- 2010).
Lecturer (part-time), Boston College (2003 -- 2010).
Software Engineer (contractor), Harvard Business School Publishing (2007 -- 2008).
Educational Systems Specialist, Altova (2004 -- 2007).
Java Instructor, Sun Microsystems (2000 ~~ 2004).
Visiting Professor, Boston College (1998 -- 2000).
Research Fellow, Boston University School of Medicine and Harold Goodglass Aphasia Research Center (1997 -- 1998).
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital (1995 -- 1996 ).
Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of California, San Diego -- Center for Human Information Processing (1994 -- 1995).
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Ph.D. (cognitive science). Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL (1994). Dissertation: The Role of Prosody in Sentence Processing.
B.A. (psychology). University of Massachusetts, Lowell, MA (1989).