Joshua Hrisko | Principal Engineer
As a PhD candidate, Joshua Hrisko has interned with technology companies, taught at the university level, and has experience with software development, signal processing, fluid dynamics, remote sensing, big data analysis, web development, mobile app development and much more. He is skilled with MATLAB, Python, ANSYS Fluent, Swift, Objective-C, C++, R, HTML, laboratory equipment (microphones, accelerometers, arduino, RF modules).
He has also participated and presented at conferences for: The Acoustical Society of America, The American Geophysical Union, International Congress on Urban Climate, American Meteorological Society.
He has developed data analysis software for companies such as: Idaho National Laboratory, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Applied Research Laboratory.
Recently, he was part of the team that published an educational Arduino-based iTunes mobile application called BLExAR, aimed to help young engineers engage with Arduino and engineering at the maker level.