Career Objective

Seeking Product Management position to develop next generation products and novel technologies–with special interests in software development and optics.


Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
(Sept 2005-December 2007; Sept 2008-June 2009)
B.S. & M.S. Electrical Engineering with emphasis in solid state physics and photonics.
GPA 3.8/4.0

Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
(Sept 2001-April 2002; Sept 2004-June 2005)

GPA 3.9/4.0

Special Skills

Computer Programs Matlab, MS Office Suite, MS Visual Studio, Cadence schematic and layout, Cadsoft Eagle, Unity, ModelSim, LabView, LT/Hspice, Awaves, MAX, Linux/Unix familiarity (CrunchBang, Ubuntu, Debian, Suse, Mandrake, Knoppix), LAMP with Apache/mySQL/PHP, Adobe Photoshop

Programming C/C++, C#, Objective-C, Python, Matlab, C8051, HTML/CSS, PHP, Java, Verilog, Assembly, Basic

Certified Scrum Master Agile Training with Scrum and Kanban Experience

Second Language Czech Read (fluent), write (competent), speak (fluent)


Beatty, Robert M. “Improved Feedback Control for High-speed Mach-zehnder.” filing number 14/567,571, filed 17 December 2014 and issued TBD.


Product Manager, Intel Corp. (Sept 2014 - Present)

Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Driving

  • · Development of Product Software Requirements for Autonomous Driving
  • · Pathfinding and Product Definition that spans across multiple business groups and functional teams
  • · Designed new and innovative requirement management infrastructure that maximizes reusability and efficiency which now drives dozens of simultaneous software programs for multiple, concurrent products

Android & Other

  • · Product Manager and Strategic Planner for Android, Android Things, and Internet of Things software products for Open Source Technology Center
  • · Defined software product roadmaps, requirements, and product definition as well as drove software products lifecycle through planning and engineering execution
  • · Responsible for Android software engineering requirements used to define and deliver Android products
  • · Owner of product definitions through requirements
  • · Coordinated and lead hundreds of engineers across software development and validation workflow from product definitions to product delivery
  • · Intel Reference Design for Android (IRDA) such as TrekStor SurfTab xintron i 7.0

Android Developer, Intel Corp. (May 2013 - Sept 2014)

  • · Android Intel Architecture x86 Phones and Tablets
  • · Developer for Android Audio
  • · Development of Continuous Integration for Android
  • · Jenkins and Gerrit Source Code Review
  • · Android Kernel Development

Electro-Optical Engineer, Intel Corp. (July 2010 - May 2013)

iPhone Developer, Theory of Mind (June 2010 - Present)

  • · Founded Theory of Mind, a company for children’s educational iPhone Apps
  • · Developed novel communication techniques and methods to enable disabled/special needs individuals using mobile and tablet technology, e.g. enabling speech with Augmented and Accelerated Communications
  • · Created iPhone Apps: Circus Procession, AAC, Scratch, What’s This?, Little Bot

Digital Engineer, Rotation Engineers Program (REP) Intel Corp. (May 2010 - July 2010)

  • · Compiled Pentium P54C into Intel Management Engine Modelsim environment
  • · Assembled and migrated pre-silicon validation tool chain

Market Researcher, Rotation Engineers Program (REP) Intel Corp. (January 2010 - April 2010)

  • · Compiled Market Forecasting for iPad vs Netbook to predict future volumes and sales
  • · Devised a method for Adobe Flash performance and comparison
  • · Developed Flash-based sales demos comparing ultra-low voltage laptops
  • · Created portable USB demo stick with ability to cache web content for offline demonstrations

Electro-Optical Engineer, Rotation Engineers Program (REP) Intel Corp. (July 2009 - December 2009)

  • · Optical USB – Photonics Technology Lab of Intel Labs
  • · Built C# GUI/Labview/Matlab control for next generation (circa 2013) High-speed Optical Link
  • · Performed Electrical, Optical, RF, and Systemic Setup, Testing, and Measurement
  • · Uncovered and found solutions to several major issues including: TX board connector reversal, Optical Die Leakage, Power Sequencing, and Feedback Loop Control Circuitry

Resident Computer Consultant, Stanford (August 2008 - June 2009)

  • · Provided Systems Administration for Lyman – Stanford Graduate Housing Residence
  • · Educated and consulted 200+ Stanford students on technical and computer-related issues

Design Engineer, Intel Corp. (Jan 2008 - August 2008)

  • · Intel Digital Home Group (DHG) Board Design
  • · Owned and developed design for Internet TV set-top box with newest consumer audio and video next generation high-definition media
  • · Design included a Sodaville chipset (derivative of the Atom processor), Blu-Ray, both DDR2/DDR3, SATA, USB, 1394, SPDIF, Component Video, HD 1080i video, DTD Tuner, NAND and NOR Flash, PIC Microcontroller, Ethernet, offchip clocking, as well as necessary test/probe connections such as Tektronix probes, LAI, DDR, and Intel XDP

Course Assistant, Stanford (Sept 2007 - Dec 2007)

  • · EE402A: “Topics in International Technology Management
  • · Course invites international entrepreneurs, engineers, and other business professionals in technology to discuss their insights and expertise in India, China, and Japan

Electrical Engineering Intern, Sandia National Labs (June 2007 - September 2007)

  • · Sandia National Laboratories
  • · Prototyped Bayesian Security System using webcams and wireless transceivers.
  • · Designed and fabricated PCBs using Cadsoft Eagle to serve as universal boards for various sensor inputs such as PIRs (motion sensors) and magnetic latches; boards included dual power supplies, wired and wireless connectivity, and support for RS-232
  • · Wrote Image processing program in C++ that utilized OpenCV and webcams to process live video feeds; extracted movement information, face-recognition, and object tracking
  • · Wrote C# GUI front end to connect cameras and communicate to a central server

Researcher, Stanford (May 2006 - August 2006)

  • · Research Experience for Undergraduates
  • · Worked in Professor Subhasish Mitra’s Group of the EE Department Stanford University; Characterized and assessed the feasibility of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) to be used as transistors
  • · Wrote Matlab Code that processed Scanning Electron Microscope images; Contributed to the scientific body of knowledge delving into future technologies with CNT devices

Team Lead/Math Teacher, F4Ed (Sept 2005 - Jan 2007)

  • · Foundations for Education
  • · Team Lead for groups of Student Teachers at local elementary schools in Palo Alto, CA; Taught weekly two-hour math sessions
  • · Managed and Coordinated over 50 sessions each with 20+ students and 6-8 teachers

Stanford Convocation Co-Chair (Jan 2006 - October 2006)

  • · Managed and coordinated efforts for the 10th Annual Stanford Convocation
  • · Keynote speaker was Mike Murry, co-founder of Unitus, an organization which provides small loans (micro-credits) to entrepreneurs in developing countries; 200+ in Attendance

Retail Sales Communications (July 2005 - Sept 2005)

  • · Fielded customer questions and technical concerns of any and all electronic devices as a floor sales representative at CompUSA Orem; Specific knowledge included Cameras, Printers, PDAs, DVD Players, MP3 Players, and small electronic devices

Office Manager (Oct 2003 - Feb 2004)

  • · Managed office computer systems for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Czech Republic and Slovakia
  • · Regulated databases and information systems including a Family History Search System, Church Member information, and Church media feedback inquiries

Volunteer Teacher (Sept 2003 - July 2004)

  • · Taught English as a second language at local Czech High Schools
  • · Spent over 200 hours teaching English as a second language to private students

LDS Missionary (June 2002 - June 2004)

  • · Served full-time Ecclesiastical Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
    Saints in the Czech Republic


  • · A 4×12.5 Gbps CWDM Si Photonics Link using Integrated Hybrid Silicon Lasers, Brian R. Koch, Andrew Alduino, Ling Liao, Richard Jones, Michael Morse, Brian Kim, Wei-Zen Lo, Juthika Basak, Hai-Feng Liu, Haisheng Rong, Matthew Sysak, Christine Krause, Rushdy Saba, Dror Lazar, Lior Horwitz, Roi Bar, Stas Litski, Ansheng Liu, Kevin Sullivan, Olufemi Dosunmu, Neil Na, Tao Yin, Frederick Haubensack, I-wei Hsieh, John Heck, Robert Beatty, Jock Bovington, and Mario J. Paniccia, CLEO: Science and Innovations (CLEO: S and I), Silicon Optical Links (CThP), May 1, (2011)
  • · Demonstration of a High Speed 4-Channel Integrated Silicon Photonics WDM Link with Hybrid Silicon Lasers, Andrew Alduino, Ling Liao, Richard Jones, Michael Morse, Brian Kim, Wei-Zen Lo, Juthika Basak, Brian Koch, Hai-Feng Liu, Haisheng Rong, Matthew Sysak, Christine Krause, Rushdy Saba, Dror Lazar, Lior Horwitz, Roi Bar, Stas Litski, Ansheng Liu, Kevin Sullivan, Olufemi Dosunmu, Neil Na, Tao Yin, Frederick Haubensack, I-wei Hsieh, John Heck, Robert Beatty, Hyundai Park, Jock Bovington, Simon Lee, Hat Nguyen, Hinmeng Au, Katie Nguyen, Priya Merani, Mahtab Hakami, and Mario Paniccia , Integrated Photonics Research, Silicon and Nanophotonics (IPRSN), Postdeadline Session, July 25, (2010)


  • · 50Gbps Silicon Photonics Link Live Demonstration, Optical Society of America Conference,
    Monterey, CA, July 2010.
  • · Silicon Photonics Live Demonstration and Press Booth within Intel Labs’ Showcase Floor, Intel
    Developer Forum, Moscone Center, San Francisco September 2010.
  • · “Silicon Photonics and Optical Memory” Poster Presentation and Q&A Session, Intel Interconnect
    Technology Conference (IITC), November 2010.
  • · Silicon Photonics Research@Intel, Q&A and Press Session, Computer History Museum, June 2011.
  • ·”Characterization and Feasibility of Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) As Transistors” Poster Session, Research
    Experience for Undergraduates, Stanford, August 2006.

Honors and Activities

  • · Training for Half-marathon (current)
  • · Linux Server Hosting (current)
  • ·,,,
  • · Hosting and developing webpages with html/css/mysql/php (current)
  • · iPhone Apps awarded ‘New and Notable’ by Apple (2010)
  • · SPIE California Chapter (2011)
  • · Intel Developer Forum – Silicon Photonics (2010)
  • · Optical Society of America – 50Gbps Optical Link (2010)
  • · Rotation Engineers Program, Intel Corp. (2009)
  • · Student Member IEEE (2007)
  • · Stanford Research Experience for Undergraduates (2006)
  • · Stanford LDSSA Committee Member, Latter-day Saint Student Association (2006)
  • · BYU Full Academic Scholarship (2005)
  • · International Baccalaureate Certificate Recipient (2001)
  • · National Honor Society Inductee (2001)
  • · Eagle Scout Award from Boy Scouts of America (2000)



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