I am an engineer with a Master's degree in System, Control and Mechatronic, who has a burning passion for reliable and innovative technologies. My goal is to explore and further develop the knowledge that I have achieved throughout my entire life. I love to work with inspiring people, where I can make difference by developing future innovative products. In order to maintain my passion and be able to develop innovative technologies, I continuously expand my knowledge by studying, working and by exploring new areas by developing products.
Welcome to my personal website. Here you can find information regarding my schools, works as well as the projects that I have completed. If you have any ideas or suggestions which can help me develop my knowledge further, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Birthdate : 1990-03-10
Skype : errkan_1
Website : www.ebjerke.com
Email : email@example.com
In Chalmers I obtained my knowledge in control theory including PID, Kalman filter and Linear Quadratic Gaussian Control, LQGR. In other courses I also gained further knowledge within embedded systems. During my Masters thesis I developed a nonlinear mechatronic cube which was able to jump up from the surface to one of its edges and balance. Further information about this project, please check my portfolio.
I began my first master year as an exchange student in Hong Kong. I studied courses such as image processing, android application, computer graphics, and embedded systems. These studies have equipped me with good knowledge in C, C++, Java, Linux, MATLAB and HTML.
I am knowledgeable in construction, programming (Assembly, C, Java), robot programming, PLC, CATIA v5 and some electronic knowledge.
Profiled as a system engineer, where I was in charge of the telecommunication and repairing the equipment if something went wrong.
Assembled and packaged special bearings.
Assembled and packaged special bearings.
Added fuel and made final check before they started the truck.
Assembled parts to the wheel axle of the trucks.
I have been working with software development for an embedded platform in an electronic control unit, used for engine and gearbox control. The work has comprised design & development of board support package, I/O drivers and hardware software interface layer. It has also meant understanding of PCB schematics and digital- and analog electronics. The majority of the development have been done in real-time embedded C, assembler but I have also been involved in the development environment itself, such as make, python-script e t c.
The assignment main focus was to maintain and further develop Ericssons continuous integration system. The main focus where;
• Improvements to the software building system, Kp5, which was a wrapper to Make.
• Further improved Jenkins Jobs, in order to maximize workload and space on 40 different virtual machines. Where build, test and automatic deliveries were executed on.
• Improved FYC, follow your commit, which was an Ericsson developed tool where each user could follow their code change from push to end delivery.
• Enhanced the visualization dashboards that showed the performance of the system, with help of Tableau and Insight.
An assignment at NGCC, Next Generation Climate Controll, section of Volvo Cars Corporation. Developing and testing the software and hardware that controls the climate in all cars developed by Volvo Cars.
I worked agile in a team where my main tasks were to handle, enhance and further develop automated test script for integration tests in a HIL rig, Hardware in the Loop. In order to keep the quality and development of the tests on a highly functional and effective level, test strategy documentation were written, reviewed and updated regularly.
From the middle of November, I started to assign tests related tasks to other group members and I started to work more as a Functional Developer. My duties were to update models in Matlab/Simulink according to given requirements and also write reviews on incoming requirement as well as updated models. Each model developed was unit tested in MxVDev.
Address: Gothenburg, Sweden