Lauren Aneskavich's expertise is in programming in C, C++, Python, Matlab, LTspice, PSpice, LabView


TelePro Experience

Lauren's work has included:

  • Developing communication drivers and analysis routines for devices such as:
    • X-ray fluorescence elemental analyzers
    • Industrial barcode markers & scanners
    • Vision systems for surface inspection of aluminum coils
  • Implementing a modernized human-machine interface for an aluminum hot rolling mill
  • Carrying out upgrades and modifications to the user interface for Telepro's TSENTRY Windows Real-Time Control System Platform

Prior Experience

Lauren's previous expreience was as an Embedded Software Engineer

  • Developed embedded software for safety-critical industrial automation components
  • Collaborated with a development team to create the embedded software design model for the safety subsystem

Graduate Teaching Assistant at University of Wisconsin - Madison

Graduate Teaching Assistant at University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana


M.S. & B.S./Electrical Engineering/University of Wisconsin-Madison