I have a B.S. in Cybernetics (Computer Systems concentration) from UCLA (University of California – Los Angeles).
My work experience includes: Software development, electromechanical systems, molecular biology, medical diagnostics, mixed signal hardware design, electro-optics, image processing, embedded systems architecture, augmented reality, mold design and mold-making, 3D printing, resin casting, graphics editing & design, Linux, IT infrastructure, mechanical engineering & design, technical writing, experiment design, and regulatory compliance.
From my personal projects I have experience in automotive engine management, repair & diagnostics, suspension dampers, fasteners, woodworking, radio control, computer networking and more.
My broad educational background includes computational and systems biology (the application of numerical methods to the study of biological processes), statistics, data mining, algorithm design, molecular and cell biology, organic chemistry, computer science, and software engineering.
My hobbies include motorsports, freediving and spearfishing, photography, woodworking, hiking, camping, off-road travel and exploration, archery, music and recording… just to name a few.
steven (at/@) steventsnyder.com
May L. Chiu, Walson Lawi, Steven T. Snyder, Pak Kin Wong,Joseph C. Liao, and Vincent Gau. Matrix Effects—A Challenge toward Automation of Molecular Analysis Journal of the Association for Laboratory Automation 2010 15:233-242;doi:10.1016/j.jala.2010.02.001 >> Full Text (PDF)
Walson Lawi, Chris Wiita, Steven T. Snyder, Fang Wei, David Wong, Pak Kin Wong, Joseph C. Liao, David Haake, and Vincent Gau. A Microfluidic Cartridge System for Multiplexed Clinical Analysis Journal of the Association for Laboratory Automation 2009 14(6): 407-412;doi:10.1016/j.jala.2009.05.002 >> Full Text (PDF)