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Resume of

John Vermes

4640 NW 100th Way

Coral Springs, Florida 33076




Objectives: 1. Work in a University environment in Information


    1. Finish Masters Degree and obtain PHD.
    2. Teach and research at the University level


Education: Columbia University – Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

New York Institute of Technology – 50% complete toward Masters Degree, Finance

Technical Experience: (Most recent first)

Current - National Commercial Maintenance Company (consulting)

Objective - Organize Accounting Process and create fully automated accounting system. Tools: SQL, Visual Basic, Excel (integrated)


Powertrade© – Developed a revolutionary integrated real-time, online trading system using Visual Basic, Excel, with Dynamic Data Exchange. Contains over 100,000 lines of code. Published on the Internet; Website: Source code available upon request.


Point of Sale System - consulting for Swensen’s Restaurant. Multi-station, networked system, including cash register, drawer, tab stations, kitchen order station, and manager’s accounting, inventory management, cash-flow, etc. (Basic)


Installed large-scale scientific computers (NP1) in various Universities and US Government Labs including Los Alamos and JPL. NP1 series was manufactured by Gould electronics in Fort Lauderdale. Built custom interface in proprietary and machine language to Cray S1 supercomputer.





Resume of

John Vermes

Technical Experience: (continued)

IBM (NY) Designed and built various custom applications for clients. Applications included relational databases (database design and implementation), custom spread sheets from scratch using Basic, Fortran IV and Assembler language.

IBM – (Greenwich, CT and Tarrytown, NY) Taught internal training for time-sharing application development on IBM mainframes. Classes included JCL, Fortran, Cobol and relational database design.

Ebasco Services, Inc. (NY) – Developed a custom preprocessor for NASTRAN (Industry standard for Structural Analysis). Written in Fortran, Assembler and JCL.

New York University Medical Center – Graduate research project for Dr. Meyer Texon, chief of Pathology. Developed Fluid Mechanics simulation and modeling program for flow of blood in human arteries to predict arterial sclerosis from natural causes. Used IBM mainframe computers at New York University with Cobol, Fortran, JCL and Assembler.