Gail E. Lewis
5017 NW 23rd Drive
Gainesville, Florida 32605
Phone: (352) 372-3952

Education: M.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering (1994)
Specialty Area in Operations Research. 4.0 / 4.0 GPA
University of Florida

B.S. in Applied Mathematics (1992)
Magna cum Laude, with completion of Honors Program. 3.90 / 4.0 GPA
Florida State University

Qualifications: Programming Languages: C, C++, Visual C++, IBM 390 Assembler, FORTRAN, Pascal, BASIC, Assembly, SIMAN, and knowledge of Java and Javascript.
Assembler programming using CICS. Knowledge of JCL.
User-level familiarity with MVS/TSO, ISPF/PDF, OS/2, MS Windows 95/NT, and UNIX environments.
Assembly language programming using chip simulation software and 8051 microcontroller testing board.

Experienced in theory and applications relating to:
Optimization techniques, including linear, nonlinear, and dynamic programming.
Simulation for the study of models with random components.

Employment: Coordinator, Computer Applications (January 1999 - present)
Florida Center for Library Automation

Senior Computer Programmer-Analyst (January 1998 - January 1999)
Florida Center for Library Automation
Assembler: Continued work on a server-side interface to LUIS, the state library information system, to enable client development.
C/C++: modified CGI interface to add patron-has capability to LUIS.
Visual C++: developed Catalyst, a Windows client, to provide a new interface to LUIS for library technical staff. Features include improved MARC record editing capability with diacritic display and a new record navigation structure.

Computer Programmer-Analyst (August 1996 - January 1998)
Florida Center for Library Automation
Assembler: coded enhancements and added new features to LUIS. Tasks covered data conversion, indexing, searching, filtering algorithms, and user interface modifications.
C/C++: created CGI interface to test web front-end to LUIS.

Graduate Assistant (January 1995 - August 1996)
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, University of Florida
General support for the Industrial Research Laboratory.
Conducted research in the area of agile manufacturing, introducing robustness, flexibility, and responsive control to traditional systems.

Tutor (May 1993 - December 1993)
Office of Instructional Resources Teaching Center, University of Florida
Provided instruction in the areas of calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, and physics.

Distinctions: Florida Undergraduate Scholars Fund scholarship recipient (1988 - 1992).
Dean's List, all semesters, at Florida State University.
Phi Beta Kappa award (1991) for superior academic achievement at Florida State University.
College of Engineering Graduate Fellowship recipient ( 1994 ) at University of Florida.

Organizations: Phi Beta Kappa (Honor Society)
Golden Key (Honor Society)
Phi Eta Sigma (Honor Society)
Florida State Cave Club, treasurer (1991 - 1992)
Florida State Sports Club Council (1991 - 1992)

Publications: Analytical Methods for Agent-Based Materials Handling Systems, by Gail Norton, Sencer Yeralan, and Baris Tan, 1994 Florida Conference on Recent Advances in Robotics.