Per Wessel Nore
Product Development Engineer at ChemiSense, Inc.
About me
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“Through my studies I have acquired knowledge in technology, and considerable skills within software and hardware. I have experience from hi-tech startups and leadership positions. I am passionate about developing new solutions and new technologies, and have always had an eye for innovative improvement. I believe that my experiences, skills and thirst for knowledge will make me a great and unique asset to any team.“
Work
ChemiSense, Inc.
Product Development Engineer
2015 - Current
Developer and Researcher within: - Software and firmware on an embedded system on chip with an Atmel AVR microcontroller. - Data analysis with real-time classification and machine learning.
MWM Consult
Co-founder and Consulter
2011 - Current
Selling cheap, IT - and operation services, done by IT students. - www.seilisyden.no, operation and development of the website.
Education
University of Oslo
M.Sc. Robotics and Intelligent Systems,
2014 - 2016
Specialization in algorithms and artificial intelligence. Thesis: Real-time patternrecognition for pollution detection on-chip in electronic nose in collaboration with NILU and ChemiSense inc.
University of California Berkeley
Entrepreneurial Studies,
2015 - 2015
A graduate level program through the Norwegian school of entrepreneurship
University of Oslo
B.Sc. Informatics: Nano Electronics and Robotics,
2011 - 2014
Specialization in robotics and intelligent systems. Focus on programmable hardware and algorithms
Wang Toppidrett
,
2010 - 2010
Nesbru Videregående Skole
,
2009 - 2009
Landøya ungdomsskole
,
2007 - 2007
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    Age

    25

    Location

    Oslo, Norway

    Roles

    Engineering

    Tags

    Data Analysis
    Classification
    Machine Learning
    NLP
    AI
    Pattern Recognition
    Big Data
    Atmel AVR
    micro-controllers
    java
    python
    lisp
    c
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