Ted Shaneyfelt, Ph.D.
1 808 932 - 7726 ted . shaneyfelt @ at hawaii . edu
Box 78, Papaikou, HI 96781-0078
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, UTSA
The University of Texas at San Antonio
M.S.E.E. in Computer Engineering, UCSD
University of California, San Diego
B.S. in Computer Science, U.H. Hilo
University of Hawaii at Hilo
2013 Jan - present
Lecturer, Instructor U.H. Hilo
2014 Mar
Visiting Professor, SCUT (华南理工大学)
South China University of Technology at Guangzhou Higher Education Mega Center (广州大学城)
2010 Aug - 2011 Jan
Foreign Expert Teacher, SCUT (华南理工大学)
South China University of Technology at Guangzhou Higher Education Mega Center (广州大学城)
2007 Sep - 2010 May
Lecturer and Research Assistant, UTSA
The University of Texas at San Antonio
2000 Jan - 2007 Jul
Instructor, U.H. Hilo
1998 Nov - 1999 Nov
Senior Developer, POH
Profitability of Hawaii, Inc.
1995 Aug - 1998 Oct
Senior Software Engineer, MCSI
Broadband Innovations
1995 Jul - 1995 Aug
Senior Engineer, Sony Electronics Inc.
Sony Wireless Telecommunications Company
1988 Jul - 1995 Jul
Member of Technical Staff, Hughes Network Systems
Subsidiary of Hughes Aircraft, Subsidiary of General Motors
1987 Mar - 1988 May
Software Engineer, ASI
Proprietor, SumWare Software
1986 May - 1986 Aug
Programmer, C.E. Pear
Charles E. Pear, Attorney at Law
1985 Jan - 1986 Dec
Database Programmer/Analyst, ABCO Rainier
1983 Aug - 1986 Dec
University Positions, UH Hilo
Community Service
2016 - Present
Waikoloa Hilton Village, Kona, Hawaii
Serving as IEEE System of Systems Engineering 2017 Conference Program Committe Chair
2013 - Present
Serving as IEEE Membership Development Chair for Island of Hawaii
2002 - Present
Waikoloa Hilton Village, Kona, Hawaii
Served as Local Arrangements Chair for 2014 World Automation Congress:
Makena Beach, Maui, Hawaii
Served as Local Arrangements Chair on IEEE Conference on System of Systems
Laupahoehoe, Hawaii
Served in Hawaii primary caucus as lead election volunteer for all precincts except 1 in House District 1.
San Antonio, Texas
Judged for Harmony Science Academy Science and Engineering Fair.
San Antonio, Texas
Hosted 2007 University of Texas at San Antonio Business, Science, and Engineering Student Conference as Conference General Chair.
2006 - 2007
Keaau, Hawaii
Organized and mentored Christian Liberty Academy's robotic team, applied for grants, organized fund raising, coordinated community involvement. Team won Hawaii regional Alliance Matches along with Kapaa.
Hilo, Hawaii
Helped mentor Waiakea High School robotics students, who won 1st place overall statewide and in all three BotBall robotics competition components: documentation, solo performance, and double-elimination.
2003 - 2005
East Hawaii
Organized and mentored a group of high school students (private-, public-, and home-school students) to compete in the state BotBall autonomous robotics contest. Students learned the C programming language, built robots themselves, and played a game involving competing against other robots to move and stack cups and place balls into goals without any remote control. The team won various certificates and a trophy at the competition at the Convention Center in Honolulu, and was awarded three U.S. congressional recognition awards. The team also participated in AstroDay.
Hilo, Hawaii
Involved in website planning and consulting for Lyman House Museum.
Performed computer translation of Chinese and English documents and provided legal searches to assist mainly Chinese speaking individuals needing help with English and web technology.
c. 2001-2003
Hilo, Hawaii
Provided computerized presentation support for use with music at interdenominational meetings held in Hilo, including a world indigenous Christian gathering, Generation 24-7 celebration gatherings, several interdenominational gatherings held in the Civic Auditorium organized by Gatekeepers, and similar events.
Sydney, Australia
Provided advice, PC technical assistance, web searching, and other aid without charge to Ginger Development, Pty., Ltd.
Papaikou, Hawaii
Provided support for computer and internet access, Japanese Windows, and software running on it to a long-term exchange student at my home
Sydney, Australia
Provided free advice, volunteered informal computer assistance, including training, searching government record, etc. for Ginger Development, Pty., Ltd.
c. 1990-1998
Scripps Ranch, California
Provided regular computer related services for Community Bible Church - This included weekly organization of presentations using a system of four computer controlled slide projectors. Lyrics and background film-slides were coordinated with music, and special effects (such as computer-generated film-slide of a rainbow appearing over a meadow, lightning flashing, etc) were incorporated into drama activities. My services also included diagnosing for failed hardware down to the chip level.
c. 1988
Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong
Provided free informal technical assistance on site to Ginger Metal Manufactory; My efforts included reinstallation of hardware drivers with Chinese Windows.
c. 1987
San Diego, California
Released copyrighted T-Key terminate-and-stay-resident software that I had developed into the public domain. This program allowed easy drawing in arbitrary text-base DOS programs.
c. 1986
Volunteered as the Hilo telecommunications facilitator for John Southworth of the Curriculum Research & Development Group, which was on a neighbor island.
Human Languages
Computer Languages
Plaques & Congressional Awards