Chuck Reisdorf, EE, PE
Chuck Reisdorf is a University of Wisconsin, Electrical and Computing Engineering graduate, accomplished in hardware design, cross-functional team leadership, and mentoring. He is confident in navigating lightly defined projects to successful completion. Chuck's peers would describe him as an extremely approachable, key go-to person, possessing solid communication and writing skills. Chuck is known for placing a high value on customer relationships and collaboration.
In his 30 year tenure with Plexus Corporation, out of Neenah, Wisconsin and Boulder, Colorado, Chuck was involved in the entire product development process, from concept definition to volume production. His industry experience includes medical, industrial, commercial, defense, and aerospace.
Chuck has strong and extensive analog hardware design experience, as well as a variety of design experience with microcontrollers, digital circuitry, and embedded software. His analog circuit design experience includes switch mode power supplies (SMPS), amplifiers, filters, feedback control, power drivers, motor control, A/D and D/A signal conversion, protection circuits, EMC compliance, transimpedance amplifiers, as well as circuit interfaces to temperature, position, and pressure sensors.
Chuck also has "complete process" test design experience, encompassing project estimating and planning, system architecture, concise requirements generation, manufacturing-sensitive test software design, and integration.
Chuck currently lives in Westminster, Colorado with his wife and 3 children. He loves the outdoors; hiking, skiing and watching his kids sports when he gets the chance. He also enjoys tinkering on the computer doing video productions and such, and toying with gadgets on the bench.
University of Wisconsin - Madison, B.S. Electrical and Computing Engineering