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Machining and Technical Services

Joshua Hilley

Electronics Shop | MTS

Joshua Hilley

JOSHUA HILLEY is a Systems Programmer II in the Machining and Technical Services' Electronics Shop. He regularly consults with faculty, students, and staff to help them develop and maintain software to accomplish their goals.

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

B.S. Computer Engineering, M.S. Computer Science
Clemson University

PROJECTS

LIGNIN PROJECT: Assisted the Lignin project in troubleshooting and updating their Labview control software. Altered existing software to allow for extra functionality and helped add additional controls and instruments to the control system - Dr. Mark Thies, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

SPOT PROJECT UI: Designed and programmed the touch-screen user interface for the SPOT project, a dog chew toy tester. Modeled the brace to hold the Arduino and touch screen in an enclosure. – David White, Materials Science and Engineering

METHANE MEASUREMENT AUTOMATION: Updated methane measurement project to include automation controls in the Labview software. - Dr. Matias Aguerre, Animal and Veterinary Sciences

FORGE TOUCH-SCREEN INTERFACE: Designed and programmed the touch-screen interface to control an automated forge created for specialty use – David White, Materials Science and Engineering

SOFTWARE TROUBLESHOOTING: Troubleshooting various Labview programs on campus and assisted in getting those projects back up and running properly - Clemson University

Connect

Freeman Hall exteriorSystem Programmer II
Machining and Technical Services
Electronics Shop

Phone: 864-656-3485
Email: jhilley@clemson.edu

SKILLS

  • Arduino controller systems development
  • Labview development and troubleshooting experience
  • Skilled in C, C++, and Labview programming with experience in Java, Python, and Visual Basic
  • Lengthy experience in troubleshooting IT and software issues
  • Assists faculty and graduate students in developing the requirements and software for varied projects.
  • Basic part drawing skills in Solidworks

Services

The services are available to internal and external clients, including researchers, students, entrepreneurs, and industry partners. We work closely with clients to understand their specific needs and requirements and provide customized solutions to meet the customer's budget and time frame.

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  • Machine Shop
  • Fabrication Shop
  • Rapid Prototyping
  • Electronics Shop
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