My name is Andrew Krill, I am a 21 year-old Computer Engineering Student at University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Being mostly self-taught, I started programming in middle-school, and taught myself about electronics in high-school. I can program fluently in Java, C, Embedded C, C++, Unity/C#, Python, and Matlab. I have used and programmed many different PLC brands, including Allen Bradley and Schneider Electric. I also frequently use microcontrollers, such as the Atmel AVR series, PIC, and the ARM Cortex-M series. I have experience using altera’s Cyclone series SoC’s, programming VHDL, and have used programs such as Altera Quartus Prime and Model Sim. My main areas of interest are: general electronics, programming, circuit design, embedded electronics and FPGA programming.

I spend my free time inventing and making at the Milwaukee Makerspace, where I have been a member for 3 years now. At MMS I have learned many practical skills, such as CNC machining, woodworking, 3D printing, and metalworking.

I am currently an associate electronics engineer at an interactive studio called No Small Magic LLC. We design exhibits and experiences for museums, trade shows, and more! At NSM, I am in charge of circuit design, PCB design, microcontroller programming, and some software development.

If you haven’t already, I suggest you check out my blog! It’s about various topics, including tech, electronics, and many of my personal projects!