Jeremy Ramos – Phiquest

Describe your relevant work history, awards, and accomplishments.

Jeremy grew up in Tampa and is a U.S. Army veteran and earned the US ARMY Achievement Medal-Oak Leaf. He earned a computer science and engineer degree at USF. He served at Honeywell Aerospace in Clearwater for 16 years and has co-founded various local startup companies.

Jeremy was been recognized by his peers and leaders with the Honeywell Technology Achievement Award. He was also recognized for his technical achievements and mentoring by the University of South Florida with the USF Outstanding Young Engineering Alumnus award, and is a member of the USF E-Society. He currently serves as president of Phiquest – a local R&D and innovation practice.

What do you love about the Tampa Bay area?

Tampa Bay’s natural resources, the local technology community, and its diversity.

What are some of your favorite things to do around town when you aren’t working?

When he isn’t working, you’ll find Jeremy sailing with his family in Tampa Bay and producing digital art.

How do you give your time back to the community?

Jeremy has been a mentor to USF Senior Engineering Project teams since 2004. He dedicates his time to developing young engineers into highly skilled contributors that are well prepared to join the workplace.

Tell us about the tech project that you are most proud of.

Jeremy was the technical director for the NASA JPL Environmentally Adaptive Fault Tolerant Computing project responsible for the development of high-performance computers for use in onboard spacecrafts. He has 10+ US patents awarded or in review.
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