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William Helgeson Phones & Addresses

  • Little Canada, MN
  • River Falls, WI
  • Rothschild, WI
  • Wausau, WI

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Resumes

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Application Developer

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Location:
Saint Paul, MN
Industry:
Information Technology And Services
Work:
Infinite Campus
Application Developer

Warner Connect Jan 2011 - Apr 2014
Systems and Network Engineer

University of Wisconsin-River Falls Oct 2009 - Dec 2011
Data Analyst
Education:
University of Wisconsin - River Falls 2005 - 2009
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
Skills:
Windows Server
Active Directory
Virtualization
Troubleshooting
Linux
Windows 7
Microsoft Exchange
Java
Sql
Css
Microsoft Sql Server
Network Administration
Citrix
Cisco Technologies
Php
Microsoft Dynamics
Sharepoint
Servers
Os X
Microsoft Servers
Cisco Ios
Bash
Html
Javascript
Programming
Vmware
Dns
Software Documentation
Saas
Xml
Unix
Integration
Subversion
Windows
Software Development
Cloud Computing
Iis
Dhcp
Disaster Recovery
Networking
Security
Technical Support
Computer Hardware
Hardware
It Management
Apache
Windows Xp
Cisco Call Manager
Vmware Infrastructure
Vpn
Certifications:
Microsoft Certified Professional
Microsoft Dynamics® Crm 2011 Customization and Configuration
Microsoft Dynamics® Crm 2011 Installation and Deployment
Microsoft Dynamics® Crm 2011 Applications
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License 416303553791Hkxk
Comptia A+
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William Helgeson

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Location:
Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area
Industry:
Internet

Business Records

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Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Mr. William Helgeson
Owner
Rolling Oak
Real Estate. Mortgage Brokers. Real Estate Loans
450 W. Galena Blvd., #450A, Aurora, IL 60506-3950
(630) 566-9181, (630) 551-4631

Publications

Us Patents

Method For Making An Electrochemical Cell

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US Patent:
54551234, Oct 3, 1995
Filed:
Feb 14, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/195957
Inventors:
William D. Helgeson - Minneapolis MN
Craig L. Schmidt - Eagan MN
Bernard F. Heller - Fridley MN
Daniel D. Michels - Brooklyn Center MN
Assignee:
Medtronic, Inc. - Minneapolis MN
International Classification:
H01M 1044
US Classification:
429 52
Abstract:
A method for making a primary cell comprising a lithium anode and an iodine containing cathode. The cell is first subjected to a preliminary conditioning at a predetermined time/temperature to effect a reduction in the impedance of the cell followed by cell discharge of at least 2 mAh per cm. sup. 2 of the lithium anode surface prior to use or extended storage of the cell. The resulting primary cell has reduced variation in cell voltage and resistance and slower and more consistent self-discharge characteristics.

Lithium-Iodine Electrochemical Cells With Improved End Of Life Characteristics

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US Patent:
52099946, May 11, 1993
Filed:
Dec 13, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/628292
Inventors:
David L. Blattenberger - Coon Rapids MN
William D. Helgeson - Minneapolis MN
John C. Strohkirch - Coon Rapids MN
Bernard Heller - Fridley MN
Assignee:
Medtronic, Inc. - Minneapolis MN
International Classification:
H01M 460
H01M 618
H01M 436
US Classification:
429213
Abstract:
In lithium iodine electrochemical cells, control of polyvinylpyridine film thickness and/or polyvinylpyridine film surface area coverage and/or control of the quantity thereof on or with respect to the lithium anode operative surface directly affects cell voltage characteristics during discharge, allowing the tailoring of the voltage characteristics near cell end-of-life (EOL) in a useful way.

Method For Lithium Anode And Electrochemical Cell Fabrication

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US Patent:
43983464, Aug 16, 1983
Filed:
Oct 23, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/314210
Inventors:
Lloyd J. Underhill - Brooklyn Park MN
William D. Helgeson - Minneapolis MN
Assignee:
Medtronic, Inc. - Minneapolis MN
International Classification:
H01M 614
H01M 404
US Classification:
296235
Abstract:
Method of preparing lithium anodes contacted with organic materials prior to association of the anode with a cathode material wherein the contacted anode is first subjected to a heat treatment. Upon incorporation of the improved anode into an electrochemical battery or cell and association of the heat treated anode with a suitable cathode material, the cell may be discharged under controlled conditions for a short time prior to its usual "burn-in" discharge.
William D Helgeson from Little Canada, MN, age ~39 Get Report