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Michael Lubak Phones & Addresses

  • Raleigh, NC
  • 16770 Cabernet Cir, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
  • 4737 Cliff Dr, Erie, PA 16511 (814) 875-6562 (814) 899-4723
  • San Jose, CA
  • Danbury, CT
  • Santa Clara, CA
  • 9020 Chelsea Dr, Raleigh, NC 27603 (919) 896-8031

Work

Company: Ge transportation Apr 2008 to Sep 2013 Position: Oracle coe leader and cio - finance

Education

Degree: M.B.A. degree School / High School: Penn State 1999 Specialities: Business Administration

Industries

Railroad Manufacture

Resumes

Resumes

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Oracle Coe Leader And Cio - Finance At Ge

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Position:
Oracle COE Leader and CIO - Finance at GE Transportation
Location:
Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina Area
Industry:
Railroad Manufacture
Work:
GE Transportation since Apr 2008
Oracle COE Leader and CIO - Finance

Cisco Systems Mar 2005 - Mar 2008
Director HR Process

GE Transportation Mar 1989 - Mar 2005
Various
Education:
Penn State 1999
M.B.A. degree, Business Administration
Gannon University 1994
B.S, Industrial Management Engineering
Mercyhurst College 1994
B.A, Management Information Systems
Mercyhurst College 1989
B.A, Accounting

Publications

Us Patents

Method And System For Graphically Identifying Replacement Parts For Generally Complex Equipment

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US Patent:
2002000, Jan 17, 2002
Filed:
Apr 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/839295
Inventors:
James Costello - Erie PA,
Clifford Smathers - Maxwell NE,
Christine Wilson - Titusville PA,
Ashish Puri - Erie PA,
Brian Barker - Erie PA,
Raymond Stempka - Erie PA,
Kathleen Vash - Erie PA,
Jeffrey Smith - Erie PA,
Michael Lubak - Erie PA,
International Classification:
G06F019/00
US Classification:
700/099000, 700/106000, 707/102000
Abstract:
Computerized method and system for graphically identifying replacement parts for selected equipment and a selected system thereof is provided. The method allows to provide a database comprising detailed parts data about the replacement parts for each assembly of the selected equipment, with the detailed data identifying each part in a selected assembly by providing a series of linked schematic representations of the selected assembly and any subassemblies thereof and respective parts. The method further allows to provide a respective identifier for uniquely identifying the selected equipment. An input/output device for communicating with the database is provided. The method allows to access the database to interface with the detailed parts data, and retrieve from the database detailed data about the selected equipment using the respective identifier for the equipment, wherein service personnel graphically progresses from the selected assembly to any relevant subassembly and replacement parts by following any appropriate links.

Locomotive Wreck Repair

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US Patent:
2002003, Mar 21, 2002
Filed:
Apr 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/838787
Inventors:
Brian Badger - Erie PA,
Raymond Stempka - Erie PA,
Jeffery Smith - Erie PA,
Michael Lubak - Erie PA,
Kathleen Vash - Erie PA,
International Classification:
G05D001/00
US Classification:
701/019000, 105/026050
Abstract:
A system () and method for expediting the repair of a locomotive () having sustained damage () as a result of a collision. A library of as-built parts information () is manipulated to define a plurality of repair kits () each containing all of the parts necessary to repair the damage expected from a predefined collision event. A particular repair kit may be selected by a user in response to an actual collision to obtain a listing of the parts (), a cost estimate () and a delivery forecast (). All of the necessary parts may then be ordered as a unit and delivered to a repair location () in a single shipment, thereby minimizing the chance of missing or misplaced parts. The system may be accessed via an information network, and the selection of specific repair kit may be facilitated by the use of a graphical user interface to point-and-click on the damaged regions of the locomotive.
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