About Us

CenterSpace Software was founded in December, 2002. Our mission is to develop enterprise class numerical component libraries for the .NET platform. Our team has extensive experience developing high-performance, analytic software tools.

Trevor Misfeldt, CEO
misfeldt@centerspace.net
Trevor has held demanding development positions for a variety of firms using C++, Java, .NET, and other technologies, including Rogue Wave Software, CleverSet, and ProWorks. He is coauthor of The Elements of Java Style , The Elements of C++ Style, and The Elements of C# Style, published by Cambridge University Press. He has also served on a course advisory board of the University of Washington. His teams have won the JavaWorld "GUI Product of the Year" and XML Magazine "Product of the Year" awards. Trevor holds a BSc in Computer Science from the University of British Columbia and a BA in Economics from the University of Western Ontario.

Paul Shirkey, CTO
shirkey@centerspace.net
Paul Shirkey has contributed to a wide variety of creative technical projects as a team member or project manager in his career. Paul has developed control systems for a silicon wafer planarization tool for Intel Fabs, built unique error detection systems for large spreadsheets, and designed & built the worlds first air-hockey playing robot while at the University of Illinois. Recently, he was part of the development team that designed and built a novel high-speed wood grain-angle sensor. As a student Paul enjoyed multiple internships at Sun Microsystems and Apple Computer. Paul holds a MS in Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois, and a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering, graduating Summa Cum Laude, from Oregon State University.

Ken Baldwin, PhD, Senior Scientist
baldwin@centerspace.net
Ken has developed recommender systems for Strands, mathematical and statistical tools for MathSoft, C++ and Java class libraries for Rogue Wave Software, semantic networks for Microsoft, 3-D modeling and animation tools for Cubicomp, and web-based learning systems for Medlink and the Stanford University School of Education. He is co-author of The Elements of C# Style. Ken holds a PhD in Cognitive Science from the University of California, San Diego, and a BA in Linguistics from the University of California, Berkeley.

Steve Sneller, Research Scientist
sneller@centerspace.net
Steve has worked as lead architect for the Analysis Products at Rogue Wave Software, has developed Web Services applications for Hewlett-Packard, and has written software for flight test data analysis for the Boeing Company. Steve holds an MS in Mathematics from the University of Washington, Seattle, and a BA in Physics and MA in Mathematics from the University of Kansas, Lawrence.