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Seeking an opportunity to apply my problem solving skills, technical knowledge and expertise in a career oriented position as a Hardware or Software Engineer. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, December 2004 Washington State University, Pullman, Washington GPA: 3.3/4.0 Software Languages: Software Tools: view Debug Toots: Software Application: PowerPoint Operating Systems: C/C++, Visual Basic, VHDL, and Assembly Language Intel ITP, Allegro viewer layout, Pspice, Winspice, and Lab Oscilloscope, Logic Analyzer, Digital Multi-Metter, etc. AutoCAD, Mat lab, MS Word, MS Excel, and MS MS-DOS, WIN 95/98, Server 2003, WIN XP, and Vista
The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA 98124 Structures Instrumentation Engineer, October 2006 – Present ♦ Provide instrumentation support for the structures laboratory ♦ Operate and maintain instrumentation equipment including systems for data acquisition, control, and computing. ♦ Initiate troubleshooting of equipment related problems ♦ Structures Instrumentation system hardware and software setup, calibration ♦ Data producing, collecting, and validating ♦ Executes tests, performs analysis and simulation electromechanical-analog signal ♦ Support materials and components test ♦ Basic knowledge of mechanical control systems and component design such as sensors applicable to mechanical component testing ♦ Software/Hardware Tools: Astro Data System, MTS AeroPro, and Aero-90™ Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA 98052 - 6399 CS – Software Design Engineer in Test II (SDET), March 2006 – October 2006 Writing project documentations, test plan, and test procedure Run test plan to list of device- multi device test Execute automation/manual tests, define outputs, report results Complete OS setup/configuration and Software testing (ex: Windows XP and Vista) Repro setting/filing bugs and Research failures Computer hardware/software troubleshooting Setup and run Kernel Debugger by using Remote, Kd.exe, WinDbg.exe Software Tools: C/C++, Visual Basic, MS-DOS Batch Files, SQL Management Studio, Product Studio, Windows Test Technologies (WTT), ASI OS Deployment, etc. Intel Corporation, DuPont, WA 98327 EE – Hardware Validation Engineer, March 2005 – March 2006 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Design, analyze, test, and validate solutions for Intel server systems and components Electrical test knowledge of planning, procedures, and result validate criteria Electrical test methodology such as integration laboratory, simulation, and functional test Finding, reporting, and documenting bugs and failures System level debugging/troubleshooting and root cause analysis for Intel server systems
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♦ Hardware debugging strongly using tools (Oscilloscope Probe, Logic Analyzers, Multimeter, Allegro viewer layout, Intel Speed Online, and Intel ITP debugging) ♦ Working along with SCSI, SATA, and SAS ♦ Low level software updating and testing: BIOS, BMC, FRUSDR, PLD, etc. ♦ Involved in hardware validation such as modified the system boards to stress test the system at higher frequency ♦ External and internal customers supporting ♦ Working with calibration BGA such as placing and/or removing chipsets Carlyle, Inc., Tukwila, WA 98188 Electronic Technician – Aerospace Division, November 2004 – March 2005 ♦ Schematic reading and understanding ♦ Assemble electronics cables building and testing ♦ Basic understanding in components’ debug, testing processes, testing equipment, industry standards, and industry technical terminology Lightel Technologies, Inc., Kent, WA 98032 Electronic Technician – Contract Project, January 2005 – March 2005 ♦ Helping engineering group of fiber optic connector end-face inspection microscopes ♦ Modifying & testing for DC-DC voltage regulators and fiber optic inspection machines ♦ Worked with equipments: Digital oscilloscopes, DMM, analog VOM, wavelength division multiplexer (WDM), and Digital real-time/sampling scopes SCHOOL PROJECTS Digital Communications System Design Digital Signals Modulation, WSU, Pullman, WA 99164 Individual Project, January 2004 – May 2004 ♦ Designed and simulated techniques of both 16-phase shift keying (16-PSK) and 16quadrature amplitude modulation (16-QAM) ♦ Determined bit error probabilities for different values of signal-to-noise ratio ♦ Software using: C++ and Matlab Senior Project s Human Power Generator Design, WSU, Pullman, WA 99164 Group Project, Team Leader, January 2003 – December 2003 ♦ Project scheduling/planning, technical writing, oral presentation skills, working in teams, market-driven organizations ♦ Battery charger circuit with switching voltage design (voltages regulator) ♦ LCD display design by using the Cypress Microcontroller ♦ C/C++ Coding and programming ♦ Embedded control system by using Psoc Programmer and Cypress Microcontroller ♦ Software using: C/C++, assembly language, Matlab, Pspice, and Psoc Programming ♦ Tools using: Digital Multi-meter (DMM), Oscilloscope, AC/DC Current Probe, etc. CMOS Analog Circuit Design Two stages operational amplifier, WSU, Pullman, WA 99164 Individual Project, August 2003 – December 2003 ♦ Designed and simulated two stages op-amp with nulling resistor type of miller compensation ♦ Open loop gain of 80 dB or greater, unity gain bandwidth or 10MHz or greater, and phase margin of 60 deg over all the corners ♦ Software using: Winspice and Pspice Software Design Closed Loop Controller, WSU, Pullman, WA 99164 Group Project, Team Member, June 2003 – August 2003 ♦ Designed the Position Controller to step the Servo motor back and forth from one extreme to the other
♦ Designed the sensor reading to communicate with the A/D conversion module ♦ Software using: C++ inline ASM, Assembly language ♦ Tools using: Servo motor, Mini-Camera, and Serial connector Digital Circuit Design Ping-pong Game, WSU, Pullman, WA 99164 Individual Project, August 2002 – December 2002 ♦ Designed the Digital Machines in which involved in Synchronous Sequential Machines, Combinational Logic Machines, and Asynchronous Sequential Machines ♦ Designed components such as a clock divider, a 4x1data selector (MUX), a 4-bit up/down counter, and a 4x16 decoder ♦ Simulated and validated the designs ♦ Software using: ISE/WebPack, ModelSim Simulator, and VHDL Analog Circuit Design 2-Channel Power Amplifier, WSU, Pullman, WA 99164 Group Project, Team Leader, August 2002 – December 2002 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ REFERENCE Designed the 2-channel stereo audio system Designed the high-pass, band-pass, and low-pass filter to filtering level signals Frequencies range 5Hz – 25 KHz, 12V/10A power supply, and 8-Ohm speakers Software using: Pspice Tools using: Digital Multi-meter (DMM), Oscilloscope, AC/DC Current Probe, etc. Available upon request