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Lan Thanh Le

1665 S. 85th ST, Tacoma, WA 98444; E-mail:

Cell Phone: (253) 230-3311

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: C/C++, Visual Basic, VHDL, and Assembly Language
Software Tools: Intel ITP, Allegro viewer layout, Pspice, Winspice, and Lab
Debug Toots: Oscilloscope, Logic Analyzer, Digital Multi-Metter, etc.
Software Application: AutoCAD, Mat lab, MS Word, MS Excel, and MS
Operating Systems: 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
♦ Hardware debugging strongly using tools (Oscilloscope Probe, Logic Analyzers, Multi-
meter, 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

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 16-
quadrature 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
♦ 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
♦ 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