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- Programming: Python, Matlab, Java, HTML, CSS, SQL, Labview, Simulink, Verilog.
- Software: LaTex, Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Microsoft Office suite, Windows and Linux.
- Language: English (fluent) and Chinese (Mandarin, proficient).
- CAD: Solidworks, Inventor, and AutoCAD.
Teamwork and Communication skills: I have worked on many team projects consists of 2-7, teams of very different people (engineers, designers, entrapreneurs and such). As the project manager of my senior engineering capstone, I was the liaison between our team and the company for the requirements and vision of the project, supervised the progress of the project and worked with my teammates to achieve our goals. In addition to academic collaborations, I was the co-founder and first President of Student Association of Graduate Engineers, where I work with School of Engineering to host events and communicate the needs of graduate engineers, as well as plan and host social gatherings for the graduate engineer community with the help of officers. As both undergraduate and graduate student, I have presented my projects and research within the school and also to external visitors. Through these experiences, I gained valuable teamwork and communication skills with a variety of people.
Flexibility and self-learning: I enjoy exploring different areas of engineering and have basic knowledge in a variety of field from projects I have done (design, programming, circuits, compilers, web applications, mathematical modeling, business and such). Through these projects, I acquired strong self-learning skills since I only know the basic information and have to gather necessary skills as I am doing the project.
Relevant classes: Ubiquitous Computing; Online Social Networks; Software Performance Engineering; Algorithm; Computer Architecture; VLSI; Mobile Application Development; Software Design; Human Factor Interface Design; User Oriented Collaborative Design; Discrete Math; Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos; Signals and Systems; Intro to Microelectronic Circuit; Analog and Digital Communications; Corporate Financial Management; Negotiation
- GRE (Aug 2007): 660 Verbal (94%), 800 Quantitative (94%), 5.0/6.0 Writing (73%)
- GMAT (Aug, 2008): 41 Verbal (92%), 50 Quantitative (94%), 5.0 Writing (55%)