16625 Crenshaw Blvd., #32
Torrance, CA 90504
Permanent U. S. Resident
I would like a challenging programmer/developer position at an organization, to enhance
the company's success and my personal growth.
Institution: Santa Monica College, Santa Monica, CA
Major: Computer Science. Continuing Education. GPA: 4.0.
Institution: El Camino College, Torrance CA
Major: Computer Science. Degree: A.S. GPA: 4.0. Expected Graduation Date: 8/01.
Institution: State University of New York at Stony Brook
Major: Science and Engineering of Materials. Degree: Ph.D. GPA: 3.9.
Institution: Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur India
Major: Engineering – Metallurgical. Degree: M.S. GPA: 3.6.
Institution: University of Roorkee, Roorkee, India
Major: Engineering – Metallurgical.
Degree: B.S. No GPA granted by the University. Class standing 10th in a class of 65.
Developing an Oracle database and
stored procedures for designing the manufacturing
process/parameters to reduce the design cycle time & improve quality. Also writing
calculator programs for engineering applications. Just finished Advanced Java & Oracle
courses at Santa Monica College.
10/00 to 12/00: Active Commerce-Torrance, CA
Position: Software Engineer (Temporary Position)
maintaining and customizing e-commerce software using AS P & HTML,
MS SQL Server, in Windows 2000 environment.
2/99 to 9/00
Programming and System Analysis courses at El Camino College, Torrance, CA.
Actively tutored many El Camino College students regularly in programming
courses such as C/C++ and Java. Completed all extra credit projects. Assisted El Camino
faculty in writing Laboratory Manual.
7/97 to 1/99: MEMMC, Torrance, CA
Position: Senior Engineer
Main responsibilities: Analyzing the Client Company quality and reliability
Proposing solutions and recommendations. Client companies included the
Manufacturing corporations in electrical and Materials arenas.
· Computer Systems Used: Windows 9x, Windows 3.1.
8/96 to 6/97: Norcan Steel Works (Venture Group), Santa Ana, CA
Position: Technology Consultant
Main responsibilities: Preparing
the detailed technology specifications, including,
hardware, software, process details, personnel, and infrastructure for a mini steel rolling
plant. Time devoted 50 %. Other 50% was devoted to research and writing in
7/90 to 7/96: California State University, Long Beach, CA
Position: Associate Professor, Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Laboratory and Lecture activities for Manufacturing Processes,
Materials, and Electrical Technology. Prepared accreditation reports and accomplished
the first ABET accreditation for the Manufacturing Technology program.
· Computer Systems Used: Desktop Computers
Standard Office productivity tools, AutoCAD, Statistical Analysis
8/89 to 12/90: West Coast University, Los Angeles, CA
Position: Lecturer Engineering
· Computer Systems Used: Desktop Computers.
Software Used: Standard
desktop office productivity software used for teaching
Semiconductor Manufacturing, Electrical Circuits, and Materials Engineering.
7/87 to 7/89: California State University Fullerton, CA
Position: Associate Professor Electrical Engineering
Taught graduate courses in Semiconductor Manufacturing, participated
in laboratory planning and development, accreditation activities.
· Computer Systems Used: Desktop Computers.
· Software Used: Software for simulation of electrical circuits
8/86 to 6/87: TQM Plus San Diego, CA
Position: Quality Consultant to Manufacturing Industries
· Computer Systems Used: Apple McIntosh
Standard Mac Software for documents and presentation
10/85 to 7/86: International Rectifier, El Segundo, CA
Position: Senior Manufacturing Engineer
· Computer Systems Used: Standard desktop Personal Computers.
Statistical Analysis and quality control packages and documents and
report generation software.
Solutions: Solved Quality problems in Schottky diode manufacturing,
with enterprise wide scope and participation. Introduced Statistical Process Control.
4/84 to 7/85: Intel Corporation
Position: Senior Quality Engineer
Manufacturing Solutions: Day-to-day solution of manufacturing
problems, participated in enterprise wide task forces to solve quality and reliability
problems for the products such as EPROMS, EEPROMS, and Microprocessors.
Used: VAX 11/780 network for the Quality Assurance
Department. Data acquisition and processing computer on electron beam
Software Used: OEM
software for the data acquisition and processing on electron
1/80 to 3/84: National Institute of Standards and Technology
analysis packages used for mathematical analyses and data
processing. Solved diverse manufacturing and materials processes problems, using
neutron, and x-ray beams and data analysis/interpretation aid software thus infusing the
new technologies through NIST enterprise.
Software Used: In
house software developed for data acquisition on neutron and
x-ray instruments as well as the software for the data reduction and analysis.
· Computer Systems Used: VAX 11/780 and PDP 8.
· Act with Integrity.
· Communicate Effectively.
· Dedication to Customer Success.
· Functional/Cross Functional Knowledge.
· Technical Knowledge.