Graduate Student Researcher, Institute of Transportation Studies | UC Irvine, Irvine, CA, USA

From 5/2008 to 12/2010:

  • Study fundamental traffic flow theory concepts and methods
  • Evaluate the reliability and efficiency of broadcasting in vehicular ad-hoc network using the ns-2 network simulator
  • Analyze the delay-time constraint, communication capacity, and performance measures of IEEE 802.11p
Graduate Student Researcher, Department of Computer Science | UC Irvine, Irvine, CA, USA

From 09/2005 to 09/2007:

  • Contributed in studying the free-rider exploit in BitTorrent peer-to-peer network using the PlanetLab overlay network
  • Contributed in the design of a MANET routing protocol using Bloom filter data structure for anonymous routing
Product Engineer, Telco Home Network Business Unit | Cisco Systems, Irvine, CA, USA

From 4/2006 to 2/2011:

  • Product Engineer who assisted at first and was later in charge of product development life cycle for Linksys WCM300, the world's fastest cable modem at the time with eight downstream channel bonding and DOCSIS 3.0 compliant
  • (the product was an endpoint unit of the DOCSIS Downstream Wideband Architecture and Winner of the 2007 Cisco Pioneer Hall of Fame Award for the Core Technology Category)
  • Product Engineer that facilitated the product development life cycle of several mobile broadband routers for the service provider market (Linksys WRT54G3Gv1/WRT54G3Gv2)
Software Development Engineer, CDMA ASIC Software Group | Qualcomm, San Diego, CA, USA

From 6/2003 to 9/2005:

  • Software development for short messaging services protocol stack with 3GPP and TIA/EIA communication standard compliance
  • Coordinated development process with design reviews, software developers, and system team for integration and testing
  • Provided technology and product leadership in short messaging services with patent filing and customer interaction to ensure timely product delivery and passing GCF and CDG certification
  • Designed and prototyped mobile user interfaces for various messaging applications