Ngoc Nguyen

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Ngoc-Tung Nguyen is an undergraduate, majoring in Computer Science. He starting working at GICL during the summer of 2006, where he was responsible for operating a Minolta Vivid 910 3D imaging camera. He was responsible for instructing others on the camera's operations, and help took 3D images of mechanical parts for digital archiving. Currently, he is working at GICL on a project that uses OpenGL to help simulate and test robotic devices.

Below is his resume:


Drexel University Philadelphia, PA

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Anticipated Graduation - June 2010

Concentration: Human Computer Interaction GPA: 3.88

Honors and Awards

• Drexel University Dean's Scholarship, 2005 - Present

• Member of the Pennoni Honors College, 2005 - Present

• Berks' Best in Vocational Technical Skills, 2005 • 11th Senatorial District Good Citizenship Award for leadership and service, 2005

Related Coursework

Introduction to Computer Science

C/C++ Programming I & II

Computer Programming I

Computer Programming II

CISCO Networking I

CISCO Networking II

Advanced Programming Techniques

Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science

Employment Experience

Federal Aviation Administration: William J. Hughes Technical Atlantic City, NJ

Student Co-Op: Computer Science September 2007 - Present

• Developing software to test/monitor radar data being broad-casted from ARTCC Site, as part of a larger program known as ADSB

Drexel University: Computer Science Department Philadelphia, PA

Research Assistant June - September 2006, April 2007 to Present

• Aid in developing a database system with version control to facilitate engineers with an effective tool to manage and preserve CAD drawings

• Develop software to convert proprietary software formats into other non-proprietary formats

• Develop XML schema to describe the attributes of an artifact

Federal Aviation Administration: William J. Hughes Technical Atlantic City, NJ

Student Co-Op: Computer Science September 2006 - March 2007

• Designed and developed a system to transmit radar data using VHDL and C++

• Demonstrated adaptability and versatility in learning a Hardware Description Language

• Exhibited resourcefulness in completing tasks and projects individually

• Displayed project management skills by finishing projects on time and meeting all objectives

KB Toys Reading, PA

Sales Associate September 2002 - 2006

• Exhibited exceptional communication skills in assisting customers with purchases and inquiries

• Demonstrated linguistic diversity in handling non-English speaking customers

• Handled cash and credit card transactions

• Conducted and maintained the organization of stocks

Muhlenberg School District Muhlenberg, PA

Technology Assistant Summers of 2004, 2005

• Managed and conducted the installation and removal of over four-hundred computers and printers

• Troubled shoot network connectivity issues and hardware failure

• Upgraded and maintained educational, antivirus, ad-ware, and spy-ware software

• Demonstrated effective time management skills by completing all objectives by the fall deadline

Activities / Volunteer Services, 2005 - present

Web Designer

• Create and maintain a pragmatic online informational hub for Vietnamese news and literature

• Update additional news articles and web broadcasts

Muhlenberg High School Library, 2001 - 2005

Computer Assistant and Technician

• Maintained and troubleshot 9 research computers

• Handled checkout processes for books, magazines, and videos

• Documented over 600 volunteer hours

Freshman Engineering Design Project, 2005 -2006

A Long Term Intuitive Data Preservation System

• Developed an Open Archival Information System conforming to the International Organization for Standardization

• Designed a long term intuitive data preservation system using open source software and encryption software to protect data integrity

• Researched effective solutions and filtered through information to create a unique preservation system

• Exhibited diversity in writing by creating a proposal that addresses technical aspects while still providing simple rationale to non-technical reader

• Organized and presented an information presentation that effectively demonstrated the needs for such a preservation system