CV: Master’s degree in Robotics


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 Date Submitted:15-09-2012
 Last Modified:24-09-2012 (04:23)
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 Current job:Master’s degree in Robotics
 Employment Term:Either
 Job location:US only
 Date available:>3months

U.S. Citizenship.



To seek a competitive full-time job near Centreville, VA area or DC area related to electronic, robotic, or computer science discipline.



University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA | May, 2013

School of Engineering and Applied Science

Master’s degree in Robotics - GPA: 3.33


University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA | May, 2011

School of Engineering and Applied Science

Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering - GPA: 3.340, Major GPA: 3.506

Thesis: Optimal Acceleration for Maximum Fuel Economy Indicator

-Programmed MSP430 microcontroller for communicating with the On-Board Diagnostic Port in Hyundai 2005 Tucson using UART communication and with the accelerometer and the LED driver using SPI communication



NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD

- Engineering and Robotics Boot Camp, Mike Comberiate, Director | Summer 2011

- GROVER 2 Iridium Satellite Communication Team, Electronics Engineer

- Integrated and programmed 9602 Iridium modem using Maple microcontroller in C++ to design a communication system between Goddard and GROVER 2 robot that will be gathering data from Greenland

- Conducted successful test of the Iridium communication system by exchanging Short Burst Data from GSFC to GROVER 2 on the beach near Wallops Flight Center

- Programmed the internal communication between the MCUs inside GROVER 2

- Became Electrical Team Leader during the latter half of the internship program

- Provided complete documentations for GROVER 2 Iridium Communication System and the internal communication


NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA

- Robotics and Intelligent Machines Lab Summer Intern, Dr. Bradley | Summer 2010

- Performed electrical and mechanical integration of PSI outdoor robotic rover carrying a NI CompactRio system and a LIDAR laser system with NI PXI chassis

-Installed N Wireless router inside the PSI robot for longer-range communication between the user laptop and the robot

- Reduced the communication time delay from the laptop to the robot by reducing unnecessary program sequences in the LabVIEW code inside the PSI robot

-Established remote desktop connection between the user laptop and the LIDAR laser system through NI PXI chassis

-Operation of Omni-directional robot with Mecanum wheels, called ‘Trinity’, using LabVIEW, Linux, and a joystick.

- Troubleshoot and examined ASCENDS laser system which includes laser driver, laser, Electro Optic Modulator, and photo detector, with oscilloscope and spectrum analyzer

- Built a program that converts voltages into temperature using LabVIEW DAQ and conducted data acquisition using the program for the thermocouple interface board for IRVE III project

- Gained understanding of basic antenna theory using rod and loop antennas and the role of antenna factors in estimating RF power measurements

- Internship poster presentation to NASA engineers/scientists and fellow NASA interns

- Participated in weekly Bible study discussion with fellow NASA interns

- Played weekly soccer game with fellow NASA interns


University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

-Undergraduate Solar Cell Research Student, Professor Gupta| 2008-2010

-Performed laser doping using spin-on dopant as impurity into silicon.

- Used lasers with various diameters and powers(up to 18W) to vary the doping conditions of the silicon samples

- Used LabVIEW for moving the x-y stage used for mounting the silicon samples

- Characterized the properties, such as absorption and reflection, of the laser-textured silicon chip upon IR radiation with different radiation powers and angles

- Designed op-amp circuit for amplifying small input voltage signals that has inherent noise for investigating carrier lifetime of the silicon sample

- Participated in weekly meeting for reporting research progress


Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Engineering, Professor Harriott | Fall 2009

-Guided 1st year undergraduate students build Lego robots to compete in Robotic Olympic at UVa.

- Assisted the first year students in learning the concept of engineering design

- Programmed Lego Mindstorms robots using NXT Software

- Recruited by Professor Harriott due to the outstanding performance in the previous year’s class as a student

UKC 2008 Conference, San Diego, CA

Forum Poster Presenter | 2008

- Presented on the solar cell research to the Korean engineers and scientists in the Young Generation and Professional Forum in UKC 2008 Conference.



UVa Solar Car Team, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

President | 2007-present

-Demonstrated strong leadership by encouraging the team members to actively participate in the club and strengthen the team performance.

- Designed LED turn-signal circuit using LM555, programmed a microcontroller using C for displaying various information about the car, such as speed, on the graphic LCD from Optrex.


Korean Community Church in Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA

Small Group Leader | Spring 2010 – present

- Lead weekly 1-hour small group Bible study consisting of about 5 people.



AESS Member, Mars Society Student Member, KSEA Student Member, NSCS Member




Maple 32-bit Arduino compatible microcontroller, PIC 18F4520 microcontroller, MSP430 microcontroller, DSP56824



Soldering, Oscilloscopes, Function Generator, Antennas, Spectrum Analyzer, BJT, MOSFET, Op Amp,



Java, C, C++, MIPS Assembly Language, GDB, GCC



LTSpice, PSpice, LabVIEW, MATLAB, Robotic Operating Systems(ROS), SVN, Linux,  MathCAD, Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint



Committed, cooperative, highly organized, adaptive, strong work ethic, responsible, independent



Korean and English



Violin and Acoustic Guitar. Built a bike from scratch using components from a bike shop.

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