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Microsoft Office Assistant

Markham, ON, Canada
March 20, 2018

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Tel: 519-***-**** ** Silkgrove Terrace, Markham, ON L6E 0G9


[Five years’ work experience and Two years’ research experience]

Excellent communication, cooperation, and organizational capabilities.

Brilliant comprehension, learning and innovation abilities.

Strong sense of responsibility & careful working attitude, able to work under pressure.

[Research Field]

Public Key Cryptography: Bilinear Map (Weil pairing & Tate pairing), Elliptic Curve Cryptosystem (ECDH, ECDSA), Diffie-Hellman Problem, Finite Field.

Cyber-physical attacks and their countermeasures.

Wireless network security, such as PKI and key management solutions. CORE SKILLS

Design, implement and test JAVA and MATLAB programs.

Proficiency in the use of computers and various software applications, such as LaTeX and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).

Manipulate wireless communication equipment: Anritu (MT8820A\B\C) and Agilent


Bilingual: English and Mandarin.


[Electrical and Electronics Engineer] [Shenyang Simcom Technology Ltd] [China]

[December 2008] – [December 2013]

The company designs and produces smartphones as well as wireless communicating modules which are applied to the Internet of Things (IoT).


New Products Introduction, Technical Support, and Quality Control.

Troubleshooting: Tested and troubleshot prototypes and devices. Applied skills in assembling and disassembling devices.

Project Management: Organized new products (about 30 types of main and derived products) from trial-production to mass-production, as well as solve many problems about software, hardware, structure, process, and craft of the products.

Organized and realized a new branch factory fully operative.

[Graduate Teaching Assistant & Research Assistant] [University of Windsor] [Canada]

[May 2015] – [April 2017]

Administered laboratory sessions, answered students’ questions, gave tutorials, marked assignments, and invigilated examinations.

The research made the cryptographic computation, which is applied to Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) Communications, more efficient. Changing from serial computation to parallel computation was the contribution. EDUCATION

[Master of Applied Science] [April 2017] [University of Windsor] [Canada]

Concentration: Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Academic Average: 87.85% (Grade: A).

Related Coursework: “Computer Arithmetic”, “Data Security and Cryptography”,

“Wireless Communication Systems”, “Computer Networks”.

Thesis: “Efficient Computation of Miller's Algorithm in Pairing-Based Cryptography”.

[Bachelor of Engineering] [July 2008] [Harbin University of Science and Technology]


Concentration: Electrical and Electronic Engineering. ACTIVITIES & HONORS IN WINDSOR ONTARIO


Serving in the capacity of media operator at University Community Church for 3 years,

[September 2014 – Present]

Volunteered in Educational Developers’ Caucus Annual Conference, [February 2016]


Involved in Data Security Group and Security Research Centre at the University of Windsor. [May 2015 – April 2017]

Graduate teaching & Research assistantships. [May 2015 – April 2017] REFERENCES

[Professor Wu]

Email: Tel: 519-***-**** ext.2568 University of Windsor.

[Pastor McAllister]

Email: Tel: 519-***-**** University Community Church.

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