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Customer Service Electrical Engineering

Location:
Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
Posted:
October 27, 2016

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VARSHA SUNDAR

Phone: 408-***-****; Email: acw9xf@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE

Seeking a challenging position in Computer Networking IMMIGRATION STATUS

Sponsorship not required. EAD via Green Card (EB1) holder EDUCATION

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (Networking) GPA: 3.83 / 4.0 August 2013 - August 2015 San Jose State University, CA, USA

Bachelor of Electronics & Communication Engineering First Class with Distinction August 2008 - May 2012 Shree Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College, India

COURSEWORK

Graduate: Internetworking, Network Security, Broadband Communication, Voice over IP, Network Programming application Undergraduate: Computer Communication Network, High Performance Computer Networks, Programming C++, Operating Systems, Real Time Systems, Embedded System Design CERTIFICATION

CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) September 2014 CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) August 2014 JNCIA (Juniper Certified Network Associate) January 2014 Stanford Online Algorithm: Design and Analysis, Part 1 SKILLS

Languages : C, Python, Socket programming in C

Software Tools : GNS3, Wireshark, Packet Tracer,Mininet, NS2, OPNET Routing Protocols : TCP/IP, UDP, OSPF, EIGRP, ARP, BGP, VRRP, NAT, IPv4/v6, VLAN, MPLS, SDN, H.323, SIP

Operating Systems : Windows/Linux

App Development : Windows Phone 8 App development, Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2012 EXPERIENCE

1. Software Developer Intern, Ericsson, September 2014-December 2014 Work involved developing VRRP protocol on SSR, configuring routers on SSRSIM, building prototype, implementing and testing of modules, debugging the errors and maintaining sustenance using C, Git and Unix environment 2. Tech Support Associate, IBM, Full time employee, July 2012-August 2012 Worked with a team of 10 and was involved in customer service and support for National Australian Bank 3. Intern, Siemens AG, December 2010-January 2011

Acquired hands-on learning about the working of drivers and automated systems ACADEMIC PROJECTS

1. Scalability Analysis in Networks: Spring 2015

1. Designed and implemented a topology running shortest path algorithm with random graphs using Networkx 2. Simulated different topologies in NS2 and generated end-to-end delay 3. Simulated different OSPF topologies in OPNET and calculated convergence time 4. Compared and analyzed the above results

5. Tools and technology used: Python, Networkx, Json, MongoDB, NS2, OPNET 2. Voice over Wireless ad-hoc network: Fall 2014

1. Implemented Voice Over IP using SIP connections through hands-on experiment over Ad-Hoc networks 2. Established and analysed a successful call between two SIP clients 3. Also analysed SIP messages exchanged in scenarios like busy-user, call-on-hold, call-conferencing 3. BGP Hijacking Demonstration on DeterLab Testbed: Spring 2014 1. Analysis of BGP and hands-on implementation of BGP hijacking on DeterLab testbed 2. Implemented both prefix and sub prefix hijacking 4. DNS Hijacking Demonstration on DeterLab Testbed: Spring 2014 1. Hands-on implementation of DNS hijacking on DeterLab testbed 2. Used man-in-the-middle attack and ARP spoofing to perform the hijack 5. Multiple Area OSPF Simulation using a Cisco Packet Tracer: November 2013-December 2013 1. Simulated a multiple area OSPF topology 14 routers, 7 switches and 30 hosts using cisco packet tracer 2. Implemented the following: DHCP across the entire network, OSPF authentication scheme, Vlans, Inter-Vlan routing & VTP mode, Secured the network by implementing Access Control Lists (ACL) 6. Software Defined Networking: Fall 2013

1. Simulated a Software Defined Network using the Openflow Protocol in Mininet 2. Captured and analyzed Openflow packets flowing through the network 7. Developed Interactive Games using Python: January 2015 1. Hands-on development experience in the Codeskulptor environment 2. Developed interactive games in Python like Rock-paper-lizard, stop watch, guess the number 3. Tested the code functionality

8. Wireless Control of Home Appliances with Audio Feedback: January 2012-May 2012 1. Designed a system to remotely operate home appliances using cellular phones. Upon dialing a specified number, the user’s phone lists a menu. Once the user makes a selection, the cellular phone at the receiving end conveys this choice to a microcontroller chip which performs the desired operation 2. Role: Planning the system design from scratch, designing the algorithm, programming the microcontroller and testing the system. Technology used: Programmed the PIC16F877A microcontroller chip using MPLAB-ID



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