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Industrial Engineering/Operations research/Quality control

Pittsburgh, PA, 15232
November 15, 2009

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University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA Dec 2009

Master of Science in Industrial Engineering,

National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan June 2007

Bachelor of Science in Transportation and Communication Science

Major Field: Logistics


Math Tutor, Tainan, Taiwan Oct 2006-Feb 2007

One-on-one private math tutor,

 Taught senior high school math: Probability, Trigonometric functions, Linear Programming, Matrix

Cosmetic stall of MITSUKOSHI department store, Taiwan Oct-Nov 2006


 Replenished the inventory of product

 Involved product logistics process

HCT Transportation, Taiwan July-Aug 2006

Summer intern

 Responsible for tracking system and consulted with customers

 Analyzed any discrepancies found in inventory count

National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan

Research assistant Oct 2004

 Collected transportation related and traffic signal data for further research



 MS Office(Word, Excel, Power Point, Access)

 Simulation software: ARENA, SIMIO

 Statistics and Math software: MINITAB, MATLAB, LINGO,SAS, SPSS

 Others: C++, C, Visual Basic, Dreamweaver


 Fluent in English, Taiwanese and Chinese (Traditional)

 Japanese (conversation and reading)

Analysis & Evaluation

 Proficient in statistical data analysis and statistical quality control

 Proficient in production and inventory analysis

 Working knowledge of decision models


 Effective at time management

 Effective at prioritizing tasks to achieve deadlines


Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) in motorcycle parking space

MITSUKOSHI department store, Tainan, Taiwan Sep-Dec 2006

 Observed the trend of traffic flow and ITS operation

 Applied more efficient ITS to the longest queue entrance

Supply chain of hard drive manufacturing, Thailand Feb-Apr 2008

University of Pittsburgh (team member)

 Applied simulation to study the behavior and flow in manufacturing process

 Found the bottleneck in the system and improved the process by adding helping workers to the longest queue length

Minimize the cost of hiring workers at facility department, CURTISS WRIGHT University of Pittsburgh (team member) Apr 2008

 Applied integer programming model to get the optimal number workers


Transportation and Communication department, Taiwan June-Oct 2006

Camp activity arranger

Transportation and Communication department, Taiwan Aug 2004-June 2005

Leader of Badminton Team,

 Responsible for team practice and competition arrange

 3rd of TCM cup of Taiwan (team prize)

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