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B.Sc. Mathematics and Engineering, M.A.Sc. Computer Engineering

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Hi! I'm a software engineer and former graduate student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto. I also co-founded AudioNotch.com

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Education

M.A.Sc. Electrical and Computer Engineering

September 2010 September 2012
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON, Canada
  • GPA: 4.0
  • Course work in machine learning and statistics.
  • I graduated with the highest possible grade for my thesis, entitled "Computationally Characterizing Schizophrenia".

B.Sc. Eng. Mathematics and Engineering

September 2006 May 2010
Queen's University
Kingston, ON, Canada
  • GPA: 4.0 (final year average 91%)
  • Graduated with first class honours.
  • Full transcript here.

Skills

Programming Languages

  • Experienced: Java, C#, Powershell
  • Working knowledge: CSS3, HTML5, C, Motorolla 68HC11 Assembly, Python, Shell scripting, SQL
  • Basic knowledge: C++, Fortran, Latex, Perl, Javascript

Technologies:

  • Operating systems: Windows (client and server), Linux (Ubuntu)
  • Servers: Nginx, Apache, IIS
  • Frameworks: Django

Mathematical and Systems Modelling:

  • Experienced: Matlab
  • Basic knowledge: Maple and Mathematica

Software Work Experience

Software Development Engineer - Windows Azure Websites

October 2012 Present
Microsoft
Redmond, WA, USA
  • Windows Azure Websites (WAWS) provides high-density scalable web sites hosting in the cloud.

Technical Co-founder

November 2011 October 2012
AudioNotch
Toronto, ON, Canada
  • AudioNotch is a platform to provide sound therapy for the treatment of tinnitus.
  • I designed and developed a web application using Python, Django, HTML, CSS, Javascript, and hosted it on a Linux server. Custom scripts were written for audio processing.

Software Developer - eHealth Practice - TL7

May 2009 August 2009
Intelliware Development Inc.
Toronto, ON, Canada
  • The project that I worked on was the creation of a HL7 compliant test system, to be used for integration testing with pharmacy software and DIS simulation.
  • Technologies used on the project: Front end used JSF and HTML, Main portion of project used Java 6, Back end was a relational database using PostGreSQL and Hibernate.

Software Developer - XL Fortran Test

May 2008 August 2008
IBM
Markham, ON, Canada
  • Scripting and task automation, using KSH and Perl.
  • Implementation of new language feature test package.
  • Failed code analysis and defect identification for Fortran compilers.

Academic Employment

Project Manager

September 2011 April 2012
University of Toronto - Engineering Strategies and Practice
Toronto, ON, Canada
  • First year engineering design course (APS 111/112).
  • Taught a weekly tutorial, graded students.

Course Assistant

March 2011 June 2011
University of Toronto - Engineering Communications Office
Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Measured class performance metrics for ECE 496, a capstone design and project course.
  • Data visualization to assist with curriculum decisions and assess conformance to CEAB requirements.
  • Wrote report, and presented on standards compliance.

Mathematics TA

September 2010,2011 December 2010,2011
University of Toronto - Engineering Science Department
Toronto, ON, Canada
  • TA for ESC103F: Engineering Mathematics and Computation.
  • Responsibilities included tutorial and lab teaching, marking, and Matlab assignment design.

Study Hall TA

September 2010 December 2010
University of Toronto - ECE Department
Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Assisted first year and second year ECE students with all courses within a designated tutorial slot.

Project Manager

September 2009 April 2010
Queen's University - Faculty of Applied Science
Kingston, ON, Canada
  • First year engineering design course (APSC100), with an engineering project component.
  • Responsible as the liaison between the student design groups, the engineering faculty and the client of the project.
  • Assisted and graded students on a software engineering project.

Douglas Tutor

September 2008 April 2010
Queen's University - Faculty of Applied Science
Kingston, ON, Canada
  • Assisted first year engineering students with all courses within a designated tutorial slot.

Mathematics TA

September 2008 April 2010
Queen's University - Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Kingston, ON, Canada
  • Taught Calculus (APSC 171/172) and Linear Algebra (APSC 174) to a class of 60 first-year engineering students within two weekly tutorial slots.

Awards Received

  • Winner: Microsoft Web Workload Hackathon
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) ($15,000) - 2011
  • Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship (NSERC CGS M) ($17,500) - 2010
  • 1st Place at Queen's Engineering Competition - 2010
  • Kern Partners Ltd. Scholarship ($2085) - 2009
  • 1st Place at Ontario Engineering Competition - 2008 ($1500)
  • 1st Place at Queen's Engineering Competition - 2008
  • Dean's Award ($585) - 2008
  • Dean's Award ($2000) - 2007
  • Queen's University Excellence Scholarship ($2500) - 2006