In Reply to: ASIC design/verification positions in L.A. area... posted by Mark Ellison on 06/12/00 at 9:36 AM:
January 26th, 2001
335 Cooper St.Apt.87
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0G6 Canada
Hello Mark Ellison:
I would like to apply for the position of ASIC Design and or Verification Engineer which you posted in the internet
lately. Attached/Pasted please find a file of my resume.
Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Mark M.L. Chan
#87-335 Cooper Street
Ottawa ON K2P 0G6
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or
A challenging position in software/hardware design.
At present designing RISC pipeline microprocessor and microcontroller
for embedded real time applications using Cadence Verilog Synopsys(ASIC) at Carleton University for the course project.
Had designed the high speed multiplier using ASIC(Cadence Verilog).
Designed layouts for advanced operational amplifiers and biasing circuits,Flash A/D converter, using CADENCE CAD software (0.35 micron).
Wrote Assembly programs (DSP processor TMS320C30), some experience with C programming.
Designed digital interface for DRAM MCM6665A and Intel 8088
using state machine (DRAM controller).
Designed logic circuits for dynamic control of DC motor with SCR
Designed Modicon 584 logic program coupled with DCI4000 process computer for the automation and process control of Molson Brewery.
Hold Master's degree in Electrical Engineering.
University of Ottawa - Department of Electrical Engineering, Ottawa,
As a member of the Communications Research Lab team, derived and
formulated QAM and digital signal processing equations; results concurred
with MATLAB simulations.
First Wave Technology, Markham ON, 1992-1993
Responsible for business development and customer service.
Quality Control Officer
Murata-Erie, Downsview ON, 1990
Responsible for quality control and testing of very high voltage power
supplies (10-50KV) for X-ray equipment.
Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, Toronto, 1990 (part-time)
Taught in the Department of Computer Science and Mathematics.
Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Ottawa, 1983-1984
Wrote FORTRAN program for geographical information application.
Electronics Test Engineer
Litton Systems Canada, Rexdale ON, 1980-1983
Analyzed circuits for inertial navigation systems boards-identified and
resolved long-standing failure in core memory control boards.
McCurdy Radio Industries, Toronto,1980
Designed hardware interfaces.
Fischer & Porter Canada Ltd.,Downsview ON, 1980-1981
Designed logic controller for Molson Brewery automation project.
Carleton University, 1985-1986/1998
Followed courses in Electronics and Systems & Computer Engineering;
Currently designing pipeline RISC microprocessor and microcontroller
for real time embedded applications.
M.A.SC. Electrical Engineering
University of Toronto, 1974-1977
Eng. Physics Degree
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, 1965-1970.
ELECTRONICS & SYSTEMS/COMPUTER ENGINEERING COURSES
Advanced topics in VLSI
ATM and the performance
Real Time Operating Systems
Active & Passive Filter Design
Advanced Topics in Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing
Digital Signal Processing and TMS320C30/C60, DSP96002 Applications
Integrated Circuits Design
Integrated Circuits Technology and Engineering
Modern Circuits Design
Nonlinear Control and Its Applications
Phase Locked Loop and Its Applications
Analog Integrated Circuits Chip Layout Design
VLSI and VERILOG Integrated Circuits course.
Government Grants, 1975-1977
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Scholarship, 1966-1970
English, German, Chinese.
References Available on Request
For reference you may contact:
For reference you may contact:
(since Prof.Kwasnewski is working full time at PMC-Sierra, it is quite difficult to reach him although I took his graduate course last term in Topic VLSI & nonlinear RF and got A. For alternative references Please contact Prof.Plett or my former supervisor Prof.Yeap whom I worked in his Communication research labowned by Bell Canada.I also took his graduate course in Adaptive & nonlinear control and got A-.
1. Prof.Dr. Tad Kwasnewski
Department of Electronics
1125 Colonel By Drive
3. Prof.Dr.Tet Yeap.
Department of Electrical Eng.,School of Informatique Technology.
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario.
2.Prof. Dr.Calvin Plett
Dept. of Electronics phone: (613) 520-4451
1125 Colonel By Drive email: firstname.lastname@example.org