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2004–

Title: Lecturer B

Employer: The University of Adelaide

Description: Apply for research funding and conducting tutorials, practical classes, demonstrations and computer aided tools administration. In addition to the development and preparation of course martial, exams and lectures. Student supervision at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels; and performing academic duties.
2000 – 2003

Title: Lecturer A

Employer: The University of Adelaide

Description: Conducting tutorials, practical classes, demonstrations and computer aided tools administration. In addition to the development and preparation of course martial, exams and lectures. Student supervision at the undergraduate and performing academic duties.
1998-2000

Title: Research Associate

Employer: The University of Adelaide

Description: Designing Nyquist rate (5 – 10 G Sample/s) and oversampling very high speed data converters using a novel device called n-I(MQW)-n Self Electro-optic Effect Devices (SEED).

1996-1997

Title: Research Associate

Employer: The University of Adelaide

Description: Conducting a feasibility study on 3-D VLSI packaging technology for designing an optoelectronic device with an optical front end.

1991-1992

Title: Tutor

Employer: The University of Adelaide

Description: Undergraduate practical supervision in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

1991-1992

Title: Electronic Design Engineer

Location: The University of Adelaide

Description: Software adaptation and development of HP 9845 desktop calculator software running on a Vectra Workstation to control a HP 8505A network analyzer using the HP Basic programming language.

1991

Title: Electronic Design Engineer

Location: Integrated Silicon Design Pty. Ltd.

99 Frome Road, Adelaide 5000

Description Low power analog circuit module design using CMOS technology for an RF identification system.

 

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AUSTRALIA

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