WILEY HUILIN ZHAO Address: 10958 National Blvd. #4 Los Angeles, CA 90064 Telephone: (310)416-6462 (work) or (310)312-9728 (home) E-Mail: [email protected] OBJECTIVE An engineering position that requires strong analytical and problem solving abilities. EDUCATION Ph.D. in Physics MS in Physics BS in Physics 1993 1989 1987 University of California, Los Angeles University of California, Los Angeles Univ of Science & Technology of China EXPERIENCE 1999 – Current Boeing Satellite Systems (Formerly Hughes Space & Communication Company) Performed satellite system failure mode analysis and autonomy development. Attitude control lead in spacecraft mission. Developed ground operational procedures and real-time mission control software, mission analysis software tools. 1996 – 1999 Hughes Space & Communication Company Developed key components of attitude control firmware for MIL-STD-1750 microprocessor and MIL-STD-1553 digital data bus on new generations of high power communication satellites. Performed complete flight software testing and hardware/software integration. 1995 – 1996 Department of Electrical Engineering, UCLA Post-doctoral study on noise reduction techniques in semiconductor devices and fast image recognition and pattern correlation with Fourier optics. 1994 – 1995 Department of Physics, UCLA Developed an advanced algorithm for image reconstruction in highly diffusive media intended for near-infrared medical imaging. Built a prototype with other team members. The creative method can potentially make near infrared imaging a cheaper and safer alternative to X-ray based CT technology (US Patent No. 5,694,938). 1993 – 1994 Department of Physics, University of Florida & National High Magnetic Field Lab Developed the theory of electron transport process in small magnetic junctions and charge/spin separation in magnetic-superconductor junctions. 1987 – 1993 Works in graduate school, Department of Physics, UCLA Discovered universal negative magnetoresistance in hopping condition in disordered semiconductors. Developed theories for collective excitations in semiconductors, temperature scaling in quantum Hall effect, and 1/f noise in high temperature superconductors. PATENT Methodology and Apparatus for Diffuse Photon Imaging (US Patent No. 5,694,938) HORNORS Superior Team Award for HS702 operational procedure development, 1998 HSC Recognition Award for ICO flight software development, Hughes, 1997 Outstanding Physics Graduate Student, UCLA, 1993 Dean’s Fellowship, UCLA, 1992 SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS: Computers: Familiar with C, C++, ADA, FORTRAN and assembly languages; object oriented programming; MATLAB, SPICE, MATHEMATICA, Gensym G2; real-time embedded system, software testing and software/hardware integration. Engineering: network communication theory, error detection and correction codes, signal processing and control, laser and quantum electronics, microwave circuits, semiconductor physics and devices, dynamics, finite element analysis.