VSN is a firm that assigns engineers to various companies according to their needs.
Assigned to Honda.Co., Ltd. (from Jan. 2005 to July 2006)
While at Honda, I conducted performance analysis of engine cooling systems with three-dimensional CFD software: SCRYU/Tetra (http://www.cradle.co.jp/en/index.htm), VECTIS (http://www.ricardo.com/en-gb/Software/Training/VECTIS/), and strain analysis of engine cylinder parts with CAE software: CATIA V5 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CATIA). My communication skills in English were needed here to explain FEM software operating bugs and remedies to technical service engineers from oversees. I became an expert in time management at Honda, as allowable overtime is strictly monitored. Efficiently running multiple tasks on simulation software helped me to stay productive. I was also able to recognize imperfections in the simulation software, and make appropriate adjustments in a timely fashion.
Assigned to Tohoku Pioneer.Co., Ltd. (from April 2004 to December 2004)
I played a key role in establishing effective lines of communication with residential engineers in Europe and Thailand regarding product quality. This required me to interpret and translate technical information from the Japanese engineers at Pioneer. My success in providing effective quality control support was due to my ability to accurately translate and provide pertinent information using electric circuit diagrams, theories and systems to troubleshoot and assist in problem solving. In addition, I regularly generated quality control management reports for our clients. By becoming skilled in the use of the oscirograph, solder point and dryers, I was able to replace defective IC parts, which allowed me to successfully repair defective circuit boards.