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I am currently seeking a Master's thesis / Internship in the areas related to Wireless sensor networks, signal processing, source coding and wireless system design. I would also like to consider internship projects which may not be immediately connected to my major (communication engineering).

Work experience


Programmer analyst

Cognizant Technology Solutions

Worked in a team of 8 supporting the datawarehousing operations of 'Hartford life insurance', Connecticut (GBD division). Primary responsibilities included supporting systems running on Informatica and mostly Oracle.


Sep 2008Present

Master of science

Chalmers tekniska hogskola

CGPA:  4/5

Courses Completed

  • Introduction to communication engineering
  • Digital communication
  • Applied signal processing
  • Wireless communication
  • Source coding
  • Statistical image analysis
  • High performance computing
  • Introduction to electronic system design
  • Fundamentals of micro- and nanotechnology
  • Computer architecture (current)
  • Optimization (current)
Mar 2008Jun 2008


Blekinge tekniska hogskola

Studied here for one study period (8 weeks) : Complex analysis and Network security


I have worked with Oracle based databases in my former employment and more recently with Sqlite and MySql.
VHDL, Matlab
I am using both of these languages in the my current courses (and past courses) and have spent a significant part of my course time working with these languages. I have also used the tools 'Modelsim' and 'Xilinx ISE' extensively for simulation and FPGA prototyping in my previous course.
I have used C/C++ since high school though irregularly and in the recent years have not written any program of significance except for the 'high performance computing' course.
I am currently using ruby to put together small utility scripts. And along with 'limelight' and 'Ruby on Rails' I am learning to put together desktop GUI applications and Web interfaces. I have also used Python for small projects, but I have recently switched to programming in Ruby exclusively.