Sang Chung

Technical Skills

  • Water Resouces Engineering - HEC-RAS modelling, field surveying methods, AutoCAD.
  • Computer Programming - Visual Studio .NET environment (VB, C#), Mapwindow ActiveX GIS programming, VBA.
  • Web Development - HTML, Javascript, PHP, ASP, Flash, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Fireworks.
  • Front End Office tools - MS Excel, Word, Access, Powerpoint, and Outlook.
  • Work History

    Work History
    May 2008 - Aug 2008

    Infrastructure Management Assistant

    Regional Municipality of Waterloo

  • Performed diagnostics, documentation and programming of VB Code for the noise walls, retaining walls, fences, and guiderails master database in Microsoft Access.
  • Field Inspections of noise walls, retaining walls, fences and guiderails.
  • Sep 2007 - Dec 2007

    Engineering Trainee - Water Resources

    Totten Sims Hubicki Associates

  • Participated in a variety of water resources projects including stormwater and watershed management, hydrology, hydraulics, and stream rehabilitation.
  • Assisted in field surveying/sampling, hydraulic modelling (HEC-RAS/AutoCAD), and preparation of reports and proposals.
  • Jan 2007 - Apr 2007

    Decision Support Systems Technician

    Environment Canada
  • Programmed components for NAESI spacial decision support system in the Visual Studio .NET environment.
  • Developed components include tools for viewing and editing ESRI shapefiles, compiling and analysing GIS data tables and hydraulic modelling data.
  • May 2006 - Aug 2006

    Web Developer
  • Developed numerous HTML, Javascript, ASP/MySQL, Flash/Actionscript components for the board's internet and intranet websites.
  • Assisted in the implementation of Google Search Appliance and Outlook Web Access.
  • Sep 2005 - Dec 2005

    Assistant Web Developer

    Service Canada
  • Coded webpage components in HTML and ASP, and created graphical content for various government online courses in Macromedia Dreamweaver and Adobe Photoshop.
  • Programmed and designed the courses' interactive content in Macromedia Flash utilizing complex Actionscripts and animations.
  • Jan 2005 - Apr 2005

    Technical Officer

    Service Canada

  • Coded lengthy government documents into web pages for the intranet into xHTML.
  • Monitored quality control on existing pages to meet World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) guidelines.
  • Education

    Sep 2004 - Apr 2009

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    University of Waterloo

    Notable Technical Courses:

    • Groundwater Modelling (Numerical techniques for groundwater modelling, focusing on the understanding of fundamental principles and an appreciation of the role of models. Finite difference, finite element, and particle tracing methods applied to the solution of problems in groundwater flow, aquifer mechanics, flownet generation, and advective-dispersive transport. Proper modelling approaches, error analysis, stability, discretization constraints.)
    • Hydrology (Frequency analysis and time series analysis. Rainfall-runoff relationships. Unit hydrograph theory. Hydrologic and hydraulic routing. Hydrologic design. Rural and urban simulation models.)
    • Hydraulics (Equations for open channel flow. Dimensional analysis and modelling. Design of lined and unlined open channels. Water profile computations. Bridge and culvert hydraulics. Hydraulic structures and energy dissipators. Pumping stations. Water hammer.)
    • Lab Analysis and Field Sampling Techniques (statistics, quality assurance control, sample preservation, water/soil sampling, measurement techniques)
    • Advanced Mathematics (modelling environmental engineering processes)
    • Physical Hydrogeology (Groudwater flow, groundwater resources, groundwater protection)
    • Introduction to Environmental Assessment(Techniques for Incorporating Environmental Considerations in Planning)
    • Digital Computation (Visual Basic, VBA, Design of Efficient Numerical Algorithms for Basic Scientific Computations)