- Forth Co.,LTD.Embedded Software Engineer, 2009 - 2011
- University of Southern CaliforniaComputer Science, 2012 - present- Introduction to Robotics - Computer Vision - Robotics - Artificial Intelligence - Analysis of Algorithms - Software Engineering - Scientific Computing and Visualization
- KMIT'LInformation Engineering, 2005 - 2009- Data Structure and Algorithm - Microprocessor and Interface - Microprocessor and Microcontroller - Computer Network - Computer Interface - Local and Wide Area Networks - Numerical Computation - Machine Vision - Optical Communication - Multimedia Telecommunication - Internet System - Information System Analysis and Design - Operation System - Digital System Design
DARPA Turning Drones Into WiFi Hotspots | EE Times
The US military's research division is equipping aging drones used in Afghanistan and Iraq and equipment with wireless networking gear to ma
Google Contact Lens Patent Points to More Wearables | EE Times
In a filing from the US Patent office, Google is looking to create smart contact lenses that include gesture technology and blink interfaces
Watch SRI's Nimble Microrobots Cooperate to Build Structures - IEEE Spec...
Tiny robot swarms team up to create the future of manufacturing
Google's Project Tango is a smartphone with sensors to map the world aro...
Google's just announced Project Tango, a 5-inch Android smartphone prototype equipped with Kinect-like 3D sensors and other components to tr
Google's Project ARA Smartphones to Use Lattice ECP5 FPGAs | EE Times
Lattice ECP3 and ECP5 FPGAs will be used in Google's Project ARA smartphones to provide connectivity between modules and implement custom fu
Glow-in-the-dark roads hit the streets in the Netherlands
One stretch of road in the Netherlands may make you feel like you're cruising through a video game. A new glow-in-the-dark pavement has repl
Google beats Facebook to acquisition of drone maker
Google has just agreed to buy Titan Aerospace, a maker of high-altitude solar-powered drones that was in acquisition talks with Facebook jus
Patent Suggests Sony Still Sees Future for Household Robots - IEEE Spectrum
Is the Japanese electronics giant planning a return to robotics?
Swedish students cook up a way to pay with your hands
Big companies have been trying to make in-store payments with mobile devices a thing for years, which makes Frederik Leifland's approach awf
This tiny generator can power wearable devices using your body heat
Many wearables have decent enough battery life, but you know what'll make them even better? If we never have to recharge them at all. That's
NASA is looking for an alternative to battery power for its spacecraft
NASA knows that conventional battery power won't cut it at a certain point, especially when the agency's vehicles travel into deep space. To
Lattice Is Breaking the Rules With ECP5 FPGAs | EE Times
The ECP5 FPGA family has been designed from the ground up for high-volume deployment.
Mushrooms Recover Gold out of Mobile Scrap | EE Times
Researchers have developed a novel way to extract metals, specifically gold, from discarded electronics: mushrooms.
Watch filmmakers render realistic CG on the fly using $14k of graphics c...
A new short film teaser has taken digital character rendering to a new level, making real time motion capture a lot easier for animators. Wh
'Transparent' Land Rover hood shows the rubber meeting the road (video)
So far, invisibility systems for cars have been pretty lame or not terrible useful. Land Rover seems to have finally nailed it with the "tra