- 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
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