School Address: Natalie Manting Lao Home Address:
Rm. 413, 405 Memorial Dr. 6565 Chanticleer Ct.
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  • 1. School Address: Natalie Manting Lao Home Address: Rm. 413, 405 Memorial Dr. 6565 Chanticleer Ct. Cambridge, MA 02139 (617) 866-8304 Westerville, OH 43082 EDUCATION Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA Candidate for Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science June 2016 Gordon-MIT Engineering Leadership Program | MIT Undergraduate Engineering Practice Opportunities Program (UPOP) GPA: 4.8 Relevant Coursework: Software Construction, Computational Structures, Circuits and Electronics, Signals and Systems, Computer Graphics, Building Mobile Apps, Engineering Innovation and Design, Machine Learning EXPERIENCE Google, Wireless Access & Energy Mountain View, CA Associate Product Manager Intern May 2015 – Present  Work with PM, UI/UX, and Engineers to design, prioritize, and ship features for new product launching in August 2015 Mobile Medical Platform Project: MIT Microsystems Technology Laboratories Cambridge, MA SuperUROP Advanced Undergraduate Research, MediaTek Scholar, Prof. Anantha Chandrakasan Aug. 2014 – May 2015  Worked on a team of three and consulted with medical professionals and NPO Ekal Vidyalaya to develop and test a complete mobile health suite with a mobile app, medical sensors, and a solar power system for use in rural, developing areas  Developed Android app for efficient health record collection, analysis, and Cloud storage for rural healthcare providers  Designed and built IoT medical devices to interface to the app; implemented signal compression algorithms over BLE on NRF51822 microcontroller with ADS1298 electrocardiogram to minimize power consumption General Electric Company, Power & Water: GE Renewables Schenectady, NY Field Services & Mobile Lead; Information Technology Leadership Program June – Aug. 2014  Led rollout transition of iOS application to replace MC75 devices for all domestic U.S. GE wind farm turbine components receivers: Created transitional adoption program strategies, trained end users and contractors, and leveraged feedback.  Managed on-site pilot in Limon, Colorado, where site productivity increased by 2.5 hr/turbine and 20+ hr/week/site, amounting to over 1.2 million dollars per week  Project manager for Blade Inspection iPad app. Planned weekly sprint cycles for remote development teams, facilitated daily Scrum meetings, led product testing & UAT, and bid Phase II to vendors  Won "Outstanding Intern Award"; my iOS wind farm program is currently being deployed internationally across all GE sites Appian Corporation Reston, VA End User Mobile Team Extern: Android and Google Glass Developer Jan. 2014  Developed software on a team of seven Android and iPhone software developers and quality control engineers in Scrum methodology. Agile software development framework with 2-week sprint cycles  Added label-positioning feature to the Android mobile app: wrote JUnit tests, underwent rigorous peer review & testing  Planned and developed an initial Google Glass version of the mobile app product with GDK: menus, voice input, camera MIT Systems Engineering Advancement Research Initiative Cambridge, MA Undergraduate Researcher, Game Developer for Space Tug Skirmish Summer 2013  Worked on a team of four to transfer an educational systems board game into an interactive software multiplayer version  Leveraged Unity 3D Game Engine with C# to animate and link online networking with client-server model and data logging  Designed the layout, flow, and visual elements of gameplay; composed musical soundtracks in GarageBand LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITES IEEE & ACM – MIT Branch, President, Led Global Exchange Initiative to CERN Sep. 2012 – Present MIT Varsity Women’s Fencing Team, NCAA Traveling Squad Member, Junior Olympics 2012 – 2014 MIT USAGE Advisor, Committee of undergraduates and administrators for MIT EECS Department August 2013 – Present AWARDS MIT Graphics Competition, "Virtual Character Real Time Motion Capture with Microsoft Kinect" 2013 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, Finalist "SmartGrid Energy Research" 2011 Ohio Governor's Award for Excellence in Energy Research, "Incorporating Wind Energy in Today's Grid" 2010 RELEVANT SKILLS Proficient: Java, C#, C++, Python, MATLAB, OpenGL, GitHub, Apache SVN, Unity Game Engine, LaTex, Photoshop Worked with: Windows, Mac-OS X, and Linux (Ubuntu) Languages: English (native fluency), Mandarin Chinese (working proficiency), Spanish (intermediate)

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