MS.SAOWANEE LERTWORASIRIKUL email@example.com Current Address: Permanent Address: Department of Product Development 11/44 Latplakhao 38, Faculty of Agro-Industry Latplakhao Rd., Ladphrao Kasetsart University, Bangkok Bangkok Thailand 10230 Thailand 10230 Tel.(662) 940-4694 (3) Tel.(662) 579-5580 (25) EDUCATION North Carolina State University / College of Engineering. Raleigh, NC Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering (Minor: Operations Research) May 2002 Overall GPA : 4.0/4.0 Honors: Academic Scholarship from Ananda-Mahidol Foundation (King Scholarship) to pursue graduate studies in USA. Elected to PHI KAPPA PHI Honor Society Elected to Omega Rho, the International Operations Research Honor Society Activities: Member of FANGroup, research group to study fuzzy logic theory and neural networks with applications to Operations research and Industrial engineering University of California at Berkeley / College of Engineering. Berkeley, CA M.S. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research. Dec 1998 Overall GPA : 3.6/4.0 Honor: Academic Scholarship from Ananda-Mahidol Foundation (King Scholarship) to pursue graduate studies in USA. Kasetsart University / Faculty of Agro-Industry/ Department of Product Development. Bangkok, Thailand B.S.(Agro-Industrial Product Development) with First Class Honors. March 1996 Overall GPA : 3.75/4.0 Honors: Academic Award. 1994-1995 Academic Scholarship. 1994-1996 Activities: Member of Academic Committee in Agro-Industry 1994. EXPERIENCE Trainee at Wan Thai Food Industry for two months. 1995 Bangkok, Thailand Analyzed production systems and launched a project to determine the correlation between temperature and concentrations of soup used for producing instant noodles. Assistant Researcher for four months. 1996 Bangkok, Thailand At the Kasetsart Agricultural and Agro-Industrial Product Improvement Institute. Collected data on rice and rice products. Research Assistant. 2000-2002 North Carolina, USA National Textile Center Project (NTC), North Carolina State University, USA Researched on integrated supply chain analysis and decision support and collaboration in softgoods E-supply chain. Teaching Assistant. 2001 North Carolina, USA Department of Industrial Engineering, North Carolina State University, USA Course: Soft computing in Operations Research Instructor. 1996-present Bangkok, Thailand Department of Product Development, Faculty of Agro-Industry, Kasetsart University. Teaching courses: Introduction to Operations Research Mathematics and Computers for everyday life Sensory Evaluation of Quality SKILLS COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE Macintosh, Windows(3.1, 95, NT 4.0), PC, basic UNIX and MS-DOS. Computer languages: C and Visual Basic. Software: Lotus123, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point, Matlab, LINDO, SPSS and AMPL. OTHER Strong quantitative and analytical skills. RELATED COURSES Graduate courses from University of California at Berkeley Berkeley, USA. Concept of Probability (Bin, Yu) Fall semester, 1997 Mathematical Programming I (Oren, S.S.) Fall semester, 1997 Applied Stochastic Process I (Ross, S.M.) Fall semester, 1997 Facilities Design and Logistics (Kaminsky, P.M.) Spring semester, 1998 Engineering Reliability (Barlow, R.E.) Spring semester, 1998 Production and Inventory Systems (Leachman, R.C.) Spring semester, 1998 Graduate courses from North Carolina State University Releigh, USA. Bayesian Decision Analysis Spring semester, 1999 Production Planing, Scheduling and Inventory Control Spring semester, 1999 Large Linear Programming System Spring semester, 1999 Capital Investment Economic Analysis Fall semester, 1999 Material Handling System Fall semester, 1999 Fuzzy Decision Making Fall semester, 1999 Computer Simulation Spring semester, 2000 Soft Computing in IE Spring semester, 2000 CIM System Design Fall semester, 2000 Human Factor System Design Fall semester, 2000 Network Flows Fall semester, 2000 Discrete Optimization Spring semester, 2001 LANGUAGES Thai and English.
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