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									Rawiroj (Robert) Kasemsri Na Ayudhaya
รวิโรจน์ เกษมศรี ณ อยุธยา
1732 Bruckner Ct.                                               rawirojkasemsri@gmail.com
Snellville, Georgia 30078                                      (phone) 678-677-3180


   Master of Science (M.S.) in Computer Science (Honors), Georgia State University, Atlanta,
    Georgia,USA, 2005. GPA: 3.59, MS Thesis: A Survey, Taxonomy, and Analysis of Network
    Security Visualization Techniques.
   Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Computer Science (Honors, Magna Cum Laude), The Citadel
    (The Military College of South Carolina), Charleston, South Carolina, USA, 2003. GPA:
    3.70, Undergraduate Research: Analyzing Computer Security.

Academic and Working Experience

2007- Present: Lecturer, Department of Science and Technology, Phranakorn Rajabhat
               University, Bangkok, Thailand.
               Lecturer of several Information Technology classes, including Information
               Technology Consulting, Information Technology for Life Long Learning, and
               Management Information System.
  2004 – 2005: Graduate Lab Assistant / Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Computer
               Science, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
               Supervising and administrating the graduate computer lab, assisting professors in
               several courses (e.g. programming, computer graphics, etc.).
  2002 - 2003: Internship in Computer Science, South Carolina World Trade Center, Charleston,
               South Carolina, USA.
               Part of the computer/IT support team. Helped in database management, project
               proposals, and other miscellaneous activities such as idea inputs on new
               computer systems, network information, and management.
  2000 - 2001: Teaching Assistant, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, La
               Sierra University, Riverside, California, USA.
               Assisted professors in courses such as Calculus I, II, and III. Responsibilities
               included grading assignments, tests, helping prepare lectures, and assisting


   Applications: MS Office, Microsoft Visual Basic, Adobe Photoshop, 3DS Max
   Languages: C/C++, Java, PERL, OpenGL, Cg, Assembly, HTML, Visual Basic, VRML.
   Operating Systems: Windows XP/VISTA, UNIX, LINUX, Solaris.


   Scholarship/Assistantship for Masters Program, Department of Computer Science, Georgia
    State University, 2003-2005.
   The National Honor Society for International Scholars, Phi Beta Delta, The Alpha Lambda
    Chapter at Georgia State University, 2004.
   The National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, The Chapter at The Citadel, 2003.
   Distinguished Internship Program Award, The South Carolina World Trade Center, 2003.
   The Citadel Alumnus Scholarship (Frank W. Cayce, Fred J. Attaway II, Mark W. Clark), The
    Citadel, 2001-2003.
   Gold Stars Awards (Academic Excellence), The Citadel, 2001-2003.
   Dean's List Awards (Academic Excellence), The Citadel, 2001-2003.
   Dean's List of Academic Excellence Awards, La Sierra University, 1999-2001.


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