Attended the 2007 Alumni Convention in San Jose, CA
Tell us about you:
Married with 2 sons. Live in Tracy,CA about 50 miles from San Jose.
Work with Smith & Associates, distributor of electronic components, as Sales Manager primarily dealing with DRAM/Flash memory customers.
Belong to 86-87 EE Batch with a MS EE from University of Bridgeport, CT in 1995.
For the last 12 years working in the Semiconductor, IP and Electronic components distribution industry as FAE, Product Marketing Engineer and Account Manager.
What are your hobbies?
Watching and Playing Cricket, Surfing the Internet, Power Walking, Movies, Spending time with my family.
Your favorite books?
History Of the Saracens by Syed Ameer Ali, Richard Nixon's Autiobiography,All James Hadley Chase, Robert Ludlum, Alistair Mclean novels, In the line of Fire by Pervaiz Musharaff, Friends Not Masters by Ayub Khan etc. etc.
Favorite TV Shows:
Seinfeld, Simpsons, Everybody Loves Raymond, My Name is Earl, Office, M*A*S*H, Three's Company, Two and Half Men, Rome, Curb Your Enthusiasm etc
em a current student of NED Electrical Engineering.Its really nice to read about ur career.
well sir I'm gonna start my final year project in a month time.It is a stereo vision system, what we aim to do is to develop a real time 3D movie.I read that you have experience in image processing field so you might be helpful that which algorithm should we use.8 point algo or something else ?? well we are not afraid of hardwork but our actual aim is to develop such an outstanding project that can get us admitted in universities like stanford or MIT
thnx in advance
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