I'm working on the new LinkedIn iOS app. So far I've worked on the search experience, notifications, deep linking, and cross promotions. It's a lot of fun!
I worked in the WiFi Display team. My main work was improving the efficiency of audio/video streaming in WiFi Display. I utilized RTCP to adjust the streaming bitrate and predict imminent packet loss. I also utilized RTCP NACK to request a retransmission of a packet that has been lost, while being careful not to cause unnecessary duplicate packets. Near the end of my internship, I implemented some portion of C++ standard library.
I worked for Dr. Alex Orailoglu to help him run CSE 140(L). I helped students in their lab assignments, graded their submissions, and wrote some of the exam questions. The lab assignments were done in LogicWorks 5 and Verilog.
I developed new features for EPIQ's
web-based procurement software. I was responsible for both front-end and back-end of the
I created a user-friendly survey editor that can be used for a company to create sophisticated and interactive surveys
to be sent to potential suppliers, and I also created the page where the survey receivers read and answer the survey.
I was the president of San Diego Indonesian Student Association (SADIS), which is a social student organization at UCSD that helps Indonesian students connect with each other and shares Indonesian culture to UCSD. I created events, such as social gathering and fundraising, and managed meetings that controlled the organization. I also held a weekly workshop for the U.S. Navy in their San Diego Naval Base to teach them about Indonesian culture and language before their mission to Indonesia.
I tutored for Dr. Elizabeth Simon's CSE 3 course, which was an introductory computer science class. I helped students - some of them were from non-technical background - to understand the concepts of programming. The programming was done in a simple and fun language, Alice.