Han Zheng
Curriculum Vitae

 Personal Details
 Term Address  Trinity College
 Cambridge
 CB2 1TQ
 The United Kingdom
 Home Address  Room 202, Building 203,
 Lane 3671,
 North Zhongshan Road,
 Shanghai, 200062,
 P.R. China
 Telephone  (01223) 515918
 Email  hz211@cam.ac.uk  Home Phone  (8621) 62450074
 Gender  Male  Date of Birth  18/03/1980
 Marital Status  Single  Nationality  Chinese (P.R. China)
 Homepage   http://www.oocities.org/hz211/index.html

 Education
 1999-2002  Trinity College, Cambridge University
 Reading : First Class B.A. (Hon.) / CS ( Computer Science Tripos )
 1998-1999  Shanghai Jiao Tong University
 Reading for : BSc (Hon.)+MSc ( Electronics and Information Sciences )
 1995-1998  No. 2 Secondary School Attached to East China Normal University
 Reading : Senior Secondary School ( National Science Class )
 1991-1995  No. 2 Secondary School Attached to East China Normal University
 Reading : Junior Secondary School

 Computing Skills
Understanding of Hardware
Experienced in MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, Windows 9x/NT/2000 and UNIX/Linux Platforms
Proficient in Microsoft Office (especially in Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
Competent in programming in a variety of programming languages including BASIC, PASCAL, FOXBASE, FOXPRO, ML, C, C++, JAVA and Python as well as some Assembler
Experienced in HTML, JavaScript, LaTeX and general XML
Skilled in Information Retrieval and the Internet (and Internet-related servers and applications), and experienced in low level socket programming
Skilled in CORBA and CORBA to C++ and Python language mappings, in particular omniORB and omniORBpy by AT&T Laboratories Cambridge
Understanding of information transmission protocols
Experienced in Mobile Internet Technology
Familiar with SQL database

 Academic Achievements
Achieved First again in the CST Part II final exams (2002)
Achieved Top First (second place) again in the second year Part IB exams (2001)
Elected again Senior Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge University (2001)
Awarded again the Examination Prize by Trinity College, Cambridge University (2001)
Achieved Top First (first place) in the first year Part IA exams (2000)
Awarded the status of Fellow of the Cambridge Overseas Society (2000)
Elected Senior Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge University (2000)
Awarded the Examination Prize by Trinity College, Cambridge University (2000)
Awarded the Data Connection Prize for the excellent achievements (2000)
Awarded a Jardine scholarship (full scholarship) by the Jardine Foundation to read Computer Science in Trinity College, Cambridge University (1999-2002)
Elected Honorary Cambridge Overseas Trust Scholar (1999)
Achieved A A A for A-level Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry (1998)
Offered a place in the Honours Class in Shanghai Jiao Tong University to read Electronics and Information Sciences for BSc (Hons.) + MSc joint degree due to First Place achievement in the Admission Examinations (1998)
Exempt from the General Graduation Examination for Senior Secondary School Students (1998)
Awarded a place in the National Science Class in No. 2 Secondary School Attached to East China Normal University due to 4th Place achievement in the National Admission Examinations (1995-1998)
Offered a place in the Regional Science Class in No. 2 Secondary School Attached to East China Normal University due to First Place achievement in the Regional Admission Examinations (1995-1998)
Exempt from the General Graduation Examination for Junior Secondary School Students (1995)
Exempt from the General Graduation Examination for Primary School Students (1991)

 Employment History
July 2001 -- September 2001
AT&T Laboratories Cambridge Ltd
24a Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1QA, UK
http://www.uk.research.att.com
Summer Internee working in the CLAN (Collapsed LAN) project group on automatic network topology discovery and network management.

July 2000 -- September 2000
Peramon Technology Limited
Priory Court, Reading, RG7 2BJ, UK
Summer Internee working as a mobile Internet software developer.
http://www.peramon.com -- company website
http://www.themobilizer.com -- WAP Portal demonstration site
Responsibilities:
1. Building up and maintaining (upgrading) the company's demonstration system.
2. Developing new WAP application features.
(1) SMS inbound message (command) processing
(2) WAP calendar service

 Additional Skills
v Rapid Learning leaping in at the deep end; fast familiarization with technology
v Responsibility everything assigned taken seriously
v Team Work ability to work well both individually and in a team

 Interests and Hobbies
Playing Badminton and Chess
Reading Classic Novels and Science Fictions
Going for countryside walks
Travelling: I have been to Portugal, Spain, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and the UK
Reading issues about computer science
Dismantle and Assemble electrical appliances
Trying out new software and surfing the Internet
Helping people out with difficulties if I can

 Experiences
o Computer Science Tripos Group Project and Personal Project
My CST Part IB Group Project was building a Lottery Server.  Coding was done in Java.  I was the chief programmer.
My CST Part II Personal Project was writing "Visual Manipulation Packages for the CVIeditor".  CVIeditor is a smart image editor based on a stable image segmentation scheme developed in AT&T Laboratories Cambridge.  My work was to create a Panorama Mosaicing Tool, a Colour Corona Correction Tool and a Local Morphing Tool for the CVIeditor.
o Cambridge University Scientific Society Membership Secretary
I was elected Membership Secretary on the Executive Committee of the CU Scientific Society as a first year student, and re-elected in the second year and third year.  I am in charge of all the electronic resources and the database of the whole society.
o Voluntary Demonstrator for the National Science Week in Cambridge
I offered to be a voluntary demonstrator for the experiment 'Mini Explosion' for the National Science Week in Cambridge held on 18 March 2000, my birthday, which involved working with children and getting them to understand experimental results.
o Monitor of Class
I was the monitor of class for various classes from Junior Three (1994) until First Year in Shanghai Jiao Tong University (1999), i.e. for five years running.
o Secondary School Magazine
I was Co-Editor of PORTRAIT, the School Magazine of my Secondary School, and author of some of the articles.

 Referees
Dr. A. C. Norman (Director of Studies)
Computer Laboratory
University of Cambridge
Trinity College
CAMBRIDGE
CB2 1TQ
Email: acn1@cam.ac.uk
Mr. Martin Barrett (Previous Employer)
R & D Technical Officer
Peramon Technology Limited
Priory Court
READING
RG7 2BJ
Email: martin.barrett@peramon.com

Problems or feedback: hz211@cam.ac.uk.
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