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Yen Jen Chen
  • SMALL (nanobio Sensors and MicroActuators Lab)
    Department of Electrical Engineering

    Bonner Hall #318A

    University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (SUNY at Buffalo)
    Buffalo, NY 14260

  • E-mail: yjchen@buffalo.edu

  • Web-site: www.SMALL.buffalo.edu

Research at SMALL
  • SMALL member since Summer 2010

Education - B.S. ( May 2011)
  • University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (SUNY at Buffalo)

  • Major: Department of Electrical Engineering

  • Minor: Mathematics

  • Overall GPA: 3.795/4.0

  • UB Honor��s College with Provost Scholarship

  • The Engineering Society of Buffalo Scholarship

  • Dean��s List

Project Experience
  • Pulse Width Modulation (Spring 2010)
    • Using breadboard, construct a controllable reverse pulse current power supply from an operational amplifier, consisting 6 stages of amplifiers: variable square wave oscillator, integrator, comparator, adder, inverter, and voltage controlled current source (provide PSPICE simulations)
  • Tetris (Spring 2010)
    • Using the Metrowerks Code Warrior Integrated Development Environment��s ARM Developer Suite, implement the game Tetris by writing an ARM assembly language program (ARM7). The game was tested and played just like the regular Tetris game.
  • Butterfly Effect (Spring 2010)
    • Using MatLab, illustrate a behavior of a dynamic system in which small changes in the initial condition will change exponentially in time and where the system will have a great range of diverse outcomes.
Work Experience
  • Abercrombie and Fitch (06/2008-05/2009 and 06/2010-present)
    • Impact- Work on organizing the stock room, maintain quality in merchandize, team work on preparing merchandizes and bringing them to the sales floor
Technical Skill
  • Windows XP/Vista/2007, Mac OS X, VMware, Linux
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point), Visual C++, PSpice, MatLab, Maple, ARM 7 assembly language (Metrowerks Code Warrior), Auto CAD
  • The Engineering Society of Buffalo, Member
  • Zeta Pi Chapter, Eta Kappa Nu (Electrical and Computer Engineering Honor Society), Member
  • Engineers for a Sustainable World, Member
  • Leadership Certificate Program, Activity (finishing in May 2010)
    • Workings on gaining leadership skills by attending workshops that improve and provide guidance for leadership development and involving in community engagement

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