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Curriculum Vitae (CV) Example
Full name: PIRES, FRANCISCO Manuel Prego de Ochôa e Azevedo
Nationality: Portuguese (born in Lourenzo Marques, Mozambique)
Marital status: Married
Address: Rua Augusto Gil, 41 – 4460-211 Senhora da Hora, Porto, Portugal
Mob.: (+355) 932 687 548 / (+355) 964 644 718
Fax. : (+355) 220 125 439
My career has led me to specialize increasingly in the management of complex multi-cultural projects and their staffs at international levels. I have experience in: strategic forward-planning; operating within the tight financial disciplines imposed by ambitious budgets which I have helped to plan; methodical administration to deadlines (not to speak of crisis management where necessary); and the application of modern leadership methods (through staff motivation and involvement in both decision-making and target-setting, clarity in communication, and easy personal inter-relations). My own cosmopolitan background and analytical interests in other cultures, together with a command of several European languages, have also left me confident in handling negotiations that require the reconciliation of different national approaches to otherwise common problems.
* Familiarity with both the artistic and the commercial worlds, the culture of government, and European regulations
* Tested management techniques in both continental and British contexts
* Proven leadership and human management skills
* Budget design and monitoring
* Time-efficient, systematic working methodology
* Rapid adaptability to new problem-solving and new locations
* Languages: Portuguese, English, Spanish, French, and Italian
* IT: Word, Excel, Windows
* Clean driving license
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Fahd El Zoghat
American University of Beirut · P. O .Box 11-0236/1533, Beirut, Lebanon. · Tel 1: 00961-1-323365 (Beirut)
· Tel 2: 0096311-6820300 (Damascus) · e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Objective: To secure a promising position that offers both a challenge and a good opportunity for growth.
Date of Birth: March 26, 1975
Place of Birth: Qatana, Syria
Nationality: Syrian & Lebanese
Marital Status: Single Male
Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering, Concentration of Telecommunication Engineering (2000), Damascus University. Damascus, Syria.
Note: Ranked second among the graduates of the academic year 1999 -2000.
Master of Engineering, Computer and Communications Engineering (CCE). Thesis in Digital Image Processing. Date of graduation: June 2004, American University of Beirut A.U.B. Beirut, Lebanon.
Hardware: Z80 Microprocessor, Intel 8085 Microprocessor, Analog Design, Digital Design, RF Design, Digital signal processing, Digital image processing.
Design Tools: Function generator, oscilloscope, Digital voltmeters, and logic analyzer.
Operating System: MSDOS, Microsoft Windows, Windows NT.
Design: PSPICE, MATLAB, and MATHEMATICA
Programming Language: FORTRAN, PASCAL, Assembly
General: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Visio Technical
Fluent in Arabic and English.
Function generator design: Generating sinusoidal, triangular and rectangular small signals using digital techniques.
Ultrasonic guiding device for the Blind: The device used ultrasonic transmitters and receivers aided with the 8031 Intel processor to perform a desired algorithm. The program was written in assembly language and stored in an external EPROM chip. The project provided a clear path for the user by producing an audible signal.
Digital signal processing: Musical sound processing: Designing filters and doing all the needed simulations using MATLAB to see the frequency response, gain response and the pole-zero plot of these filters. The aim of this project is to design filters able to generate single echo, multiple echoes or infinite number of echoes for the original direct sound (input of the filter). The project included also all the needed simulations for designing comb filters, teeth filters, first order filters and shelving filters, second order filters and equalizers and high order equalizers.
Digital Image Processing: Designed an algorithm to trace the boundary of an object in a digital image, using MATLAB and then displaying the contour.
Thesis: Boundary Extraction Methods for Segmentation, Representation and Description in Digital Image Processing. The research concentrated on showing the advantages of the four-neighbor connectivity approach, which is used to trace the contour of objects, over the eight-neighbor connectivity approach in terms of the chain code’s efficiency and the compression ratio that can be achieved. Another boundary extraction method using morphological operations was developed in the research.
|Graduate Assistant||American University of Beirut||Beirut, Lebanon||2003 – 2004|
· Assisted a professor in the computer simulation of digital circuits (RC Integrators) using both PSPICE and MATLAB.
· Assisted an instructor in the area of electromagnetic fields and radar systems.
· Worked as an instructor in the Microprocessor Lab: Duties included teaching the students, correcting their reports and assisting in the assembly of electronic circuits.
· Programmed microprocessors based on the Z80 and the Intel 8085 using Assembly language.
|Teaching||American University of Beirut||Beirut, Lebanon||2002 – 2003|
|Hardware/Software Engineer||Allied System Group||Beirut, Lebanon||2000 – 2002|
|Duties included the installation and maintenance of software and hardware related products.|
|Maintenance engineer||Arabic Computer Center||Damascus, Syria.||1999 – 2000|
|Provided computer related hardware/software maintenance and support to employees throughout the company.|
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52 Orchard Street, London W2 3BT
Telephone: 020-7654 3210; Mobile: 07960 999999; E-mail: email@example.com
|1999-2001||Natural Group, Tokyo, Japan|
|A manufacturer and retailer of natural foods and supplements in Japan|
· Advised the main shop’s customers about organic and health foods
· Developed new business in smaller satellite stores, explaining the benefits of supplements and organic food to potential new customers
· Increased sales at both the main and the satellite shops. The extra profits were used to expand the business by establishing a new shop
|1997-1999||Sony Corporation, Tokyo, Japan|
|A Japanese conglomerate which develops and manufactures consumer and industrial electronic equipment world-wide|
|Administration Assistant, General Affairs Department
· Examined incoming mail and redirected this to the appropriate division
· Translated foreign letters (written in English) into Japanese
|Customs Clearance Officer, Import Division, Sony Air Cargo|
|· Completed reports (e.g. bills of entry) to facilitate the import of goods from abroad
· Dealt with customs enquiries and procedures
|Sep 2001 –||Britannia School of English, London|
|English language school; passed Cambridge First Certificate exam in June 2002|
|1993-1997||Meikai University, Chiba, Japan|
|Degree in International Relations|
Computer literate: good knowledge of Word and Excel, as well as e-mail and the internet
Fluent in Japanese; practical knowledge of English and Korean
|Date of Birth||6 January 1975|
|Work status||Student visa|
|Interests||Studying English, visiting museums, playing golf|