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Mukul Sharma

3800 SW 34 St., Apt. S165 • Gainesville, FL 32608 • • 213-595-5395

Objective Seeking a challenging position as a Software Developer.

Education Master of Science in Computer Science May 2010

University of Florida (GPA – 3.88/4.00)

Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering May 2007

YMCA Institute of Engineering, India

Experience Centre for High Performance Embedded Systems, NTU, Singapore August 2007 – June 2008

Embedded Systems Intern (Team Size – 5)

• Ported Cairographics 2D graphics library and Lua Programming Language over SH7727 T-Engine.
• Developed Dynamic Power Management Device Driver and Subsystem for SH7727 T-Engine in an effort
to bring ACPI to embedded systems.
• Modified Device Drivers for Infineon Tri-Core Board to follow T-Kernel Specifications.
• Wrote several articles on T-Kernel Device Drivers and Subsystems at

Quantum Inventions, Singapore January 2008 – June 2008

Software Engineering Intern (Team Size – 3)
• Developed a Database based Static Cache for Routing Server under QORS Project reducing query time
by 60%. Responsibilities included data preparation and SQLite database integration.
• Performed Map Harmonization of Singapore Road Maps enabling efficient navigation and routing.

Media Lab Asia, New Delhi, India June 2006 – December 2006
Software Engineering Intern (Team Size – 7)
• Designed and Programmed a Child Healthcare and Disease Recognition application for AMIDA Simputer
devices using Open Alchemy User Interface.
• Deployed the project successfully in Ballabgarh Village, India in collaboration with AIIMS.

Projects Compiler Design January 2010 – Present

• Designed and Programmed Compiler for a simple version of Scheme comprising of Lexer, Parser, Syntax
Tree Builder, etc.

Database System Implementation January 2010 – Present

• Designed and Implemented various functional modules of an Object Oriented Database including Heap
and Sorted file representations, external sorting, etc.

Mobile Networking January 2009 – Present

• Prototyped a handheld (N810) device based Emergency Message Transfer Application Architecture.
• Designed Trust Model to identify friends from foes based on trace data collected over period of usage.

Android Software Development June 2009

• Developed application (QTRAF) displaying traffic, accidents and road block information for Singapore.
• Work involved GUI Design and Backend Handling.

Operating Systems and Network Security October 2008 – February 2009

• Studied and Implemented a Distributed Minimum Spanning Tree Algorithm for Leader Election.
• Programmed a Multithreaded Server-Client Model and “Java-Linda” using Java RMI.
• Proposed and simulated a variant of Secure FTP promising better in-built security features.

Skills Platforms: Windows, Unix, TRON/T-Kernel, Android.

Languages: C, C++, Ruby, Java, SQL
Others: Socket Programming. Multi-threaded Programming, Cairographics, MATLAB

Leadership Team Asha Coordinator for UFlorida Chapter of Asha for Education. August 2009 – Present
Technical Secretary of YMCA Institute of Engineering, India. August 2006 – May 2007

Honors Scored a perfect 4.0 GPA while enrolled full time at University of Florida. Spring 2009, Fall 2009
& Awards Awarded merit scholarship for 2 semesters at YMCA Institute of Engineering. Fall 2003, Spring 2004

References Available on Request.