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    • 14478005400675I come from Shanghai that is one of the biggest business metropolises in the world.-49530019050<br />Objective: Engineer in Training in Oil and Gas Industry<br />Top Ten Companies<br />3276600116205<br />ExxonMobil<br />ExxonMobil is the world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company. We hold an industry-leading inventory of global oil and gas resources. We are the world’s largest refiner and marketer of petroleum products. And our chemical company ranks among the world’s largest. But we are also a technology company, applying science and innovation to find better, safer and cleaner ways to deliver the energy the world needs.<br />Canadian Office: 237 4th Ave SW Calgary AB, T2P 0H6<br />3704590132715<br />Shell <br />Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies with around 102,000 employees in more than 100 countries and territories. The parent company of the Shell group is Royal Dutch Shell plc, which is incorporated in England and Wales. Our aim is to meet the energy needs of society, in ways that are economically, socially and environmentally viable, now and in the future.<br />Canadian Office: 400 - 4th Avenue S.W. Calgary, AB, T2P 0J4<br />Project: The Athabasca Oil Sands Project (AOSP) <br />Muskeg River Mine<br />Jackpine Mine Expansion<br />Pierre River Mine<br />Scotford Upgrader 2<br />3742690-298450BP <br />BP is one of the world's largest energy companies, providing its customers with fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, retail services and petrochemicals products for everyday items. BP has transformed: growing from a local oil company into a global energy group; employing over 96,000 people and operating in over 100 countries worldwide.<br />Canadian Office: 240- 4th Avenue SW,Calgary AB T2P 2H8<br />Projects:<br />Sunrise oil sands project a joint venture with Husky Energy to develop an in situ oil sands project<br />Mist Mountain Coalbed Gas Project assessing in BC<br />Canadian Beaufort Sea exploration acquired three offshore exploration licences<br />Employees in Canada: 1,500<br />3742690125730<br />Total <br />Total is a leading multinational energy company with 96,950 employees and operations in more than 130 countries. Together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, Total is the fifth largest publicly-traded integrated international oil and gas company in the world . Total engages in all aspects of the petroleum industry. Total is also a major actor in chemicals.<br />Canadian Office: 2900, 240 - 4 Avenue SW Calgary, AB T2P 4H4<br />Projects:<br />Joslyn current in the regulatory approval process<br />Surmont being developed through a multi-phased approach, phase 1 is in operation and phase 2 is scheduled to begin production in 2015<br />Northern Lights current in the regulatory approval process<br />Upgrader will be built in two phases<br />3581400-133350Suncor <br />Suncor Energy is an integrated energy company strategically focused on developing Canada’s Athabasca oil sands. As we responsibly develop the oil sands, we are also investing in renewable energy – wind power and biofuels.<br />Canadian Office: 112 - 4 Avenue S.W.Calgary, AB T2P 2V5<br />362902599060<br />CNRL <br />Canadian Natural is one of the largest independent crude oil and natural gas producers in the world. We have a low-cost, diversified combination of assets in North America, the North Sea and Offshore West Africa. Our balanced mix of natural gas, light oil, heavy oil, in-situ oil sands production, oil sands mining and associated upgrading facilities, represents one of the strongest and most diverse asset portfolios of any energy producer in the world.<br />Canadian Office: 2500, 855 - 2 Street S.W. Calgary, AB T2P 4J8<br />Projects:<br />Conventional Heavy Crude Oil<br />Pelican Lake Crude Oil, production is expected to peak in 2011<br />Thermal In Situ Oil Sands: Primrose/Wolf Lake Oil Sands Project<br />Conventional Light Crude Oil<br />Horizon Oil Sands, in production from early 2009<br />3875405166370<br />Imperial <br />Imperial Oil is one of the largest producers of crude oil in Canada and the country’s largest refiner and a leading marketer of petroleum products. Imperial oil has been a major contributor to the growth of the petroleum industry and to Canada’s economic and social development for more than 125 years.<br />Canadian Office: 237 Fourth Avenue S.W. Calgary, AB T2P 3M9<br />322897528575Husky Energy <br />Husky Energy Inc. is one of Canada’s largest integrated energy and energy-related companies, with upstream, midstream and downstream segments operating from Western Canada, to offshore Canada’s East Coast, the United States, China, Indonesia and Greenland.<br />Canadian Office: 707-8th Avenue SW Calgary, AB CANADA T2P 3G7<br />Projects:<br />Heavy Oil: Lloydminster<br />Oil Sands: <br />Sunrise working with BP<br />3771900305435Tucker, SAGD operation<br />Nexen <br />Nexen is a Canadian-based, global energy company growing value responsibly. We are strategically positioned in some of the world's most exciting regions: the North Sea, deep-water Gulf of Mexico, Middle East, offshore West Africa and the Canadian Athabasca oil sands.<br />Canadian Office: 801-7th Avenue S.W. Calgary, AB T2P 3P7<br />Projects:<br />Long Lake, in SAGD production from mid 2008<br />Upgrader, in production from early 2009<br />355282541275Champion Technologies <br />Champion Technologies is the fastest growing specialty chemical company offering innovative and environmentally acceptable solutions to oil & gas production problems. We deliver technical solutions that enhance productivity and improve well economics - making our customers more profitable. Our ongoing commitment to research and development has led to one of the most groundbreaking portfolios in chemical management.<br />Canadian Office: #1400, 815 - 8th Avenue S.W. Calgary, AB T2P 3P2<br />Work History<br />Winter Program Student CoordinatorJanuary 2010-March 2010<br />University of Alberta International<br />The University of Alberta believes there has never been a better time to provide an international dimension to learning, discovery and citizenship. Driven by this vision to connect with the world, University of Alberta International (UAI) works on the front line and behind the scenes to support the creation of an internationally vibrant learning and research environment. UAI works to recruit and retain international undergraduate and graduate students, offer international learning opportunities, on-campus and abroad, and develop and maintain international relationships, partnerships and projects that enhance teaching, research and community service.<br />Zhejiang Winter Program is to celebrate 10 years of partnership the University of Alberta and Zhejiang University.<br />Students will have the opportunity to explore the academic resources of the University of Alberta and experience the rich and diverse culture of Canada.  Daily English seminars will provide opportunities to engage in academic and social discussions on advanced research topics, Canadian politics and economy, and current affairs.  Students will also have the chance to meet faculty and students of various departments and an opportunity to explore research facilities available at the University of Alberta.  In addition there will be many exciting social activities, including a trip to the Rocky Mountains and the world famous Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller. <br />Duties and Responsibilities for Winter Program Student Coordinator:<br />
      • Coordinate student related activities as it relates to orientation, housing, transportation, field trips and special events
      • Provide information to students related to admission, registration, policies, special programs of study, and program requirements
      • Prepare and disseminate documents, reports and forms as it applies to the cohort of students their program of study and program activities
      • Act as a student service resource for the students
      • Work with the Manager of the Visiting Student Certificate Program to plan and coordinate special events for students
      • Provide support and communication for the department to facilitate the students educational process and lab visits
      • Communicate with the facility staff at each property when students are participating in social events
      • Attend all academic lectures, required meetings, events and activities relating to visiting students on and off campus
      • Present and explain the international education partnership program to prospective students
      • Develop and execute seminars, workshops, and events to enhance the student experience and academic performance
      • Prepare a final report including suggestions for future improvements
      733425118745<br />Lab Technician April 2009-November 2009<br />FORWARD project, University of Alberta<br />FORWARD (Forest Watershed and Riparian Disturbance) was initiated in 2001, and has research watersheds in the Swan Hills of western Canada. FORWARD is a partnership between researchers, students, forest-related companies, First Nations communities, and Provincial and Federal Governments. We collect soil, water, and vegetation data from reference, burned and experimentally harvested watersheds to develop models that can be linked directly to the management plans of our Industry Partners.<br />The models we develop predict how watershed disturbance influences the movement of water and nutrients from forests to streams. Experimental work tests hypotheses relating to watershed processes that influence boreal forest soils, biodiversity, hydrology and water quality.<br />The Forward Lab Technician operates the FORWARD laboratory at the University of Alberta in Edmonton and is responsible for overseeing water quality analyses, data entry, and lab equipment maintenance related to the FORWARD project.<br />Duties & Responsibilities:<br />
      • Conduct and oversee all FORWARD study water analyses.
      • Operate lab equipment including spectrophotometers, technicon, conductivity meter, turbidimeter, autoclaves, and drying ovens.
      • Ensure safety and laboratory procedures are adhered to.
      • Maintain high standards of cleanliness and organization of the laboratory.
      • Report to and interact with other FORWARD staff.
      • Maintain records of all FORWARD water quality data and analyses.
      I am working in the FORWARD lab.<br />Research Assistant September 2006-December 2008<br />Chemical and Materials Engineering Department, University of Alberta<br />With a global reputation for scholarship and research, the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering at the University of Alberta is recognized as one of the very best programs in North America for undergraduate and graduate learning.<br />Nature of the project: Study of the solid-state morphology of linear low-density polyethylene blown films with Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy<br />The project started from September 2006 and was sponsored by NOVA Chemicals Corporation and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). <br />In this work, orientations of crystallites and chain segments in the amorphous phase as well as the relative amounts of tie molecules (TMs) of linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) were studied. Correlations between the morphological structures and mechanical properties were also investigated. Such correlation can be used to improve physical properties of LLDPE in industry. Orientational features were determined using a tilted angle Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) technique. A new method based upon FTIR was developed to measure the relative amounts of TMs, which can hardly be done by other methods.<br />Dr. Phillip Choi and I at 57th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference35242574295Career Peer EducatorSeptember 2007-December 2008<br />CAPS: Your U of A Career Centre<br />CAPS: Your U of A Career Centre is a University student service and the source for career and employment information and expertise at the University of Alberta. We offer a number of career services and resources to assist University of Alberta students and alumni in making transitions to, and within, the world of work. We provide the essential link between those looking for work and those looking to hire. CAPS assists employers with their recruitment by helping them connect with students and alumni at the U of A.<br />Britt and I working at CAPS<br />Duties & Responsibilities for the CPE:<br />
      • Conduct individual consultations in person and online - advise clients about effective career management and work search strategies; critique clients' resumes, application forms, cover letters and teaching portfolios; conduct mock interviews and provide clients with advice to improve their interview skills.
      • Deliver workshops, seminars and presentations on a variety of career and employment-related topics, such as career management, work search, building work search tools and interview skills.
      • Assist with the set-up and delivery of career fairs and career forums.
      • Provide customer service at the CAPS Information Desks in the Students Union Building office and the HUB Career Centre.
      • Assist with the maintenance of the CAPS Resource Centre.
      • Assist with promoting CAPS to the University of Alberta community.
      • Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings.
      • Other duties as required.
      Front from left: Meagan, Avery, Erin, Sylvia, Libby, Taisa, Celine<br />Back from left: Lindsay, Jia, Yun, Glenn, Nicole, Britt, Katie, Oksana, Cameron, I, Shelly, Anna, Sheryl, Amy<br />Residence AssistantMay 2007-August 2008<br />Department of Residence Services, University of Alberta<br />We offer a variety of experiences in our residences – whether you are new to university life or in your upper years of study, if you are a student couple or have a family, we have a community for you!<br />There are over 500 students living in the HUB Mall residence. I was in charge of a Zone with 121 residents from all over the world. I have demonstrated the ability to work with people from different cultures and countries.<br /> <br />Front from left: Kiera, Monica, Maddy, Mel, Heather, Tasha<br />Back from left: I, Chris, Tadhg, Anthony, Matthew, Afram<br />We won 2007-2008 Community Award<br />Duties & Responsibilities:<br />
      • At all times displaying attitudes and behaviors consistent with those of a positive role model and mentor
      • Displaying solid academic performance and good study skills
      • Responsible use or abstinence from the use of alcohol (over-consumption, while present in residence, will result in immediate termination)
      • Monitors behaviour and immediately intervenes when behavior andor activities are identified that place students’ or staff’s health or safety at risk (unsafe or unhealthy living or working conditions, for example)
      • Effectively communicates to students the seriousness and consequences of behavior that results in intentional damage to University of Alberta property (eviction)
      • Maintaining open communication with the other RAs, RCs, and other University employees
      • Having a good working knowledge of the administration and operations of the Department of Ancillary Services
      • Fostering an open relationship between students and the administration of the residence
      • Relaying student concerns about the quality of residence life to the RCs
      • Following the reporting procedures
      • Performing check-in/check-out duties as assigned by the RCs, Housing Manager or his/her designates
      • Refrain from coordinating or promoting events that encourage a culture focused on over-consumption of alcohol
      • Encouraging students on the floor, in the zone, or in other areas of responsibility to attend academic, personal and social programs
      • Ensuring all confidential material, such as incident reports, remains confidential
      • Informing the RC of all potentially sensitive information, issues and relationships on the floor, in the zone, or in other areas of responsibility (including amongst other members of the staff team)
      • Role modeling behaviours appropriate to the University of Alberta’s Code of Student Behaviour and the relevant Residence Community Standards
      • Must attend training (including but not limited to: Fall Training, January Reflection, April Fusion, and Residence Life 202 courses), staff selection events, and regular staff team meetings
      • Must plan, promote, and attend Residence Services Orientation programs
      • Attending and actively participating in all staff meetings and one-on-one meetings with the RC
      • Programming in accordance to the Residence Services requirements and standards, while considering the specific needs of the community
      • Respond to maintenance concerns from students and assess the necessary course of action to remedy the situation.
      • Meet with students to facilitate communication regarding shared living.
      • Carry the emergency cell phone to be on call for residents after regular business hours (including weekends and holidays).
      • Be responsible for a set of master keys while on call.
      • Conduct discipline investigations as assigned by the HUB Discipline Administrator (HDA) and report to the HUB Discipline Committee as assigned by the HDA.
      • Performing other job related duties as discussed with the RC
      My supervisor Mel and I at year-end party<br />Tadhg, Ben and I at year-end party<br />Research AssistantJanuary 2006-July 2006<br />Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences<br />Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences was set up in 1958. Initially, it was engaged in the research on solid state physics and electronics. In 1964, it changed its main research direction to the application and development of infrared physics and optoelectronics. Its emphasis has been placed on the development of advanced space remote sensing, small satellite, infrared staring imaging, infrared focal plane array, optical film, miniature cooler, optoelectronic information processing and network technologies etc.. It is a high-tech institute which has made great contributions to the country.<br />One of the labs I worked at Shanghai Institute of Applied PhysicsChinese Academy of Sciences<br />My supervisor Dr. Lihua Wang and I<br />One of the labs I worked at Shanghai Institute of Applied PhysicsChinese Academy of Sciences<br />Production Engineer May 2004-August 2004, May 2005-August 2005<br />Whirlpool Shanghai Ltd.<br />Whirlpool Corporation is the world's leading manufacturer and marketer of innovative home appliances with annual sales near to $20 billion, over 70,000 employees, and approximately 70 manufacturing and technology research centers around the world. The company markets major brand names to consumers in nearly every country, its principal products being laundry appliances, home refrigeration, home cooking appliances, home dishwashers and mixers, and other household appliances. <br />My supervisor gave me very positive evaluations after my internship and she wanted to keep me after I finished school. But I chose to go abroad to have international experience.<br />My supervisor Mrs. Ying Zhou and I at Whirlpool Shanghai Ltd<br />Duties and Responsibilities:<br />
      • Perform daily/weekly/monthly safety inspections and routine maintenance in accordance of safety, reliability and market requirements.
      • Prepare design specifications for equipment upgrades and product testing.
      • Demonstrate commitment to maintaining strong communication with the operators.
      • Work with Operations and Completions Engineers to reduce overall workover costs.
      • Coordinate with the Facility Engineer for Facilities optimization opportunities.
      • Evaluate downtime and present trends; quantify opportunities for improvements to existing production.
      • Budget and track asset performance relative to production & operating expense targets.
      My office at Whirlpool Shanghai Ltd<br />Summary of Presentations<br />Engineering-related topics:<br />Study of the solid-state morphology of linear low-density polyethylene blown films with Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy<br />Study of the Application of Au Nanoparticles (Colloidal Gold) on DNA Biosensors<br />Various group meeting presentations (two Research Assistant positions and Production Engineer)<br />Career related topics:<br />Resume Working Groups<br />Acing the Interview for students in Science and Engineering<br />4.0 Resumes for Students in EducationAcing the Interview for Students in Education<br />Building a Teaching Portfolio<br />Dear Employer…How do I write better work search letters?Demystifying the grad school application process<br />Making career fairs and career forums work for you!<br />What the heck are you going to do with that? Career advice for Science students <br />Volunteer<br />Vice PresidentSeptember 2006-May 2008<br />Chinese Students and Scholar Association, University of Alberta<br />I have been very active within the student associations. I was the Vice President of the Chinese Students and Scholar Association of the University of Alberta.<br />
      • Implemented a variety of programs for students such as Orientations, Trips, Festival Events.
      • Found and kept contacts with sponsors for the association.
      • Coordinated campus campaigns, projects and initiatives.
      Tao Cheng, Ziyi Guo, I, Consul General Wu, Guofan Hao, Ying Li, Hao Wu<br />Instructor of Mandarin LanguageJanuary 2007-December 2007<br />I volunteered to teach Mandarin at SVCC Language Schools of the University of Alberta. I also volunteered as a University Ambassador in the Bridges Program of the University of Alberta.<br />Communicated and interacted with people who have different cultural backgrounds and ages.<br />Delivered lessons and presentations to an audience of 45 adults and received positive feedbacks.<br />Worked with co-instructor, also independently designed handouts and relevant materials.<br />2007 Winter Adult Mandarin Class<br />Fund RaiserJanuary 2007-May 2007<br />Success by Six<br />Success By 6 is an early childhood development initiative dedicated to providing all children with a good start in life. It helps to ensure that children ages 0 to 6 develop the emotional, social, cognitive, and physical skills they need as they enter school.<br />I was fund-raising during a hockey game at the Stadium of University of Alberta in February 2007.<br />I Love My Family<br />Mr and Mrs Liat Whistlers Peak, Jasper-8096257620My mom, my wife and I at my Convocation26670007620My dad, my mom, my wife and I at Shanghai12858753360420<br />Countries I have been to:AustriaHungaryAustraliaGermanyCanadaUnited States of AmericaFranceCountries I want to visit:ArgentinaRussiaBrazilSaudi ArabiaEgyptSouth AfricaNorwayThis is a World Citizen looking for business in the world.2008 Total Summer School, FranceParis FranceBanff Canada41910027241502914650590550028289252724150Budapest HungaryYellow Mountains ChinaTravel:-5810255909310-5810251371602914650137160<br />279082518954751133475666750035242504133850-323850-333375 -6286504086225InterestsHobbies&<br />