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  1. 1. Dung Nguyen, Page 1 of 2 DUNG NGUYEN Garden Grove, California (714) 673-8357 Citizenship:U.S. Clearance:Secret QUALIFICATIONS Extensive experience in developing real-time embedded systems software, involved in all phases of software life-cycle from requirements definition, designing, coding, integration and test. Software development of C-17 Mission Computer is in Ada and C. Experience in workingand coordinating with cross-functional teams to conductroot cause analysis and resolving complex design problems. Lead and support testing Line Replaceable Unit(LRU) on simulated benches forcommercial MD11. Details-oriented and hard working with strong self-motivationand dedication to produce a high quality product in meeting projectbudget and schedule. Strong knowledge of Avionics Systems and Software Engineering - Agile Software Process, Rational Clear-quest, Clear-case and DOORStools, Mil-STD 1553 and ARINC 429 interfaces. Hardware Software Applications PASS 3200 Bus Analyzer C, Ada,Jovial,Fortran Flightplanning Mil-STD 1553, DO-178B DOORS, Clear-case,Clear-quest Mission Functions (Airdrop/Rendez-vous) ARINC 429, RS232, VME bus MS Office,Green Hills FaultManagement Mil-STD 1750A, MIPS RISC R4400 VAX/VMS, Visio Build-In Test PowerPC 7457 Unix, VxWorks DatabaseManagement Navigation PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE BOEING DEFENSE, SPACE & SECURITY (BDS) | Long Beach, CA 1992 - 2015 World's leading aerospace company with $33 billion business and 56,000 employees worldwide Principal Software Engineer| C-17 Avionics  Analyzed, Implemented and Resolved C-17 Mission Computer (a.k.a. Flight Management Computer) issues during flight test related to Performance,Display, Fault Management or Flight Planning areas.  Team leader of 5 members in Designed and Implemented C17 Data Link - Airline Operational Control (AOC) - Developed a system to allow C17 Mission Computer to Uplink/Downlinkdata to/fromTanker Airlift Control Center (TACC) MCD display which involvedDesign, Requirements, Coding and Integrating under 32-bit MIPS RISC R4400 processor in Ada.  Team leader of 5 members in Designed and Implemented C17 Future Air Navigation Systems (FANS) - Developed a system to allow C17 Mission Computer to Uplink/Downlink CPDLC data to/from the Air Traffic Control (ATC) in Ada.
  2. 2. Dung Nguyen, Page 2 of 2  Implemented Airdrop database files loading to C-17 Mission Computer to calculate Magnetic Variations based on flight path in C.  Designed and Implemented fault management task within Mission Computer to isolate LRU faults in Ada.  Developed test procedures using ATC scripts to test new functionalities and validate C-17 Mission Computer capability that meet the system requirements and Air vehicle Specifications.  Implemented logic to perform IBIT and monitored/detected faults forHead-up Display (HUD)within C17 Mission Computer in Ada.  Team leader of 5 members involvedin Requirements, Design, Coding, Integrating C-17 Mission Computer Display (MCD) – Performance(Takeoff/Landing),Navigations, Databases and Flight Planning in Ada.  C17 Communications Open System Architecture (COSA) - Developed a Task in Mission Computer to driver a new Communication/Navigation Control (CNC) displays whichinvolvedDesign, Requirements, Coding and Integrating under 32-bit PowerPC7457 processor in Ada.  Re-hosted C17 Mission Computer in JOVIAL16-bit 1750A MIL-STD processor to a 32-bit MIPS RISC R4400 processor in Ada forThroughput and Memory. Software is developed under Unix-based SUN SPARC station in Ada.  Developed test scripts to test Navigation system within Mission Computer using Automatic Test Control developed in house. MCDONNELL DOUGLAS | Long Beach, CA 1989 - 1992 Global Aerospace Manufacturing Corporation and defense contractor Sr. Software Engineer | MD-11 Simulation benches  Team leader of 7 members to Maintain, Support and Test an Avionics system composed of:Electronic Instrument System (EIS),Centralized Fault Display System CFDS), Flight Management System (FMS), Auto-Flight System (AFS) and Full Authority Digital Engine Controller (FADEC).  Workefficiently to support conformity and certificationtests with FAA at the benches as a Team lead. VAX simulated data are sent to the LRUs via VME bus. Analog and discrete are generated via VME cards in VME module. EDUCATION M. S. Computer Engineering | California State University, Long Beach B. S. Electrical Engineer | University of Southern California AWARDS/NOMINATION Silver Eagle Award for C-17 GATM4/2000