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CURRICULUM VITAE
Jean Luc INTUMWAYASE
E-mail: intumwa@intumwa.com / jintumwa@andrew.cmu.edu
Tel: +250 (0) 788 868752
Inter...
The emergence of consumer generated media and social networks changed the way Internet is
surfed and the traditional way o...
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Fluent in computer programming languages such as Java, C++, Python, mark-up and scripting
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Jean Luc Intumwayase Resume 2014

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Jean Luc Intumwayase Resume 2014

  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE Jean Luc INTUMWAYASE E-mail: intumwa@intumwa.com / jintumwa@andrew.cmu.edu Tel: +250 (0) 788 868752 Interests: Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Cloud Computing, Big data, Graph Database. Personal profile: A hard working, self-motivated and experienced mobile / web developer with design and coding skills, as well as the ability to quickly learn new concepts to achieve new goals. Personal Details: Date of birth : 20 June 1989 Marital status : Single Nationality : Rwandese Gender : Male Educational background: August 2013, Current: Carnegie Mellon University in Rwanda (CMU-R), Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) Relevant Courses:Computer Science Principles for Practicing Engineers, Fundamentals of Computer Networks, Strategic Use of Digital Information in Enterprises, Introduction to Information Security, Introduction to Wireless Networks, Mobile Social Apps, MSIT Research project (Kinyarwanda – English translation using Statistical Machine Translation) 2010, May 2013: Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Bachelor in Computer Engineering and Information Technology (CEIT) Work Experience: Current Projects: Kinyarwanda – English translation using Statistical Machine Translation The research aims to develop a tool based on a simple factored model for Kinyarwanda to English translation using Moses SMT system. The tool will be trained and tested with available test data and in a field test setting. For the field test, a parallel corpus for the tightly restricted domain of route instructions will be developed by interviewing pedestrians and motor cycle drivers throughout Kigali. Anon Spread
  2. 2. The emergence of consumer generated media and social networks changed the way Internet is surfed and the traditional way of doing business in general. With the use of real names online, it was possible for third party applications to track users across different platforms. Reports show that many Internet users have tried to avoid online visibility by masking or removing their digital footprints. The purpose of this project is to develop an Android app that encourages the focus on the content rather than identities by sharing stories anonymously. Previous Projects: August 2011 – July 2013: In charge of development and maintenance of ‘Ishyiga Cloud’, at Algorithm Inc. June 2011 – March 2013: Chief Executive Officer at ‘INTUMWA LTD’. March 2013: Developer of ‘Logistics Distribution Path Optimization System – LDPOS’. March 2013: Participant in ‘Rwanda Robot Contest’. March 2013: Developer of Airtel Rwanda Draw Software. February 2013: Developer of Miss Gender University Online Voting Application. January 2013: Developer of ‘Ikaze Agency’ website – www.ikazeagency.rw. September 2012: Silver prize winner of the innovation competition during ‘Rwanda International Conference on Technology in Education (RICTE)’ – ricte.reb.rw/winners. July 2012: Developer of ‘Generic Student Portal (GSP)’, an online gateway that enables interaction and information tracking among students, teachers and parents – gsp.demo.intumwa.com. June 2012 – Winner of ‘Random Hacks Of Kindness (RHOK)’ in Rwanda. April 2012: Developer of ‘ePosts’, an internal mailing software used in local government institutions in Rwanda – eposts.huye.gov.rw. November 2011 – February 2012: Developer of ‘KIST Student Portal’, at Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) – ksp.kist.ac.rw – KIST was later changed to University of Rwanda / College of Science and Technology (UR/COSTECH). February 2012: Developer of ‘Health and Fitness Center’ website – healthandfitnessrwanda.com. December 2012: Developer of ‘Intumwa.com – www.intumwa.com’ news website and ‘INTUMWA LTD – ltd.intumwa.com’ website. November 2011: Developer of ‘Ishyiga Software’ website – www.ishyiga.net. November 2011: Developer of ‘Center for Education Network’ scholarship application.
  3. 3. Computing skills: Fluent in computer programming languages such as Java, C++, Python, mark-up and scripting languages such as HTML / HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, XML, PHP and structured query languages like SQL, MySQL and Derby. Language skills: Fluent in Kinyarwanda, English and French. References: Prof. Tim X. Brown Visiting Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Carnegie Mellon University in Rwanda Tel. +250 (0) 787 674 062 Email: timxb@andrew.cmu.edu Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Hedda R. Schmidtke Assistant Professor Carnegie Mellon University in Rwanda Tel. +250 (0) 786 592 482 Email: schmidtke@cmu.edu Mr. Aimable KIMENYI Chief Executive Officer Algorithm Inc. Tel. +250 (0) 788 880 066 Email: kimainyi@hotmail.com Mrs. Sylvie MBOYO ICT Director Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) Tel. +250 (0) 788 867 842 Email: dict@kist.ac.rw, sylvie.mboyo@gmail.com I declare that the information provided above is true to the best of my knowledge. Done at Kigali, on March 5, 2014 Jean Luc INTUMWAYASE

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