Computer Science version:

Philip Enrique Lim, Jr.

          University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada;
             Master of Mathematics in Computer Science
             Area of specialization and research work on extending
                 and implementing real-time support in a concurrent
                 object-oriented programming language. 
             Thesis title: "Real-Time in a Concurrent, Object-Oriented
                 Programming Environment"
             Coursework taken include:
                 -    Parallel Algorithm Design and Analysis
                 -    Wireless Distributed Computing
                 -    Cognitive Science and Cognitive Modelling (an 
                      Artificial Intelligence course)
                 -    Formal Languages and Number Theory
             Research interests include:
                 -    Real-time computing
                 -    Real-time scheduling theory
                 -    Programming language support for real-time constructs
                 -    Operating Systems (Real-time operating systems)
                 -    Concurrency and concurrent programming
          Seattle University, Seattle, WA, USA;
             Bachelor of Arts in Humanities and
             Bachelor of Science in Computer Science,
                 Minor in Mathematics
             Graduated Cum Laude with a 3.9/4.0 Comp. Sci. GPA (99% average)
             Completed college with two degrees in three years
             Senior areas of study in Computer Science include:
                 -    Artificial Intelligence (concentration on
                      genetic algorithms and various neural networks)
                 -    Database Design (study of various database
                      models and their implementation)
                 -    Image Processing
             Area of specialization and interest in Humanities include:
                 -    Technology: impact on humanity and the environment
                 -    Environmental Studies
                 -    Interpersonal Relationships
                 -    Cultural Studies
                 -    Human behavior (particularly nonverbal human behavior)
          University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA;
             Miscellaneous classes in Physics, Computer Engineering,
                 Japanese language, Psychology, and Business

          Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA;
             Complete Inorganic Chemistry sequence (full year prog.)
     Work Experience (computer related):
          Independent System Analyst and Consultant
          Involved in the analysis, design, and implementation of various
             key technologies involving E-Commerce, databases, and
             computer security.  Defined system requirements and 
             launched various cross-platform installations in various
             environments and customer-sites.  

          Microsoft Corporation, Public-Key Security, Windows 2000
          One Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA  98052, USA;
          Involved with the Secure-Channel Unit, which is responsible 
             for various internet security protocols such as the Secure 
             Sockets Layer (SSL), Transport Layer Security (TLS), and 
             Private Communication Technology (PCT).  Designed and
             implemented SSL, TLS, and PCT HTTP clients/servers, as well 
             as various applications that utilize the above security 
             protocols.  Worked on key components of the public-key 
             security infrastructure that is the basis of security for
             the Windows Server enterprise.

          University of Waterloo, Department of Computer Science
          Waterloo, ON  N2L 3G1, Canada;
          Research assistant - involved in the design and development
             of real-time extensions in a concurrent, object-oriented
             programming language (uC++, a concurrent dialect of C++).
          Teaching assistant in senior level undergraduate courses in 
             (Business) Systems Analysis, Distributed Systems, and 
             Software Engineering.
          Microsoft Corporation, Publisher Group
          One Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA  98052, USA;
          Wrote a "smart-monkey" test-program for Microsoft Publisher


     Language Familiarity:
          English             -    fluent
          French              -    basic speaking/comprehension
          Fookien (Chinese)   -    basic speaking, very basic reading/writing
          Japanese            -    very basic speaking
          Mandarin (Chinese)  -    basic speaking, very basic reading/writing
          Spanish             -    basic speaking/comprehension
          Tagalog (Filipino)  -    intermediate speaking/comprehension

     Computer Experience:
          Operating Systems / Environment Experience -
               MS/PC-DOS, Unix (Xenix, Umax, AIX, SunOS, Solaris,
               OSF1, Linux), Macintosh Operating System, VMS, OS/2, 
               Microsoft Windows Environment (including Win2K, NT, Win98, 
               Win3.x), Unix system administration (mainly with Linux)

          Programming Language Experience -
               C, C++, uC++, Modula-2/3, Pascal, Fortran, Lisp, Prolog,
               Ada, Basic (incl. Visual Basic), dBase III+/IV Language,
               Intel 80x86 Assembly, Motorola 68000 Series Assembly,
               National Semiconductor 32000 Series Assembly, Latex,
               HTML, Java, SQL, XML

          Machine Experience -
               Intel 80x86 Computer Family, Apple Macintosh Family,
               Digital Equipment Corp.'s VAX Family, Encore Multimax, 
               IBM RS/6000, Sun Sparcs, Digital Equipment Corp.'s Alpha

          Applications Software Experience -
               Wide variety of experience, especially on Unix, PC/MS-
               DOS, MS-Windows, OS/2, and Macintosh applications, from
               spreadsheets such as Microsoft Excel and Lotus 1-2-3;
               database software such as dBase II/III/III+/IV (Foxpro)
               and Paradox, Access, (also experience with SQL); desktop
               publishing such as Aldus PageMaker; wordprocessing with
               Microsoft Word and WordPerfect; CASE tools, to mathematics 
               software such as Matlab, Mathcad, and Maple.
     Honors/Achievements/Major Publications:
          Institute of Computer Research / National Research Council
             Scholarship throughout Masters program ("given to exceptional 
             PhD and to outstanding MMath students") 
          Cum Laude of undergraduate class (in both B.A. Humanities
             and B.S. Computer Science); completed undergraduate studies
             (two degrees) in three years
          Full University Presidential Scholarship (throughout
             undergraduate studies)
          Consecutively on the President's and Dean's Honor List 
             throughout university studies
          Presidential Award from Pres. George Bush for "Superb Academic 
             Fitness and Excellence" 
          Technical Publication: "Object-Oriented Real-Time Concurrency",
             to be published in OOPSLA (Object-Oriented Programming,
             Systems, Languages & Applications), October 2000 (also to be
             presented in the ACM conference in Minneapolis, 2000)
     Extra-Curricular Activities (and immediate past activities):
          Volunteer work with Union Gospel Mission, Habitat for
             Humanity, various Food Banks, ... 
          Volunteer counselor with peer-counselling network and telephone
             crisis hotline 
          Volunteer work with Washington Toxics Coalition (an
             environmental organization)
          Volunteer work with Greenery Rehabilitation Center
             (counselling patients)
          Volunteer work with Gatszer Elementary School (mentor &
          Chief Returning Officer for the Graduate Students Association
             of the University of Waterloo 
          Member of the Computer Science Club of the University of
             Waterloo, a chapter of the ACM (Association for Computing 
          HAM Radio Operator (License with the Federal Communications 
             Commission in the US, Technician level/class operator), 
             callsign KC7FHY
          In the process of obtaining instructor certification for
             Wing Chun Do Kung-fu under James DeMile (a student of
             the late Bruce Lee)
          Hobbies include basketball, baseball, tennis, table tennis, 
             running, cycling, skiing, hiking, swimming, soccer, 
             promenading, chatting, and travelling