Data Scientist and Civil Engineer

Resume posted by junghanwang in Engineering.
Desired salary: $80,000.00
Desired position type: Full-Time
Location: Orlando Florida, United States

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Summary

Seeking an opportunity to apply and develop my statistical and engineering skills to the growing field of
statistical analysis.

Education

University of Central Florida

  • Ph.D.  Civil Engineering-Transportation Data Analysis
  • MS.     Statistics-Data Mining Track

California State University at Pomona

  • MS.     Transportation Engineering

National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

  • BBA.  Transportation Communication Management Science

Experience

Statistical Modeling

Used R to develop a comprehensive feature selection function in Federal Highway’s project based on statistical and engineering concept, drastically improving efficiency and saving 5 hours of manual model feature selection for each trial.

Software Development

Developed an R package for conducting comprehensive before-after studies (3 methods) and cross-section study (1 method) to fulfill FDOT safety project with graphical user interface using shiny package by RStudio. (https://github.com/doubleck/bastudy)

Traffic Engineering

Published 3 journal articles in the transportation field, 3 presentations, 1 traffic safety analysis report for Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT); utilized knowledge of signal design and roadway geometry design in ArcGIS along with data analysis;  frequently utilized cutting edge data mining techniques such as random forests, neural networks, and Poisson regression in R/SAS.

 

Skills

  • R (5 years experience)
  • SAS (5 years experience)
  • Tableau (2 years experience)
  • WinBUGs/Stan (2 years experience)

Specialties

    Statistical analysis, Transportation Engineering

Groups & Associations

    American Society of Highway Engineers, Institute of Transportation Engineers, Sigma Xi Full Membership

Spoken Languages

    English -- very effectively, Mandarin

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