Minghadi Suryajaya B.Eng M.Comm PhD
Sidoarjo, East Java, Indonesia
Phone: +62 821 3922 1894
To obtain a challenging and rewarding position in a progressive company, utilizing abilities developed through experience and education, with the opportunities for career growth based on the performance.
- Master of Commerce (Accounting major), University of New South Wales – awarded on 10 Dec 2004
- PhD in Mining Engineering, University of New South Wales – awarded on June 2010
- CISSP (Certified Information System Security Professional) – awarded by INFOSEC (Information Security) in 2006 – 2013
- Highly motivated and technically gifted individual, able to work on own initiative or part of a team.
- First class analytical, design, and problem solving skills. Dedicated in maintaining high-quality standards.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills with strong customer focus
- Programming languages:
- Java (incl. J2EE, JDBC, Swing), C, C++, PHP, Haskell, Perl, Python, Prolog, SQL, XML (XPath, XSLT, and others), Microsoft .NET (C++)
- Visual IDE : Visual C++ 6, Visual Studio .Net, JBuilder, Qt (Linux), Eclipse
- Design modelling tools: Rational Rose (UML), Meta Edit, Dia.
- Implementation tools: CVS, Unit Testing (JUnit)
- Database technologies: MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS Access, Oracle.
- Operating Systems: UNIX / Linux, Windows 98/2000/XP, MS DOS, Mac OS X
- Graphic design: QuarkXpress, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, 3DS Max
- Web Server: Apache, Tomcat, MS IIS, BEA WebLogic
Achievements and Awards:
- Summer Research Scholarship (Summer 2002-2003)
- UNSW Faculty of Engineering Scholarship 2004
- SimTect 2010 Best Paper Award (proceedings list)
- Represented the paper on I/ITSEC 2010 Conference “Best from Around the Globe: A Collection of the Best Papers from SimTecT and ITEC” in Orlando.
- Fluent (oral and written) in English, Indonesian, Chinese, and Javanese language.
Employment (Full Time):
Nighthawk Radiology Services
Position: Software Consultant (June 2007 – Oct 2007)
Description: Develop and maintain various workflow solutions for radiology readings solutions.
Position: Senior Security Consultant (June 2006 – June 2007)
Description: Design, implement, and maintain enterprise identity management solutions for large enterprises. Part of my duties also managing a team of consultants and liaise with other stakeholders, technical and non-tech teams.
Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney
Position: CSO Programmer (March 2005 – June 2006)
Description: Developing various educational solutions for external and internal clients. Some of the well-known clients include Bond University, Royal Institute of Surgeon, and Australian Melanoma Foundation. Part of my duties are liaise with non-technical stakeholders.
UNSW Mining Research Centre
Position: Lead Developer (Jan 2004 – March 2005)
Description: Developing a full-scale 3D simulation software system that was deployed at Newcastle mine rescue station. Responsibilities include developing 3D objects & AI logics, hardware acquisition & integration, as well as the actual deployment.
The simulator was officially launched on 8th October 2004 by NSW Minister of Industrial Relations.
UNSW School of Mining Engineering
Position: System Developer/Engineer (Dec 2002 – Feb 2003)
Description: Developing a simulation software prototype using Visual C++ and DirectX. It was used as initial demonstration of 3D simulation capability and its relevance to the training of personnel in coal industry. It leads to greater funding for the next project phase.
Health Care of Surabaya (HCoS), Mayne Health Group
Position: Web Developer (Jan – Feb 2002, contract-based)
Description: Design, develop and deployed a fully improved website in two months during 2001/02 summer vacation. Improvement resulted in better customer service and better corporate image (multilingual and more user-friendly web interface)
Other Employment (Casual):
University of New South Wales
Database System (COMP 3311) Tutor (2002 and 2003)
Working as casual tutor teaching some tutorial classes throughout the semester on various database topics, including structuring business entities, database engine implementation and integration to other platform including PHP.
University of New South Wales
E-commerce Implementations (COMP 9316) Tutor (2003 and 2004)
Providing assistance and mentorship to groups of advanced class students in developing an end-to-end e-commerce solutions as part of the course assignment. The course was teaching J2EE framework and its implementations using various technologies such as JUnit, BEA WebLogic, and Ant.
- Dr. John Shepherd (COMP 3311 Lecturer for 2002 s2 & 2003 s1 and Thesis Supervisor during Undegraduate study)
- Bramuli Kosasih (HCoS) – Head of Information System Department
- (other referees and their contact details are available if necessary)