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RobinJJ

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Research student at the University of Waterloo working on security in smartphones and Pattern Analysis & Machine Intelligence. Experienced in Performance testing and scripting and has in-depth knowledge in Signal Processing, Embedded Systems, Computer Networks and Electrical Engineering.
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Performance Test Engineer

Nov 2014 - Dec 2015 (1 year)

Worked on the performance testing (Load Testing, Stress Testing, and Endurance Testing) of Web-based applications, web services, and Databases. Was involved in Test Planning and Test Strategy making processes, Work Load Modelling and preparing Test Scripts on Performance Testing Tools such as JMeter, Load Runner, and Oracle Application Testing Suite. Developed detailed reports on the performance of the applications and also provided recommendations for performance tuning.

Systems Engineer Trainee

Jun 2014 - Oct 2014 (4 months)

Trained in JAVA, MySQL, HTML, and JavaScript. Trained in Manual, Automated and Performance Testing. Developed a Java Web-Based Application using JSP and JSF. Worked on Testing tools such as UFT, Load Runner, Performance Centre, SOAPUI.

Education

Master of Applied Science (ECE)

2016 - 2017 (1 year)

B.Tech (ECE)

2010 - 2014 (4 years)

Publications

Detection of unknown applications in smartphones: A signal processing perspective

In this work, we propose a systematic and generic methodology that involves performing some signal processing techniques on the power consumption signals of different applications in smartphones to detect and separate unknown activities/applications from known ones.

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