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Om Kale

Alumni of Georgia Institute of Technology
I am actively looking for a full-time position utilizing my skills in the areas of computer systems and networking, wireless communication and network security beginning January 2016. Being a Master's student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech, I am fond of path breaking technology, especially in computer science. My major interests in computer networks include routing and switching, security, software defined networking and virtualization. On account of my undergraduate coursework in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering and my summer internship at Qualcomm Research , I have a strong background in wireless communication especially WiFi technologies. I thrive when working in teams, but at the same time enjoy the satisfaction of individual hard work and achieving productive results.
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Om Kale Receives Degree from Georgia Tech

Om Kale of Mumbai, India, was among approximately 2,400 undergraduate and graduate students who received degrees during Georgia Tech's 250th commencement exercises on December 11-12 at the McCamish...

January, 25 2016 - Verified by Georgia Institute of Technology
Eta Kappa Nu (HKN)
Tech Beautification Day (TBD) is a student-run, non-profit organization and I participated in its 17th anniversary, in March 2015, by helping beautify Georgia Tech's campus. Over 1,000 students, alumni, and faculty are a part of this event every year. It is a fun day of service where the Georgia Tech community comes together to complete philanthropic projects such as planting trees, spreading pine straw, painting murals, etc on campus.
Spring 2015 - Summer 2015 - Georgia Institute of Technology
Interim Engineering Intern at QUALCOMM Inc. (QCOM)
I was a part of Qualcomm Corporate Research and Development under the System Integration Team. Worked on the development of a prototype for a new Wi-Fi technology. Involved in validating the performance of this prototype by integrating both hardware and software and verifying simulation and laboratory results. Built a custom end-to-end automation framework for this new prototype's performance testing. Additionally, wrote python modules for automating Spirent's wireless channel emulators like VR5 and SR5500 that could be used by different system integration teams across Qualcomm Research.
May 2015 - August 2015


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