I am a PhD student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NC State University. As a computer engineer, I am fascinated by how different devices and components work together to form a network. My interest have been to model how network entities interact with each other and how they affect the network's properties and performance.
I have also collected a diverse set of skills in the area of multiple antennas (MIMO) communication signal processing and digital control systems through my former master and bachelor programs, respectively. Now, I would like to put those experiences to good use, designing new schemes to improve the performance of current computer networking systems.
PhD Program, current
Sigit Aryo Pambudi has joined the PhD program at NCSU's ECE department since August 2012. His current research areas are topology modeling and performance analysis of wireless networking.
Master of Science, 2011
In October 2009, granted with the Global Leadership Scholarship Program, he became a student of Yonsei University and joined the university’s Communication Signal Processing (CSP) Laboratory until he obtained his master of science degree on August 2011. Since then, he has been investigating numerous topics on multiple antenna wireless systems.
Bachelor of Science, 2009
When he was in ITB, he took the major of Electrical Engineering with the sub-major of control engineering and obtained the degree of Sarjana Teknik (S.T.) there. He was awarded as the best student of control engineering sub-major there.
Network analysis and graph sampling (e.g., for Twitter) using NetworkX and REST APIs in Python.
Simulation of mobile ad-hoc networks in OmNet++ using INET framework for routing protocols, in conjunction with Veins and SUMO for vehicular road traffic generation.
Evaluation of queueing system disciplines (first-come first-served, shortest job first, priority-based, etc.) and shortest path problem (using Dijkstra's and Floyd-Warshall algorithms) using C language.
Trace analysis and batch processing using Python, Perl, Tcl/Tk, and Unix shell scripting.
Optimization of wireless communication systems (including MIMO) using Matlab and Simulink.
Computer programming using LC-3 in PennSim, and 8051 microcontroller programming in assembly.
Led five organization officers and presided over all organization meetings.
Promoted Indonesian art, flora, and fauna to elementary school students by participating in culture crop events held by NCSU's Office of International Services (OIS).
Prepared slides and gave lectures for weekly tutorials.
Provided pre-exam review materials, held office hours for exam preparation and programming projects, as well as graded exams and programming assignments.
Performed research for next-generation wireless networks and published technical papers.
Participated in writing a software-defined radio testbed equipment proposal that won $200,000 award from Army Research Office and is currently being built at NC State University.
Helped establish IS Journal, a scientific publication by Indonesian scholars around the globe.
Oversaw paper review, from submission to publication, in the engineering and mathematics areas.
Acted as interim editor-in-chief, and released the first journal volume in 2013.
The class was a fast-paced 60-hour letter-graded course taught by Dr. Michael A. Soderstrand, an IEEE Life Fellow, during his 2-week visit as an Adjunct Professor at Yonsei University.
Co-founded UT Korea that provides undergraduate education to thousands of Indonesian worker.
Supervised new student admission processes and handled logistic for end-semester exams.
Recruited instructor for weekly tutorials and researched solutions for internet-based learning
UT Korea has tremendously transformed the lives of many former students, from being blue-collar workers into professional actressess and entrepreneurship.
Proposed novel power allocation schemes for improving the error rate of relay-based MIMO systems, which resulted in an IEEE journal paper and a patent.
Provided ideas and assisted funding proposal writing, resulting in a grant from Bell Labs Seoul in 2010.
Installed and maintained servers and network-based storages at client companies' sites.
Addressed complaints from clients and provided practical solutions to hardware and software issues.
Optimized the coverage of 3G GSM and CDMA by carefully determining the locations of operators-shared base transceiver station (BTS) towers' locations.
Optimized locations was used as a reference for official regulations in Kabupaten Bandung district.
Designed circuits for dot-matrix displays and long-distance RS485-based communication modules.
Constructed data formats for packets exchanged between modules.
Design were used as a campus-wide vehicle entry system in ITB's main campus.