Dr. Jelita Asian

Professional Experience:

April 2017 – present: Software Engineer,Apikko, Indonesia
 Do the full-stack development for web based applications for Remittance.
Languages and tools used: PHP, SOAP, python, MySQL, Java, JavaScript, and AJAX.

Nov 2015 – Nov 2016: Data Scientist, Midtrans, Indonesia
 Analyze data to find some interesting patterns.
 Detect whether transactions are fraud.
 Write an API to predict gender based on names.
 Perform sentiment analysis based on Twitter feeds.
 Analyze a vendor’s website using term frequency, inverse document frequency, and
Latent Semantic Indexing.
Languages and tools used: Java, Python, TensorFlow, and R.

Jul 2011 – Nov 2015: Software Developer/Researcher/Lecturer,
Surya College of Education and Surya University, Indonesia
 Produce a stand-alone program for Indonesian and English machine translation.
 Customize the translation program for Android.
 Test, deploy the new translation system and create the documentation and manual.
 Manage five other programmers to collaborate.
 Publish two research papers.
 Prepare Introduction to Programming (C), Advanced Programming (C++), and Game
Theory lecture notes.
 Become the course administrator for Introduction to Programming and Advanced
 Prepare the course syllabuses for Artificial Intelligence subjects: Artificial Intelligence,
Machine Translation, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Search Engine,
Intelligent Robotic and Autonomous Agent, Expert System, Business Intelligence, Game
Theory, Evolutionary Computing, Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, Neuro
Fuzzy and Soft Computing, Automata, and Bio-Inspired Computing.
Languages and tools used: C#, C/C++, Visual C++, Java, Perl, Python, Pascal, Go, bash, cygwin,
Android Studio and SDK, Eclipse, scratch, HTML, CSS, and SVN.

May – Dec 2010: Software Developer, Agent Oriented Software (AOS), Australia
 Design and implement codes using newly self-learned JACK and Belief Desire Intention
logic (BDI) in very short amount of time.
 Create a GUI interface for prototyping very quickly using SVG images and PyQT also by
 Build a new IDE for a new language, C-BDI, using Xtext.
 Do research to investigate how to integrate of a newly customized language with Eclipse
and to ensure it is compliant against some safety standards.
Languages and tools used: C++, Python, Java, JACK, Eclipse, Xtext, and CVS.

Aug 2008 – Sep 2009: Software Engineer, GNS Australia, Australia.
 Manage to learn an unfamiliar field quickly with minor guidance, and prioritize tasks, as
the result, coding was completed much faster than expected.
 Master usage of packages/tools needed quickly including QT, GDB, OpenGL, valgrind,
and SVN.
 Finish a library for importing and exporting an unfamiliar finite element analysis format
based on only the manual.
 Adapt a new system based on the old system by clear understanding of what needs to stay
the same and what needs to change.
 Give initiatives to improve the system and implement them.
Languages and tools used: C, C++, Visual C++, QT, GDB, OpenGL, valgrind, SVN, and UNIX
shell scripting languages.

Feb 2008-May 2008: Software Test Engineer, Andrew Corporation, Australia
 Maintain and support existing system based on documentation.
 Master Eclipse, Rational ClearCase, and PostgreSQL within a short amount of time.
Languages and tools used: Java, JDBC, Eclipse, and PostgreSQL.

Mar 2003 – Oct 2007: PhD Candidate, RMIT University, Australia.
 Finish PhD thesis within 4 years with a few publications.
 Manage and motivate self to work independently within specified deadlines with
minimum supervision.
 Learn required skills quickly, and able to analyze and solve problems.
Languages used: C, C++, Python, PHP, Java, SQL, Perl, sed, awk, latex, and UNIX shell
scripting languages.

Jun 2002 – Feb 2003: Analyst Programmer, Exel Pte Ltd, Singapore.
 Finish different projects on time with good quality.
 Interact with both internal and external users.
Languages used: Mercator.

Jan 2001 – Jun 2002: Software Engineer, National Computer Systems Pte Ltd, Singapore.
 Work well in a team and finished several projects within deadlines.
 Learn software such as Mercator and Power Builder quickly.
 Take an initiative to improvement efficiency by writing some scripts instead of doing the
work manually and take more responsibilities from other team
Software/languages used: Mercator, Visual C++, Java, Power Builder, and COBOL.

Jun – Jul 2000: Software Developer, Illawara Technology Corporation, Wollongong,
 Master JSP and EJB quickly and finish the tasks within tight deadlines.
Language used: Java.

Jan – Feb 1999: Software Developer, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology
Organization, Lucas Heights, Australia.
 Adapt to the working environment very quickly
 Apply self-study as the language used for programming had never been learned before
Software/languages used: OVAL

PhD., Computer Science, December 2007
Thesis topic: “Effective Techniques for Indonesian Text Retrieval”
RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours), December 2000
Thesis topic: “Patchwork Watermarking”
University of Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW, Australia

Honours and Awards:
● International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS), RMIT University, Australia,
● AusAID Undergraduate Scholarship, University of Wollongong, Australia, 1997-2000
● Admitted to Golden Key Honour Society, 2000
● Dean’s Merit Award, Faculty of Informatics as the top 15% of the students in the class,
University of Wollongong, Australia, each year from 1997 to 2000
● Awarded Ross Nealon Prize in 1998 and Addison-Wesley Prize in 1997 as the top student
in the class, Faculty of Informatics, University of Wollongong, Australia


Academic Experience:
● Lecturer
– Surya University, Indonesia (July 2011 – November 2015)
● Advanced Programming (2 semesters)
● Data Structures and Algorithms (3 semesters)
● Discrete Mathematics (1 semester)
● Introduction to Computer 1 (1 semester)
● Introduction to Computer 2 (2 semesters)
● Introduction to Programming (1 semester)
● Introduction to Web Design (1 semester)
● Programming using Scratch (1 semester)

● Sessional Tutoring and Lab Assistant
-RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia (July 2003 – June2006)
● Introduction to Database (3 semesters)
● Programming Principles 2B (2 semesters)
● Security E-commerce (1 semester)

-University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia (March 2000 – November 2000)
● Introduction to C++ (2 semesters)
● Introduction to Database (1 semester)

● Trainer
-University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia
● Volunteer in teaching Nortel IT High School students to play computer software
for music (September1999)
● Volunteer in giving introduction and teaching Java to year 11 students
(September 1998)
● Paper Review
-Paper reviewed for the following conference th
● The 10 Pacific Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
(PAKDD 2006)