Profile

Olivier Pieters
10 December 1994
Ghent, Belgium
I'm currently entrolled in the Master of Science in Engineering at Ghent University. My main subject is Communication and Information Technology (CIT). I'm passionate about science, technology, photography and languages. A five word description of me would be: loud, enthusiastic, perfectionistic, driven and minimalistic.
Olivier Pieters

Experience

Newtec

June 2015 – August 2015

Summer Internship

Redesign and analysis (in terms of computational complexity, design complexity and performance) of existing low-pass filters for parallelised operation. These filters were implemented in VHDL and verified using ModelSim simulations and a Python test bench.

Huawei

August 2014 – September 2014

Summer Internship

The Huawei Telecom Seeds for the Future program includes both a cultural and a technical aspect. A Mandarin language training at the University of Geosciences in Beijing and an introduction to Chinese culture and historical landmarks formed the cultural aspect. The technological aspect consisted of a Huawei Training on ICT Technologies & Solutions and work experience at Huawei's Shenzen headquarter.

Skills

MATLAB
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LaTeX
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Python
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VHDL
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MS Office
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macOS
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C
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C++
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Electrical Engineering
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HTML5
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Programming (general)
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MS Windows
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Shell scripting
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Ruby on Rails
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BRIO-classic
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ModelSim
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Javascript
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Languages

Dutch
mother tongue
English
full professional proficiency
French
limited working proficiency
German
elementary proficiency
Chinese
elementary proficiency

Education

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

Communication and Information Technology

Ghent University, September 2015 – June 2017

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Ghent University, September 2012 – June 2015

Language Studies

Chinese Language

CVO Handelsschool Aalst, September 2010 – June 2012

Secondary School

Science and Mathematics

SVI Gijzegem, September 2006 – June 2012