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   Quy Ho
   Software Engineer
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
North Tustin, California
United States Of America
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High School: Leuzinger High School, Lawndale,  CA
B.S, Computer Science, Cal Poly Pomona, CA

Background Information
I joined JPL as an intern in 1991 while I was still a student at Cal Poly. After completing my Bachelor degree in March of 1992, I became a full time JPL employee. I worked on the Cassini mission developing ground support equipment software for the CDS (Command Data Subsystem). I left JPL in 1995 to join Air-Shields (now taken over by Hill-Rom) developing medical software. I returned to JPL in 1997 to work on GeoSAR project developing flight software. After completing GeoSAR development in 1999, I joined the Misssion Software group to develop the new Uplink software. In 2000, I joined the MER flight software team.

Contributions to Mars Exploration

I'm currently working on the MSAP (Multi-Mission System Architectural Platform) flight software which hopefully will be used by MSL (Mars Science Laboratory) and other future projects. [more contributions ...]
Personal Reflections

content image for personal reflections section I love to do many things... I'm into all kind of sports (basketball, volleyball, ping pong, pool, badminton, and karate). I'm currently concentrating on karate. I also go offroad, skiing, and camping with my family from time to time. [more personal reflections ...]