Topics: Computer, Computer science, Software engineering Pages: 2 (423 words) Published: July 3, 2013

I graduated from JNTU University in June 2011 with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE). I have been planning a career in Computer sciences for several years, but as an undergraduate I concentrated on getting a solid background in Computer and Electronics. After graduation, I took a job to allow myself time to thoroughly think through my plans and to expose myself to a variety of work situations. This strategy has been very valuable to me in rounding out my career plans. During the past 18 months I have had professional experience with computers in a wide array of business applications. This has stimulated me to think about ways in which computers could be used for scientific research. One idea that particularly fascinates me is mathematical modeling of natural systems, and I think those kinds of techniques could be put to good use in geological science. I have always enjoyed and been strong in areas that require logical, analytical thought, and I am anxious to combine my interest in earth science with my knowledge of, and aptitude for, computer-related work. I have had both lecture/lab and field courses in Electronics, as well as dealing with Computer courses, and I am very interested in the Computer science. I would like to explore Artificial intelligence and Software Engineering further at the graduate level. I am also interested in learning more about Database management systems. I plan to focus on all these areas in graduate school while at the same time continuing to build up my overall knowledge of computer science. My ultimate academic goal is to earn a Ph.D., but enrolling first in a master's program will enable me to explore my various interests and make a more informed decision about which specific discipline I will want to study in depth. As far as long-term plans, I hope to get a position at a university or other institution where I can indulge my primary impulse, which is to be...
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