Guojun  Zhou


14670 NW Cornell Rd., Apt 48                                                               Tel: (503) 264-1700      

Portland, OR 97229                                                                   Email:




·         Highly reliable, sensible, well-organized contributor in team environment




Sr. Software Engineer & Staff System Performance Architect 

Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, OR              (1999 to present)

·         Server performance architect: project performance for Intel future server architectures to provide guidance for architects and performance data for marketing and other executives.


Software Engineer (Intern)    Nuance Communications, Menlo Park, CA         (1998)     


Senior Hardware Engineer     Thakral Technology Pte Ltd, Singapore               (1996)


Project Engineer        Gateway Technologies Services Pte Ltd, Singapore (1994 to 1996)

·         Completed project design and development in Singapore English recognition. Enabled the team to do further research and development work in speech processing.


Software Engineer      Xinhe Electronics Inc., Beijing, China                  (1993 to 1994)


Hardware Engineer    Xinhe Electronic Audio Co., Guangdong, China   (1988 to 1990)






Adjunct Instructor      Portland State University, Portland, OR              (2001 to present)


Professional Research Assistant  University of Colorado, Boulder, CO            (1999)


Research Assistant    Duke University, Durham, NC               (1996 to 1998)

·         Conducted research on speech signal processing and applied results to automatic speech recognition and stress classification for aircraft cockpit recordings. (see Publications List)

·         Developed a telephony-based data collection station for speaker verification system.

·         Investigated new speech enhancement algorithm using auditory masking concepts.


Research Assistant    Tsinghua University, Beijing, China         (1990 to 1993)


Research Assistant    Southeast University, Nanjing, China       (1987 to 1988)

·         Designed hardware circuits based on DSP algorithms for a digital adaptive filter used for canceling interference in spread spectrum communication systems.