• Procurement Specialist

    at Halliburton

    March 2019 - at Present


    Manage more than 100+ urgent orders weekly that needs fast turn-around by proper prioritization. Improved delivery by 10% within 4 months and results in a near 100% delivery through detailed planning, combining similar orders, negotiation with vendor on improved delivery dates Lead the project to divert orders from Vendor A to Vendor B due to 160% order surge from 2019 Q2 trough to Q3 peak. I analyze Vendor A’s capability, capacity and lead-time, and compare with back-up Vendor B. Strategically select specific types of orders for diversion from A to B and achieved nearly 100% on-time delivery by the end of July Analyse existing vendors’ cost, pricing strategy, and potential risk of price change, and compare with Halliburton in-house cost. Support management team on cost reduction project by proposing pricing strategy to procurement manager when developing new or re-negotiating price with existing vendors

  • Product Engineer

    at Globalfoundries

    July 2017 - February 2019


    Provide solutions to yield issues of Globalfoundries’ customers. When Product A yield drops below 50%, I lead a project involving process and technology experts to brainstorm the possible root causes. Through design of experiment and data analysis by Excel and JMP, root cause narrows down to one process error. Propose the yield improvement solution, push for a process change in the responsible department and increase sort yield by 20% Initiate and program an R project to enhance employee efficiency in wafer inking. Single-handedly conduct a training session and share the project results across the department. This project save 25 working hours for each wafer lot defects inking process. Recognized and awarded by management team with ‘Peace Award’

  • Research Project Intern

    at ASTAR Institute of High Performance Computing

    August 2016 - May 2017


    Extensively study 20+ research papers on simulation and fabrication of nanoscroll structures, and validate a potential MoS2 nanoscroll fabrication method through Excel/R/VMD modeling and molecular dynamics simulations. Summarize and publish a paper as 1st author by the end of the project

  • Process & Equipment Engineer Intern

    at Micron Singapore

    January 2016 - June 2016


    Participate in a project to match 10+ types of chemical slurries to polishing processes in Micron Singapore. Collaborate with failure analysis team to analyze the raw data, summarize and deduce the possible properties of the slurries. The report is filed for future scratch reduction project Collaborate with manufacturing engineers on cost saving project. Propose an experiment plan and ensure an error-free execution. The cost-saving project saves up to 40% water usage in polishing process


  • Chartered Financial Analyst Level II Pass

    at CFA Institute

    2018 - 2018 (1 year) Singapore

  • Lean 6 Sigma Yellow Belt

    at Globalfoundries

    2018 - 2018 (1 year) Singapore

  • Bachelor Degree

    at National University of Singapore

    2013 - 2017 (4 years) Singapore


  • English Native

  • Chinese Native