Ms. Shemyakina has strong skills in software design for middle- and large-scale projects. Her considerable knowledge of structure and object-oriented design methodologies has proven to be a valuable asset to our company. Her primary project at TelePro includes a large application for a glass manufacturer that supports paperless system of monitoring glass properties as they are adapted for various special uses. All process and shipping data is acquired and reported by this database. Another major product Ms. Shemyakina developed for TelePro is a laundry card database system that replaces the traditional coin-operated Laundromat. This card system provides total automated store management. Customers dispense or add value to their own cards via touch screen instructions. Other store functions include employee time clock, equipment service information, and complete cash control. Remote accessibility provides managers with up to the minute transaction information, dynamic pricing, and customer rewards, available through a standard Internet browser and a set of secure web pages.
Ms. Shemyakina has over ten years experience, working as a software engineer at the United Institute of Geology, Geophysics, and Mineralogy, and the International Center of Artificial Intelligence (both organizations are part of the Russian Academy of Science), as well as doing financial application design for Sibilant, Inc. Her work at these sites included projects such as the following: paleontology data analysis and interpretation graphical user interface for geology databases pattern recognition and data analysis of APIs expert system engine design and development.
M.S./Computer Science, Novosibirsk State University, College of Applied Mathematics, Russia, 1981.