My Name is Aung San U. The eldest son of General Aung San, Father of the Nation of modern-day Myanmar.

I did my Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (B.S.E.E.) and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (M.S.E.E.) degrees in UK. I worked for a couple of years at telecommunication laboratories of ITT (International Telephone & Telegraph). I had job offer with ITT in USA in the field of microelectronics and moved to Florida. Back in the early seventies, the microelectronic technology was evolving very rapidly and competition was fierce. Moving from company to another company, and from state to another state as the jobs demanded was quite normal. My working experiences included employment with a few Fortune 500 companies. I had publications regarding R&D results with top rated science and technology journals. I got married to a Myanmar in California and settled there. She is Lei Lei Nwe Thein, a well known writer in Myanmar.  My beginning job with the US Navy was at the Materials Engineering Lab, North Island, San Diego, an aircraft carrier base. I received Employee of year award for 1991 from my department. For my last project before retirement, I was involved with the CMM (Capability Maturity Model, see Web for details) training program that the US Defense Forces were instituting for their software development programs, capable of supporting up to their highest space and nuclear technologies.