Name: Course: Tutor: Date: Personal Statement The turning point in my life was when I attended an exhibition at the Hong Kong big Site during a two-month backpacking trip in my sophomore year of university. At that time I was immensely impressed by the hardware which provided location information to the disabled people. Since discovering that the device had been created by integrating GPS and RFID technology I have taken an avid interest in further exploring RFID technology. RFID technology has a high potential for application and prosperous future. I am eager to be involved in the active preparations were being done underway nationwide to apply this technology in various industries. While experiencing this I of RFID technology which is one of the growth factors driving development projects out of the government’s IT 839 policy beginning in 2007. I want to work with the coalitions between universities and corporations that are would form with the expected 2009 passage of the Korea-US FTA. I would like to design research plans that can significantly contribute to the global industrial service in the ubiquitous era in Korea and the US. I believe that I have strong foundational skills in this area that would allow me to contribute to the academic community as I engage in the solid research tradition that will help me develop the technical expertise I need to achieve my goals. [...]
Please note that the Personal History Statement should not duplicate the Statement of Purpose. In an essay, discuss how your personal background informs your decision to pursue a graduate degree. Please include any educational, familial, cultural, economic, or social experiences, challenges, or opportunities relevant to your academic journey; how you might contribute to social or cultural diversity within your chosen field; and/or how you might serve educationally underrepresented segments of society with your degree.