On my first work term, I worked as an assistant for a team of experts in charge of developing a new method of wood kilning in our factory. The primary type of wood species grown and manufactured in Vietnam is Acacia. This species has many disadvantages compared to other species that grow in North America or Europe as it has many defects and the tree is relatively small, with the average radius of only 15cm. So that, there is a significant difference between the characteristic of the wood in a tree and a batch. For all the automatic timber kilning controllers that we bought from popular brands such as Helios, there is no program dedicated to dry Acacia. We have to use the best alternative method that they offered, with much manual control requiring workers has to perform regularly. In short, the mission of our team is to create a standardized automatic program to use in all of our kilns for Acacia. My task is to go into the oven and collect data twice per day and analyze the trend of the moisture in the wood. After almost three months and four different batches, our team has reached a successful result. The new kilning method reduces the drying time for a batch from 25 days to 22 days, reduces the seasoning defect from 1.5 percent to 0.5 percent and reduces the electricity consumption by roughly 300.000 USD per year.