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     Date Submitted:06-06-2011
     Last Modified:06-06-2011 (02:03)
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     Current job:Scientist (optical)
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsOptical Engineering, Optical Design, ZEMAX, OSLO
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    PROFESSIONAL SYNOPSIS

     ·  A Keen implementer with skills in conceptualising and initialising the process to enhance efficiency of operations.

    ·   Skilled at handling multiple tasks/projects simultaneously in challenging environments with excellent team spirit and management skills.

    TECHNICAL SKILLS

     ZEMAX, TracePro,  MATLAB, ASAP, LAB VIEW, OSLO Premium

     
    COMPUTER PROFICIENCY

    Operating systems         :  Windows, Linux (learning stage)

    Languages                      :  C, C++, JAVA, .NET, Oracle, RDBMS, Unix, Data Structure

    Package                           :  Mathematica, Origin

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     Organization:  Laser Science and Technology Centre (DRDO), INDIA 

    Designation:   Scientist

    Duration:        June2009-till date

     

    ASSIGNMENTS

    • Designing Beam expander for various LASER systems e.g.High power Co2 and ND:YAG laser.
    • Design, fabrication and testing aspheric and other key optical components and devices.
    • Provide ZEMAX consultancy as well as training.
    •  Hands on experience at NANOFORM 250-Single Point Diamond Turning Machine (SPDT), Coherence Correlation Interferometer (CCI) and Form Talysurf manufactured by Taylor Hobson.
    • Working Experience on various lasers like argon Laser, He-cd Laser, Coherent verdi laser etc. and interferometers such as Zygo, Michelson, Linik, Mireau etc. and Optical Profilometer. Optical Parametric Oscillator, High Power Co2 Laser etc.

    ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

      Master of Technology(M. Tech.)             Applied Optics, May 2008

                                                                      Institute: Indian Institute of Technology  (IIT) Delhi, India

                                                                      CGPA: 9.45/10

     

    Master of Science (M. Sc.)                      Physics, June 2006

                                                                      University: University Of Delhi, India

     

    Bachelor of Science(B. Sc.)                   Physics, June 2004

                                                                             University: University Of Delhi, India

     


    SCHOLARSHIPS/AWARDS/POSITIONS HELD

    • MHRD (Govt. of India) Scholarship at IIT Delhi during M.Tech. Programme.
    • Qualified GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) 2002 with all India rank (AIR) 233.
    • Qualified CSIR-UGC JRF (Junior Research Fellow) and received scholarship.
    • Qualified JEST- 2008 with 89 percentile.


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