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     Date Submitted:13-04-2012
     Last Modified:13-04-2012 (08:44)
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     Current job:ALMA Antenna Array Operator
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     Keywordsmulti tasking, knowledge on a physics base. Scientific computing, electronic, linux, python scripting, use of sci libraries
    CV

    RESUME

    Born March 15, 1962, Santiago, Chile

    Marital Status Married, two children

    Nationality Chilean

    Education

    1985 – 1991 Degree in Sciences (Licenciatura), Faculty of Sciences, Universidad de Chile. Physicist

    1976 – 1979 “Liceo Industrial Anglo Chileno de Electrotecnia”. Electronics Technician

    Recent Work Experience

    March 7th 2007 – present: Antenna Array Operator in ALMA.

    May 2002 – February 2007: In charge of the Electro Technologies Laboratory, Faculty of Engineering, U. de Chile

    Past Work Experience

    April 1996 –April 2002: In charge of the Electromagnetism Laboratory, Physics Department, Faculty of Engineering, Universidad de Chile

    February – October 2000: Part time research assistant of Professor Alejandro Clocchiatti at U. Católica de Chile

    June 1995-March 1996: Instrument Operator, 3.6m NTT, ESO

    May 1992 - May 1995: Research Assistant, 'Calan Tololo' Supernovae Project, Fondecyt 92-0312. This project was recognized as a significant contribution to the Science that led to the Nobel Prize in Physics 2011 (Perlmutter, Schmidt and Riess)

    1980 – 1994 Electronics Technician in different places.

    Extra Training

    2010 June 8th to 15th: Attended to the “Twelfth Synthesis Imaging Workshop”, NRAO, Socorro, New Mexico

    2007 –present: Self learning and use of Python (Matplotlib, Numpy, Scipy, TkInter), CASA, CLIC, TPOINT

    2007 January: 'First Summer School in Digital Integrated Circuits Design', SYNOPSYS + Electrical Engineering Department, Universidad de Chile

    2005: PHP on MySQL databases running over an Apache server: access control system based in ‘smart cards’, in Universidad of Chile

    2004: Installation and commissioning of a Small Radio Telescope (2.5m dish @ 1421 MHz Electrical Engineering Department, Universidad de Chile

    August–Dec. 2003: Passed three courses of the 'Master in Telecommunications', Electrical Engineering Department at Universidad de Santiago

    2002: CORFO-CONICYT Internship in the Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Robotics Academy

    (February 2 to March 15; 3 months in 6 weeks)

    1998 - 2006: Intermediate level of computational tools and instruments used in the Engineering Laboratories, U. de Chile

    May 2001: Fundación Andes Project 13565-8. Attended to 'Los Alamos National Laboratory' + 'Santa Fe Art Institute' BEAM robotics workshop.

    1998-1999: Passed 6 courses of the 'Master in Computing Sciences', Computing Science Department, Engineering Faculty of U. de Chile.

    1992-1996: Learned and used IRAF, as the main tool used at Fondecyt 92-0312)

    Teaching and Outreach Activities

    March – June 2005: Relator at “Robotics Workshop for Technology Teachers”. Relator of “Physics for Metallic Structures” at INFOCAP

    February 2004: Translation to Spanish of CD “Robotics Educator, Robotics Academy of CMU.

    2002-2006: I wrote guidelines on the use of electronic instruments and laboratory tools and materials.

    July and December 2002, January 2003, and January 2004: In charge of ‘MindStorms Robotics Workshops’, Summer School U. de Chile

    July 2001: In charge of ‘Basic Stamp Workshop for Teachers’, U. de Chile and Parallax Inc.

    January 2001: In charge of 2 ‘Workshops on BEAM Robotics’, as part of the Summer School of U. de Chile

    October 2000: In charge of Universidad de Chile robotics for children, ‘EXPLORA-CONICYT, 6th 'National Week of Science and Technology’

    January 1998, 1999, 2000: In charge of a workshop in electricity and electronics for children 12-16 years old, Universidad de Chile, Summer School

    1996-May 2002: I wrote guidelines for physics laboratory experiments, mainly electromagnetic and electronics.

    Publications:

    Cited as co-author of astronomy publications; Smithsonian/NASA Astrophysics Data System mirror site (http://ads.astro.puc.cl/abstract_service.html )

    Relevant publication:

    "The Hubble Diagram of the Calan/Tololo Type IA Supernovae and the Value of Ho" http://ads.astro.puc.cl/abs/1996AJ....112.2398H

    More Information available in these links:

    http://www.das.uchile.cl/noticias/doc_pdf/nobel2011.pdf

    http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/2011/advancedphysicsprize2011.

    pdf -- reference # 26


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