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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:03-05-2012
     Last Modified:07-05-2012 (09:23)
    Job information
     Current job:Space physics graduate
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsHonest, accurate, quick learner, motivated, innovative, open minded, active
    CV

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    Personal details:

    Gender:  Female

    Date of birth:  11.11.1986

    Citizenship:  Norwegian
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    Education:

    2006 - 2011   University of Tromsø, Tromsø, Norway
                          Sivilingenør I teknologi/Master of Technology in Space Physics
                          15. August 2006 – 15. December 2011

    2011               International Space University (ISU), at TU Graz, Austria
                           Graduate certificate – Space Studies Program 2011
                           9. July – 9. September 2011

    2010 - 2011   University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
                          Exchange student – Physics
                          15.August 2010 – 15. June 2011

    2009 - 2011   University of Leiden, Leiden, Netherlands
                          Exchange student – Astronomy
                          1. September 2009 – 31. January 2010

    2005 – 2006   Bårdar Dance Academy, Bergen, Norway
                           Graduate certificate – Ballet, Jazz ballet, Modern dance, Choir
                           1.September 2005 – 31. May 2006

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    Research:

    2011 – Dec   “Influence of Meteoric Aerosol Particles on the Charge Balance in the Upper
                           Mesosphere During ECOMA 2010.” 
    Topic of Master thesis

    2011 – Feb   “The Response of Stratospheric Ozone to Geomagnetic Disturbances and to
                          Cosmic Rays.” 
    Projectwork in Fys-3730, University of Tromsø, Norway.

    2010 – Nov     Analysis of a magnetic disturbance in the northern hemisphere.” 
                            Projectwork in Fys3610, University of Oslo, Norway

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    Publications:

    2011 – May  The Charge Balance in the Presence of Meteoric Smoke in the Upper Mesosphere 
    under winter conditions – Preliminary results, U.-P. Hoppe, M.Friedrich, T.A. Blix, J.I. Moen, K.R. Svendsen, Å. Svendsen, M. Rapp, K. Torkar. 
    Proceedings of the 20th ESA Symposium on Rocket and Balloon Programmes and Related 
    Research, Hyères, France, May 2011

    2011 – Sept  “Tigris Euphrates and the Global Water Crisis, ISU SSP11 – Team Project Fresh Water.

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    Work experience:


     

    2011 Fall        Dance teacher at Lier Kulturskole, Lier, Norway.

    2007 – 2011  Vacation relief at Xstrata Nickel, Kristiansand, Norway
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    2008 – 2009  Welfare responsible in Student Council, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural
                          Sciences
     at University of Tromsø, Norway

    2005 – 2006   Vacation relief at Falconbridge Nickel, Kristiansand, Norway

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    Languages:

    Norwegian:  Native language

    English:    Fluent

    German:   Basic

    French:    Basic

    Dutch:     Beginner 
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    Programming languages:

    Matlab: Good

    IDL:      Good

    Matematica:  Good

    Java:     Beginner

    Latex:   Good

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    Scolarships awarded:

    - Full scholarship to attend ISU-SSP11 from ESA by the Norwegian Space Agency 
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    Extracurricular activities:

    2008 – 2009 Welfare responsible in Student Council, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural
                         Sciences
     at Universtiy of Tromsø, Norway

    2004 – 2005 President of student council at Møglestu high school

    2003 – 2004 Secretary in student council at Møglestu high school

    2002 – 2003 Economist in student council at Møglestu high school

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    Hobbies
     Rock climbing, fencing, impro-theater, travelling, dance, playing piano, flute, violin 
    and singing. I have participated in most of these activities for many years, along with, scouting 
    and theatre (acting).

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    Other Skills:

    Welding with TIG. 
    I also have the drivers license for forklift and car. 
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