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     Date Submitted:08-08-2012
     Last Modified:19-08-2012 (04:10)
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     Current job:Recent physics graduate
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywordsphysics, research, people skills, c++ programming, equipment operation
    CV

    OBJECTIVE

    ·         A research position in physics or engineering.  Particular interest in Aerospace and space flight operations.

     

    EDUCATION

    Creighton University, Omaha, CA             May 2012

    Master of Science in Physics

    ·         Research in High Energy Particle Physics.  Thesis: Analysis of ρ0 Decay from Ultra-Peripheral Collisions in Lead-Lead Interactions at ALICE.

    ·         Worked at CERN, ALICE experiment (see below)

    ·         Worked at Brookhaven National Lab, STAR Experiment (see below)

    ·         Course work included high energy particle physics, electricity and magnetism, classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, mathematical methods of physics

    ·         Teaching Fellow 2009-2010 (see below)

    ·         Research Fellow 2010-2012 (see CERN and Brookhaven sections)

    ·         Sigma Pi Sigma honor society


    Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA           May 2009

    Bachelor of Science in Physics

    ·         Course work included electricity and magnetism, classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, thermal physics, modern physics, electronics, mathematical methods of physics, general chemistry, multivariable calculus

    ·         Teaching assistant (see below)

    ·         Activities: Physics club 2008-2009, Tae Kwon Do team 2006-2009, Pepperdine Independent

    Entertainment (Acting club) 2006-2009, Dance In Flight 2009

     

    EXPERIENCE

    CERN, ALICE Collaboration               Geneva, Switzerland

    Data Analysis                     October 2011 – April 2012

    ·         Analysis of rho vector meson production at ALICE, involving data analysis on specialized systems, collaboration with top scientists in the field, ALICE control room and detector cavern training.

    ·         Required knowledge of C++, ROOT, Aliroot, Linux, and ALICE data structures

    ·         ALICE control room shifts for data acquisition and data quality management

    ·         Member of Electromagnetic Calorimeter work group

    ·         Member of Ultra Peripheral Collisions work group

    ·         Reached Creighton DOE grant milestone by producing Rho Meson peak using ALICE data

     

    Brookhaven National Laboratory, STAR experiment             Upton, NY

    Slow Controls Expert on site                   January – July 2011

    ·         On site expert for slow controls system, providing maintenance, troubleshooting, and development work on control systems for STAR experiment

    ·         Required knowledge of EPICS (Experimental Physics and Industrial Control System), C++, and Linux as well as training for controlled access to the experiment

    ·         Handled hardware-software interface via channel access system (EPICS), maintained both hardware and software based Input-Output controllers, and was available on call 24 hours a day for troubleshooting during data runs at RHIC particle accelerator

    ·         Wrote documentation for non-experts

    ·         Worked shifts in the control room as both shift leader and detector operator

     

    Radiant Asset Management                  Redmond, WA

    Programmer                     2008-2009, 2010-2011

    ·         Programmed experimental trading models in C++

    ·         Implemented high yield bond trading strategies at direction of Chief Investment Officer

     

     

     

     

    Creighton University, Physics Department                   Omaha, NE

    Teaching Fellow, Physics 212 lab                          August - December 2010

    ·         Taught three labs for Physics 212 at Creighton University

    ·         Graded labs for 30-40 students

    ·         Assisted students during lab and with homework

    ·         Creighton University winner of the AAPT outstanding teaching assistant award for Fall 2011

     

    Pepperdine University, Physics Department                  Malibu, CA

    Teaching Assistant, Physics 211 lab                      2007-2008

    ·         Set up lab equipment, gave lab lectures, ran labs in absence of professor

    ·         Graded labs for 10-20 students

    ·         Assisted students as needed with experiments and mathematics


    SKILLS
    LABORATORY

    • Data analysis for cutting edge experiments
    • Analyzing problems and designing experiments

     

    COMPUTER

    • ROOT programming framework (for data analysis)
    • EPICS (for control systems)
    • Python and C++ programming languages
    • Microsoft Word and Excel
    • Linux

     

    FOREIGN LANGUAGE

    ·         French (moderate knowledge)

     

    INTERESTS

    ·         Eagle Scout

    ·         4th Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do

    ·         International Marathons

    ·         Acting throughout high school and college


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