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     Date Submitted:09-10-2012
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     Current job:Atmospheric Scientist (PhD)
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     Keywords• Knowledge in molecular spectroscopy, non-local thermodynamic equilibrium effect in infrared molecular emission. • Knowledge in Atmospheric Physics framed in radiative, chemical, dynamical and energetic processes of the middle and upper atmosphere
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    Doctor of Physics
     
    Work experience
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    2012 Private tutor: self-employed and also employed by Didactia. Specialized in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry for primary and secondary school and first years of university. More than 10 years experience.
    2005 - 2011 PhD student at Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (CSIC), Solar System Department.
    PhD thesis in Atmospheric Sciences on a study of temperature and nitric oxide abundance in the Earth upper atmosphere using measurements from MIPAS/ENVISAT instrument from European Space Agency (ESA). Highlights:
    • Publications peer-review of 7 articles in international scientific journals (one as main author).
    • Congresses and meetings: ESA Living Planet Symposium (Bergen, 2010), Atmospheric Science Conference (Barcelona, 2009), Workshop ASSFTS14 (Florence, 2009), EGU General Assembly (Viena, 2009), ENVISAT Symposium (Montreux, 2007).
    MIPAS data users meeting (Karlsruhe and Granada, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009). Oral and poster contributions in order to spread the achievements of my research.
    • Stages at Institut für Meterologie und Klimaforschung (Univ. of Karlsruhe, Germany), during PhD. Oct-Nov 2007 and Jun-Jul 2008.
    • Workshop: Remote sensing in the Atmosphere, Institute for Environment and Sustainability of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre, Ispra (Italy).
    2005 Trainee Fellow at ESA, XMM-Newton Department, under the Young Graduate Trainee program me. Colaboration in the detection of X-ray sources as observed by the space telescope XMM-Newton in its ‘slew’ observation mode.
    2001 Census agent at Instituto Nacional de Estadística.
     
     
    Education and Training
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    2005-2011 PhD in Atmospheric Sciences with Doctor Europaeus mention.
    Thesis title: Nitric oxide and temperature in the thermosphere: MIPAS observations.
    University of Granada, Spain.
    FPI pre-doctoral fellowship from spanish government (2005) and temporary contracts from spanish research council (2009-2010).
    2006 Certificate on Pedagogic Aptitude: didactics of Physics and Chemistry.
    University Complutense de Madrid.
    1998-2004 Degree in Physics (Astrophysics).
    University Complutense de Madrid.
    Others Course of Development of Java applications using IBM RAD for Websphere (270 hours: may-july 2012). IBM.
    Course of Programming in C & C++ on Unix systems (220 hours: sep-oct 2004). Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
    Accreditation as an assistant teacher doctor by ANECA, 2012.
     
    Languages
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    Spanish Mother tongue.
    English English Certificate by Escuela Oficial de Idiomas (2003). Excellent reading, writing and verbal skills.
     
    Computing skills
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    General user-level knowledge of Linux, Windows, Mac OS X.
    Microsoft Office.
    Programming
    Languages
    Fortran, C, Python.
    Java: web applications; EJB, J2EE, JPA, Hibernate, Struts, JSF, Servlets, JSP, JDBC,
    Swing.
    Scientific Matlab, IDL: programming and graphical capabilities.
    Others LATEX, databases (SQL).
     
     
    Scientific experience
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    • Knowledge in molecular spectroscopy, non-local thermodynamic equilibrium effect in infrared molecular emission.
    • Knowledge in Atmospheric Physics framed in radiative, chemical, dynamical and energetic processes of the middle and upper atmosphere.
    • Inversion of infrared spectra measured by MIPAS/ENVISAT instrument (ESA) using least squares techniques applied to non-linear problems, and further retrieval of geophysical parameters (temperature, gases abundances).
    • Handling of numerical codes (fortran) developed for the solution of the radiative transfer equation, for the retrieval algorithm and for the consideration of non-LTE in the atmospheric emission, as well as software development for visualization of data (IDL).
    • Validation of the retrieved geophysical parameters using independent measurements from other instruments and comparison with models.

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