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     Date Submitted:28-02-2013
     Last Modified:29-03-2013 (04:37)
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     Current job:Graduate Teaching Assistant
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordsphysics, space, design, research, management
    CV

    OBJECTIVE

    Become a stellar employee by utilizing my knowledge and skills in physics, engineering design, and management in a full-time position related to scientific research or engineering.

     

    EDUCATION

    Doctor of Philosophy, Space Science                                                            Expected Grad:  2018

    Florida Institute of Technology                                                                                 Melbourne, FL

     

    Bachelor of Science, Physics                                                                                            May 2012

    Delaware State University                                                                                                Dover, DE

    GPA: 3.66/4.0

     

    RELEVANT EXPERIENCE

    NASA Academy Summer Intern, EV3 Human Interface Branch        May 2012 – August 2012

    NASA Johnson Space Center                                                                                        Houston, TX

    ·         Investigated state of 3D scanning technology (primarily Microsoft Kinect) and software for potential use in crew monitoring during deep space missions. 

    ·         Constructed a Deep Space Habitat mockup as a test bed for various audio, video, and computer technology to be evaluated for use by astronauts during extended deep space missions, possibly in a station located at L2 point. 

     

    Langley Aerospace Research Summer Scholars (LARSS) Intern     June 2009 – December 2009

    NASA Langley Research Center                                                                                  Hampton, VA

    ·         Created a LabVIEW Virtual Instrument (VI) to automate data collection and processing for investigations into viability of Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) devices as wireless strain sensors. 

    ·         VI allowed remote setup and control of Agilent network/spectrum/impedance analyzer in order to improve efficiency and accuracy in experimental testing.

     

    Engineering Consultant/Design Department Manager                        June 2000 – December 2008

    Component Concepts, Inc.                                                                                               Easton, MD 

    ·         Designed metal plate connected wood trusses, engineered wood products (EWP), and steel beams, utilizing industry-specific design software, for residential and commercial construction.

    ·         Trained new designers and performed design reviews for accuracy and feasibility before production.

    ·         Conducted jobsite visits to ensure correct fit and installation of structural components.

    ·         Quickly addressed design/damage issues with excellent customer service

    ·         Worked closely with customers, tradesmen, architects, and engineers throughout design process.

    ·         Coordinated design, production and delivery with project status and progress.

    ·         Created material takeoffs and generated job costing and pricing.

    ·         Maintained software applications and data backup for office computers.

     

     

    Student Researcher/Lab Assistant, Atom Photonics Lab                    September 2010- May 2012

    Delaware State University, Department of Physics & Pre-Engineering                             Dover, DE

    ·         Conducted research into resonant magneto-optical rotation (MOR) in rubidium vapor.

    ·         Familiarized with equipment present in an optics laboratory, learned and implemented proper experimental procedures, maintained safe and organized working environment.

    ·         Designed and fabricated test articles used in MOR research.

    ·         Created MATLAB code for theoretical modeling and processing of experimental data.

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE
    Graduate Student Teaching Assistant, Physics II Labs
                                                  2012 – Present

    Florida Institute of Technology                                                                                    Melbourne, FL

    ·         Instruct students in proper use of laboratory equipment and provide guidance in learning and implementing scientific concepts. 

    ·         Evaluate student performance and progress through grading of weekly lab reports, pre-lab exercises, and final examination.

     

    Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, General Physics II                                    January – May 2011

    Delaware State University, Department of Physics & Pre-Engineering                            Dover, DE

    ·         Led weekly recitation for the benefit of students’ problem-solving skills.

    ·         Assisted the professor and provided guidance to students during laboratory exercises. 

    ·         Attended all lectures to remain abreast of course content. 

     

    Student Researcher/Lab Assistant, LIBS Lab                                                    January – May 2010

    ·         Assisted with investigations into methods of data mining from Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) spectral data, namely Principal Component Analysis.

                                                                                                                                             January – May 2009

    ·         Prepared chemical samples and collected experimental data for investigation of matrix effects in carbon and iron mixtures subjected to LIBS.

    ·         Won 1st place in the poster competition at the 2nd North American Symposium on Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy in New Orleans, July 2009, with a poster entitled “An Examination of Matrix Effect of Carbon and Iron Mixtures in Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Spectra, An Initial                            Analysis.”


    HONORS AND AWARDS

     

    ·         Inducted into Pinnacle Honor Society                                                                                    2013

    ·         NASA Student Ambassador, Cohort 2,                                                                       2009-2010

    ·         Recipient of NASA Delaware Space Grant Undergraduate Tuition Award          2011-2012

    ·         2009-2010 Departmental Scholar for the Department of Physics and Pre-Engineering, Delaware State University, Honors Day                                                                                                 

    ·         Secretary of DESU’s chapter of the Optical Society of America (OSA)                 2011-2012


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