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     Date Submitted:25-07-2013
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     Current job:PhD in nuclear physics
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsI have demonstrate ability to conduct original research, data analysis, laboratory experience, team and individual work, adaptability, problem solving, organization and good communication skills.
    CV

    Interests

    Research Production and manipulation of Radioactive Ion Beams, Detector development for research and industry, nuclear structure, nuclear reactions, nuclear decay and radioactivity, astrophysics/astronomy, galaxies and cosmology, nuclear astrophysics, quantum mechanics, particle physics, quantum field theory.

     

    Education

    The University of Brighton, Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom

    Ph.D., Nuclear Physics Research Group 1/10/2009- 9/09/2013

    • Thesis Topic: Low-spin states of 102−108Zr in the Interacting Boson Model context

    • Main Supervisor: Professor Alison M. Bruce.

    • Second Supervisor: Dr. Zs. Podoly`ak (University of Surrey).

    • Area of Study: Nuclear Structure.

    • Employment Status: Full Time.

    Licenciatura (5 courses B.Sc.), Universityof Santiago de Compostela, 2008.

    • Particle Physics specialization (including Nuclear Physics, Cosmology and Astrophysics).

     

    ResearchExperience

     The University of Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom.

    The University of Jyv¨askyl¨a, Jyv¨askyl¨a, Finland.

    Ph.D.,

    My Ph. D. is based on gamma ray spectroscopy data collected using the IGISOL III and IGISOL IV facilities at the University of Jyv¨askyl¨a (Finland), where I worked for nearly a year, helping in the construction and development of the facility. In addition I have collaborated in several experiments at facilities such as ArgonneNational Laboratory and the Horia Hulubei National Institute of Physics

    and Nuclear Engineering. I have also done extensive modelling using the IBM suite of codes to simulate and predict energy states of neutron rich zirconium nuclei.

     

    Academic Experience

     

    The University of Brighton, Brighton, UK.

    Teaching  April 2012 to present.

    • Pi-shop: Mathematical support service for students.

    • Responsible for teaching mathematics.

    • Developing of on-line mathematical diagnosis test.

     

    Laboratory Assistant October 2009-July 2011

    • Foundation Year Laboratories for Mechanical Engineering.

    • Responsible for supervision of a 2 hour lab where 1styear undergraduate students undertake various mathematical problems.

    • Graded weekly lab reports.

    Previous experience in teaching July 2008- September 2009.

    • Teacher in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology at secondary school level.

     

    Publications

     Trap-assisted separation of nuclear states for gamma-ray spectroscopy: the example of 100Nb (Selected as a highlight of the month by the editor of the journal).

    C. Rodríguez Triguero, A. M. Bruce, T. Eronen, I. D. Moore, M. Bowry, A. M. Denis Bacelar, A. Y. Deo, V.-V. Elomaa, D. Gorelov, J. Hakala, A. Jokinen, A. Kankainen, P. Karvonen, V. S. Kolhinen, J. Kurpeta, T. Malkiewicz, P. J. R. Mason, H. Penttil, M. Reponen, S. Rinta-Antila, J. Rissanen, A. Saastamoinen, G. S. Simpson and J. Aysto. J. Phys. G., 39, 015101 (2012).

     

    Half-life of the I_= 4 intruder state in 34P: M2 transition strengths approaching the island of inversion 

    P. J. R. Mason, T. Alharbi, P. H. Regan, N. Marginean, Zs. Podolyak, E. C. Simpson, N. Alkhomashi, P. C. Bender, M. Bowry, M. Bostan, D. Bucurescu, A. M. Bruce, G. Cata-Danil, I. Cata Danil, R. Chakrabarti, D. Deleanu, P. Detistov, M. N. Erduran, D. Filipescu, U. Garg, T. Glodariu, D. Ghita, S. S. Ghugre, A. Kusoglu, R. Marginean, C. Mihai, M. Nakhostin, A. Negret, S. Pascu, C. Rodríguez Triguero, T. Sava, A. K. Sinha, L. Stroe, G. Suliman, and N. V. Zamfir . Phys. Rev. C., 85, 064303(2012).

     

    Conference Publications

    Gamma-ray fast-timing coincidence measurements from the 18O + 18O fusionevaporation reaction using a mixed LaBr3-HPGe array

    T. Alharbi, P.J.R. Mason, P.H. Regan, Zs. Podolyak, N. Marginean, M. Nakhostin, M. Bowry, D. Bucurescu, G. G. Cata-Danil, I. Cata-Danil, D. Deleanu, D. Filipescu, T. Glodariu, D. Ghita, R. Marginean, C. Mihai, A. Negret, S. Pascu, T. Sava, L. Stroe, G. Suliman, N.V. Zamfir, A.M. Bruce, C. Rodríguez Triguero, P.C. Bender, U. Garg, M.N. Erduran, A. Kusoglu, M. Bostan, P. Detistov, N. Alkhomashi, A.K. Sinha, R. Chakrabarti, S.S. Ghugre Appl. Rad. Isot., 70, 1337 (2012).

    Core excitations across the neutron shell gap in 207Tl.

    E. Wilson, Zs. Podolyak, B. Fornal, R. V. F. Janssens, M. Bowry, M. Bunce, M. P.Carpenter, C. J. Chiara, N. Cieplicka, A. Y. Deo, G. D. Dracoulis, H. Grawe, C. R. Hoffman, R. S. Kempley, F. G. Kondev, G. J. Lane, T. Lauritsen, M. W. Reed, P. H. Regan, C. Rodríguez Triguero, B. Szpak, P. M. Walker, S. Zhuc Act. Phys.Pol. B, Vol. 44, No. 3, 381 (2013).

    JYFLTRAP status report

    V.S. Kolhinen, T. Eronen, D. Gorelov, J. Hakala, A. Jokinen, K. Jokiranta, A. Kankainen, M. Koikkalainen, J. Koponen, H. Kulmala, I.D Moore, H. Penttila, T. Pikkarainen, I. Pohjalainena, M. Reponen ,S. Rinta-Antila , J. Rissanen, C.Rodríguez Triguero, K. Rytkonen, A. Saastamoinen, V. Sonnenschein, J. Aysto

    16th International Conference of Electromagnetic Isotope Separators and Techniques Related to their Aplications (EMIS2012), proceedings to be published in Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, section B.

     

    Talks

    Status Report of IGISOL IV, IOP Nuclear Physics Conference, 2012.

    Trap-assisted gamma-ray spectroscopy for 100Nb, Nuclear Physics Summer School, 2011.

     

    Technical Skills

     Analog and digital electronics for Nuclear Spectroscopy.

     Instrumentation: Data acquisition hardware and software (e.g., MIDAS), Silicon and Germanium detectors.NIM Modules, different directional, focusing and selecting elements of a beamline.

    Programming:C, C++, UNIX shell scripting.

    Computer Applications:TEX (LATEX, BibTEX) most common productivity packages (for Windows and Linux platforms), RadWare.

    Operating Systems:Microsoft Windows family, Linux, Unix.

     

    Language

    Expertise Spanish, English and Galician. Working knowledge of Portuguese.

     

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    Full EU Drivers License.


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