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     Date Submitted:11-03-2014
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     Current job:Systems studies analyst - PhD in Physics
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
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     KeywordsSystems support, project management experience,scientist background, skilled communicator
    CV

    Systems studies analyst; PhD in Physics

     

    Personalia

    Birth                     28/07/1983Bucharest, Romania.

    Nationality           Romanian.

     

    Work experience

    2013- …        ○   Systems support, Young Graduate Trainee at European Space Agency HQ, Paris, France.

                            Working in the General Studies Programme, a 12 M€ programme running 150 feasibility studies  with the European industry for future space missions.

              Short description: Systems engineering analysis including scientific and technical aspects to complement studies on new ESA initiatives; Participate in all aspects of the programme management and in running, implementing and monitoring of the projects.

     

    2008-2012     ○   PhD Researcher in Theoretical PhysicsInstitute for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM) 

                               Working at Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands,

                               Thesis title "Theoretical Proposals of Quantum Phase-slip Devices".

                 Short description: Managing three research projects and performing scientific research.

     

    Education

    2006-2008     ○   Top Master in Nanoscience, University of Groningen, graduated Cum Laudetop 5%.                                   

                    An international Master program aimed at excellent students. Awarded full scholarship.

    2002-2006     ○   B. Sc., PhysicsUniversity of Bucharesttop 5%

                               Awarded Merit Scholarship.

    1998-2002     ○   Mihai Eminescu National CollegeBucharesttop 5%.

     

    Publications

    2013              ○   Quantum synchronization and resistance quantization in superconducting devices,

                               A. M. Hriscu and Yu. V. Nazarov,  Phys. Rev. Lett., Volume 110, 097002, 2013.

    2011              ○   Model of a Proposed Superconducting Phase Slip Oscillator: A Method for Obtaining Few-Photon Nonlinearities, 

                               A. M. Hriscu and Yu. V. Nazarov, Phys. Rev. Lett., Volume 106, Issue 7, 2011.

                           ○   Coulomb blockade due to quantum phase slips illustrated with devices,

                                A.M. Hriscu and Yu. V. Nazarov,  Phys. Rev. B, Volume 83, Issue 17, 2011.

     Prizes and Scholarships

    2011              ○    Poster Presentation Prizeat "Low Temperature Physics 26" (LT 26) , Beijing, China.

    2010              ○    Poster Presentation Prizeat "Quantum Phenomena in Low-Dimensional Materials and Nanostructures", Windsor, United Kingdom.

    2010             ○    Oral Presentation Prizeat "Quantum Engineering of States and Devices: Theory and Experiments",  Obergurgl, Austria.

    2008              ○    Poster Presentation Prizeat "Physics@Veldhoven 2008", Veldhoven, The Netherlands.

     

    2005-2006     ○   Erasmus exchange student at Rijksuniversiteit GroningenThe Netherlands.

    2002-2006     ○   Awarded Merit ScholarshipUniversity of Bucharest, top 5%.

    1994-2001     ○   Participation at different Olympiadsin Mathematics, Physics and English.

                               Notable achievement: 1994, Mathematics, The 3rd place at the City Level (Bucharest)

     

    Courses and trainings

    2013              ○    Introduction to Project Management1 week, Paris, France.

    2012              ○    Nyenrode Business Orientation Weekat Nyenrode Business University, the Netherlands.

     

    Skills

    Languages     ○   Romanian(Native),  English(Proficient), French(Workable knowledge), 

                               Spanish(Workable knowledge), Dutch(Basic).

    Commun.      ○   Numerous prizes at conferences for science communication

    Computer      ○   Microsoft Office (incl. Microsoft Project and Excel Pivot tables), Webdesign (html, IPS, eZ Publish), Latex, Linux, C/C++, Mathematica, MatLab.

     Other activities and personal interests

    2013              ○   Member of the core team of "Young ESA"

    2012              ○   Volunteer at International Film Festival Rotterdam 2012, Screening attendant

    2008              ○   Member of iGEM Groningen teama multi-disciplinary team running in The international Genetically Engineered Machine 2008 competition, organized by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston, USA.

    Drama           ○    Member and co-organizer of the amateur theater group "Nobody Famous" (8 months).

    Others           ○    Capoeira, tango, hiking, skiing, literature, travelling.

     

    References

    Andrés Gálvez  ○   Programme Manager of General Studies Programme   

                                  Supervisor                                                                                                                                                     

                                  European Space Agency Headquarters

                    

    Yuli Nazarov    ○   Prof. Dr. of Theoretical Physics                                                                                                

                                 Doctoral Thesis Advisor                                                                                                                                  

                                 Delft University of Technology


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