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     Date Submitted:30-06-2014
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     KeywordsDynamic physicist and engineer with over 8 years of industrial & institutional experience in instrumentation and multidisciplinary projects. Expert in optical instrument design and diverse experience with international team environment. Possessing a pas
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    Dynamic physicist and engineer with over 8 years of industrial & institutional experience in instrumentation and multidisciplinary projects. Expert in optical instrument design and diverse experience with international team environment. Possessing a passion for creation; utilizes creativity, leadership and teamwork to design and characterize instruments and tests. Experience in defining and implementing solutions in line with team and individual objectives and project deadlines. Effective communicator with a good analytical skills and a proactive attitude to solving problems and keeps great interest in innovative technologies.


    Key skills

    { Hands-on experience in instrument development, design, engineering, manufacturing and verification.

    { Diverse experience in optics, optical system design, terahertz technology, cryogenic techniques, vacuum and RF technology, solar panels and hands-on work experience in the clean rooms.

    { Great experience in data analysis, test design review and documentation.

    { Design and execute test plans that meet stakeholders’ requirement.

    { Ability to work under pressure and consistently meet deadlines.

    { Proven ability to resolve problems swiftly and independently.

    { Excellent communication and presentation skills.

    { Language: Fluent in English, Dutch and Hindi.

    { Computer skills: Programming, data analysis and simulation: MATLAB, python, MathCad, Finite element analysis, COMSOL (basic), Igor Pro, Sigma plot, Root (basic) C++ (basic), ZEMAX, SIMION, SRIM/TRIM.

    { Desktop publishing: LATEX, OpenOffice, MS office.

    { Operating systems: Mac, Linux, Windows.


    Professional experience

    Work

    June 2013–Present

    Design Engineer, ASML, Veldhoven, The Netherlands.

     Working in the Development and Engineering section, mainly dealing with extreme precision optics for ASML TWINSCAN NXE machines. Holding highest level ASML clean room work permit.

    Keywords : Precision optics, vacuum technology, EUV, Test design & characterization, Illumination,

    MATLAB tooling, GUI, Data analysis, Documentation

    Detailed job responsibility:

    Design and development of tests related with the optical part of NXE machines :

    Making test plans and integration

    Hands-on experience in fully qualified ASML EUV clean rooms

    Python, MATLAB tool, GUI development for the tests, data analysis and investigation, documentation

    Executing test plans on ASML and customer’s machines

    Expertise in stray light, uniform intensity distribution, transmission, optimizing the beam path, error analysis, system engineering

    Team management

    Interaction with different groups and customers

    Responsible for test design review

    Problem solving; identify the design, development and validation problems and assist in their resolution


    January 2012–June 2013

    Instrument Scientist, SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research, Groningen,

    The Netherlands.

     Worked for the SAFARI project. Successfully developed a calibration source for extremely sensitive SAFARI detectors, ZEMAX modeling for the calibration source, light-pipes, conical-horn, designed lenses using ZEMAX.

    Keywords : Optics, Instrument development and characterization, Fourier transform analysis,

    Offener system, ZEMAX,Terahertz and infrared optics, THz, Infrared, Cryogenic techniques, Vacuum technology, Experimentation

    Detailed achievements:

    ZEMAX expertise: lens design, non-sequential, sequential ray tracing for the calibration source, lightpipes, horns

    Development work on conical horns for SAFARI detectors and clean room work experience

    Worked on Offener system,Transition Edge Sensors and bolometer

    Developed and characterized a calibration source for SAFARI test bed, this work has been presented in ISSTT 2013

    Data analysis and investigation, documentation

    Fourier transform analysis, MathCad, COMSOL, MATLAB


    Ph.D Thesis

    August 2007–December 2012

    Researcher, KVI University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands.

     Thesis title:“Design and Characterization of a Cryogenic Stopping Cell for Radioactive Ions". This work has been performed in collaboration with University of Jyväskylä, Finland and GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research, Germany and made a world record with its outstanding performance at low temperature and high pressure, which are two main factors to improve the efficiency of such a device.

    Cryogenic Stopping Cell included in EPL Highlights of 2013

    Keywords :Cryogenic techniques, Simulation, Vacuum and RF technologies, Experimentation, Instrument development and characterization, Documentation

    Detailed thesis work:

    Design and Characterization of Cryogenic instruments

    Developed Cryogenic instruments, Vacuum and RF systems

    Worked together with companies to construct the instrument

    This work has been presented in many conferences e.g., ARIS, SMI-10, and published in reputed journals e.g., EPL, NIMB, NIMA


    Other research experience

    June 2005–July 2007

    Researcher, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Delhi, India.

     Project title:“Development and performance study of hybrid photovoltaics".

    Keywords : Renewable energy, Solar panels, Hybrid system with solar panel and air duct, Heat transfer, Instrument development and characterization, Experimentation, Documentation

    Detailed project work:

    Design and development of a hybrid photovoltaic module

    Learned about solar panels and solar water boiler

    Efficiency improvement of solar panels

    This work has been presented in conferences SOLARIS and ICAER , and published in the ICAER conference proceedings


    Education

    2003–2005 Computer education, preparation for national level entrance exams, writing and handcrafting, Self learning, Delhi, India.

     Qualified “Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE)-2005”

    2001–2003 Master of Science, Physics, D. D. U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, U.P..

     First rank in the University

    1998–2001 Bachelor of Science, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics , D. D. U. Gorakhpur University,

    Gorakhpur, U.P..

     First rank in the College


    Multidisciplinary projects

    October 2010 Protecting ICs from electrostatic discharge, Problem defined by NXP company in Physics with Industry Workshop, Lorentz Center, Leiden, The Netherlands.

    Published in the workshop booklet .

    August–September 2009

    Observation of bound state beta decay at ESR (Experimental Storage Ring): Analysis of experimental data, GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research, , Darmstadt, Germany.

    Published in GSI international summer school booklet .

    August 2007– December2008

    Cryogenic Ion Guide: a precursor to Cryogenic Ion Catcher, KVI University of Groningen in collaboration with University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finland.

    Published in NIMB .

    July 2006 The windmill installation: selection of right place in UK, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh,

    Scotland.

    Presented in this workshop .

    September 2005–April 2006

    Hybrid photovoltaic/thermal air and water heating system, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Delhi, India.

    Published in the conference proceedings .


    Masters project

    Title The basic understanding of the sun: Solar Neutrino Problem

    Supervisors Prof. Ranjeev Misra, IUCAA, Prof. S. Ananthakrishnan, NCRA-TIFR, Pune, India

    Description This project investigated the solar neutrino problem, which was defined the mismatch between expected and measured solar neutrino fluxes. The project also focused on the neutrino flavors and neutrino oscillations.


    Honors and professional achievements

    { 70 ECTS- credit holder, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

    { Thesis work presented before International Evaluation Committee for KVI, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

    { Qualified Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering 2005, India Qualified all India engineering and science exam “Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE)-2005” conducted by Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD), Government of India for entry in post-graduate programs in higher institutes of technology.

    { Awarded Gold medal for obtaining highest rank in the University, Masters in Science, India

    { Smt. Heera Kumari Jha Gold medal, Masters in Science, India

    { Yuva Chetna Samiti, Gold medal, Masters in Science, India

    { Awarded 3 Gold medals for obtaining highest rank, best student in the college, Bachelors in Science, India

    { Several honors for poem and story writing, India

    { Awarded Silver medal for scoring second rank in General Knowledge competition in Intermediate school, India

    { Successfully lead the hockey team to win district level championship, U.P., India


    Trainings and courses

    2005-2013

    { Highest level ASML work permit to work with ASML clean rooms which are fully qualified for the EUV machines

    { TeraHertz technology and applications, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona,Spain

    { ZEMAX ray-tracing, SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research, Groningen, The Netherlands

    { Staatsexamen NT-1, Dienst Uitvoering Onderwijs, Zwolle, The Netherlands

    { Radiation protection 5B, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands

    { Dutch language course up to CEFR C1 level, Language Center, Groningen, The Netherlands

    { Statistical methods for physics, Nuclear physics, University of Groningen, Publishing in english, The Netherlands

    { Economics and planning of energy systems, Solar energy utilization, Environmental science and engineering, Communication skill, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Delhi, India


    References

    { Dr. P.G. Dendooven, KVI-University of Groningen, dendooven(at)kvi.nl

    { Dr. Gert de Lange, SRON-Netherlands Institute for Space Research, g.de.lange(at)sron.nl

    { Prof. Dr. Andrey Baryshev, University of Groningen - SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research, A.M.Baryshev(at)sron.nl


    Personal details

    Sex Female

    DOB 20-March-1983

    Marital status Married

    Nationality Dutch

    Language English: Fluent, Dutch: Fluent, Hindi: Fluent


    Interests and hobbies

    I enjoy designing and development. This quality is reflected in my professional work and personal interests. I also enjoy sports and was a captain of hockey team during my school days which successful won district level championship. I am a green belt holder in Jiu-Jitsu. Traveling, swimming, dancing, handcrafting are my hobbies.

    I like creation and am curious to learn and try new tasks. I write poems and stories which have been published in the local news paper in India.


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