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     Date Submitted:02-01-2015
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     Current job:Graduate (M.Sc. space studies)
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    My name is Paul, I am from Ireland and I am 25 years of age. I have recently finished a research M.Sc in experimental physics and a M.Sc. in space studies at the International Space University. My goal is to be part of a team and organization whose mission is to make advances in technology for the benefit of mankind and environment, to form connections with people passionate about space, to share my knowledge and experience with people from different cultures and background.

    Education

     

    2013 – 2014  International Space University, Strasbourg, Alsace, France

                          M.Sc in Space Studies

     

    2011 – 2013  National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Co.Kildare.

                            M.Sc. (Research) Experimental Physics

     

    2007 – 2011  National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Co.Kildare.

                            B.Sc. (Honours) Experimental Physics with Astrophysics

                            Result: 2.2 Honours                                                

               

    Technical Skills

    Laboratory

     

    Electronics           

    ·      Bench work in digital and analog electronics.

    ·      Circuit board design & production using EAGLE, Qucs and PCB milling machine.

    ·      Electronics for instrument control and data acquisition.

    ·      Soldering and Crimping

    ·      Electrical test systems (eg. Oscilloscopes, power supplies, multi-meters, etc.)

     

     

    Optics       

    ·      Extensive hands on work with optical systems.

    ·      Coherent signal detection.

    ·      Quazi-Optical component modeling 

     

    Computer

     

    Computer Applications

    ·      Extensive experience with spreadsheet and graphical analysis packages,

    ·      Microsoft Office suite (WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT),

    ·      Data acquisition with LabVIEW,

    ·      Instrumentation control with C/Lab VIEW.

    ·      Modeling optical systems in Computer Simulated Technology (CST)

    ·      Image Reduction and Analysis Facility (IRAF)

     

    Computer Programming

    ·      C (also in LabWindows environment), Computational modeling of physical/optical systems, Mathmatica, MatLab

    Communication and Management Skills

    Instructional

               

    ·      Private tuition to Leaving Cert. Students,

    ·      Lab Demonstrations to second level students during NUI, Maynooth

         Open days (November 2010)

    ·      Lab demonstrations to third level students

    ·      Tutored third level students

     

    Teambuilding

     

    ·      Worked on team projects and assignments.

    ·      Organized team meetings.

    ·      At team meetings I have taken on the roles such as

    oChair

    oOrganizer

    oClerk (recording the minutes)

    oTime keeper

    Languages

     

    ·      English: Native

    ·      French: Moderate

     

    Other Qualifications

     

    ·      Completed First Aid course (2009)

     

    Work Experience

    Molonglo Radio Observatory Australia

    ·         Position: Intern

    ·         Experience: RF Engineering

    ·         Duration: 2nd June – 23rd August 2014

     

    Reference

     

    Name: Mr. Duncan Campbell-Wilson

    Position: Research and Technical Officer, Operations Manager at Molonglo observatory

    Email: dcw(at)physics.usyd.edu.au

    Interests and Achievements

    University    

                           

    3rd Year Experimental Physics Class Representative (2009-2010)

     

    ·     Attended Union Council and discussed any issues of concern to the class

    ·     Reported on Union Council to the class

    ·      Acted upon class queries as requested and liaised with relevant personnel

    P.R.O. Officer- Astro2, NUI, Maynooth Astronomy and Physics Society (2008)

     

    ·       Had responsibility for keeping accounts and for all lodgments

    ·       Signatory on society cheque-book

    Member – Astro2, NUI, Maynooth Astronomy and Physics Society (2009 to date)

     

    ·       Attended Society meetings and events

    ·       Volunteered to operate Society Stand on NUIM Clubs & Societies Day

     

    Hobbies

     

    ·         Piano

    ·         Swimming

    ·         Aikido

    ·         Indoor rock climbing


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