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     Date Submitted:25-02-2017
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     Current job:PhD student
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, , , Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordsproblem solving, work under pressure, tight deadlines, phd, data analyst, dala visualization, fast learning, organization, team-working, coding, machine learning
    CV

    Citizenship/Residence: EU (Italy)

    Spoken Languages: Italian, English, Polish, French (basic), Spanish (basic)

     

    Summary

    I am a Ph.D. candidate in Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Science at University of Rome, La Sapienza, and I am expected to get my Ph.D. degree by November 2017. 

    For few years I lived in Poland, and then moved to Italy where I received my education and completed my University studies in Physics. Recently, I spent three months for a scientific project in Paris, at the Astrophysical Institute of Paris (IAP), collaborating with professor Marta Volonteri. I also attended several international Ph.D. schools and many international workshops, contributing with scientific talks on the topic of my research. As a part of my recent scientific activity as Ph.D. student, I also published my papers on the most important peer-reviewed scientific journals of Astrophysics.

    I am used to work in international and multi-ethnic environments, in which collaboration and positive-interaction play a fundamental role for the success of a project. My Polish-Italian roots have enriched my open-mindedness, giving me different socio-cultural point of views.

    My scientific theoretical background allows me to approach every kind of problem in a very versatile and adaptable way, with a strong analytical attitude and excellent problem solving skills. I am an independent fast learner, with strong capability to collaborate in a work-group. In fact, my scientific education, together with scientific advisory teaching as well as active participation to dissemination events, improved my communicational skills, allowing me to interact with different cultures.

    I am proficient in three languages (Italian, Polish, and English) and I’m a beginner in French and Spanish. As part of my research I also professionally programmed in FORTRAN, Python and I have some knowledge in Octave. I am capable to work on different operating systems as Unix, MAC OS  and Windows. For my publishing activity I have learned to use different text editing tools (Open Office, Wordpad, LaTex) and I am currently enrolled in a Machine Learning Course provided by Standford University.

    I have always struck for excellence: I graduated cum laude in Astrophysics and I have been awarded as top 3 student in the Physics Department of La Sapienza. I also won many awards for my academic results, and I was able, along my bachelor and master studies, to get scholarships from the University. To complement my financial independence, I have always been open to work as part-time collaborator since I was 20 years old; moving across different and complementary experiences and environments allowed me to develop a strong and rigorous self-organization ability.

    I am a very active person, I play rugby at a competitive level, sport that has taught me the importance of team-working, and I have been the coach of men’s rugby team, improving my coordination and team-leading skills, without any gender-oriented problems. I am friendly and open person, and I love challenging myself in learning new skills. I am a critical thinker and always question dogma, status quo and the conventional way of doing things.

    I’m currently looking for a new working experience to expand my knowledge and capabilities and I think I am a skillful person in which to invest. I am available to relocate and to travel. I think I can be a good candidate for position in which my scientific experience and knowledge conceal with my communicational and interpersonal skills.

     

    Work Experience Timeline

    Oct 2014 – Nov 2017 Ph.D. Student Astronomy Astrophysics and Space Science, University La Sapienza

    Sep 2015 – On going Academic Scientific Thesis Supervisor, University La Sapienza

    Sep 2013 – On going Physics Teaching, Astronomical Observatory

    Jan 2013 – Sep 2013 Data analyst / visualization Specialist, Spazi Comuni

    Oct 2012 - Jan 2013 Scientific data analyst, IAPS

    Gen 2010 - Geb 2012 Waitress, Restaurants

    Sept 2009 - Sep 2010 Librarian, Physics Department

    Dec 2008 - On going Private Physics/Mathematics Teacher, Private

    Dec 2008 - Sep 2009 Barwoman, Bar “Aroma”

    Oct 2007 - Nov 2008 Waitress, Restaurant “Le Volpi”

     

    Education

    2014 –  Nov 2017 Ph.D. in Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Science. University Sapienza, Rome

    2012 – 2014 Master of Science, Astronomy and Astrophysics 110/110 cum laude and certificate of excellence. Physics Department (1st in Italy, top 25 in the world) - World University - Ranking 2014, University Sapienza

    2007 – 2012 Bachelor Degree in Physics and Astrophysics. University Sapienza, Rome

    2002 – 2007 High School Diploma, specialization in classical studies, Liceo Ginnasio statale Pilo Albertelli, Rome

    2013  IMPRS Summer School: High Energy Astrophysics, Max Planck Research School for Astronomy and Cosmic Physics at the University of Heidelberg, Germany

    2015 First GraWIToN School, EGO - European Gravitational Observatory, Cascina, Italy

    2015 First ICTP Advanced School on Cosmology, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy                        

    2016 PhD school Francesco Lucchin, Osservatorio Capodimonte, Napoli, Italy

     

    Public speeches and presentations

    2016 Invited talk “Tor Vergata Workshop” , Rome (Italy)

    2016 Contributed talk “High redshift Universe” , La Valletta (Malta)

    2016 Contributed talk “First stars V", Heidelberg (Germany)

    2016 Contributed talk “AGN 12”, Naples (Italy)

    2015 Invited talk “Recomputing the early Universe”, Pisa (Italy)

    2015 Poster Presentation “Demography and environments of AGN”, Crete (Greece)

    2015 Poster Presentation “European Week of Astronomy”, Tenerife (Spain)

     

    Academic awards 

    2017 Mobility grant, University La Sapienza

    2016 Fellowship LAB2GO for scientific education in high schools, Rome 

    2016 PhD Fellowship, University Sapienza, Rome

    2014 “Percorso di eccellenza”, top 3 student, University Sapienza, Rome

    2014 Academic Excellence Award, 24th best academic career in Italy

    2007,08,09, 13,14 Merit Scholarships, Adisu, Rome 

    2010,11,12 Merit Scholarships, University Sapienza, Rome

     

    Skills and competences 

    Fast learner and problems solver

    Strong organization and team working skills

    Particular attention to details 

    Excellent knowledge of Windows, Unix, Mac OS operating systems

    Scientific software (MaxIm DL, HIPE, IRAF)

    Text editing tools (Open Office, Latex, Emacs, Notepad, gedit )

    FORTRAN (excellent), Python (good), Octave (basic) coding

    Semi-analytical models for galaxy formation and evolution

    Machine learning (beginner)

     

    Scientific International Publication

    - 2016: Pezzulli E., Valiante R., Schneider R., “Super-Eddington growth of the first black holes”    MNRAS 458, 3047

    - 2017: Pezzulli E., Valiante R., Orofino M. C., Schneider R., Gallerani S., Sbarrato T., “Faint pro-   genitors of z~6 quasars. Where are they?”, MNRAS, 466, 2131 

    - 2017: Valiante R., Agarwal B., Habouzit M., Pezzulli E., “On the formation of the first quasar: a    theoretical perspective”, review for PASA, accepted

    - 2017: Pezzulli E., Volonteri M., Valiante R., Schneider R., “On the feasibility of super-critical ac-              cretion in the early Universe”, in prep.

     

    Who am I?

    I am multifaceted and fast learner person. I play transverse flute and piano since I was 10 years old, while now I am studying the sax. I wrote many articles in the school newspaper, and I always loved writing and reading.

    I am a lover of movie-direction and cinema, in fact I am writing a script for a full-length film what I would like to direct.

    I practiced many sports, mostly gymnastic and boxing, falling then in love for rugby.

    I volunteered with young prisoners and I am taking a course for helping women victims of violence. I am vegetarian, I love animals, nature, enthusiasm and knowledge.

     I am firmly convinced that the key to Progress resides in the promotion of diversity.


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