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     Date Submitted:02-12-2018
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     Current job:Postdoc
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsPhysics, space engineering, system engineering, astroparticle physics, nuclear physics
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    PhD in Physics (Université Pierre et Marie Curie) & MASTER in System Engineering (ISAE)
    Beijing, China

    WORK EXPERIENCE:
    AUG 2016 - ONGOING
    Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Tsinghua University - Beijing (China)
    MIMAC (MIcro-TPC MAtrix of Chambers) is a low-pressure directional detector
    which can offer simultaneous measurements of the energy and angle information of the detected recoil track allowing detection of nuclear recoils at energies down to a few keV. MIMAC is a collaboration project between THCA (Beijing) and LPSC (Grenoble).

    I performed data analysis, simulation and instrumentation work on the directional dark matter gas particle detector MIMAC. More specifically, I developed algorithms for electron rejection from the event sample, derived the angular resolution of the detector, performed head/tail low kinetic energy nuclear recoil track analysis,
    participated in the prototype detector operation at LPSC (Grenoble) and commissioning at IHEP (Beijing).
    University and State Fellowship recipient. Supervision of PhD student TAO Yi.

    - MAR 2015 - SEP 2015
    Research Assistant at APC (AstroParticule et Cosmologie) as part of the Engineering Master at Université Denis Diderot (Paris VII) - Paris (France)
    Using a VNA device and a cryogenic system I performed the characterization of the first and second generation of polarization sensitive kinetic inductance detectors (KIDs) operating at a temperature of 300 mK.
    To test their optical response I designed a photometric system using Zemax and performed quasi-optical analysis (with Python). I also designed the external support system with CATIA and proposed the Earth’s magnetic field (which generates Cooper pairs) cancelling system (based on Helmholtz coils).


    - OCT 2010 - JUL 2014
    Research Assistant on the space atomic clock PHARAO (ESA - ACES mission) as part of PhD at Université Pierre et Marie Curie at Centre National d'Études Spatiales (CNES) - Paris/Toulouse (France)
    Performed first PHARAO Flight Model operation experiments and analysis.
    Developed a new magnetic hysteresis prediction model based on the performed magnetic measurements. Designed, performed simulations, implemented and experimentally verified an active magnetic compensation system (400% improved performance over the previous system) based on that model. Evaluated and
    optimized the PHARAO atomic clock flight and engineering model subsystems.
    Determined accuracy (evaluated effects such as second order Zeeman, black body and cold collision) and stability (detection system noise, detection laser noise…) of the clock. Performed Monte Carlo simulations of the atomic cloud thermal evolution (using LabWindows). Performed thermal experiments on the PHARAO flight model using a VNA to verify the thermal regulation system.

    - MAR 2009 - JUN 2009
    Visiting Scientist at Caltech - Pasadena (USA)
    Project based on the study of the FIR/Radio correlation in the NVSS-FIRST-SDSS and NVSS-FIRST-SDSS-IRAS samples of galaxies. Observation experience at the CARMA telescope facility.

    -2008
    Internship/Summer school at CERN - Geneva (Switzerland)
    Harvard University ATRAP (anti-hydrogen trap) project. Worked on various small engineering projects such as supplying helium to the ATRAP device and making ground loop detectors.
    Attended CERN Particle physics Summer School with a fellowship of the Croatian Ministry of science, education and sports.
     

    EDUCATION:

    Advanced Master in Space System Engineering
    ISAE-SUPAERO - Toulouse (France)

    Professional course of study aimed to develop a high competence in space science, space systems engineering and space project management. Team project: Satellite conception for in-orbit servicing.
    - Fellowship by the Région Midi-Pyrénées.
    Courses: Advanced control, Design of satellites, Design of launchers, Space environment, Orbital mechanics, Space communication, Satellite engineering, System engineering and other.


    PhD in experimental physics (Highest Honours)
    Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris/Toulouse (France)

    Thesis (link to file): "On-ground characterization of the cold atoms space clock PHARAO".
    Courses on plasma kinematics, general relativity, Bayesian statistics, galaxy evolution and project management.


    Master of Experimental Nuclear Physics
    University of Zagreb (Croatia), University of Science

    Master thesis "Influence of the neutron number on the structure of argon isotopes populated in multinucleon transfer reactions" (LNL - Laboratori Nazionale di Legnaro and Rudjer Boskovic Institute Zagreb). Grade average 4.6 of 5.0.
    - Stipend for excellence from the Croatian Ministry of science, education and sports.
    Courses: Astrophysics, Particle physics, Nuclear physics, Quantum physics, Mathematical analysis, Solid state physics, different laboratories and other.

    Conferences and workshops:

    CYGNUS workshop at LPSC, Grenoble - France, October 2017
    "CYGNUS 2017: Sixth International Workshop on Directional Detection of Dark Matter", Xichang, China, June 2017
    Invited speaker at the 2013 Joint UFFC, EFTF, and PFM Symposium. Abstract
    Title: “Status of the flight model of the cold atoms space clock PHARAO”, Prague - Czech Republic, 2013
    ESA/CNES: "From quantum to cosmos", Nice – France, 2013
    ESA ACES workgroup meetings at Paris (presentation) and Nice - France, 2013
    CNES Journées Jeunes Chercheurs (presentation and poster), Toulouse – France, 2012
    Novicosmo Astrophysics conference, SISSA fellowship, Rabac – Croatia, 2009

    Publications:

    Morić, I. et al., "Angular resolution of the MIMAC Dark Matter directional detector", in prep
    Morić, I.; Smolčić, V.; Kimball, A.; Riechers, D. A.; Ivezić, Ž.; Scoville, N. "A closer view of the radio-FIR correlation: disentangling the contributions of star formation and AGN activity”, N. 2010, ApJ, 724, 779
    Tartari, A., et al. "LEKIDs as mm-Wave Polarisation Analysers: Fabrication, Test Bench and Early Results", Dec 2015 · Journal of Low Temperature Physics
    Morić, I. et al., 2014, “Magnetic shielding of the cold atom space clock PHARAO”, Acta Astronautica 01/2014; 102:287–294
    Morić, I. et al., 2014, “Hysteresis prediction inside magnetic shields and application”, Rev Sci Instrum. 2014 Jul, doi: 10.1063/1.4890561
    Laurent, P.; Abgrall, M.; Morić, I. et al., 2014, “PHARAO: The first primary frequency standard using cold atoms for space applications”, Revue française de métrologie, n° 34, Vol. 2014-2
    Morić, I. ; Laurent P, 2013, “Status of the flight model of the cold atoms space clock PHARAO”, Conference: European Frequency and Time Forum & International Frequency Control Symposium (EFTF/IFC), 2013 Joint
    Smolčić V., et al. "The Redshift and Nature of AzTEC/COSMOS 1: A Starburst Galaxy at z = 4.6", 2011, ApJ, 731, L27
    Laurent, P., et al. “Cold Atoms Space Clock PHARAO: Validation and Flight Model Assembly”, 39th COSPAR Scientific Assembly. Held 14-22 July 2012, in Mysore, India. Abstract E1.14-13-12, p.1042
    Esnault, F.-X., et al. “PHARAO flight model: Integration and "on ground" performances tests”, Frequency Control Symposium (FCS), 2014 IEEE International

    Skills:

    Python, OriginPro, Microsoft tools, CERN ROOT/C++, LaTex, CVI/LabWindows (C), IDL, Zemax
    Croatian (native), English (fluent 111/120 TOEFL), French (intermediate), Chinese (basic), German (basic)
     


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