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     Date Submitted:13-12-2018
     Last Modified:14-12-2018 (07:45)
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     Current job:Space and Plasma Physics PhD
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsSpace, Space Plasma Physics, Matlab, Python, Illustrator, LaTeX,

    Born: 3 November 1986, Leiden, NL 

    Nationality: German 


    Languages: German (native), Dutch (native), English (professional), Swedish (advanced), French (basic)




    Ph.D. in Physics IRF Uppsala (Uppsala, Sweden), 

    Specialization: Space and Plasma Physics
    Thesis: "Plasma and dust around icy moon Enceladus and comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko", done at Swedish space institute (IRF) and Uppsala University. 



    M.Sc. Physics Uppsala University (Uppsala, Sweden),

    Thesis: "Plasma around icy moon Enceladus", done at IRF 



    B.Sc. Astronomy Leiden University (Leiden, The Netherlands)

    Thesis: "Volume Filling Factor of Evolving Dust Agglomerates", done at University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. 



    B.Sc. Physics Leiden University (Leiden, The Netherlands)
    Thesis: see above 



    High school Diploma (The Hague, The Netherlands) The Hague German International School 



    2018 Cold electrons at comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko A&A 616, A51 


    2018 Plasma density structures at comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko MNRAS, vol 477, P1296-1307

    2017 Cold and warm electrons at 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, A.I. Eriksson, I.A.D. Engelhardt, et. al. A&A 605, A15 


    2015 Plasma regions, charged dust and field-aligned currents near Enceladus, PSS 117, 453-469

    2011 Porosities of protoplanetary dust agglomerates from collision experiments, J. Teiser, I. Engelhardt and G. Wurm APJ, Volume 742, Issues 1, Article id. 5 


    2010-2018 Various conference/workshop abstracts Awards 


    National competition in science within Germany 

    3rd Place in Biology: "Beobachtungen an Agaporniden, die mit der Hand aufgezogen wurden" 





    Data Analysis: Matlab, Python, R, SQL, IDL,
    Programming: Maple, Mathematica, OriginLab, LabView, COMSOL Bash, C++, Java, Javascript
    Publication: LaTeX, iWork, Microsoft Office, Open Office
    Artwork: Adobe Illustrator, Blender, Google Sketch-Up 



    2016-2018 Lab Assistant Uppsala University(Uppsala, Sweden)

    Lab assistant for a basic mechanics course 


    2013 Arctic Science IRF (Kiruna, Sweden) 

    Winter Course on Arctic Science Provided by Umeå University and the Swedish Space Institute (IRF) Kiruna 


    2007 PION (Utrecht, The Netherlands)

    Project Interuniversitaire Olympiade Natuurkunde (national physics competition of Dutch Universities) 


    2003 ESA Space Camp (Andøya, Norway) 

    ESA Space Camp at Andøya Rocket Range, Norway Organized by NAROM (National Centre for Space-related Education) and the ESA Children’s Camp Club (ESA CCC) in cooperation with the Andøya Rocket Range (ARR) and the Norwegian Space Centre (NSC) 


    2001, 2002 ESA Camp (Italy, France) 

    Other ESA Space Camps in Trieste, Italy and Brest, France 



    2012-2015 Buddy System Uppsala Studentkår (Uppsala, Sweden) 

    Buddy Group Leader for new international students. 


    2003-2006  THIMUN (The Hague, The Netherlands) 

    The Hague International Model United Nations
    Administrative Staff: Approval Panel, Secretariat, Security Coun- cil / ICJ, Computer Room 


    2003-2005 Student Representative (The Hague, The Netherlands) 

    SV - Schüler Vertretung (student representation) at High School 


    2002-2004 MUN (The Hague, The Netherlands) 

    Model United Nations club at high school 


    Other Merits 

    currently Private Pilot License for single engine piston aircraft

    2001-2012 Different Sailing, Windsurfing, and Radio- Communication Licenses

    2004 Drivers License Class B, M, L

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