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Candidate Profile
 Date Submitted:20-01-2014
 Last Modified:24-01-2014 (07:54)
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 Current job:New Graduate
 Employment Term:Permanent
 Job location:Anywhere
 Date available:immediately
 Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
 KeywordsNew Graduate, Physics, Space Weather Modelling, Scientific Computing.
CV
SUMMARY: I am a recent graduate of the University of Alberta with a BSc Specialization in Physics.
During my studies, I earned a place on the Dean’s Honor roll, while developing a strong technical
background in mathematics and science. The theoretical and applied experiences I have gained allow
me to reduce a wide array of problems to first principles. Insight into these challenges can then be
gained through the numerous mathematical methods and scientific techniques in which I have become
proficient.
 
During my studies, I participated in several research projects, including an undergraduate thesis in
Space Physics. In another project I performed research into scientific policy focusing on water
conservation. Furthermore I designed and taught space science outreach camps for teenagers over the
summer.
 
I was awarded a scholarships to pursue a semester at the University of Hong Kong and to participate in
an intensive week long Rocket Engineering/Space Science program in Norway co-hosted by the
Norwegian and Canadian Space Agencies. I have also volunteered as a Science Student Mentor with
the University and with the UofA Nanotechnology group organizing lectures and updating the website.
 
APPLIED SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE
Advanced study of Electromagnetic Theory with a particular interest in its application to wave
phenomenon in plasma. Demonstrated ability to work with sensitive scientific equipment, thoroughly
documenting observations, performing and presenting analysis. Senior Undergraduate study of Quantum,
Orbital and Statistical Mechanics; interest in Geophysics, Circuit Theory and Optics.
PORTFOLIO:
׃ 2013. (Undergraduate Thesis) Observations of Electromagnetic Ion Cyclotron Waves: A Possible Loss
Mechanism of Outer Radiation Belt Electrons. Supervisors: Dr. Ian Mann & Dr. Maria Usanova.
׃ 2013. (Experimental Project) Thin Film Interference. Created anti-reflection coatings and optical band
pass filter using physical vapor deposition techniques.
׃ 2013. (Experimental Project) Low Temperature Resistivity. Explored the different mechanisms of
electrical transmission in semi and regular conductors as a function of temperature.
 
MATHEMATICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL SKILLS
Strong mathematical background in advanced topics related to physics such as the theory of operators on
infinite dimensional vector spaces, complex analysis of differential equations, and group representation
theory. I have developed a wide array of computational skills including fluency in Microsoft Office and
internet research. Furthermore I am competent developer in the UNIX environment developing high level
proficiency in MATLAB and C++ as well as a good familiarity with HTML, Java and Python.
 
PORTFOLIO:
׃ 2012. (Computational Project) Protein Folding. Exploration of complex energy landscape of possible
polymer configurations using Monte Carlo methods and stochastic sampling techniques.
׃ 2012. (Computational Project) Newton’s Universe. A gravitational applet capable of replicating an
assortment of dynamics using a self-starting ODE integration procedure and an adaptive time step.
 
LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATION
In my final year of studies, I participated in an experimental, inter-disciplinary class focused on science
and it’s relation to society. Along with my team I researched the Alberta provincial water conservation
policy. We raised awareness of the issues and identified opportunities proposing scientifically valid
solutions to optimize water usage. Through our efforts we created a student group on campus, held open
public lectures on topics relevant to water conservation and I wrote a policy outline for the implementation
of grey water systems in Alberta. Furthermore I have developed strong written communication skills in
Microsoft Office, pursuing electives in philosophy, and scientific platforms like LateX. Volunteering as
webmaster for the U of A Nanotechnology group taught me about online communication using HTML.
 
2012-13 :. (Science 299: Science & Society) Alberta Water Conservation Initiative AWCI Vice President
of Communication
׃ 2012-13. (U of A Nanotechnology Group) Volunteered at events, and served as webmaster
communicating with members, guest lecturers and updating the website.
׃ 2012-13. (Student Mentor for the Faculty of Science). Met with high-school applicants, and young
students to discuss my experience and provide guidance.
 
RECOGNITION
׃ (2011) (Young Scholars Award) Scholarship to Study in Hong Kong
׃ (2013) (ISSET CaNo Rock Exchange) Scholarship to participate in a Canadian-Norwegian space
agency rocket engineering and space physics program.
׃ (2013) (‘Science student wants to make real world change’) Article available online June 10, 2013.
http://news.ualberta.ca/newsarticles/2013/june/science-citizen-aims-to-create-real-world-change
 
RESEARCH AND EXPERIENCE: PROFILE HISTORY
Space Academy Leader, Institute for Space Science, Exploration & Technology
University of Alberta Edmonton, AB 2012
Designed and taught a week long curriculum to junior high school students focused on various aspects of
space science and missions over the course of the summer.
 
EDUCATION
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA 2013
Bachelor of Science with Physics Specialization – Edmonton, AB
Focus:
: Specialized in space physics, pursuing interests in mathematics and computation.
HONG KONG UNIVERSITY 2011
Semester Abroad – Hong Kong, China
Focus
: Application of partial differential equations to the study of higher dimensional classical systems
: Study of Chinese philosophy, history and language.

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