I am a driven and dedicated Physicist with more than two years of progressive experience in the science and experimental field. I specialise in medical, radiation and nuclear physics, and data analysis. I address challenges by observation and assessing, then designing a solution, then evaluating before tackling the challenge itself. I have also developed a strong personal motivation to be able to work independently to achieve tasks as a result of actively designing experiments over a period of time. I am currently looking for a challenging role within the science sector, and I am able and willing to relocate to anywhere within the UK.
First class honours degree in BSc Physics
Research Assistant of the Month, 2015
President of Physics Society at the University of York, 2014
2012 – 2015
University of York
Grade achieved: 1:1
Experimental Laboratory for Astrophysics
Fabric of Physics
Laboratory for Theoretical Physics
2010 – 2012 Results: Physics: A Chemistry: A Further Mathematics: B
Hall Cross Sixth Form
Apr 2015 – Present
Physicist University of Manchester
Main duties performed:
Developing ideas with the use of specialist equipment, including computer programming and mathematical modelling
Designing and carrying out controlled experiments to test theories
Producing clear and concise reports which highlight the connection between experiments and theories
Working with a variety of people on a number of different projects, including weather forecasting and satellite technology development
Producing models in 2D and 3D using simulation software
Carrying out research in electronic properties of surfaces including metals, semiconductors and thin films
Modelling multiphase flows such as the transport of solid and liquid particles through gas
Producing academic literature to be published or broadcast
Working closely with a broad range of people, including senior management, consultants, engineering and scientific professionals
Assisting the senior scientists with their experiments and research papers
Giving talks and presentations in schools, colleges and universities
Participating in multidisciplinary team meetings to discuss projects
Jul 2014 – Mar 2015
Research Assistant University of Manchester
Main duties performed:
Supporting lecturers and members of staff with a variety of research projects
Offering advice with regards to experiment development
Completing research applications for external and internal support
Helping to carry out controlled experiments
Collecting data and ensuring its stored correctly
Carrying out general admin work, including filing and photocopying
Member of Institute of Physics
Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work – QCF
Level 2 ECDL – BSC
Broad understanding of fundamental theoretical physics, geoscientific theories and geophysical exploration & modelling techniques
Experienced in the use of statistical software packages such as MiniTab, Origin & Sigmaplot
Teamwork developed through group projects and technical laboratory assessments
Effectively interacting and collaborating with engineers in industry and scientific laboratories
Competent and experienced with Microsoft Office suite
Mr Paul Jenson Senior Scientist, University of Manchester Address: 4 Norfolk Rd, Kent, KL8 2DX Tel: 0773 5462 9066 Email:[email protected]
Mrs Michelle Lewis Academic Researcher, University of York Address: 25 Farley Rd, Dorset, DX9 2FL Tel: 0530 4563 7866 Email:[email protected]
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