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CV, UK Based Physics Grad Looking To Position In Renewable Energy

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 18734

List top 5 skills: computer literate, numerical, problem solving
Short Bio:

Graduate with a 2:2 in Physics Degree from Southampton University.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map



Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Pharmaceutical and Science, Oil, Gas and Energy

Spoken languages: 


Locations I am interested in working:



The University of Southampton (Sep ’10 – Jul ’14)
Physics (MPhys) 2.2

Downside School (Sep ’08 – Jul ‘10)
A levels; Physics (B), Maths (B), Biology (C)

Downside School (Sep ’06 – Jul ’06)
GCSE’s; Science (A), Maths (A), Religious Education (A), Design and Technology (B), History (B), English (C), Geography (C), French (E)

General Skills

 High level of numeracy utilized in almost every aspect of my degree.

 Excellent communication skills with the ability to work independently and as part of a team

 Developed excellent problem solving skills as a result of subject matter studied

 Excellent computer proficiency as a result of studying a highly technical degree which demanded fast and efficient learning of different software and Python programming experience gained from degree modules studied as part of my degree

 Experience in prioritizing workload to achieve strict deadlines

 Strong Data analysis experience from practical modules

Career Summary

July 9th ’14 – Present
Actively seeking employment in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance

Sept ’10 – July 8th ’14
Southampton University – Full time student

Masters in Physics

• Completed a team based project to design a presentation about the future of nuclear energy. To do this in the time constraints we split up the subject matter into different sections and each created a presentation for one of those sections which was then modified into one complete presentation

• I developed the instrumentation for measuring the amount of atmospheric turbulence for my Masters Project. I did this by outfitting a model plane with the required sensors. As part of this project I had to analyse the data outputted from an altitude heading reference system (AHRS)

• Searched for trends in a large data sample to find how the AHRS was outputting the data from the on board sensors

• Designed experiments to test the finished prototype