Physics: research and teaching in Montreal
Location:Montreal, QC, Canada (From home)Education level: PHD
Education field: Physical Sciences
Years of experience: more than 5
Attributes that best describes:
Strong analytical skills
I am interested by any job opportunity such as an Academic Essay Writer (freelance, remote). I am a physicist expert in computational materials science targeted to microelectronic and nanoelectronic device. I hold a PhD degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland) and a master degree in Theoretical Physics (plasmas magnetohydrodynamics). Since 2012 I hold a permanent position of College Physics Professor (Sainte-Thérèse, QC, Canada).
For five years I worked as R&D Consultant (remote working) for Silanna Ltd. (Brisbane, Australia) in the field of nanoscale resistive memory devices and semiconductor film growth. During that period I made a valuable contribution to the company's work and my opinions and recommendations were highly respected.
Furthermore I have acquired in the past considerable experience in various fields of physics. After my PhD thesis and until December 2009 I was a postdoctoral fellow at Laboratoire de Génie microélectronique at UQAM (Montréal) where I worked on resistive memory devices and photo-addressed organic light-emitting diodes used for the fabrication of flexible large displays. In both subjects the work was conducted in close collaboration with experimentalists and the involved industry.
My experience in editing includes the fact that I published many scientific papers and industry reports. I also worked for few months as freelance editor for Enago.
Through my work for academia and industry and which involved most of the time a feedback loop between experiments and modeling, I acquired a competence and a procedure that ensures me that my work process or work object is at it should be represented and of the best possible quality.
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