Post Doctoral Level Resume

Chris Doe

1234 Elm Street,
(123) 456-7890
Anytown, ST 00000
chris_doe [at] email [dot] com

Education

Ph.D., Condensed Matter Physics, Name of University, City, ST 1984
M.Sc., Physics (Physical Methods of Analysis), Name of University, City, ST 1979
B.Sc., Physics (with Electronics), Name of University, City, ST 1978

Professional Activities

Visiting Scientist (Trainee Beam Line Scientist) 01/02 - 06/02
Nam Lap Corp, CUNY - 03/03 - 07/03

  • Within first week was able to résumé 75% of the beam line scientist duties and managed night shift without assistance from the beam line scientist.
  • Organized and conducted international inter-comparison of primary standards for low pressure,
  • Worked as co-investigator on high technology materials, such as a project with microchip maker, Applied Materials Corporation, on properties of ultra thin films of SiO2Nx/si wafers and was involved in research in nano-structures and electronic properties of thin films of great technological importance.
  • Supervised Post Doc. during lab development and helped design DC Magnetron Sputtering System and Thin film deposition and thickness monitoring system and helped setup Electron Spectrum Analyzer, which was damaged during transit from [name of] research lab to LBL.
  • Designed and installed a computer controlled auto calibration system which significantly saved time and automatically recalibrated the beam of energy to eliminate angular errors.

Managerial Activities

  • Managed Surface Science Laboratory at Physics Department (1989 – 1998) and introduced collaboration between Surface Science lab and local industry R & D labs.
  • Managed research projects originated both inside and outside the university and coordinated group research activities and PhD and MS research projects; and promoted research collaboration with local industry and research centers through organizing short courses and workshops.
  • Upgraded departmental mechanical/machine shop hardware reducing maintenance cost by one-third and implemented professional training program for mechanical/machine shop personnel which increased productivity and efficiency significantly.
  • Managed freshman physics labs and graduate labs (1995 – 2001) and supervised Ph.D., M.Sc. Thesis and Graduate Lab projects.

Publications

  1. M.A. Jones, L. Williams, A. E. D. Smith and A. E. Doe, "Name of Article", Name of Journal, Oxford (1985).
  2. M.A.Jones, A.E.D. Smith, A.E. Doe, "Name of Article", Name of Journal, V 19-23 Sept. 1988.
  3. Z. Smith, M. S. Wilson, O.B. Dabrei and M.A. Jones, "Name of article", Name of Journal, 12-14 March 1988., JFYHM, Acme.
  4. M.A. Jones, S.M.A Duran and E.E. Kirk, "Name of article", Name of Journal, New York, 13-16 April 1992. Proceedings Published by University of New York, p187.
  5. A.E. Doe, M.A. Jones and A.E.D. Smith, "Name of Article", IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, 4, 1, (February 1999).
  6. N. Smith, A. L. Moore, and M. Jones, "Name of Article", in "Recent Developments in Material Processing and Modeling", Ed. by XYZ Press, (1999) 346-369.
  7. N. Smith and M. A. Jones, "Name of Article" , ICSOS-6, Vancouver, Canada, August 19-30, 1998.
  8. Z. Smith, M. S. Wilson, O.B. Dabrei and M.A. Jones, "Name of article", Name of Journal, 12-14 March 1988, JFYHM, Acme.
  9. M.A. Jones, S.M.A Duran and E.E. Kirk, "Name of article", Name of Journal, New York, 13-16 April 1992. Proceedings Published by University of New York, p187.
  10. A.E. Doe, M.A. Jones and A.E.D. Smith, "Name of Article", IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, 4, 1, (February 1999).
  11. N. Smith, A. L. Moore, and M. Jones, "Name of Article", in "Recent Developments in Material Processing and Modeling", Ed. by XYZ Press, (1999) 346-369.
  12. N. Smith and M. A. Jones, "Name of Article", ICSOS-6, Vancouver, Canada, August 19-30, 1998.

Teaching Experience

Guest Lecturer
Condensed Matter Physics
Laboratory Teaching Assistant
Responsibilities include pre-lab lectures, instrument calibration and repair, grading notebooks and exams, tutorial sessions, and office hours. Material for use in physics courses; also taught graduate special topic courses related to Surface General Physics: e&m, light, atomic and nuclear physics.
History of Physics
Honors Intro. Physics I: Optics.
Honors Intro. Physics II: General relativity.
Honors Intro. Physics III: Quantum physics.