Atomic Physics Graduate Resume

Atoms comprise of nucleus and electrons. Nucleus of an atom in turn consists of protons and neutrons. The term atomic physics refers to study of all these components in an atom. A similar word, called nuclear physics, is generally used in the same context. However, in terms of strict physics terminology, atomic physics studies atomic nuclei, as well as the electrons which lie outside the nuclei, whereas nuclear physics studies only the atomic nuclei.

Most of the work in atomic physics is emphasized on new research. The other popular profile is professor at college/university. A fresh graduate in atomic physics can go for any of these profiles.

Find the following atomic physics graduate resume for an entry level candidate.

Sample Atomic Physics Graduate Resume:

Leo Ortiz

456, X Street, Y Avenue,

Los Angeles, CA-90003

(123) 456-7890

Career Objective:

To seek a good entry level position in an educational institute / a research institute

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Tremendous scientific aptitude with great enthusiasm in the field of atomic physics
  • Strong theoretical and experimental background with proven academic records
  • In-depth understanding of the fundamental concepts in Atomic physics
  • Mastery in mathematic formulation of physical concepts, very strong at theoretical physics
  • Special interests in electron spin motion. Studied this phenomenon thoroughly
  • Attended a number of program events of physics as extra curricular activities
  • Updated knowledge of the field
  • Ability to deliver good quality work output both individually as well as a tem-player
  • Immense fluency in spoken and written English communication skills
  • Highly penetrative analyzing ability
  • Uncommon ability to correlate various and distinctive information to reach quickly to the solution
  • Great dexterity at MS office tools

Academic education:

  • Graduate in Science with specialization in Atomic Physics from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2009)

Academic Project:

  • “Interesting trends in the half-life periods of the sixth row elements”. In this academic project, I chose VI row elements from periodic table for comparative study of their half lives. Also, I included few other properties of elements which are related to the half lives. Moreover, I concluded these other properties too, follow interesting trend patterns, as do their half life values.

Personal Details:

  • Date of Birth: XX / XX / 1984
  • Marital status: Single
  • Expected employment status: Full time
  • Ready to Relocate: Y / N

References: Will be available on request

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