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Archimedes Syracuse

Nationality: Greek
Date of birth: 0287-02-12
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Resume Summary

I seek to enter a graduate training programme in science or engineering, preferably in the defence sector where my creative initiative, ideas and a genuine enthusiasm would allow me to progress.

I am a recent graduate who combined studies with working and other commitments. In achieving this, I have shown myself to be self-motivated, committed and determined in achieving my goals, come what may. I have also demonstrated negotiating and organising skills, a firm sense of responsibility and my capacity to work hard under pressure. I possess excellent verbal and written communication skills and am able to relate to a wide range of people, as proven by my varied work experiences: in retail, catering, hospitality work and teaching

Education

09/2013 - 06/2016, BSc. (Hons) Physics with Space Science and Systems, Syracuse University
Practical skills gained during my degree
  • Work with others in my degree group, learning hands on in many cases, the properties of metal, magnetic fields, electric fields and the electromagnetic spectrum, most notably light.
  • Carry out experiments with accuracy, analyse the results and draw conclusions. I learnt new mathematical techniques in order to solve real-world physical problems, e.g. calculus in order to solve quantum mechanical, thermal and statistical problems.

Final year individual project
Hypervelocity meteor impacts and their effects on Earth.
  • Utilised independent research skills, reading demanding texts, computer programming,  problem solving and math skills.
  • Setting objectives and deadlines was necessary due to time constraints.
  • Defended the project findings during a presentation in a research conference style talk. Some of our findings were deemed appropriate for publication in an academic paper.

Final year group project
  • The team leader with four colleagues.
  • Utilised group presentation techniques, effective time management.
  • Communicate ideas and difficult concepts effectively, write a report and to work to deadlines.  

Skills

MS Excel
MS Access
Fortran 90
AIP4WIN
MATLAB

Achievements

  • Built and flew an amateur rocket in the National Amateur Rocket Association's competition. I was head of the aerodynamics section of this project.
  • Army Cadet Force. I particularly enjoyed this role and learnt a lot about myself and the important things in life.  I used my analytical problem solving skills in practical situations under extreme pressure.  I learnt about self discipline, integrity, drive and determination, and the ability to persevere under pressure.  

Cognitive traits

Processing Consistency - 96%
Planning Speed - 83%
Attention Duration - 77%

Emotional traits

Social traits

Position Overview:

Physics Student

If you decide to study not only physics but science in general and get a place at a good university, you should be prepared for years of hard work and challenging assessments. However, if you're passionate about physics, a degree from a prestigious school might be the best career step for you. Moreover, you will have a chance to learn from the best industry professionals and might also work on projects which could have a real impact on the world of science. Besides maths, you'll gain extensive knowledge of mechanics, optics, astronomy, statistics, etc., as well. After graduating, you should also be able to use multiple coding languages and possess at least a basic knowledge of computer science.

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How to write your own Physics Student resume?

1. Focus on your education

As a student, you probably don't have much relevant work experience which would show off your qualities and strengths, and that's completely normal and okay. The recruiters understand that while studying at a university, you do not have enough time to get a job and work 40 hours a week. However, that doesn't mean that your resume doesn't have to be perfect. Just instead of work experience, you should mainly focus on the education section. That being said, you ought to add any academic achievements, extracurricular activities, relevant coursework, and awards to it. You could also consider putting the education section first, right behind the resume summary.

Physics Student Resume Education Example

BSc. (Hons) Physics with Space Science and Systems / Syracuse University (09/2013 – 06/2016)

Practical skills gained during my degree

  • "Work with others in my degree group, learning hands-on in many cases, the properties of metal, magnetic fields, electric fields, and the electromagnetic spectrum, most notably light."

  • "Carry out experiments with accuracy, analyze the results, and draw conclusions. I learned new mathematical techniques in order to solve real-world physical problems, e.g. calculus in order to solve quantum mechanical, thermal, and statistical problems."

2. Include action verbs where possible

You should aim to display yourself as a pro-active individual in your resume. To do this, when describing your accomplishments, skills, or work responsibilities, try to always use action verbs, for example, developed, implemented, researched, etc, instead of passive language. These will also help you to portray your experiences in an energetic way.  What's more, they can be added to basically any resume section and will significantly increase your chances of getting hired. Just don't overdo it!

Physics Student Resume Action Verbs Example

  • "Utilized independent research skills, reading demanding texts, computer programming, problem-solving and math skills."

  • "Setting objectives and deadlines was necessary due to time constraints."

  • "Defended the project findings during a presentation in a research conference-style talk. Some of our findings were deemed appropriate for publication in an academic paper."

3. Use a resume example

There are hundreds of resume samples for any position on the Internet, so why not use them to find out how should a  good resume for the job you're applying for look like? Resume example will also help you to determine what information you should include and which should be rather left out. Finally, you can also use a resume template so you don't have to start from scratch.   


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