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									                              Sean Troy Cornett
                                  735 Cooper Dr., Lexington, KY 40502

  • To obtain a position in a professional, information technology environment that makes use of my
    computer skills and business training.

  • University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
    Masters of Business Administration, Gatton College of Business and Economics, expected May 2001—
    current GPA 4.0
    Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, Molecular Theory, September 1999—Dissertation research done at the
    Institute for Theoretical Atomic & Molecular Physics, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics,
    Harvard University
  • Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky
    Bachelor of Science in Physics summa cum laude, Math minor, Honors Scholar, May 1993

Relevant Skills & Experience
  • Programming languages
    Extensive high-level, scientific programming experience using FORTRAN 77 & 90, including dynamic
    memory allocation, modules, and derived types.
    Moderate experience with PHP and SQL.
    Moderate experience with HTML, DHTML (including CSS), and L TEX markup languages.

    Moderate experience with Unix shell scripting using bash and (t)csh.
    Elementary experience with JavaScript and Perl scripting languages.
  • Unix systems
    Extensive end-user experience using Compaq/Digital OSF Unix on Alpha architecture, SuSE and
    Redhat Linux distributions on Intel x86 architecture.
    Extensive experience using KDE and GNOME window managers for X11.
    Extensive experience with Gnu/Linux tools, including fdisk, grep, less, make, rpm, vi, tar, secure
    remote login using ssh, secure file transfer using scp and sftp.
    Moderate experience with Linux software solutions, including Gnu Image Manipulation Program,
    StarOffice, Apache, MySQL, and Netscape Navigator & Messenger.
    Elementary experience with Oracle for Solaris and Linux.
  • MS Windows systems
    Moderate experience using Win 98, including hardware and software installation.
    Moderate experience with Excel, Word, and Internet Explorer.
    Elementary experience using Win 2000.

Recent Employment
  • Web Design & Maintenance, Part-time Staff, University of Kentucky (September 2000–
    The physics department wants to get more out of its web site. They require an inexpensive, user-
    friendly tool for creating web pages for facultly, students, and staff. This solution must be effective
    across Unix, Linux, and Windows platforms and not require a commerical server. In addition, the
    department wants to integrate database applications into their web site for keeping track of current
    students, prospective students, and posting biographies of the faculty. As an assistant to the IT
    manager over the next several months, I will research web-page editors for an application that meets
    the departments needs. I will also act as a liaison between the department and the Arts & Sciences
    college as standards of appearance for the various departmental web sites are determined. In order
    to make the departmental pages dynamic, I will actively aid in integrating an open-source database
    solution such as MySQL into the web site using PHP.
                                  Sean Troy Cornett
                                       735 Cooper Dr., Lexington, KY 40502

  • Information Technology Intern, Garvey Products, Cincinnati, Ohio, (July 2000–August 2000)
    Garvey is a medium-sized manufacturing division whose technology infrastructure consists of terminals con-
    nected to an IBM AS-400 server at their headquarters in Chicago and roughly two dozen stand-alone PC’s
    and no IT staff. As soon as possible, management wants to have Internet access, e-mail capabilities, and a
    WWW presence, with the latter preferably a business-to-consumer e-commerce site. Acting as a technology
    consultant, I advised management on positioning their web site to attract retail sales, a new market for Garvey,
    by researching web site promotion, e-commerce solutions, and e-commerce hosting. In addition, I designed a
    new logo using Photoshop and a first-draft home page in HTML.
  • Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Department of Physics, University of Kentucky (September
    1999–July 2000)
    Full-time research scientist in the theoretical Atomic & Molecular physics group. Research focused on modeling
    the dissociation of alkali-halide molecules in ultra-violet laser fields, with an emphasis on calculating the relative
    amount of each fragment species produced at various laser energies.
  • Teaching/Research Assistant, Department of Physics, University of Kentucky (September 1998–
    August 1999)
    Research toward Ph.D. dissertation and teaching undergraduate laboratories and recitation courses.
  • Predoctoral Research Fellow, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, (September 1996–
    August 1998)
    Research toward Ph.D. dissertation as part of the Atomic & Molecular physics division.
  • Fellow and Half-time Teaching Assistant, Department of Physics, University of Kentucky (Au-
    gust 1993–August 1996)

  • Available upon request

Awards & Honors
  • Dissertation Research Fellowship, Graduate School, University of Kentucky (September 1998-December

  • Smithsonian Institution Predoctoral Fellowship, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Har-
    vard University (September 1996–August 1998)
  • Area of National Needs Fellowship, Department of Physics, University of Kentucky (August 1993-
    August 1996)
  • Barry M. Goldwater Mathematics, Science & Engineering Scholarship, One of Two Awards for the
    State of Kentucky (May 1992–May 1993)

  • Dean’s List, seven semesters, Eastern Kentucky University (December 1989-December 1992)
  • Regents Scholarship, Eastern Kentucky University (August 1989–August 1993)

  • German, fluent speaker

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