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									Robert Jobseeker, Ph.D.
2475 Corinth Ave. Apt. 109 • Los Angeles, CA 90064 • (310) 980-5565 • fap@physics.ucla.edu

SUMMARY
A highly talented and accomplished Research Scientist with an extensive international background in Physics, Electronics Design and Programming, Biomedicine, and Imaging. Academic and post-doctoral research experience. Expertise in chip design and programming. Highly knowledgeable in particle physics. Familiar with laboratory procedures and equipment. Able to train and supervise laboratory assistants. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. More than 100 articles and presentations.

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
Institute of Technology RWTH, Aachen, Germany Ph.D. in Experimental Particle Physics, 2000 Thesis: Measurement of e+e- -> qq(g) with the L3 Detector B.S. in Physics and Biomedicine Studies, concentration in Particle Physics (1996) Thesis: Measurement of e+e- -> gg(g) with the L3 Detector

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
UCLA, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Los Angeles, CA 2000 – 2007 Research Associate / Post-Doctoral Fellow  Conducted research involving the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment for the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, and the Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF) experiment. Provided research assistance to teams at UCLA as well as in Chicago and Geneva.  Currently designing and programming Xilinx FPGA logic for two chips on the ALCT2001 trigger board for CMS. One chip analyzes input signals and makes decisions based on programmed values. The second chip controls the sl
								
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