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Current Address                                                                       Permanent Address
SMC 6236, 5032 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15289-6236
                               FIRSTNAME M. LASTNAME                                  18 Walnut Drive
                                                                                      Austin, TX 21560-8105
412.889.4600 (Cell)
                                              mse@andrew.cmu.edu                      524.881.0011
                                                  U.S. Citizen


  OBJECTIVE          To obtain a summer internship in the field of materials science and engineering to utilize
                     my technical and problem solving skills

  EDUCATION          CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY Pittsburgh, PA
                     Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering                           May 2014
                           Overall GPA: 3.31/4.00

                     AUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL Austin, TX
                     High School Diploma                                                               June 2010
                            Overall GPA: 3.80/4.00
                            Rank: 5/196

  RELEVANT           Intro to Materials Science and Engineering      Differential Equations
  COURSES            Calculus in Three Dimensions                    Advanced Programming in Java
                     Physics I, II for Engineers                     Intro to Mechanical Engineering

  SKILLS             Applications: Minitab, Labview, MathCAD, Java, MS Office
                     Instruments: Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), X-Ray Diffraction (XRD)
                     Spoken Languages: Conversant in Spanish

  WORK               CARNEGIE MELLON
  EXPERIENCE         Research Assistant, Materials Science and Engineering                August 2011 - present
                         Evaluate the surface properties of various AL finishes
                         Perform ongoing mechanical testing and analysis

                     O’CONNOR IRRIGATION Austin, TX
                     Irrigation System Installation Workman                                     Summer 2011
                          Assisted Senior Associate with plumbing, head installation, Ditch Witch, trench
                             digging, wiring, and programming
                          Developed schematics using proper measurements and gauges
                          Applied and spread appropriate amounts of loam and grass seed post-installation

  PROJECTS           Mousetrap Car, Intro to Mechanical Engineering                                    Fall 2010
                        Designed and constructed a mousetrap car, in a team of two students, to compete
                          in a competition where the car must travel at least 20 ft., but must stop before it
                          travels 30 ft.

  ACTIVITIES         Varsity Soccer, Carnegie Mellon University: 2010 - present
                     Intramural Softball, Carnegie Mellon University: 2011 - present
                     Intramural Doubles Table Tennis, Carnegie Mellon University: 2010
                     National Honor Society, Secretary (2007), Austin High School: 2009 - 2010
                     Varsity Soccer, Captain (2008), Austin High School: 2008 - 2010
                     Intramural Table Tennis, Manager (2008), Austin High School: 2008 - 2010

  HONORS             Dean’s List, College of Engineering: Spring 2011
                     Austin High School Mathematics Award
                     Massachusetts Institute of Technology Book Award
                     U.S. Marines Scholarship
                          SAMPLE MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING RESUME- Junior, Senior


Current Address                                                                                         Permanent Address
507 North Neville Street                Firstname M. Lastname                                           20 Eagle Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-6236                                                                               Dallas, TX 15401
(412) 222-1212 (Cell)
                                                    mse@andrew.cmu.edu                                  (826) 111-8787
                                                             U.S. Citizen


OBJECTIVE
To obtain a full time position to apply materials science and engineering to the advancement of imaging technology, optics, biomedical
technology, or materials
EDUCATION
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering                                                                                   May 2012
   Minors in Manufacturing Engineering and Photography & Digital Imaging
        GPA 3.42/4.0
WORK EXPERIENCE
Power Superconductor Applications Corp., New Castle, PA                                                               Summer 2011
Laboratory Specialist Grade IV
            Utilized engineering software such as LabView, MathCAD, and AutoCAD
            Constructed testing apparatus and tested Linear Induction Motors and Transverse Flux Machines
            Led research initiative on the use of Cryogenic Aluminum hyperconductor in company products
            Contributed to published paper: Kuznet, Levy, Wilson. “Development of High-Field Transverse Flux Induction Drive for
             Ordnance Handling on Navy Ships and Industrial Conveyors” 4th Int. Sym. Linear Drives for Industry Apps.
            Participated in writing government proposals and travel to Wright Patterson Air Force Base, NIST, NRL, and ONR to meet
             with partners and clients
Carnegie Mellon University, Undergraduate Research
Research Assistant, The effect of surface texture on formability in Aluminum sheets                                     Spring 2011
            Designed templates for a photolithography process to texture Aluminum sheets
            Performing ongoing mechanical testing and analysis
Research Assistant, Grain Boundary Movement in Thin Films of Aluminum                                                   Spring 2010
            Produced images from TEM negatives in a black and white darkroom
            Traced grain boundaries by hand to track movement and wrote original paper on hand tracing techniques
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee, FL                                                              Summer 2010
Research Intern, Topic: Superconducting Material Magnesium Diboride
            Conducted research with a team of scientists and students
            Improved production for pure MgB2 by refining heat treatments
            Operated SQUID magnetometer and ran X-Ray Diffraction tests
            Interpreted results, wrote an original paper, and presented research to scientists, staff, and peers
Scott-Lynn Square One Hour Photo, Dallas, TX
Photo Technician                                                                                                          2007-2009
            Operated one hour photo equipment and corrected for color imbalances
            Digitally enhanced/restored images for customers using Adobe Photoshop and Kodak imaging programs

ACADEMIC PROJECT
Materials Science Capstone Course, Senior Group Project                                                                     Fall 2011
Deformation of Amorphous Metallic Ribbon for use in Magnetic Core Applications
            Performed magnetic, compositional, and structural analysis on cores donated from Spang Magnetics
            Designed a billet and performed hot extrusion of a wound core at WPAFB to reduce the ribbon thickness
            Cast an amorphous rod and amorphous metallic ribbon for comparative analysis

SKILLS
Applications: Adobe Photoshop, Minitab, LabVIEW, MathCAD, Java, MS Office
Instruments: Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), X-Ray Diffraction (XRD), SQUID Magnetometer, Differential
Scanning Calorimetry (DSC), Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA), Vickers Hardness Testing, Charpy Testing, Polishing, Melt Spinning,
Photography and Black and White Darkroom, Color Photography Darkroom, Soldering

LEADERSHIP AND HONORS
Resident Advisor, CMU Apartments             2010- present          Judith Resnik Challenger Scholarship                    2008-2012
Photography Club, President                  2009-2011              National Society of Collegiate Scholars                 2009-2012
Pre-College Counselor                        Summer 2008            Student Action Committee, MSE                           2009-2012
                               SAMPLE MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING RESUME- PhD

JAE CHAN
420 S. Aiken Avenue., Apt. B7  Pittsburgh, PA 15232  Phone: (412) 978-5201  E-mail: jaechan@cmu.edu

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
        Materials science engineer / researcher with in-depth knowledge on compound semiconductor, SiC
        Ability to work collaboratively with commitment to achieve corporate goals
        Excellent materials engineering project management skills
        Hands-on skills with various tools, equipment and computer software

EDUCATION
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering                                       May 2012
        Thesis: Effect of doping on properties of hexagonal polytype silicon carbide crystals

Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea
M.S. in Metallurgical Engineering                                            June 2006
        Thesis: Thermodynamic evaluation of phase equilibria of the Ti-Mo-C-N quaternary system
B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering                                            June 2004
        Seoul National University Scholarship

EXPERIENCE
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Graduate Researcher, Materials Science and Engineering                           September 2008 – Present

GROWTH OF HIGH-PURITY SEMI-INSULATING 6H-SIC THICK FILMS AND BULK CRYSTALS
Funded by Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)

Conducted in collaboration with the Pennsylvania State University Applied Research Laboratory
(ARL)
        Planned and executed 210+ experiments to establish a new chemical vapor deposition (CVD) process
        Worked in cooperation with three other colleagues in a team and attended monthly meetings with ARL
        Accomplished the growing of high-purity 6H-SiC single crystals with good semi-insulating properties, the lowest reported
         impurity levels close to or below the detection limit of secondary ion mass spectroscopy
        Developed and implemented new features with the CVD system to improve the process
        Diagnosed and solved various problems related to the CVD system
        Published and presented findings at international conferences (ICSCRM 2011 and ICCG 2010)

EFFECT OF NITROGEN DOPING ON 4H-SIC SINGLE CRYSTAL
Funded by Office of Naval Research (ONR)
       Designed series of experiments in order to prove a working hypothesis defined through addressing the contradiction between
        conventional viewpoint and experimental observations on the spontaneous formation of structural defects in highly nitrogen
        doped 4H-SiC
       Prepared and inspected samples with both conventional TEM and High-Resolution TEM
       Analyzed samples with High-Resolution X-Ray Diffraction and Optical Absorption Spectrometer
       Verified the mechanism of the phenomena and identified the upper limit of nitrogen doping above which structural defects
        would form spontaneously at device processing temperature
       Published and presented findings at international conference (ECSCRM 2010)

Course Assistant, Materials Science and Engineering                              2008 – Present
       Graded homework for graduate and undergraduate courses
       Assisted students in understanding topics in courses
JAE CHAN
Korean Electronics Technology Institute, South Korea
Project Engineer                                                                  2006 – 2007
SURFACE ACOUSTIC WAVE PROPAGATION PROPERTIES OF NITROGENATED DIAMOND-LIKE CARBON FILMS
        Developed simulation programs with FORTRAN
        Predicted the velocity of surface acoustic waves of multi layered thin film and verified experimental results through the
         developed programs

Seoul National University, South Korea
Graduate Researcher, Materials Science and Engineering                        2004 – 2006
THERMODYNAMIC EVALUATION OF PHASE EQUILIBRIA OF THE TI-MO-C-N QUATERNARY SYSTEM
        Obtained and validated experimental thermodynamic data related to Ti-Mo-C-N system
        Identified valid thermodynamic parameters and estimated the thermodynamic stability the system

SKILLS
Manufacturing Technologies: Extensive experience with equipment and processes of physical vapor transport (PVT)
  and chemical vapor deposition (CVD)
Materials Testing and Characterization:
  High-Resolution TEM(Transmission Electron Microscopy) , Conventional TEM, Scanning Electron Microscopy,
  High-Resolution X-Ray Diffractometer, Powder and Laue X-Ray Diffractometer, X-Ray Topography,
  Optical Microscopy, Optical Absorption Spectrometer,
  Hall Measurements, Deep Levels Transient Spectroscopy, Scanning Electron Microscopy,
Computer: ThermoCalc, HSC Chemistry, Visio, Origin, Minitab, Mathematica, C, C++, Assembly, FORTRAN
Languages: Korean; Japanese

CONFERENCES
        Poster Presentation, „Electrical Properties of undoped 6H- and 4H-SiC Bulk Crystals Grown by Halide Chemical Vapor
         Deposition,‟ ICSCRM 2011 (International Conference on Silicon Carbide and Related Materials), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
         USA, September 2011
        Oral Presentation, „Properties of Thick 6H-SiC Crystals Grown by Halide Chemical Vapor Deposition,‟ ICCG 2010
         (International Conference on Crystal Growth), Grenoble, France, August 2010
        Poster Presentation, „Halide Chemical Vapor Deposition growth of High-Purity 6H-SiC.‟ ICCG 2009 (International
         Conference on Crystal Growth), Grenoble, France, August 2010

PUBLICATIONS
        H.J. Chan, S.W. Huh, A.Y. Polyakov, M.A. Fanton, “Electrical Properties of Undoped 6H- and 4H-SiC Bulk Crystals Grown
         by Halide Chemical Vapor Deposition,” accepted for publication in Materials Science Forum.
        H. J. Chan, A. Polyakov, S.W. Huh, S. Nigam, M. Fanton, B. Weiland, and D. Snyder, “Bulk Growth of High-Purity 6H-SiC
         by Halide Chemical Vapor Deposition,” Journal of Applied Physics, 97 (2010) 084913
        H.J. Chan, and M. Skowronski, “High-resolution X-ray diffraction and optical absorption study of heavily nitrogen doped
         4H-SiC crystals,” Journal of Crystal Growth., 259 (2009) 52-60
        H.J. Chan, J.Q. Liu, Anne Henry, and M. Skowronski, “Stacking fault formation in highly doped 4H-SiC epilayers during
         annealing,” Materials Science Forum, 433-436, (2009) 253-256
        H.J. Chan, J.Q. Liu, M. Skowronski, “Stacking fault formation in highly doped 4H-SiC epilayers during annealing,” Applied
         Physics Letter, 81 (2008) 3759-3761
        S. Nigam, H.J. Chan , S.W. Huh, B.E. Weiland, and D.W. Snyder, “Growth Kinetics and Polytype Stability in Halide
         Chemical Vapor Deposition of SiC,” accepted for publication in Materials Science Forum

ACTIVITIES
        Korean Central Church of Pittsburgh, President of Young Adult Group, 2011
        Volunteer, biweekly visits to the nursing home for retired nuns, 2010 – Present

				
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