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Resume´ (March 24, 2016)

CONTACT INFO
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4242 A Street, Apt. X
(111) 111 1111
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myname@xxxx.edu í
username
mygithub
 @somewords
mywebpa.ge

EDUCATION
B.S., Physics and Mathematics
Logic and Methodology (Minor)
North Carolina State University

2016

Graduate of the Math Honors Program. Member of Σ Π Σ, the physics honor society.
Math GPA: 3.9. Physics GPA: 3.3.
Selected undergraduate courses: Classical Mechanics I-II, Electromagnetism I-II, Quantum
Physics I-II, Thermal Physics, Scientific Method, Numerical Analysis II, Number Theory, Probability Theory, Game
Theory
Selected graduate courses:
Abstract Algebra, Linear Algebra, Combinatorics, Differential Equations II, Real Analysis II, Nonlinear Dynamics and
Chaos, Set Theory & Foundations

COMPUTER SKILLS
Linux (Ubuntu)
Python (2 & 3)
JavaScript

MATLAB
LabVIEW
LATEX

EXPERIENCE
Teaching / Tutoring
• I tutored at NCSU’s Physics Tutorial Center for one year during my undergraduate studies. In addition,
I worked as a private tutor for both math and physics.
• In my graduate set theory course (MA 561), I taught a one-week module on category theory, after the
primary course material had concluded.

Software Development

• I am the author and lead developer for the Python package xxxxx, which implements object-oriented
representations of various number-theoretic and combinatorial structures. The repository can be found
at github.com/mygithub/xxxxx.
• I am on the developer team for A Webgame, an open-source web game written in JavaScript. I am
responsible for several end-game content tracks and general QA testing. The GitHub repository (along
with my contributions) can be found at github.com/someoneelse/awebgame.

Laboratory Research
• Along with two partners, I conducted an analysis of Chua’s circuit, the simplest known circuit that
exhibits chaotic behavior. This entailed assembling and soldering the circuit, implementing a specialized
iterative fit algorithm in MATLAB, comparing the results to the “double scroll” theoretical expectation,
and typesetting a formal research report. The report can be found at mywebpa.ge/papers/ChuaCircuiut.pdf.









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