Graduate Teaching Research Assistant resume example with 11+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Physicists and electrical engineer with 12 years of industrial and research experience in the design, simulation, optimization, fabrication, measurement and test of antenna, RF & microwave devices and characterization of nanomagnetic materials leading to 6 peer-review journal papers, 8 conference presentations and 3 manuscripts in preparation.
Deep knowledge of analog RF and microwave systems, skilled in debugging and troubleshooting earned by taking +30 courses and labs, instructing +5 university courses, and +4 years of hands on industrial experience as RF design engineer.
Highly skilled in +5 RF simulation softwares, +3 programming languages, +7 professional RF measurement equipment and material characterization tools.
Strong track record of independently analyzing data, reading and interpreting technical documents including schematics, datasheets, and test procedures. Strong written and oral communication skills to convey complex technical information effectively and, strong collaboration, team skills and a continual learner attitude. Read and interpret technical documents including schematics, datasheets, and test procedures.

  • RF active and passive circuit design and measurement
  • Vector network analyzer
  • Oscilloscope
  • Signal generator
  • RF power meter
  • Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)
  • XRD
  • EDX
  • Python
  • C++
  • TCL/TK
  • Labview
  • HFSS
  • Advanced design system (ADS)
  • Genesys RF and microwave design software
  • CST microwave studio
Work History
Graduate Teaching/ Research Assistant, 08/2014 to Current
BluehaloAnnapolis Junction, MD,
  • Performed broadband Ferromagnetic Resonance experiments using microstripline, FMR simulations, and research over course of 4 years to test for characterization of magnetic nano-structures and documented all findings.
    Thin film deposition using such as electron beam evaporator, sputtering machine, Thermal evaporation, spin coating
    Thin film characterization using FMR, SEM, EDX, XRD, AFM, MFM
    Maintained laboratory operations, updating and revising standardized operating procedures and reordering raw materials and supplies to sustain experiments and workflow.
    Coordinating undergraduate labs and recitation classes.
    Maintained atmosphere of academic learning and advancement to facilitate learning and development of critical thinking skills.
    Taught small groups of students focused on specific parts of coursework.
    Checked assignments, proctored tests, and provided grades according to university standards.
    Mentored students through office hours and one-on-one communication.
Microwave Design Engineer, 03/2011 to 09/2013
Technical Deputy Of Broadcasting OrganizationCity, STATE,
  • Performed on-site field surveys and wrote technical narratives to document processes and design changes.
  • Designing microwave links between TV stations and broadcasting centers.
  • Conducted research to test and analyze feasibility, design, operation and performance of RF equipment, components and systems.
  • Supported RF engineering design through analysis and simulation of microwave link budget using Pathloss computer model by using elevation map.
  • Recommended and selected new and replacement test equipment to improve research and testing capabilities.
RF Design Engineer, 05/2009 to 04/2013
Telecommunication Research CenterCity, STATE, Iran
  • Design, simulation and Fabrication of RF & microwave devices needed to construct satellite payload components such as multiplexer and dual-band waveguide filter.
  • Recommended and selected new and replacement test equipment to improve research and testing capabilities.
  • Coordinated simulation, design guideline and documentation to support construction of satellite payload to properly working with space design standards.
  • Performed analysis on multipactor effect on RF technical designs and prototypes in development stage.
  • Coordinated technical requirements, scheduling and solution development for engineering design and test issues.
Ph.D.: Physics, Expected in 04/2021
University Of Kentucky - Lexington, KY,
  • Dissertation: Magnetization dynamics in confined magnetic nano-structures
  • Graduated with 3.79/4 GPA
Master’s Degree: Physics, Expected in 12/2017
University Of Kentucky - Lexington, KY,
  • Coursework in Advanced electromagnetism I & II, Advanced quantum mechanics I & II, Statistical mechanics, Advanced mechanics, Solid state physics, Atomic physics, Particle physics, Computation methods in physics, Quantum field theory
  • Graduated with 3.79/4 GPA
Master’s degree: Electrical Engineering, Expected in 08/2011
Shahed University - Tehran,
  • Thesis: Analysis of multipactor RF breakdown threshold in elliptical waveguides
  • Graduated with 18.12/20 GPA
  • Coursework in Advanced engineering electromagnetism, Advanced engineering mathematics, Antenna design, Microwave engineering, Phased array antenna, Advance communication engineering, Numerical methods in electromagnetism
Bachelor’s degree: Electrical Engineering, Expected in 08/2008
Khayyam University - Mashhad, Iran,
  • Graduated with 18.46/20 GPA
  • Coursework in Electronics II, Electric circuits II, Communication engineering, Satellite communication, SignJessicang, Electromagnetism, Antenna and wave propagation, Microwave engineering, Engineering statistics and probability, Engineering mathematics
  • Final project: Tutorial for Genesys RF circuit
Associate’s degree: Electronics, Expected in
Broadcasting College - Tehran,
  • Graduated with 16.88/20 GPA
  • Coursework in Electric circuits I & II, Electronics, Industrial electronics, antenna and wave propagation, Microwave, TV and radio transmitters.

Jessica Claire. et al. SIW filter screens narrow bandwidth, Microwaves & RF, pp. 50-54, Dec. 2012.

Jessica Claire, et al., A dual-broadband circularly polarized halved falcate shaped printed monopole antenna, International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer-Aided Engineering, vol. 21, no. 6, pp. 636-641, Nov. 2011.

Jessica Claire, et al. Analysis of multipactor RF breakdown threshold in elliptical waveguides, IEEE Trans. Electron Devices, vol. 58, no. 3, pp. 876-881, March 2011.

Jessica Claire, et al. Magnetization Dynamics of Fibonacci-Distorted Kagome Artificial Spin Ice. (submitted to Physical Review B)

Jessica Claire, et al. Dependent Dynamic Response of a Connected Kagome Artificial Spin Ice ( submitted for Applied Physics Letter

Jessica Claire, New Vertex Type to Study Phase Transition in Artificial Spin Ices Bulletin of the American Physical Society 65, 2020

Jessica Claire, et al. Investigation of multipactor effect on return loss degradation, Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, Rome, Italy, 2011, pp. 1739 – 1742.

Jessica Claire, B. Gimeno, S. Esfandiarpour, Multipactor in dual-mode elliptical waveguide, Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Conference 2015

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School Attended

  • University Of Kentucky
  • University Of Kentucky
  • Shahed University
  • Khayyam University
  • Broadcasting College

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  • Graduate Teaching/ Research Assistant
  • Microwave Design Engineer
  • RF Design Engineer


  • Ph.D.
  • Master’s Degree
  • Master’s degree
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Associate’s degree

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