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  1. 1. The Evolution Of A CV August 9th/16th ARTS301
  2. 2. Yes, we can what? Are any of of us truly in control of what it is that we can?
  3. 3. Case Study My daughter’s dog , Lenny, on his way out
  4. 4. My Car He has to leave by car
  5. 5. Free Access Lenny can’t walk through the invisible fence to leave, but for some reason he will walk in
  6. 6. After his walk Lenny gets his yard collar on
  7. 7. Creating Your Own Limitations Is this you?
  8. 8. Understand your customer… Find out what unmet needs they have that you can supply… Then work up the value chain from there.
  9. 9. THIS IS WHY THE CV IS IMPORTANT Developing your post graduation employment strategy
  10. 10. Reverse Engineer Your Future Where Do You Want To Get To? What is the next to last place before your destination? What is the place before that? Repeat until you get to where you are right now! Write it down!
  11. 11. Put Another Way What should your focus be? Focus on 1st Impression Remember: First impressions are best impressions. And you only have one opportunity to make a first impression! What do they see 1st? Background Check Then comes LinkedIn. And then Facebook and social media! Then Interview! Not to get the job! But to win the opportunity of an interview. Cover letter and CV
  12. 12. “Its not what you say. Its what they hear.”* *Rob Irving - ex-Chairman of J. Walter Thompson And read… are you interesting?
  13. 13. CASE STUDIES The Evolution of a CV
  14. 14. Resume: Willo Grosse Phone: 0431 388 052 1 Willo Grosse Address: 8 Porter Street, North Wollongong NSW, 2500 Mobile: 0431 388 052 Email: willogrosse@yahoo.com.au Date of Birth: 05/07/86 Education University of Wollongong Doctor of Philosophy 2004 – 2008 Title: Controlled Drug Delivery Powered by Enzyme Based Bioelectrodes University of Wollongong B. Nanotechnology (Honours) 2004 – 2008 Core modules included Chemistry, Materials Engineering, Mathematics, Biological Science and Physics. Honour Project “Nano-Actuation of Polypyrrole Structures” 2008 Instrumentation operation and skills acquired during this project include; - Operation of the Atomic Force Microscope - Electrochemical growth of conducting polymer films and electrochemical characterisation - Nanolithography - Further established strategic planning, report writing and laboratory skills Kiama High School Higher School Certificate (UAI 90.45) 2004 Professional Experience Intelligent Polymer Research Institute, University of Wollongong Research Assistant (2009-present) I am currently working on drug delivery technologies, optimising material properties and establishing release profiles for materials to be used in the cochlear implant. Our aim is to improve a commercially viable biocompatible device. Responsibilities and roles have included: - Strategic planning, experimentation and dissemination of results, for both internal researchers and external investors. - Organisational and time management skills to meet deadlines. Summer Research Scholarship (2005-2008) Each year of my degree I was awarded a Summer Research Scholarship, which is a program designed to gain valuable experience in the area of research science. Responsibilities and roles have included: - Dissemination of results including final reports, poster and oral presentations to international and interstate collaborators. - Techniques utilised included electrochemical growth of conducting polymers, UV-Vis spectrophotometry, gel permeation chromatography, tensile testing of soft materials, optical microscopes (including brief experience with fluorescence) and electrochemical analysis Illawarra Technology Corporation Student Representative (Team Leader) (2005-2006) This involved: - Coordinating a small group of student representatives during a school visit - University representative at various high schools - Leading campus tours and organising & running information evenings Shellharbour Workers Club, Shellharbour Permanent-Part time Waitperson and bar staff (2004 - present) Responsibilities and roles have included: - Hosting the Goldrush Chinese Restaurant which involves leading fellow colleagues and dealing with customers - Training others to work in a restaurant environment with appropriate etiquette and quality customer service - Working at functions like weddings and birthdays etc Resume: Willo Grosse Phone: 0431 388 052 2 Qualifications, Achievements and Community work - Fundraising campaign for foreign charity - Maiti Nepal (2009) - Bronze Medallion Certificate II in Public Safety (Aquatic Rescue) (2008) - Volunteer Surf Life Saver (2008-present) - Conservation Volunteer (2008) - Kokoda Trail (2008) - Red Cross-Herald Sun Murray Marathon (2008) - Management of my Parent‟s estate (2007-present) - Touch Football Team Manager, Wollongong Touch (2007) - Responsible Service of Alcohol (2004) - Responsible Conduct of Gambling (2004) - Bartending Training Academy Bar course (2004) - I hold a current drivers and boat licence - Level 1 referee for Touch football and Level 2 umpire for netball. - Illawarra Academy of Sport, Touch Football representative (2002) Other relevant activities - Wollongong Science Centre Nanotechnology Exhibit (2011) - Wollongong Science Centre iDome Exhibit Tour Guide (2009) - Nominated for the ARCNN Young Nanotechnology Ambassador Award (2009) - Active member of the University of Wollongong Chemistry Society (2005-2009) - Active member of the ARC Nanotechnology Network (2009) - University of Wollongong advertising promotional campaign. (2006-present) - Presenter at The Showcase of Excellence, University of Wollongong (2005) - Demonstrator for a year 11 high school student Enrichment Program with UOW (2005) Publications - C. Lynam, W. Grosse and G. G. Wallace. Carbon-Nanotube Biofiber Microelectrodes Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 156 (2009) p117 - M. Higgins, W. Grosse, K. Wagner, P. Molino, and G. G. Wallace. Reversible Shape Memory of Nanoscale Deformations in Inherently Conducting Polymers without Reprogramming. J. Phys. Chem. B, 115 (2011) pp3371-3378 Conferences and poster sessions - ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) First Australian Conference (15th – 17th February 2006) W. Grosse, C. Lynam and G. G. Wallace. Carbon Nanotube Fibres (Poster Presentation) - ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) Conference Meeting. (6th – 7th February 2007) W. Grosse, C. Lynam and G. G. Wallace. Carbon Nanotube Fibre Formation by Interfacial Polyelectrolyte Complexation. (Oral Presentation) - ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) Conference Meeting. (6th – 7th February 2007) W. Grosse, C. Lynam and G. G. Wallace. Carbon Nanotube Fibre Formation by Interfacial Polyelectrolyte Complexation. (Poster Presentation) - Electromaterials Symposium “Nanostructured Electromaterials and New Materials for Energy” (9th -11th February 2011) W. Grosse, S. Moulton, J. Chen and G. G. Wallace. Controlled drug delivery from conducting polymers using enzyme based bioelectrodes (Poster Presentation) References Prof. Gordon G. Wallace Dr Simon Moulton Intelligent Polymer Research Institute, Intelligent Polymer Research Institute, University of Wollongong, University of Wollongong, Executive Research Director of ACES Senior Researcher Ph: (02) 4221 3127 Ph: (02) 4221 4872 Email: gwallace@uow.edu.au Email: smoulton@uow.edu.au Iteration 1
  15. 15. 2 - C. Lynam, W. Grosse and G. G. Wallace. Carbon-Nanotube Biofiber Microelectrodes Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 156 (2009) p117 - M. Higgins, W. Grosse, K. Wagner, P. Molino, and G. G. Wallace. Reversible Shape Memory of Nanoscale Deformations in Inherently Conducting Polymers without Reprogramming. J. Phys. Chem. B, 115 (2011) pp3371-3378 - W. Grosse, S. Moulton, D. Li and G. G. Wallace. Graphene Hydrogel Bioelectrodes – Manuscript in preparation (2012). - W. Grosse, S. Moulton, G. G. Wallace. Controlled drug delivery from conducting polymers as powered by a glucose sensitive bioelectrode – Manuscript in preparation (2012). Professional Experience The Transition Project, Australian Institute of Innovative Materials, University of Wollongong Researcher (2012-present) The Transition Project is an initiative designed to bridge the gap between academia and industry. As a researcher I engage in dialogue with CEO‟s from various Hi-Tech Australian companies to gain insight into their views on university output, among other things. The outcomes of The Transition Project aim to encourage both parties to identify and take action to facilitate collaboration and build foundations to transfer research concepts to end user products. ENVY Jewellery Consultant (Team Leader) (2010) Throughout my time working with ENVY Jewellery I was exposed to an incredible business structure where business independence was encouraged and supported by the head office and executive team. I managed a team of consultants, which was invaluable for my leadership and management skills but by far the most rewarding thing to come of my experience was learning the value of corporate culture, positive thinking and self motivation. Intelligent Polymer Research Institute and Cochlear Ltd, University of Wollongong Research Assistant (2009) I worked on drug delivery technologies, optimising material properties and establishing release profiles for materials to be used in the cochlear implant. Our aim is to improve a commercially viable biocompatible device. Responsibilities and roles included: - Strategic planning, experimentation and dissemination of results, for both internal researchers and external investors. - Organisational and time management skills to meet strict deadlines and honour the budget. Summer Research Scholarship (2005-2008) Each year of my degree I was awarded a Summer Research Scholarship, which is a program designed to gain valuable experience in the area of research science. Responsibilities and roles included: - Dissemination of results including final reports, poster and oral presentations to international and interstate collaborators. Illawarra Technology Corporation Student Representative (Team Leader) (2005-2006) This position involved: - Coordinating a group of student representatives from University during high school visits - Leading campus tours, organising & executing information evenings for future students - Participating in University of Wollongong advertising campaigns Shellharbour Workers Club, Shellharbour Permanent-Part time Waitperson and bar staff (2004 - 2009) Responsibilities and roles included: - Host for the Goldrush Chinese Restaurant, managing colleagues and creating a comfortable environment for customers. - Training others to work in a restaurant environment with appropriate etiquette and quality customer service - Head waitress for weddings, birthdays and other important functions. Qualifications, Achievements and Community work 3 - George Bass Surf Boat Marathon (2012) - Fundraising campaign for foreign charity - Maiti Nepal (2009) - Bronze Medallion Certificate II in Public Safety (Aquatic Rescue) (2008-present) - Volunteer Surf Life Saver (2008-present) - Conservation Volunteer (2008) - Kokoda Trail (2008) - Red Cross-Herald Sun Murray Marathon (2008) - Management of family estate (2007-present) - Touch Football Team Manager, Wollongong Touch (2007) - I hold a current drivers and boat licence - Level 1 referee for Touch football and Level 2 umpire for netball. Other relevant activities - Occasional Address Guest Speaker at Kiama High School Awards Night (2011) - Working abroad in Bordeaux, France to strengthen collaborations (2011) - Information panels and graphic design of Wollongong Science Centre Nanotechnology Exhibit (2011) - Australian Institute for Innovative Materials Safety Group committee member (2010-present) - Wollongong Science Centre iDome Exhibit Tour Guide (2009) - Active member of the University of Wollongong Chemistry Society (2005-2009) - Active member of the ARC Nanotechnology Network (2009-present) - University of Wollongong advertising promotional campaign. (2006-present) - Guest speaker at The Showcase of Excellence, University of Wollongong (2005) - Demonstrator for a year 11 high school student Enrichment Program with UOW (2005) Conferences and poster sessions - ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) First Australian Conference (15th – 17th February 2006) W. Grosse, C. Lynam and G. G. Wallace. Carbon Nanotube Fibres (Poster Presentation) - ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) Conference Meeting. (6th – 7th February 2007) W. Grosse, C. Lynam and G. G. Wallace. Carbon Nanotube Fibre Formation by Interfacial Polyelectrolyte Complexation. (Oral Presentation) - ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) Conference Meeting. (6th – 7th February 2007) W. Grosse, C. Lynam and G. G. Wallace. Carbon Nanotube Fibre Formation by Interfacial Polyelectrolyte Complexation. (Poster Presentation) - Electromaterials Symposium “Nanostructured Electromaterials and New Materials for Energy” (9th -11th February 2011) W. Grosse, S. Moulton, J. Chen and G. G. Wallace. Controlled drug delivery from conducting polymers using enzyme based bioelectrodes (Poster Presentation) References Prof. Gordon G. Wallace Assoc. Prof. Simon Moulton Lorraine-Lehman Jones Intelligent Polymer Research Institute, Intelligent Polymer Research Institute, ENVY Jewellery University of Wollongong, University of Wollongong, Business Manager Executive Research Director of ACES Senior Researcher Ph: 0417 412 998 Ph: (02) 4221 3127 Ph: (02) 4221 4872 Email: loz@hotkey.net.au Email: gwallace@uow.edu.au Email: smoulton@uow.edu.au Iteration 2
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  17. 17. FIRST IMPRESSIONS Remember
  18. 18. From This Willo Grosse Address: 8 Porter Street, North Wollongong NSW, 2500 Mobile: 0431 388 052 Email: willogrosse@yahoo.com.au Date of Birth: 05/07/86 Education University of Wollongong Doctor of Philosophy 2004 – 2008 Title: Controlled Drug Delivery Powered by Enzyme Based Bioelectrodes University of Wollongong B. Nanotechnology (Honours) 2004 – 2008 Core modules included Chemistry, Materials Engineering, Mathematics, Biological Science and Physics. Honour Project “Nano-Actuation of Polypyrrole Structures” 2008 Instrumentation operation and skills acquired during this project include; - Operation of the Atomic Force Microscope - Electrochemical growth of conducting polymer films and electrochemical characterisation - Nanolithography - Further established strategic planning, report writing and laboratory skills Kiama High School Higher School Certificate (UAI 90.45) 2004 Professional Experience Intelligent Polymer Research Institute, University of Wollongong Research Assistant (2009-present) I am currently working on drug delivery technologies, optimising material properties and establishing release profiles for materials to be used in the cochlear implant. Our aim is to improve a commercially viable biocompatible device. Responsibilities and roles have included: - Strategic planning, experimentation and dissemination of results, for both internal researchers and external investors. - Organisational and time management skills to meet deadlines. Summer Research Scholarship (2005-2008) Each year of my degree I was awarded a Summer Research Scholarship, which is a program designed to gain valuable experience in the area of research science. Responsibilities and roles have included: - Dissemination of results including final reports, poster and oral presentations to international and interstate collaborators. - Techniques utilised included electrochemical growth of conducting polymers, UV-Vis spectrophotometry, gel
  19. 19. To This
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  21. 21. HERE IS ANOTHER
  22. 22. PRIYANKA JOOD ISEM/ AIIM Facility, Innovation Campus, Squires Way, North Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia Tel: +61-0-430044892 Email: joodpriyanka@gmail.com, pj991@uowmail.edu.au EDUCATION Ph.D. Materials Engineering (2008-continuing) Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials (ISEM), University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia Supervisors: Dr. Germanas Peleckis, Prof. Xiaolin Wang, and Prof. Shi Dou Graduate Certificate in Business Administration(2011) Sydney Business School University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia M.Sc. Physics (2005- 2007) Banasthali University, Rajasthan, India B.Sc. Physics (2002- 2005) Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, India RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Higher Degree Research Student, University of Wollongong, Australia · Studied the thermoelectric properties and its correlation with structural parmeters, cationic ratio, morphology and microstructure of cobalt based thermoelectric oxides. · Worked towards improving the high temperature thermoelectric properties of bulk ZnO through various approaches. · Pulsed Laser Deposited (PLD) thin films of p-type Calcium Cobalt Oxide for thermoelectric applications. · Fabrication of thermoelectric device. Visiting scholar, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA (Sep 2009- Sep 2010) · Worked towards the synthesis and characterization of nanoparticle based high TE performance bulk ZnO. · Exploring doped nanostructured ZnO for waste heat harvesting. PUBLICATIONS 1. Al-Doped Zinc Oxide Nanocomposites with Enhanced Thermoelectric Properties, Priyanka Jood, Rutvik J. Mehta, Yanliang Zhang, Germanas Peleckis, Xiaolin Wang, Richard W. Siegel, Theo Borca- Tasciuc, Shi Xue Dou and Ganpati Ramanath, Nano Letters 11(10), 4337 (2011). 2. Phase formation and magnetotransport properties of alkali metal doped Na0.75CoO2 thermoelectric oxide, P. Jood, G. Peleckis, H. Yamauchi, and M. Karppinen, Journal of Applied Physics 107, 09D716 (2010). 3. Effect of Gallium doping and ball milling process on the thermoelectric performance of n-type ZnO, Priyanka Jood, Germanas Peleckis, Xiaolin Wang, and Shi Xue Dou, Journal of Material Research (accepted for publication) 4. Microstructure, Optical and Thermoelectric properties of In and Bi doped nanocrystalline ZnO synthesized via microwave mediated route, Priyanka Jood, Rutvik J. Mehta, Yanliang Zhang, Richard W. Siegel, Theo Borca- Tasciuc, G. Peleckis, X. L. Wang, Shi Dou and Ganpati Ramanath. (under preperation) 5. Electronic structure and thermoelectric properties of Bi2Te3 crystals and graphene- doped Bi2Te3, A. H. Li, M. Shahbazi, S. H. Zhou, G. X. Wang, C. Zhang, P. Jood, G. Peleckis, Y. Du, Z. X. Cheng, X. L. Wang, Y. K. Kuo, Thin Solid Films 518, e57 (2010) POSTERS AND PRESENTATIONS · Phase formation and magnetotransport properties of alkali metal doped Na0.75CoO2 thermoelectric oxide, P. Jood, G. Peleckis, H. Yamauchi, and M. Karppinen, 11th Joint MMM-Intermag Conference, Washington DC, USA, AP-07. · Al doped n-type ZnO nano- thermoelectric: diminished thermal conductivity and enhanced power factor, P. Jood, Rutvik J. Mehta, Yanliang Zhang, Richard W. Siegel, Theo Borca- Tasciuc, G. Peleckis, X. L. Wang, Shi Dou and Ganpati Ramanath, 2nd International forum on green energy & electronic materials, and their applications, Wollongong, NSW, Australia. · Doped Zinc Oxide Nanocrystal Assemblies for Thermoelectric Waste- Heat Scavanging, Priyanka Jood, Rutvik J. Mehta, Yanliang Zhang, Richard W. Siegel, Theo Borca- Tasciuc, G. Peleckis, X. L. Wang, Shi Dou and Ganpati Ramanath, MRS Spring 2011, San Francisco, USA, I9.3. · Doped Oxide Nanocomposites for Thermoelectric Waste- Heat Scavanging, Priyanka Jood, Rutvik J. Mehta, Yanliang Zhang, Richard W. Siegel, Theo Borca- Tasciuc, G. Peleckis, X. L. Wang, Shi Dou and Ganpati Ramanath, Australian Institute of Physics/ Royal Australian Chemical Institute Industry Day 2011, Sydney, Australia. WORKSHOPS AND TRAININGS · Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) training workshop, 2011. · The Advanced Electronic Materials Workshop, University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia. (March, 2009) · Radiation Safety Training, University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia. (Sept, 2008) · Summer Training on NIR and FTIR Spectroscopy, Optical Radiation Department, National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, India. (June, 2006). HONORS AND AWARDS · 2011 DOOLAN PRIZE for the Student Research Poster presented at the Australian Institute of Physics (AIP)/ Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) Industry Day 2011, CSIRO, NSW, Australia. · Postgraduate Research Scholarship & Higher Degree Research (HDR) Tuition Fee Exemption Scholarship by Australian Research Council (ARC), University of Wollongong. (Aug, 2008- Aug, 2011) · Given a position of Visiting Scholar in the Centre for Integrated Electronics (CIE), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY (USA) as a part of the Linkage International Award agreement.(Sept, 2009- Sept, 2010) · Awarded with „Certificate of Merit‟ in BSc. (2004) SKILLS · Instruments: Scanning Electron Microscope, X-Ray Diffraction, EDX, UV-Vis spectroscopy, Quantum Design Physical Property Measurement System, ULVAC ZEM-3(high temperature thermoelectric measurement system) · Sample Synthesis techniques: Pulsed Laser Deposition technique (PLD), Microwave Synthesis, Sol- Gel Synthesis, Ball Milling. · Software: Origin, Matlab, Maple, Photoshop, Traces, Microsoft Office, Retica. COURSES Physics Courses: Atomic & Molecular Physics, Advanced Electrodynamics, Laser Physics, Solid State Physics and Electronic Devices, Elementary Particle Physics, Fibre Optics, Microwave and Digital Electronics, Statistical and Thermodynamical Physics. Business Courses: Accounting for Managers, Managing People in Organisation, International Business Strategies and Marketing. REFEREES 1) Prof. Shi Xue Dou Director Institute of Superconducting and Electronic Materials (ISEM) University of Wollongong AIIM Facility, Innovation Campus, Squires Way, Fairy Meadow NSW 2519 Australia Tel: 61-2-42214558 E-mail: shi@uow.edu.au 2) Prof. Ganpati Ramanath Professor 111 Materials Research Center Rensselaer Polythechnic Institiute Troy, NY, 12180 USA E-mail: Ramanath@rpi.edu Iteration 1
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  24. 24. CV Priyanka Jood ISEM/ AIIM Facility, Innovation Campus, Squires Way, North Wollongong, NSW 2500, Australia T: [+61-0-430044892] E: [joodpriyanka@gmail.com, pj991@uowmail.edu.au] Nationality: Indian, Sex: Female PERSONAL STATEMENT My goal is to further my knowledge by applying myself to the area of energy delivery technologies- especially those driven by renewable resources. With 4 years of research experience in energy conversion techniques and energy efficient materials, I would like to join a team where I can apply my skills and knowledge to effect positive change to business and industry in energy management. I am driven, hardworking and complete projects to an excellent standard, on time and to budget. I possess strong communication, time management and organizational skills and I thrive in an enthusiastic team environment both as a team member or a leader. EDUCATION I completed my initial education and university degree in India and then relocated to Australia in 2008 in order to pursue a PhD. With an undergraduate and a Masters Degree in Physics and a PhD in Materials Engineering, I hold a strong science and technology background. During my PhD studies, and in parallel, I undertook a Graduate Certificate Course in Business Administration to better understand how knowledge, technology and businesses can be bridged. I have now developed an understanding of how skills and scientific knowledge can be effectively and productively put to the benefit of an organization. Ph.D. Materials Engineering Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials (ISEM), University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia [2008-2012: thesis under review] Relevant Experience: · Studied the thermoelectric properties and its correlation with structural parameters, cationic ratio, morphology and microstructure of cobalt based thermoelectric oxides. · Worked towards improving the high temperature thermoelectric properties of bulk ZnO ceramic through various approaches. · Pulsed Laser Deposited (PLD) thin films of p-type Cobaltites for heat harvesting applications · Device Fabrication Graduate Certificate in Business Administration Sydney Business School University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia [2011] Courses Undertaken: Marketing, Accounting for Managers, Managing People in Organization, and International Business Strategies. 2 M.Sc. Physics Banasthali University, Rajasthan, India [2005-2007] Courses Undertaken: Atomic & Molecular Physics, Advanced Electrodynamics, Laser Physics, Solid State Physics and Electronic Devices, Elementary Particle Physics, Fiber Optics, Computer Programming, Microwave and Digital Electronics, Statistical and Thermodynamical Physics. B.Sc. Physics Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, India [2002-2005] ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Visiting scholar, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY, USA [Sep 2009-Sep2010] Over a period of one year, working under Prof Ganpati Ramanath, I developed a strong understanding of the disciplines in research developments and activities that show how research teams function optimally. · Nanostructured Oxides for applications in electronics and energy. Researcher at The Transition Research Project ( http://www.chrisgilbey.com/transition-project/) [Jan, 2012- present] · Primary duties involve interviewing the CEO’s of target companies to investigate the precise skills and experiences that Australian science based industries require from future science and engineering employees to compete globally. · Creating positive linkages with businesses which may become potential research collaborators with ISEM and ACES. PUBLICATIONS · ‘Al-Doped Zinc Oxide Nanocomposites with Enhanced Thermoelectric Properties’, Priyanka Jood, Rutvik J. Mehta, Yanliang Zhang, Germanas Peleckis, Xiaolin Wang, Richard W. Siegel, Theo Borca- Tasciuc, Shi Xue Dou and Ganpati Ramanath, Nano Letters 11(10), 4337 (2011). · ‘Phase formation and magnetotransport properties of alkali metal doped Na0.75CoO2 thermoelectric oxide’, P. Jood, G. Peleckis, H. Yamauchi, and M. Karppinen, Journal of Applied Physics 107, 09D716 (2010). · ‘Effect of Gallium doping and ball milling process on the thermoelectric performance of n- type ZnO’, Priyanka Jood, Germanas Peleckis, Xiaolin Wang, and Shi Xue Dou, Journal of Material Research (accepted for publication) · ‘Microstructure, Optical and Thermoelectric properties of In and Bi doped nanocrystalline ZnO synthesized via microwave mediated route’, Priyanka Jood, Rutvik J. Mehta, Yanliang Zhang, Richard W. Siegel, Theo Borca- Tasciuc, G. Peleckis, X. L. Wang, Shi Dou and Ganpati Ramanath. (under preperation) 3 · Electronic structure and thermoelectric properties of Bi2Te3 crystals and graphene- doped Bi2Te3, A. H. Li, M. Shahbazi, S. H. Zhou, G. X. Wang, C. Zhang, P. Jood, G. Peleckis, Y. Du, Z. X. Cheng, X. L. Wang, Y. K. Kuo, Thin Solid Films 518, e57 (2010) POSTERS & PRESENTATIONS · Phase formation and magnetotransport properties of alkali metal doped Na0.75CoO2 thermoelectric oxide, P. Jood, G. Peleckis, H. Yamauchi, and M. Karppinen, 11th Joint MMM-Intermag Conference, Washington DC, USA, AP-07. · Al doped n-type ZnO nano- thermoelectric: diminished thermal conductivity and enhanced power factor, P. Jood, Rutvik J. Mehta, Yanliang Zhang, Richard W. Siegel, Theo Borca- Tasciuc, G. Peleckis, X. L. Wang, Shi Dou and Ganpati Ramanath, 2nd International forum on green energy & electronic materials, and their applications, Wollongong, NSW, Australia. · Doped Zinc Oxide Nanocrystal Assemblies for Thermoelectric Waste- Heat Scavanging, Priyanka Jood, Rutvik J. Mehta, Yanliang Zhang, Richard W. Siegel, Theo Borca- Tasciuc, G. Peleckis, X. L. Wang, Shi Dou and Ganpati Ramanath, MRS Spring 2011, San Francisco, USA, I9.3. · Doped Oxide Nanocomposites for Thermoelectric Waste- Heat Scavanging, Priyanka Jood, Rutvik J. Mehta, Yanliang Zhang, Richard W. Siegel, Theo Borca- Tasciuc, G. Peleckis, X. L. Wang, Shi Dou and Ganpati Ramanath, Australian Institute of Physics/ Royal Australian Chemical Institute Industry Day 2011, Sydney, Australia. WORKSHOPS & TRAINING MEMBERSHIP HONORS & AWARDS I have a strong appreciation of the need to incorporate health and safety process into research and have undertaken workshops and courses to ensure that I am able to both be compliant and also to provide guidance to others on compliance requirements. · Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) training workshop, 2011. · The Advanced Electronic Materials Workshop, University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia. (March, 2009) · Radiation Safety Training, University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia. (Sept, 2008) · Summer Training on NIR and FTIR Spectroscopy, Optical Radiation Department, National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, India. (June, 2006). · The Indian Science Congress Association · Materials Research Society (MRS)- Presented work on the potential use of a cheap and environmental friendly material such as ZnO for the purpose of waste heat harvesting, at MRS San Francisco, USA in March 2011. · The Australian Ceramic Society · 2011 DOOLAN PRIZE for the Student Research Poster presented at the Australian Institute of Physics (AIP)/ Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) Industry Day 2011, CSIRO, NSW, Australia. · Postgraduate Research Scholarship & Higher Degree Research (HDR) Tuition Fee Exemption Scholarship by Australian Research Council (ARC), University of Wollongong. (Aug, 2008- Aug, 2011) · Given a position of Visiting Scholar in the Centre for Integrated Electronics (CIE), Rensselaer 4 SKILLS Polytechnic Institute, NY (USA) as a part of the Linkage International Award agreement.(Sept, 2009- Sept, 2010) · Awarded with ‘Certificate of Merit’ in BSc. (2004) · Instruments: Scanning Electron Microscope, X-Ray Diffraction, EDX, UV-Vis spectroscopy, Quantum Design Physical Property Measurement System, ULVAC ZEM-3(high temperature thermoelectric measurement system) · Sample Synthesis techniques: Pulsed Laser Deposition technique (PLD), Microwave Synthesis, Sol- Gel Synthesis, Ball Milling. · Software: Origin, Matlab, Maple, Photoshop, Traces, Microsoft Office, Retica, Adobe Photoshop. · Even out of work, I like to foster my creativity by indulging myself in various creative activities. I possess a great interest in various kinds of dances such as Indian Classical, Salsa, Latin and Argentino Tango. I have obtained ‘Certificate of Merit’ in Salsa and Latin Fever dances. · Performed Indian Dance at various events for Charity purposes. · Being a big animal lover, I am a member of the animal welfare organization called ‘World Society for the Protection of Animals’ (WSPA). · I love to put my creativity on paper through Sketching & Oil Painting. · Interior decoration is one of my passions. 1) Prof. Shi Xue Dou Director Institute of Superconducting and Electronic Materials (ISEM) University of Wollongong AIIM Facility, Innovation Campus, Squires Way, Fairy Meadow NSW 2519 Australia Tel: +61-2-42214558 E-mail: shi@uow.edu.au 2) Prof. Ganpati Ramanath Professor 111 Materials Research Center Rensselaer Polythechnic Institiute Troy, NY, 12180 USA Tel: +1-518-522-2720 E-mail: Ramanath@rpi.edu SKILLS PERSONAL INTEREST REFEREES Iteration 3
  25. 25. From This PRIYANKA JOOD ISEM/ AIIM Facility, Innovation Campus, Squires Way, North Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia Tel: +61-0-430044892 Email: joodpriyanka@gmail.com, pj991@uowmail.edu.au EDUCATION Ph.D. Materials Engineering (2008-continuing) Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials (ISEM), University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia Supervisors: Dr. Germanas Peleckis, Prof. Xiaolin Wang, and Prof. Shi Dou Graduate Certificate in Business Administration(2011) Sydney Business School University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia M.Sc. Physics (2005- 2007) Banasthali University, Rajasthan, India B.Sc. Physics (2002- 2005) Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, India RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Higher Degree Research Student, University of Wollongong, Australia · Studied the thermoelectric properties and its correlation with structural parmeters, cationic ratio, morphology and microstructure of cobalt based thermoelectric oxides. · Worked towards improving the high temperature thermoelectric properties of bulk ZnO through various approaches. · Pulsed Laser Deposited (PLD) thin films of p-type Calcium Cobalt Oxide for thermoelectric applications. · Fabrication of thermoelectric device. Visiting scholar, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA (Sep 2009- Sep 2010) · Worked towards the synthesis and characterization of nanoparticle based high TE performance bulk ZnO. · Exploring doped nanostructured ZnO for waste heat harvesting. PUBLICATIONS 1. Al-Doped Zinc Oxide Nanocomposites with Enhanced Thermoelectric Properties, Priyanka Jood,
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  27. 27. To This CV Priyanka Jood ISEM/ AIIM Facility, Innovation Campus, Squires Way, North Wollongong, NSW 2500, Australia T: [+61-0-430044892] E: [joodpriyanka@gmail.com, pj991@uowmail.edu.au] Nationality: Indian, Sex: Female PERSONAL STATEMENT My goal is to further my knowledge by applying myself to the area of energy delivery technologies- especially those driven by renewable resources. With 4 years of research experience in energy conversion techniques and energy efficient materials, I would like to join a team where I can apply my skills and knowledge to effect positive change to business and industry in energy management. I am driven, hardworking and complete projects to an excellent standard, on time and to budget. I possess strong communication, time management and organizational skills and I thrive in an enthusiastic team environment both as a team member or a leader. EDUCATION I completed my initial education and university degree in India and then relocated to Australia in 2008 in order to pursue a PhD. With an undergraduate and a Masters Degree in Physics and a PhD in Materials Engineering, I hold a strong science and technology background. During my PhD studies, and in parallel, I undertook a Graduate Certificate Course in Business Administration to better understand how knowledge, technology and businesses can be bridged. I have now developed an understanding of how skills and scientific knowledge can be effectively and productively put to the benefit of an organization. Ph.D. Materials Engineering Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials (ISEM), University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia [2008-2012: thesis under review] Relevant Experience: · Studied the thermoelectric properties and its correlation with structural parameters, cationic ratio, morphology and microstructure of cobalt based thermoelectric oxides.
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