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Jonathan E

Analytics Developer

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | Research

CurrentIndependent
PreviousCaseWare International Inc., Druid Software
EducationJohann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

Summary

Analytic development, far-sighted design decisions, and intuitively reusable code are things I value.
My clients appreciate the products that I create based on these ideals.

As a server developer, software engineer, physicist and student I used computers. In my over 25 years of computer experience, I have covered a large range of topics. Efficient auto-didactic learning and researching skills enable me to expand my experience to fields yet unknown.

The laws of nature and the formalisms that we use to describe and reason about them also fascinate me.

Experience

Analytics Developer

CaseWare International Inc.

March 2016 - April 2017 (1 year 3 months), Toronto, Canada

Independent IT Consultant

December 2015 - February 2016 (3 months), Germany

Software Engineer

Druid Software

October 2014 - September 2015 (1 year)

Volunteer Experience & Causes

Civil Service - Caregiver for hearing impaired children

Johannes-Vatter-Schule

July 2006 - March 2007 (9 months)
Giving care to a group of hearing impaired children between ages 6 and 16 in an asylum furthered my people skills.

Causes Jonathan cares about:


Languages

German

Native or bilingual proficiency

English

Full professional proficiency

French

Elementary proficiency

Skills


Education

Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

Master of Science (M.Sc.), Physics

2007 - 2014
In my Master's project I developed a program to calculate solid state physics parameters for inhomogeneous lattices in a theory group.

In my Bachelor's project I developed and implemented an alternative formulation of a detector response model in a particle physics experiment research group.

I completed courses relating to every major field of physics. Among my compulsory optional subjects were atomic physics, nuclear and particle physics, plasma physics, numerical methods, parallelization with MPI, complex systems, probabilistic unsupervised learning, analog electronics, digital electronics, nanoelectronics, special relativity, advanced quantum mechanics and astronomy.
Activities and Societies: N/A

Publications

Generalized Wannier States in Inhomogeneous Lattices

March 2014

A speed optimized implementation of the response simulation for Monolithic Active Pixel Sensors

September 2011




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