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Thin film Process Engineer, R & D staff Resume


Desired Industry: Engineering SpiderID: 55229
Desired Job Location: Lexington, Kentucky Date Posted: 10/24/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: Other
Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Doctoral Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Aspiring to be a full-time engineer,
utilizing my expertise in fabrication of
magnetic nano-structures, via Electron
Beam Lithography, and thin film processing
techniques.


Experience:
Center for Advanced Materials, Dept of
Physics and Astronomy,
University of Kentucky, Lexington,
Kentucky – 40506
2009 - Present
Research Assistant
Project: Broad-Band
Ferromagnetic Resonance study of
ferromagnetic antidots, patterned via
Electron Beam Lithography.

Department of Physics and
Astronomy, University of Kentucky,
Lexington Kentucky - 40506
2006 - 2009
Teaching Assistant
Taught introductory physics
recitation sections and labs to
undergraduates.


Education:
University of Kentucky,
Lexington,Kentucky 2012
PhD Candidate, Physics,
GPA: 3.9 Out of 4.0
PhD expected by May 2012


University of Kentucky,
Lexington, Kentucky
M.S., Physics 2009

University of Mumbai (Bombay),
Bombay, India
M.S., Physics 2004


Affiliations:
Member - American Physical Society (APS)


Skills:
• Nanofabrication: Four years of
extensive experience in Electron Beam
Lithography (EBL), Scanning Electron
Microscopy (SEM). Devised a novel
procedure, to write large arrays of dots
(magnetic region in non-magnetic media)
and antidots (non-magnetic region in
magnetic media), with different shapes
and sizes, in a short amount of time.
• Thin Film Deposition: Four years of
experience in thin-film deposition,
using DC/RF magnetron sputtering, and
Electron beam evaporator, of
ferromagnetic (Nickel, Permalloy,
Cobalt), superconducting (Niobium),
and non- magnetic (silver, copper,
silicon) thin films.

• Magneto-Dynamics Measurement: Spin
wave dynamics study on magnetic dot and
antidots using Narrow- and Broad-Band
Ferromagnetic Resonance (FMR)
instruments.
• Photolithography: Patterning of
coplanar waveguide structures using
photolithography method.

Simulation: Did micromagnetic
simulations study of FMR spectra using
OOMMF and RKMAG micromagnetic code in
Linux environment.
• Developed micromagnetic code in
MATLAB, to simulate FMR spectra.
• Data Analysis: Plotting and
preliminary data analysis using
OriginLab, SigmaPlot, and Microsoft
Office.


Additional Information:
Publications:
1) V. Bhat, J. Woods, L. E. De Long, et.
al, “Low field FMR studies of magnetic
confinement effects in patterned
ferromagnetic thin films”. IEEE
Proceedings of the ICEAA’11 Conference,
Turin, Italy, September, 2011.

2) V. Bhat, J. Woods, L. E. De Long, et.
al. “Broadband FMR and micromagnetic
simulation study of square shaped
antidots” (submitted to Physica C).

3) V. Bhat, J. Woods, L. E. De Long et.
al. “Broadband FMR and micromagnetic
simulation study of circular shaped
parmalloy antidots” (Manuscript under
preparation).

4) V. Bhat, J. Woods, L. E. De Long, et.
al. “Broadband FMR and micromagnetic
simulation study of diamond shaped
parmalloy antidots”. (Manuscript under
preparation)

5) "Staircase magnetization anomalies in
superconducting Pb/Au bilayer films
patterned with antidot lattices.” L. De
Long, S. Kryukov, V. Bhat et.al, Physica
C. Vol. 470, 739-743 (2010).


Reference:
Available upon request.


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