Show a range of interests to avoid coming across as narrow : if everything centres around sport they may wonder if you could hold a conversation with a client who wasn’t interested in sport. After writing your profile a good leave it for a few hours then read it again, this way you can gauge if it sounds right. Both curricula and curriculum are considered correct. In the United States, the curriculum vitae is used almost exclusively when one is pursuing an academic job. If you do include a photograph it should be a head and shoulders shot, you should be dressed suitably and smiling: it’s not for a passport! How is a CV different from a resume? Basic Elements of the Curriculum Vitae Your CV should contain your name, address, phone number, fax, and email address. Don’t use the old boring clichés here: “socialising with friends”. List the employer, position, and dates of employment. Create a section for your work experience.
Born in Tehran, Zahedi grew up without a father. When she was 10, her mother sent her to Sweden, on her own. Zahedi pointed to her experiences in the country saying “I didn’t have any friends and I didn’t know any Swedish but math was a language I understood.” “In math class, I was able to communicate with my peers and I was able to make friends by solving problems with them,” she added. Zahedi is an expert in numerical analysis, a study of how to make computer simulations more efficient and accurate. She creates simulations of fluids that do not mix well, such as water, oil and gas. Zahedi is one of 1,300 participants, and among the stars of European congress of Mathematics in Berlin. She believes that anyone can understand mathematics. websites“We must go much further towards younger age groups and to show them how math is used in their real-world; I also believe that programming should be taught as a discipline in the school curriculum.” EMS Prize 2016 Born 1981 in Teheran (Iran) Assistant Professor, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden “For her outstanding research regarding the development and analysis of numerical algorithms for partial differential equations with a focus on applications to problems with dynamically changing geometry.” Research Interests Sara Zahedis research interests lie in the development and analysis of computational methods, in particular finite element methods, for solving partial differential equations on dynamic geometries. The main application she has in mind is multiphase flows. She is also interested in numerical methods for representing and evolving interfaces separating immiscible fluids. Curriculum Vitae 2014 Assistant Professor in Numerical Analysis, KTH, Stockholm (Swe) 2011 Postdoctoral Position, Uppsala University (Swe) 2011 PhD in Numerical Analysis, KTH, Stockholm (Swe) 2006 Master of Science with a major in Mathematics, KTH (Swe) 2006 Teaching Assistant, Dept.
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