CHRISTINE CARMICHAEL, Ph.D.
3225 N. Marengo Avenue
Altadena, California 91001
home: (626) 398-1673
Ph.D. and B.Sc.
in Physics; First-rate scientist and engineer
/Principal Investigator in superconductor physics
in microchip technology, semiconductor materials
in Education; dedicated to teaching excellence
teaching experience, university and high school
expertise; taught in 4 countries
author in a wide variety of styles and formats
UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Sydney, Australia,
MORAY HOUSE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, Edinburgh, Scotland,
Teacher Training Certificate
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, Edinburgh, Scotland
Diploma in Education
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, Edinburgh, Scotland
B.Sc. (Honors) Physics
1/95-11/96 MAGIC DRAGON MULTIMEDIA, Pasadena, CA
: responsible for development, promotion, education, presentation,
new content writing.
commercial web domain averaging 100,000 visitors per month.
5/86-Present COMPUTER FUTURES, INC., Altadena, California
in thin film deposition and semiconductor devices for Patent Attorneys; manage low-overhead
home office with Internet and World Wide Web
4/97-5/98 EARTHLINK NETWORK, Pasadena, California
6/87-4/95 TALANDIC RESEARCH CORP., Irwindale, California
in Spacecraft Contamination and Thermal Control Coatings for Brilliant Eyes.
on two research programs to make and investigate the properties of thin film high
temperature superconductors. Other research included laser vapor deposition of refractory
materials, electron beam evaporation of optical thin films
: won 2 government research proposals.
3/85-12/85 SCHOOL OF PHYSICS, University of New South Wales, Australia
Project Research Scientist
and Project Manager
of a research group with ten members building a new sputtering system for producing
thin, epitaxial films of semiconductors
. In charge of design and construction of sputtering system, with responsibility
for day-to-day management of the project, including coordination of the work of group
and support staff, plus purchasing of equipment and materials. Did research with
members of the Molecular Beam Epitaxy program at the TELECOM Australia Research Laboratory
in Melbourne, and the Integrated Science Laboratory at the University of Illinois
5/81-12/84 SCHOOL OF METALLURGY, University of New South Wales Research Associate
, used X-ray, optical and transmission electron microscopy to examine deformation
and recrystallization effects on the texture and microstructure of f.c.c. and c.p.h.
metals. Discovered evidence of superplastic flow in hot rolled zinc.
6/00-11/00 Mt. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE, Walnut, California
Physics Lecturer, part-time.
3/87-6/87 WHITTIER COLLEGE, Whittier, California
, part-time; managed lab
3/77-5/81 UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia
, Ph.D. student, School of Physics
Taught tutorial classes, instructor-in-charge of
laboratory classes of 80 students, voluntary
coaching of Vietnamese refugees
Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, Excel, Windows, Visual Basic, PhotoShop, QuarkXPress,
Macintosh, HTML, Internet, Web Master
Writing and Publication Success
in a wide variety of styles and formats, including scientific papers, progress reports,
course outlines, lecture course materials, school reports, scientific reports, conference
presentations, and science fiction.
of Sydney Women and Technology, a support group for women working in information
technology and related areas, set up computer courses designed specifically for women.
Have presented papers at scientific conferences in Australia, Japan, United Kingdom,
and USA. Member of Toastmasters in Sydney. Past Secretary of the Dialectic Society
at Edinburgh University.
"Intrinsic Magnetic Aftereffect", Wagga-Wagga, New South Wales, 1978
"Magnetic Aftereffect in Dy(Co,Ni)2 Alloys", University of Warwick, England, 1979
"Investigation of the Intrinsic Magnetic Aftereffect in Dy(Co,Ni)2 Alloys", Wagga-Wagga, Australia, 1979
"Origin of the Recrystallization Texture in Rolled Low Zinc Brass", International
Conference on the Strength of Metals and Alloys, Melbourne, Australia, 1982
"Mechanism of Intrinsic Magnetic Aftereffect", International Conference on Magnetism,
Kyoto, Japan, 1982
"Gallium Arsenide and Superchips", International Computer Fair, University of Washington,
Seattle, Washington, 1986
"Superchips", Information Systems Forum, Olympia, Washington, 1986
"Deformation Processes in Hot Worked Copper and Alpha Brass", Acta Metallica
, Vol.34, No.11, pp.2247-2257, 1986
"Materials of the Future", Information Systems Forum, Olympia, Washington, 1989
* "Stacked p-FET Dosimeter for the STRV-2 MWIR Detector: A Joint US-UK Project", IEEE Transactions in Nuclear Science
Available upon request