I am a scientific researcher currently working with a wide range of crystallography (single-crystal and powder diffraction with X-Ray or neutron sources of radiations).
My previous background includes crystallographic investigations of materials at non-ambient conditions such as high-pressure (HP), low or high temperatures.
I had practice do measurements of samples personally. I did success in quality phase identifications from powder materials (by over six years). I had achievements in quantity identifications. I had the luck to solve and refine a few structures from powder data. Recently my business everyday work is research connect to structure solutions and their refinement from single-crystal measurements (sometimes with disorder or twinning). I have other business tasks to do as well. However, I’m open to collaboration.
I have also developed analytical skills over time, including experimental work in the team and problem-solving. During my Ph.D., I improved a good understanding of the physical and chemical sciences. I understood that go out towards interdisciplinary is very often crucial to get success.
I think I can explain complex concepts understandably and communicate the results to various audiences. I like to promote science, research, and education-oriented to space exploration. I connect this to my educational background in electronics, protection of the environment, and forest-oriented knowledge. I am licensed to teach chemistry at school.
Since the 80’s I interested in computers in a wide range: using, service, data recovery for myself, and programming for myself (but there is limited time now for it). Since the end of the 90’s I interested in creating websites. In the past, my idea for the business was to be a forester, a photographer, and a movie editor. I have some experience in these last two fields as well, but I chose science.
Amateur radio communication (sometimes called HAM radio) is my hobby.