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Hire Dr. Nicolas Lopez
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I'm a versatile data scientist with years of experience in data modeling, software development, experimental design.

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Data Scientist

clicktripz

February 2017 - Present

Scientific Programmer and Researcher

University of California Riverside

September 2006 - December 2013

Scientific Researcher and Software Engineer

University of North Texas

September 2002 - July 2006

Education

PhD Physics

University of California Riverside

September 2006 - December 2013

PhD Physics (Physics and Astronomy)

University of California Riverside

September 2006 - December 2013

BS Mathematics and Physics (Mathematics)

University of North Texas

September 2002 - July 2006

BS Math and Physics

University of North Texas

September 2002 - July 2006

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Publications
DISSERTATION THESIS
(2013). Narrow Feshbach Bound State of an Ultra Cold Atom Pair with an Extrapolation to a Many Body Phase. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses.
CONFERENCE PAPER
(2013). Closed Channel Amplitude in a Many Body Feshbach System. American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting in Baltimore, MD.
(2012). Narrow Feshbach Dance of Two Trapped Atoms. Division of Atomic and Molecular Physics Meeting in Anaheim, CA.
(2011). Quantum Phases of Atom-Molecule Mixtures of Fermionic Atoms. APS March Meeting in Dallas, TX.
(2005). Plant Vegetation Dynamics Model. University of North Texas McNair Poster Session.
(2004). Improvement on a Laser Interaction Region for Use in High Precision Spectroscopy. Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics Meeting in Tucson, AZ.