This work, as in any university, involves teaching and research. In my case there are few physicist coworkers, due to the degree courses that this university offers. Precisely because of this, although people graduated in this university are usually preferred as professors, in the case of physicists the easier way is to get the PhD in a university where the undergrad in Physics is offered. Continue reading Professor in private university
I studied physics in Valencia and then worked for 4 years at Arbora&Ausonia, the Procter&Gamble joint venture that produces and markets in Spain brands such as Evax (sanitary pads) and Dodot (children diapers). I was responsible for market and consumers research for diaper products. I resigned from that position when I obtained a grant from the foundation La Caixa for an MBA at CEIBS (China Europe International Business School), which is my current occupation. Continue reading Market researcher
I am a second year resident in Hospital Radiophysics, a health specialty regulated by the Spanish Royal Decree 220/1997. Students have to do a hospital residency (paid), which normally lasts three years, to gain access to this profession. Continue reading Radiophysicist in a hospital
First, I’d like to thank the guys for coming up with this iniciative, I’m sure it will be very useful for a lot of people.
I have been working as a Geophysicist in Argentina for the last four years. For me, the link between university and the world of petroleum was a masters degree Continue reading Geophysicist in Repsol YPF