Ivy Smart

Indianapolis, 

Indiana 

United States

I received my Associate of Science Degree in Nanotechnology in 2011 from Ivy Tech. I have been fortunate in my short career to have assisted in many Nano technology efforts that have achieved outstanding results. Please review my Repio Profile that highlights my contributions to these exciting new developments in the Pharmaceuticals, Chemical and Bio Medical industries. My thanks also go out to Ivy Tech for their help in my training and helping me secure my first position in the fast growing filed of Nonotechnology.

Skilled Nanotechnology Associate

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Ivy Tech Community College
http://www.ivytech.edu/nanotechnology/index.html
This was the best decision I ever made in life. The Professors were outstanding and the Ivy Tech placement service found me a job immediately after graduation. I have had 5 opportunities since I graduated and plan on pursuing my PHD in Nanotechnology some day.
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Macquarie-Purdue Medical Work
http://www.nanotech-now.com/news.cgi?story_id=4869...
I was an assistant in managing the data and reporting of results between Purdue and Macquarie University. Additionally, I will be recognized in a joint paper that will be published in Nature Photonics - 2014.
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Avalon Medical
http://www.nanotech-now.com/news.cgi?story_id=4526...
I worked in New Product development and oversaw the data collection process for our new borate biological glass nanofiber.My training at Ivy Tech was key to getting hired.

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Birck NanoTechnology Center
http://www.nanotech-now.com/news.cgi?story_id=4416...
I was part of the research team that created a new type of optical device small enough to fit on a computer chip that could lead to faster, more powerful information processing and supercomputers. My role was capturing key data and ensuring the data was consistent.

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Electron Beams for Nano Manipulation
http://www.nanotech-now.com/news.cgi?story_id=4677...
This was my entry level job where I was introduced to the research process and how to collect and categorize data. My technical training and knowledge of key technical terms were critical to my success.
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Mercy Ships
http://www.mercyships.org/home/?utm_source=google&...
I have a passion for giving back to those less fortunate. I was a volunteer on The Mercy Ship and traveled to Africa assisting in projects from creating a well for drinking water to assisting doctors as they treated children.

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Competitive Tennis
http://www.indyracquet.com/
I have competed in tennis tournaments since I was twelve years old. Currently, I am rated a USTA 4.0 player.

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