Cheng Li
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'欲穷千里目        更上一层楼'
'You can have a better view, only by climbing up to a greater stage.' 
 
 
Cheng Li
Student & work at High-Energy Physics Group
Brandeis University, Department of Physics
leechen@brandeis.edu
617 899 7428

Other Things that I have done/ am doing/ will do:

  • I was interested in Rubik's Cube and spent some time studying it. I can solve a 3*3's Cube in 25 seconds now. 
  •  I love music and have been learning and playing guitar for 4 years.
  • I do running, bicycle riding, swimming at least twice a week, as well as various other sports. I believe that a robust body is important for my life, study and career.
  • I am learning Python because computer science knowledge is important in the work I am going to do.
  • I am also learning French since I will be working at CERN for half a year after I graduate December 2017 and it is always helpful to know more language.
  • I will learn swing dance after I graduated, because I like Jazz Music and dancing is also a really helpful way to get rid of stress and keep a good mood.
  • I will learn more about circuit design and become an excellent Electrical Engineer.
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CURRICULUM VITAE CHENG LI

415 South St. Waltham MA 02453 | leechen@brandeis.edu | 617-899-7428

 

Education

Expected Dec 2017

Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

Bachelor of Science in Physics

Minors: Math, Linguistics      

 Sep 2013 - May 201

Central China Normal University, China

Two-year Study in Physics                                 

 

Course Work

Differential Equation

Electromagnetics

Electronics Lab

Calculus

Dynamic System

Programming Language (C++)

Advanced Lab    

                                               

Research Experience

May 2016 - present

Brandeis University, Waltham MA, USA                

Research Student at High Energy Physics Group

  •  Assemble circuits like camera head, buck converter and driver, and inspect them with oscilloscope
  • Conducted experiments on how factors like temperature, weight and impact affect the performance of camera head
  • Study rasnik mask to verify the accuracy of the LWDAQ Rasnik Instrument
  •  Give presentation in front of the group to update research progress frequently

Jun - Sep 201

CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

Technician

  •  Made and Measured mockups, calibrated cameras that will be put in ATLAS.
  • Studied the influence of magnetic field on the buck converter, which will be put on the new small wheel in ATLAS

                         

Leadership

 May 2017 – present

Senior Employee, Brandeis University, Waltham MA 

  • Teach new students lab skills like soldering and calibration
  • Allocate BCAM production and calibration work to fellow students

 

Skills

Engineering:

Machine: Band Saw, Drill Press, Lathe, Coordinate-measuring Machine Electrical: Meters, Oscilloscope, Photogrammetry, soldering

Computer:

Programming Language: Python, TCL, C++

Software: Microsoft Office, Matlab, Mathematica, Labview