I would like to introduce myself, so I’ve decided that the best way to do this is through an infographic. I am about to submit my PhD thesis, so the main focus in this resume is on the last 3 years, while I was a PhD fellow at Aarhus University (Denmark).
Generally, my attention is better kept by pictures, graphs, or any other visual content; whereas, walls of text require extra effort, especially for online reading . That’s why I thought it will be much more fun to explore the new for me field of infographics. I know that infographic resumes are terrible idea when applying for a job. So, don’t you worry, I’m not going to send it out to HR companies/departments etc.
The minor problem is that this particular Infographic Resume v.01 (2014) will be hard to update. It reflects my interests and summarizes what I think is important from today’s perspective. So, eventually, or hopefully, version 2, 3,…, n will follow when the time comes.
For a more traditional CV you can jump to my Linkedin or AU profiles, where you can find details on the published papers, attended conferences, and passed exams.
Stay tuned, as I’m slowly, but steadily getting into blogging/preparing materials for water-research.info. What you can expect is news, views, reviews on water-quality related subjects, accompanied by some infographics or just nice illustrations.
Nice infographic! I see you are interested in R, you may want to check out https://www.coursera.org/course/rprog.
It is part of a specialized track in Data Science but can be taken by itself. I it is a free MOOC but if you would like what they call a verified certificate you can pay $40US which can be added to a LinkedIn profile. The initial Data Scientist Toolbox course is helpful for setting up your environment with the necessary programs and accounts (i. e. R & github).
Thanks for the info. I’ve been thinking first to try out the tutorials before I sign up for a course. But so far, I’ve only read a little bit about R and haven’t done any of the “exercises”.