Due to these internships I was able to get a good amount of hands-on experience in the industry and the field of analytics.
Through my position as undergraduate research assistant I had the possibility to tutor Principles of Geology, Geological Field Methods, Structural Geology (incl. aerial and satellite photograph interpretation) and Applied Micropaleontology (laboratory work). Learning how to pass on information to others highly improved my communication skills.
I'm always interested in career opportunities in the industry (e.g. cement / ceramics / analytics) or exploration geology and as well as in teaming up for scientific projects!
Transparent Al (dark grey) and Ca (grey) coordination polyhedras of α-Monochloride (monoclinic, space group C2/c) seen along the c-axis (only a cutout from the unit cell).
Drawn with VESTA after lattice parameters from Terzis, A., Filippakis, S., Kuzel, H.-J. and Burzlaff, H. (1987): The crystal structure of Ca2Al(OH)6Cl ⋅ 2H2O. Zeitschrift für Kristallographie, 181, 29-34.
Background pattern (section "work") taken from Subtle Patterns.