Mohamed ElashriPhD StudentI am interested in continuing my graduate studies and earn a PhD Degree inphysics and promote my understanding of nature and contribute to expandingour knowledge. I'm currently a PhD student at University of Cincinnati.+1 218 721 7690melashri.net[email protected]United StatesSKILLSPython/C++Data Analysis/StatisticsMatlab/MathematicaLinux/SimulationsMachine LearningHOBBIESReadingVideo GamesLANGUAGESEnglishC2ArabicC2PUBLICATIONSSearch for Magnetic Monopole inNOvA far detectorMS ThesisMagnetically charged black holeJournal of Physics: Conference SeriesStrip hit resolution of CMS TrackeranalysisZewail UniversityBachelor ThesisWORK EXPERIENCEUniversity Of CincinnatiTeaching Assistant(August 2020 - PRESENT)position that contain different roles, teaching labs ,grading, helping students with activelearning and holding tutorials for them.University of Minnesota DuluthTeaching Assistant(Augest 2018 - July 2020)I hold a teaching assistant position where I help teaching labs andsupporting student learning objectives through personalized and small group assistanceto support classroom instructionEDUCATIONUniversity Of CincinnatiPhysicsPhD of Science(Aug 2020 - PRESENT)Received Teaching Assistant scholarshipContinuing education in Particle PhysicsMember of NOvA experiment collaborationUniversity of Minnesota DuluthPhysicsMasters of Science(Aug 2018 - July 2020)Received Teaching assistant scholarshipContinuing education in Particle PhysicsMember of NOvA experiment collaborationCoursework in CM, EM and General relativityZewail UniversityPhysicsBachelor of Science(SEPT 2013 - JUNE 2018)Received Al-Ahly bank full scholarship for outstanding students in Egypt.Thesis : Strip hit resolution of CMS tracker StudyPROJECTSAnalysis of Type Ia supernovae dataData Anslysis projectAnalysis of Earthquake Time Series Data using Machine LearningMachine Learning projectREFERENCESAlec HabigProfessor[email protected]Masters supervisorNOvA collaboration member.Ahmed MaaroufAssistant Professor[email protected]Undergraduate ProfessorRole Model