Natasha from Brazil applies for Blue Card Germany

Engineering professionals not elsewhere classified

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Name of profession: Engineering professionals not elsewhere classified Name of latest business sector: Energy Materials Latest occupation/title: Engineering Student Intern Latest main activities: Research and fabrication of anode-supported fuel cells for direct utilization with methane, dealing with ceramics processing and materials characterization techniques


Completed education: bachelor Title or Qualification: Engineer Specialisation: Materials Science and Engineering Additional trainings: Certificate of Inventory Management

Preferred countries:

1. Preferred country | region / city: Germany | Munich 2. Preferred country | region / city: Germany | Bavaria 3. Preferred country | region / city: Germany | Stuttgart

Language skills:

1. Language skills: english => excellent 2. Language skills: spanish => reasonable 3. Language skills: Portuguese => excellent

Personal note /detailed application:

I am a Materials Engineer and I hereby declare my interest in becoming a worker in Germany.
I believe to be a strong professional for your consideration. I have the global ambition to expand my career, to share knowledge, to gather new experiences, and to get in touch with another culture, with the valuable opportunity of working in a first world country that foster the engineering development and technology around the world.
I am aware of the importance of being an active part of this world and I have a dream as an engineer: to belong to a generation of highly educated engineers, with ethics, professionalism, and contributing to the growth of science and technology among our society. For that reason, I am motivated to reach for new and daring projects in my life, and with the urge to seek greater purposes, I firmly believe that Germany will provide this opportunity.

Feb. 2011 – Sep. 2017: Polytechnic School of Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, at Metallurgy and Materials Engineering Department (UFRJ) – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Bachelor’s degree in Materials Engineering, with recognized equivalence with Master’s degree in the University of Porto, Portugal, according to the “Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Consultation between the Portuguese Republic and the Federative Republic of Brazil”.

Sep. 2015 – Sept. 2016: Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), at Materials Science and Engineering Department – Pohang, South Korea.
Undergraduate exchange student from the “Science Without Borders” program with a full scholarship financed by the Brazilian Government.

2006 – 2009: Technical High School at Escola Técnica Professor Everardo Passos (ETEP) – São José dos Campos, São Paulo, Brazil.
High school with technical degree in Industrial Mechanics.

Sep. 2016 – Nov. 2017: Hydrogen Laboratory (UFRJ) – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Intern in the research of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC), focused in the development of the graduation final project entitled “Fabrication of an anode-supported solid oxide fuel cell for the direct utilization with methane”, which was presented in the event held in the university “3ª Semana Metalmat 2017” receiving an honorable mention.

Mar. 2016 – Jul. 2016: Fuel Cell Research Lab (POSTECH) – Pohang, South Korea.
Intern in the research of SOFC, assisting doctoral students in the whole fabrication processes and testing of single cells, through ceramics processing techniques, such as screen printing and tape casting, and testing through impedance measurements.

Jan. 2016 – Feb. 2016: Materials Research Center, Hyundai-Kia Research & Development Center, Hyundai Motor Company – Hwaseong, South Korea.
Winter intern taking part in the research activities of the Advanced Functional Materials Team, Eco-Technology Team and Perceived Materials Team.

Sep. 2012 – Aug. 2013: Mineral Technology Center, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (CETEM) – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Intern in the project “Characterization and processing of molybdenite” separating talc from molybdenite through flotation technique in laboratory scale.

Jul. 2012 – Sep. 2012: Laboratory of Technology, Management and Logistics (TGL//UFRJ) – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Volunteer in the preparation of BiTA (Bulletin of Air Transport Indicators) using MS Excel.

Organization and focus on priorities; Resourcefulness for technical solutions; Good relationship with all hierarchical levels; Highly motivated for learning and improving my knowledge; Team work and opened to new experiences.

Native in Brazilian Portuguese, fluent in English (TOEFL iBT 100), basic Spanish and starting German language course (January 2018).

Inventory Management Certificate by FGV, MS Office, SolidWorks, OriginPro, Python, Jade 6.0.


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