Elina Charatsidou

Physicist & Nuclear Engineer

Programming Skills

Python
90 %
MNCP
65 %
Serpent
70 %
Machine Learning
80 %
Data Analysis
80 %
VASP
40 %
Apros
50 %
Matlab/Simulink
60 %
C
30 %
Mathematica
40 %
MS Office
90 %

Language Skills

English
100 %
Russian
100 %
Greek
100 %
Ukrainian
70 %
Swedish
40 %
German
30 %
French
25 %

Professional Work History

Tutor
Private Courses (Oct 2014 - Jan 2017)

Teaching Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Biology to primary school and high school students.

Translator
AUTh Aristotle University of Thessaloniki | Greece (Oct 2016 - Dec 2016)

Translation of a manual of a photomultiplier, manufactured in Russia, for the Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics Department at AUTh. Tutor

Library Assistant
AUTh Aristotle University of Thessaloniki | Greece (Nov 2016 - Dec 2017)

Working as an assistant at the Physics and Computer Science Library of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

International Student Ambassador
KTH Royal Institute of Technology | Sweden, Stockholm (Sep 2018 - Jun 2020)

Ambassador's duties: Providing support and information to international students interested in applying for master's studies at KTH.

Mentor for Students with Disabilities
KTH Royal Institute of Technology | Sweden, Stockholm (Sep 2019 - Jun 2020)

Mentor's duties: Mentoring students with special needs, by organizing their schedule, study plan, and extra curriculum activities.

Master Thesis
Westinghouse Electric Company | Sweden, Västerås (Jan 2020 - June 2020)

Thesis Title: A machine learning approach to the nuclear fuel fabrication process. In this work data collected by the Westinghouse -Västerås nuclear fuel fabrication factory was explored, organized and structured for each fabrication process. Then, a deep learning algorithm was applied to build neural networks, feature weights of the parameter processes, and understand correlations: the trained network played the core role in connecting parameters and explaining prediction. Through this method, it was possible to model the fabrication process and use this tool to pursue improvements based on data.

Editor
KTH Royal Institute of Technology (05/2020 – Present)

Editorial work for the newsletter of SCI, KTH. Performing interview, planning the topics of discussion, writing articles, formatting the appearance of the newsletter and webpage design.

Education Background History

  • 2013-2017
    BSc in Physics
    Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

  • 2018 - 2020
    MSc in Nuclear Energy Engineering
    KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

  • 2021 - today
    Ph.D. in Physics & Nuclear Engineering
    KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

    SUNRISE project