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Data Analyst Assistant

Dartmouth, NS, Canada
March 18, 2020

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Kyle Stephen Marshall

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Dartmouth, NS, Canada B2Y2L8



To gain employment as a data scientist. I look forward to the opportunity to pursue my passion of solving real world problems and producing data-driven solutions through the application of my knowledge of physics, analytics, and machine learning. Education

Master of Science in Physics from Friedrich Alexander Universität (FAU) Erlangen, Germany / October 2016 – September 2018

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Physics from Acadia University Wolfville, NS / September 2012 – May 2016


Science Specialist / Data Analyst

Naval Engineering Testing Establishment (Department of National Defense Contractor) Halifax NS / February – October (2019) Worked as part of a small specialized team of defense scientists, focusing on the identification and rectification of shortcomings in the above-water battlespace of Canada’s naval military. Roles included an in-depth study of the defense algorithms associated with the signal and digital processing components of an infrared anti-ship missile defense system; development of a naval gunfire correction aid GUI using MATLAB, which will be used by the Canadian and US Navy; and development of a tactical visualization tool for anti-submarine defense using MATLAB. Research Assistant in Physics

Acadia University, Wolfville NS / May – August (2014-2016) Student researcher in a small, high energy particle physics group during the spring and summer months. The research focused on investigating methods for introducing theorized “dark particles” into the standard model of physics. Instructor for High Energy Physics Course

Acadia University, Wolfville NS / May – July (2016) Taught an accredited, undergraduate-level, high energy physics (HEP) course. This was an intensive three-month course which was designed to provide strong undergraduate physics students with the tools (from quantum field theory) necessary to calculate useful physical parameters for subatomic particle interactions. Skills

• Data analysis

• Python

• Machine learning

• Deep learning



• Work in a collaborative / autonomous environment

• Able to convey data-driven results or complex ideas to non science-centric audiences

• Time management

• Adept writing and speaking abilities

• Extremely inquisitive and quick to learn

• Tableau


Awarded Acadia University’s Bronze Medal in Physics for graduating with the highest GPA in the program References

1. Colin Bernard - Senior analyst/team lead for the Naval Engineering Testing Establishment’s above-water battlespace, Halifax NS -

2. Michael Robertson - Professor at Acadia University, Wolfville NS -

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