The growing relevance of Chemical Engineering in today’s world, from energy & oil industries to pharmaceuticals & biotechnology, and a keen desire for applying this knowledge in interrelated spheres motivates me to pursue a Master’s degree in this field. My interest in science goes back to the time when I was in school. We had a young and enthusiastic teacher who took us on field trips and visits to science fairs and museums. This nascent interest has only burgeoned through my years in school and high school, as I have learnt more about the subject. In the long run, I see myself as a part of a leading research group, either as a faculty member or in the R&D department of an organisation contributing my bit to the field of Chemical Engineering.
I envision myself as an innovator who can merge passion and compassion to develop technological solutions that will transform lives and benefit the society. In my high school days, I found chemistry to be the most intriguing subject. I liked Organic Chemistry, particularly the mechanisms of chemical reactions. As time progressed, I understood that chemistry and physics formed the basis of science and technology, and mathematics is a tool required to model these sciences. My love for chemistry and physics greatly influenced my decision to choose Chemical Engineering as my major for undergraduate studies.
The passion towards biological sciences made me to take B.TECH in Biotechnology in Dr. M.G.R. University. In college I was introduced to subjects like biochem... ... middle of paper ... ...croorganisms present in wastewater as the anodic solution obtained from different sources made me to understand that microbes present in domestic as well as industrial waste can even be proved beneficial if they are tapped for electricity generation. Such results were based on the preliminary experiments which need further research in the field . I did it on laboratory level and at the end could generate enough electrical energy to light a bulb or to run a calculator for a few hours to a day.
Professors affiliated to the Institute for NanoBioTechnology produces many interesting works in the interdisciplinary area between material and biomedical science, such as quantum dot tracking and I am interested in expanding my knowledge into the field. I am fascinated by Prof. Tim Mueller’s work Screening of candidate materials by simulating their properties with computer algorithm Addressing the problem of simulating the properties of nanoparticles with innovative method such as machine learning. Having worked as a TA during college also offers me a preview of life graduate school and teaching career. In conclusion, I believe that my academic excellence and extensive research experience makes me an ideal candidate in your program.
Some people have thinking about any subject in different angle and searching by questioning why? From these people we found some scientist. From my childhood I feel such thinking about any matter and generally have a fascination of being a scientist. So according to that track I decided to apply in M.Sc in materials and textile in your renowned university to reduce my knowledge thirst and a part of my trying to be a scientist by conducting innovative research in the field of technical textile, biomedical textile to produce new product with working over biomaterials, nanotechnology, fiber and polymers. When I am in primary school level I know many inventions of science as well as about Engineer from my father who is also M.Sc in mathematics and from that level I am intended to be a researcher in future.
I passed my senior secondary school with 85%. The competitive spirit within me acted as a catalyst in all my academic successes. I took up Mechanical Engineering in AVN COLLEGE affiliated to prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University My first rapport with the mechanical field in my first semester was with the conventional lathes and the modern flexible manufacturing labs in the Institute aroused my curiosity to learn and delve deeper in to the subject. The varied mechanical engineering courses have implanted a lot of enthusiasm in me. Attending various mechanical workshops held in our college during Technical Festivals has helped me in understanding the practical aspects of Mechanical Engineering.The undergraduate study has given me a comprehensive exposure to a wide spectrum of courses, namely, Design Engineering, Kinematics of Machinery, Engineering Graphics, Finite Element Analysis, Thermodynamics, Mechanics of Solids, Robotics, Computer aided Design/Computer aided Manufacturing, etc.
In addition to instilling the predictable reverence for hard work and dedication, my university experience served as an exposition on my desire to do independent scientific research. I found research to be especially pervasive in Cornell where some of the top professors in the US work. In bearing witness to this phenomenon of scientific research, I became an ardent researcher myself, and was therefore quite happy to learn that LiDAR remote sensing data is available online. I am especially inspired by the contribution that LiDAR makes to the scientific community, combining physics with atmospheric and earth science, courses I would like my own studies to follow. I am also interested, should I participate in DR. CAROLT... ... middle of paper ... ... systems, corresponding well with SFSU’s encouragement technological knowledge.
The dream of being a pharmacist started when I was in high school, the keenness I have for both chemistry and cancer research combined with the amazement by the human body magnificence encouraged me to think about taking the first step on this path, and pursue my undergraduate degree in Science of Pharmacy. Science always captivated me; I enjoyed learning about every aspect of pharmacy during my undergraduate studies due to being so passionate about it. Regarding chemistry what mostly was entertaining is learning about drug delivery systems, physical pharmacy, analytical chemistry, and pharmacokinetics, while in biology; I loved physiology, pharmacology, nutrition and pharmacotherapy. These subjects played a crucial role in explaining broad
Science history also shows students how scientific discoveries of the past came to be a part of science today in a manner in which they are better able to appreciate what t... ... middle of paper ... ... These lessons should prove to be effective because of the many studies, such as Seker’s that show how students benefit from and improve as students from learning science history. I want to teach my students about the history of science because learning science history helps to unify many underlying concepts in biology which will help to benefit my students. Decades of research suggests that teaching students about science history benefits them in many ways. I want to give my students the best science education possible and I believe that by engaging in educational research I will be able to achieve my goal.
My early experiences as a teacher and in my Master's degree program have inspired me to work to integrate technology into the inquiry and constructivist models of science education. I have proven the value of both my instruction methods and curriculum design abilities in my own Biology classroom, at conferences, and while working with other teachers; however, I find the change I initiate to be frustratingly localized. I want to assume a leadership role outside of the classroom so that my efforts will influence more teachers and students and, perhaps, make a difference on policy and practice in science education. Computers naturally engage students, so we must embrace and exploit this powerful bond as a means to serve our goals as educators. Yet throughout my experience in educational settings, the role of technology seems to have been reduced to a flashy, colorful way of reinforcing ineffective and outdated teaching strategies.