Andreas Löwenborg

Curriculum Vitæ

Contact Information

Name
Andreas Löwenborg ( M.Sc. )
E-mail
Telephone
(+45) 22 90 77 35
Address
Vardegade 25, 5. th,
2100 København Ø,
Denmark
Date of Birth
Website
Löwenb.org

Languages

  • DanishFluent
  • SwedishFluent
  • EnglishFluent
  • GermanFluent
  • FrenchIntermediate
  • JapaneseBeginner

Work Experience

IKEA Gentofte A/S

Sales Assistant
November 2007 – present
Reference:
  • Casper Seider
  • Detail upon request

Education

Technical University of Denmark, DTU

Master of Science, M.Sc.
September 2008 – June 2012
Line
Physics & Nanotechnology
Specialization
Nanosystems Engineering
Final Thesis
Characterization of CVD Grown Graphene
Publications
Fast and direct measurement of the electrical properties of graphene using micro four-point probes – M. Klarskov et al. (doi:10.1088/0957-4484/22/44/445702)
Grade Point Average
9.86 (excluding thesis)
Courses
See full list of courses and grades here.

Technical University of Denmark, DTU

Bachelor of Science, B.Sc.
September 2005 – June 2008
Line
Physics & Nanotechnology
Final Thesis
Theory of Coupled Quantum Dots
Courses
See full list of courses and grades here.

Espergærde Gymnasium & HF

High School
August 2002 – June 2005
Line
Mathematical
Grade Point Average
10.2

International School of Stuttgart, ISS

Middle School
September 1998 – July 2002

Computer Skills

  • Matlab
  • JavaScript
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Microsoft Office
  • OpenOffice.Org
  • LaTeX

Interests & Hobbies

  • Skiing
  • Wind/Kite-surfing
  • Programming
  • Couch surfing
  • Travelling
  • Experiencing other cultures
  • Cooking
  • Learning Japanese
  • Sailing

Achievements

  • Second place in Junior European Championships in Snipe
  • Two-time Danish champion in Snipe
  • Participant in two World Championships and two European Championships in Snipe

Professional Skills

  • Quick learner
  • Used to interacting with customers

Personal Qualities

  • Open-minded
  • Get along well with others
  • International mindset

Residential History

Denmark

1986 – 1987
Fredensborg
1988 – 1998
Espergærde
2002 – 2007
Espergærde
2007 – present
Copenhagen

Germany

1998 – 1999
Aidlingen (Stuttgart)
1999 – 2002
Holzgerlingen (Stuttgart)

Additional Information