|Navn||Lance Olav Eastgate|
|Citizenships||Norway, USA, New Zealand|
Senior developer at Inspera AS.
Since March 2015 I have been a full-time Inspera consultant for The Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training, working to improve the technical solution (front-end and back-end) of the computer-based tests administered to all primary and secondary schools (K–12) in Norway. Part of this work included developing a new authoring tool for the reading tests, and conducting the necessary user training. Other work includes improving the web interface of Inspera Assessment, a digital exam platform for higher education.
ICT experience includes: Oracle DB, Java EE, WebLogic, React, Redux, Webpack, Sass, ES6, Github, TeamCity, Artifactory, Gradle, Bash/Linux.
|2013 – 2014||Teacher in physics, math, and natural sciences at Oslo Handelsgymnasium high school.|
|2005 – 2013||System analysis, project management, development, and programming at RoomSketcher AS.|
|2004 – 2005||
Research, programming, and data analysis at Intelligent Trading AS, Oslo.
ICT experience includes: Visual Basic (VBA/Excel).
Physics teacher at Kaplan, Inc., Santa Barbara, CA, USA.
Taught physics for the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT).
|1999||Teaching Assistant in physics at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA.|
|1996 – 1998||Teaching Assistant in mathematics and physics at the University of Oslo.|
|1991 – 1998||Private tutor in mathematics and physics, at all levels from high school to university.|
|1999 – 2004||
Ph.D. in Computational Condensed Matter Physics at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA.
Research: Theoretical and numerical modeling of amorphous solids; deformation and fracture.
In part as visiting researcher at UCSB (University of California, Santa Barbara).
Partially financed through a grant from the Norwegian Research Council (Norges forskningsråd).
|1997 – 1998||
Cand. Scient. in Computational Condensed Matter Physics at the University of Oslo.
Grade: 1.1 (written and oral). [Scale: 1–6 where 1.0 is best and 1–4 is pass.]
|1994 – 1996||
Cand. Mag. at the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Oslo.
Average grade: 1.3. [Scale: 1–6 where 1.0 is best and 1–4 is pass.]
|1992 – 1994||International Baccalaureate at Berg Videregående Skole highschool, Oslo.|
|2015 –||Volunteer at Lær Kidsa Koding (Teach Kids Coding).|
|2015||Volunteer at Mattesenter (Math Center).|
|2004 – 2012||Part-time fitness-instructor at Studentidretten, University of Oslo.|
|2005 – 2010||Board member and chairman of the housing co-ownership committee for Sameiet Fredensborgveien 41B, Oslo.|
|1995 – 1998||Executive member of the Norwegian Association of Young Scientists.|
|1995 – 1997||Initiator and project leader for Space Camp Andøya at Andøya Rocket Range.|
- Norwegian and English: bilingual, speak and write fluently.
- French: basic (6 years at school).
- Italian: basic (evening classes weekly 2008–2011).
|1997||Attendance at the Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar (SIYSS) held in connection with the Nobel Prize Ceremonies.|
|1994||4th place in the Norwegian Abel Mathematics Competition.|
|1994||Member of the Norwegian team at the 35th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), Hong Kong.|
|1994||2nd place in the Norwegian Young Scientists Competition for the essay "Sound Reduction in a Tube by Destructive Interference".|
L. O. Eastgate, J. P. Sethna, M. Rauscher, T. Cretegny, C.-S. Chen, and C. R. Myers
Phys. Rev. E 65, 036117 (2002)
L. O. Eastgate, J. S. Langer, and L. Pechenik
Phys. Rev. Lett. 90, 045506 (2003)
Available upon request.