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-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Simple LaTeX CV Template %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
-
-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
-%% NOTE: If you find that it says %%
-%% %%
-%% 1 of ?? %%
-%% %%
-%% at the bottom of your first page, this means that the AUX file %%
-%% was not available when you ran LaTeX on this source. Simply RERUN %%
-%% LaTeX to get the ``??'' replaced with the number of the last page %%
-%% of the document. The AUX file will be generated on the first run %%
-%% of LaTeX and used on the second run to fill in all of the %%
-%% references. %%
-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
-
-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Document Setup %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
-
-% Don't like 10pt? Try 11pt or 12pt
-\documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{article}
-
-% The automated optical recognition software used to digitize resume
-% information works best with fonts that do not have serifs. This
-% command uses a sans serif font throughout. Uncomment both lines (or at
-% least the second) to restore a Roman font (i.e., a font with serifs).
-%\usepackage{times}
-\usepackage[scaled=0.9]{helvet}
-%\usepackage{uarial} % not installed/not found
-%\usepackage{avant} % thick and hard to read with multiple lines
-%\usepackage[widespace]{fourier}
-\renewcommand{\familydefault}{\sfdefault}
-
-
-% The OCR software also has a hard time with italics. These commands get
-% rid of the two common ways to italicize text in LaTeX. Get rid of them
-% to turn italics back on.
-\renewcommand\emph[1]{#1}
-\renewcommand\textit[1]{#1}
-\renewcommand\textsl[1]{#1}
-
-% This is a helpful package that puts math inside length specifications
-\usepackage{calc}
-
-% Better margin notes, to make sections work correctly without fear of
-% the margins jumping
-\usepackage{mparhack}
-
-% Better underlineing system
-\usepackage{soul}
-\setuloverlap{0pt}
-
-% 8-bit font usage
-\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
-
-% For the various TEX logos
-\usepackage{hologo}
-
-% Layout: Puts the section titles on left side of page
-\reversemarginpar
-
-%
-% PAPER SIZE, PAGE NUMBER, AND DOCUMENT LAYOUT NOTES:
-%
-% The next \usepackage line changes the layout for CV style section
-% headings as marginal notes. It also sets up the paper size as either
-% letter or A4. By default, letter was used. If A4 paper is desired,
-% comment out the letterpaper lines and uncomment the a4paper lines.
-%
-% As you can see, the margin widths and section title widths can be
-% easily adjusted.
-%
-% ALSO: Notice that the includefoot option can be commented OUT in order
-% to put the PAGE NUMBER *IN* the bottom margin. This will make the
-% effective text area larger.
-%
-% IF YOU WISH TO REMOVE THE ``of LASTPAGE'' next to each page number,
-% see the note about the +LP and -LP lines below. Comment out the +LP
-% and uncomment the -LP.
-%
-% IF YOU WISH TO REMOVE PAGE NUMBERS, be sure that the includefoot line
-% is uncommented and ALSO uncomment the \pagestyle{empty} a few lines
-% below.
-%
-
-%% Use these lines for letter-sized paper
-%\usepackage[paper=letterpaper,
-% %includefoot, % Uncomment to put page number above margin
-% marginparwidth=1.2in, % Length of section titles
-% marginparsep=.05in, % Space between titles and text
-% margin=1in, % 1 inch margins
-% includemp]{geometry}
-
-%% Use these lines for A4-sized paper
-\usepackage[a4paper,
- pdftex,
- showframe=false,
- %includefoot, % Uncomment to put page number above margin
- marginparwidth=32mm, % Length of section titles
- marginparsep=1mm, % Space between titles and text
- margin=25mm, % 25mm margins
- includemp]{geometry}
-
-%% More layout: Get rid of indenting throughout entire document
-\setlength{\parindent}{0in}
-
-\usepackage[shortlabels]{enumitem}
-
-% Simpler bibsections for CV sections
-% (thanks to natbib for inspiration)
-%
-% * For lists of references with hanging indents and no numbers:
-%
-% \begin{bibsection}
-% \item ...
-% \end{bibsection}
-%
-% * For numbered lists of references (with hanging indents):
-%
-% \begin{bibenum}
-% \item ...
-% \end{bibenum}
-%
-% Note that bibenum numbers continuously throughout. To reset the
-% counter, use
-%
-% \restartlist{bibenum}
-%
-% at the place where you want the numbering to reset.
-
-\makeatletter
-\newlength{\bibhang}
-\setlength{\bibhang}{1em}
-\newlength{\bibsep}
- {\@listi \global\bibsep\itemsep \global\advance\bibsep by\parsep}
-\newlist{bibsection}{itemize}{3}
-\setlist[bibsection]{label=,leftmargin=\bibhang,%
- itemindent=-\bibhang,
- itemsep=\bibsep,parsep=\z@,partopsep=0pt,
- topsep=0pt}
-\newlist{bibenum}{enumerate}{3}
-\setlist[bibenum]{label=[\arabic*],resume,leftmargin={\bibhang+\widthof{[999]}},%
- itemindent=-\bibhang,
- itemsep=\bibsep,parsep=\z@,partopsep=0pt,
- topsep=0pt}
-\let\oldendbibenum\endbibenum
-\def\endbibenum{\oldendbibenum\vspace{-.6\baselineskip}}
-\let\oldendbibsection\endbibsection
-\def\endbibsection{\oldendbibsection\vspace{-.6\baselineskip}}
-\makeatother
-
-%%% Setup header and footer (with page number and possible last page)
-%
-% The first block sets up pages 2--end
-% The second block sets up page 1 formatting
-%
-%%%
-%
-% NOTE: comment the +LP lines and uncomment the -LP lines to have page
-% numbers without the ``of ##'' last page reference)
-%
-% NOTE: uncomment the \pagestyle{empty} line to get rid of all page
-% numbers on pages 2--end. To get rid of page numbers on page 1,
-% comment out the \thispagestyle{plain} line on the first page
-% below.
-% (also make sure includefoot is commented out above)
-%
-\usepackage{fancyhdr,lastpage}
-\setlength{\headheight}{15pt}
-\pagestyle{fancy}
-%\pagestyle{empty} % Uncomment this to get rid of page numbers
-\fancyhf{}\renewcommand{\headrulewidth}{0pt}
-\fancyfootoffset{\marginparsep+\marginparwidth}
-\newlength{\footpageshift}
-\setlength{\footpageshift}
- {0.5\textwidth+0.5\marginparsep+0.5\marginparwidth-2in}
-
-%%%% PAGES 2--9 NUMBERING:
-%% These two lines put page number in upper-right corner of pages 2--end
-\rhead{Viessmann, p.~\arabic{page} of \protect\pageref*{LastPage}} % +LP
-%\rhead{Pavlic, p.~\arabic{page}} % -LP
-
-%% These lines put page number in bottom (center) of pages 2--end
-%\lfoot{\hspace{\footpageshift}%
-% \parbox{4in}{\, \hfill %
-% \arabic{page} of \protect\pageref*{LastPage} % +LP
-%% \arabic{page} % -LP
-% \hfill \,}}
-%%%% END PAGE 2--9 NUMBERING
-
-%%%% PAGE 1 NUMBERING:
-\makeatletter
-\let\oldps@plain\ps@plain
-\renewcommand{\ps@plain}{\oldps@plain%
-\renewcommand{\@evenfoot}{\hspace*{-\footpageshift}\hfil %
- p.~\arabic{page} of \protect\pageref*{LastPage} % +LP
-% p.~\arabic{page} % -LP
- \hfil}%
-\renewcommand{\@oddfoot}{\@evenfoot}}
-\makeatother
-%%%% END PAGE 1 NUMBERING
-
-% Finally, give us PDF bookmarks and colored links
-%
-% NOTE: Some OCR software might be negatively affected by hyperlinks. So
-% most employers recommend the draft option here. Alternatively,
-% making all links black (as opposed to darkblue) should hopefully
-% prevent problems with most OCR.
-%
-% (to enable hyperlinks and bookmarks, comment out ``draft'' line;
-% to disable hyperlinks and bookmarks, uncomment ``draft'' line)
-\usepackage{color,}
-\usepackage[pdftex,
- pdfauthor={Hans-Nikolai Viessmann},
- pdftitle={Curriculum Vitae},
- pdfsubject={History of education and work experience}]{hyperref}
-\definecolor{darkblue}{rgb}{0.0,0.0,0.3}
-\hypersetup{breaklinks,colorlinks,
- linkcolor=black,urlcolor=black,
- anchorcolor=black,citecolor=black,
- %linkcolor=darkblue,urlcolor=darkblue,
- %anchorcolor=darkblue,citecolor=darkblue,
- %draft
- }
-
-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% End Document Setup %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
-
-
-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Helper Commands %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
-
-%%% HEADING AT TOP OF CURRICULUM VITAE
-
-% The title (name) with a horizontal rule under it
-% (optional argument typesets an object right-justified across from name
-% as well)
-%
-% Usage: \makeheading{name}
-% OR
-% \makeheading[right_object]{name}
-%
-% Place at top of document. It should be the first thing.
-% If ``right_object'' is provided in the square-braced optional
-% argument, it will be right justified on the same line as ``name'' at
-% the top of the CV. For example:
-%
-% \makeheading[\emph{Curriculum vitae}]{Your Name}
-%
-% will put an emphasized ``Curriculum vitae'' at the top of the document
-% as a title. Likewise, a picture could be included:
-%
-% \makeheading[\includegraphics[height=1.5in]{my_picutre}]{Your Name}
-%
-% the picture will be flush right across from the name.
-\newcommand{\makeheading}[2][]{
- \hspace*{-\marginparsep minus \marginparwidth}%
- \begin{minipage}[t]{\textwidth+\marginparwidth+\marginparsep}%
- {\large \bfseries #2 \hfill #1}\\[-0.15\baselineskip]%
- \rule{\columnwidth}{1pt}%
- \end{minipage}
-}
-
-%%% SECTION HEADINGS
-
-% The section headings. Flush left in small caps down pseudo-margin.
-%
-% Usage: \section{section name}
-\renewcommand{\section}[1]{\pagebreak[3]%
- \vspace{1\baselineskip}%
- \phantomsection\addcontentsline{toc}{section}{#1}%
-% \leavevmode\marginpar{\noindent\scshape\hyphenpenalty=10000\raggedright #1}
- \leavevmode\marginpar{
- \noindent\scshape
- \begin{minipage}[t]{\marginparwidth}
- \hyphenpenalty=10000\raggedright #1
- \end{minipage}
- }%
-% \noindent\llap{\scshape\smash{\parbox[t]{\marginparwidth}{\hyphenpenalty=10000\raggedright #1}}}%
- \vspace{-\baselineskip}\par
-}
-
-% The subsection heading. Flush left in small font small caps down pseudo-margin.
-%
-% Usage: \subsection{subsection name}
-\renewcommand{\subsection}[1]{\pagebreak[3]%
- \vspace{1\baselineskip}%
- \phantomsection\addcontentsline{toc}{subsection}{#1}%
-% \leavevmode\marginpar{\hfill\noindent\small\scshape\parbox[t]{\marginparwidth-3mm}{\hyphenpenalty=10000\raggedright #1}}
- \leavevmode\marginpar{
- \hfill\noindent\small\scshape
- \begin{minipage}[t]{\marginparwidth-3mm}
- \hyphenpenalty=10000\raggedright #1
- \end{minipage}
- }%
-% \noindent\llap{\small\scshape\smash{\parbox[t]{\marginparwidth-10mm}{\hyphenpenalty=10000\raggedright #1}}}%
- \vspace{-\baselineskip}\par
-}
-
-%%% LISTS
-
-% This macro alters a list by removing some of the space that follows the list
-% (is used by lists below)
-\newcommand*\fixendlist[1]{%
- \expandafter\let\csname preFixEndListend#1\expandafter\endcsname\csname end#1\endcsname
- \expandafter\def\csname end#1\endcsname{\csname preFixEndListend#1\endcsname\vspace{-0.6\baselineskip}}}
-
-% These macros help ensure that items in outer-type lists do not get
-% separated from the next line by a page break
-% (they are used by lists below)
-\let\originalItem\item
-\newcommand*\fixouterlist[1]{%
- \expandafter\let\csname preFixOuterList#1\expandafter\endcsname\csname #1\endcsname
- \expandafter\def\csname #1\endcsname{\csname preFixOuterList#1\endcsname\let\oldItem\item\def\item{\pagebreak[2]\oldItem}}
- \expandafter\let\csname preFixOuterListend#1\expandafter\endcsname\csname end#1\endcsname
- \expandafter\def\csname end#1\endcsname{\let\item\oldItem\csname preFixOuterListend#1\endcsname}}
-\newcommand*\fixinnerlist[1]{%
- \expandafter\let\csname preFixInnerList#1\expandafter\endcsname\csname #1\endcsname
- \expandafter\def\csname #1\endcsname{\let\oldItem\item\let\item\originalItem\csname preFixInnerList#1\endcsname}
- \expandafter\let\csname preFixInnerListend#1\expandafter\endcsname\csname end#1\endcsname
- \expandafter\def\csname end#1\endcsname{\csname preFixInnerListend#1\endcsname\let\item\oldItem}}
-
-% An itemize-style list with lots of space between items
-%
-% Usage:
-% \begin{outerlist}
-% \item ... % (or \item[] for no bullet)
-% \end{outerlist}
-\newlist{outerlist}{itemize}{3}
- \setlist[outerlist]{label=\enskip\textbullet,leftmargin=*}
- \fixendlist{outerlist}
- \fixouterlist{outerlist}
-
-% An environment IDENTICAL to outerlist that has better pre-list spacing
-% when used as the first thing in a \section
-%
-% Usage:
-% \begin{lonelist}
-% \item ... % (or \item[] for no bullet)
-% \end{lonelist}
-\newlist{lonelist}{itemize}{3}
- \setlist[lonelist]{label=\enskip\textbullet,leftmargin=*,partopsep=0pt,topsep=0pt}
- \fixendlist{lonelist}
- \fixouterlist{lonelist}
-
-% An itemize-style list with little space between items
-%
-% Usage:
-% \begin{innerlist}
-% \item ... % (or \item[] for no bullet)
-% \end{innerlist}
-\newlist{innerlist}{itemize}{3}
- \setlist[innerlist]{label=\enskip\textbullet,leftmargin=*,parsep=0pt,itemsep=0pt,topsep=0pt,partopsep=0pt}
- \fixinnerlist{innerlist}
-
-% An environment IDENTICAL to innerlist that has better pre-list spacing
-% when used as the first thing in a \section
-%
-% Usage:
-% \begin{loneinnerlist}
-% \item ... % (or \item[] for no bullet)
-% \end{loneinnerlist}
-\newlist{loneinnerlist}{itemize}{3}
- \setlist[loneinnerlist]{label=\enskip\textbullet,leftmargin=*,parsep=0pt,itemsep=0pt,topsep=0pt,partopsep=0pt}
- \fixendlist{loneinnerlist}
- \fixinnerlist{loneinnerlist}
-
-%%% EXTRA SPACE
-
-% To add some paragraph space between lines.
-% This also tells LaTeX to preferably break a page on one of these gaps
-% if there is a needed pagebreak nearby.
-\newcommand{\blankline}{\quad\pagebreak[3]}
-\newcommand{\halfblankline}{\quad\vspace{-0.5\baselineskip}\pagebreak[3]}
-
-%%% FORMATTING MACROS
-
-% Uses hyperref to link DOI
-\newcommand\doilink[1]{\href{http://dx.doi.org/#1}{#1}}
-\newcommand\doi[1]{doi:\doilink{#1}}
-
-% For \url{SOME_URL}, links SOME_URL to the url SOME_URL
-\providecommand*\url[1]{\href{#1}{#1}}
-% Same as above, but pretty-prints SOME_URL in teletype fixed-width font
-\renewcommand*\url[1]{\href{#1}{\texttt{#1}}}
-
-% For \email{ADDRESS}, links ADDRESS to the url mailto:ADDRESS
-\providecommand*\email[1]{\href{mailto:#1}{#1}}
-% Same as above, but pretty-prints ADDRESS in teletype fixed-width font
-%\renewcommand*\email[1]{\href{mailto:#1}{\texttt{#1}}}
-
-%\providecommand\BibTeX{{\rm B\kern-.05em{\sc i\kern-.025em b}\kern-.08em
-% T\kern-.1667em\lower.7ex\hbox{E}\kern-.125emX}}
-%\providecommand\BibTeX{{\rm B\kern-.05em{\sc i\kern-.025em b}\kern-.08em
-% \TeX}}
-\providecommand\BibTeX{{B\kern-.05em{\sc i\kern-.025em b}\kern-.08em
- \TeX}}
-\providecommand\Matlab{\textsc{Matlab}}
-
-% Custom hyphenation rules for words that LaTeX has trouble with
-\hyphenation{bio-mim-ic-ry bio-in-spi-ra-tion re-us-a-ble pro-vid-er}
-
-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% End Helper Commands %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
-
-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Begin CV Document %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
-
-\begin{document}
-\thispagestyle{plain}
-\makeheading[Curriculum Vitae]{Hans-Nikolai~Viessmann}
-
-\section{Contact Information}
-
-% NOTE: Mind where the & separators and \\ breaks are in the following
-% table. Table is one row made up of three parboxes. The left
-% parbox has address info, the middle parbox has a vertical bar,
-% and the right parbox has phone and electronic contact
-% information.
-%
-% MACROS: \rcollength is the width of the right column of the table
-% (adjust it to your liking; default is 1.85in).
-% \spacewidth is width of area between left and right boxes.
-% \lineheight is the height of the vertical bar seperating the
-% left and right columns
-%
-\newlength{\rcollength}\setlength{\rcollength}{2.30in}%
-\newlength{\spacewidth}\setlength{\spacewidth}{15pt}
-\newlength{\lineheight}\setlength{\lineheight}{0.7in}
-%
-\begin{tabular}[t]{@{}p{\textwidth-\rcollength-\spacewidth}@{}p{\spacewidth}@{}p{\rcollength}}%
-
- % Address box
- \begin{minipage}[t]{\textwidth-\rcollength-\spacewidth}%
- % Columbastr. 1\\
- % 79292 Pfaffenweiler\\
- % Germany
- 27/28 Brunswick Road\\
- Edinburgh\\
- EH7 5GX\\
- United Kingdom
- \end{minipage}
- % Vertical bar to seperate parboxes
- & % This isn't working for some reason
-% \begin{minipage}[t]{\spacewidth}%
-% \centering \rule{0.75pt}{\lineheight}
-% \end{minipage}
- &
- % Non-snail-mail contact information
- \begin{minipage}[t]{\rcollength}%
- Mobile: \href{tel:00447747329896}{+44 7747 329896}\\
- % DE Mobile: \href{tel:004915156896688}{+49 151 56896688}\\
- E-mail: \email{hans@viessmann.co}\\
- Web: \href{http://hans.viessmann.co/}{hans.viessmann.co}
- \end{minipage}
-
-\end{tabular}
-
-%%
-%% In modern CV's, it seems like ``Objective'' is frowned upon. Instead,
-%% incorporate it into a well-constructed cover letter. The ``More
-%% information'' can go at the end of the CV, but it should not distract
-%% from the section giving references available to contact.
-%%
-%
-% \section{Objective}
-%
-% Full-time position that allows for advanced research in electrical and
-% computer engineering (communications, control, software, electronics,
-% and sustainability), with a particular focus on complex distributed
-% systems (i.e., modeling, analysis, design, and verification)
-% \begin{innerlist}
-% \item For more information, see \url{http://www.tedpavlic.com/engjobsearch/}
-% \end{innerlist}
-
-%\section{Qualifications}
-% Object-oriented programming, software design, website design, PHP applications,
-% MySQL database management, computer systems management, data structures,
-% computational algorithms, software development, mathematics
-
-%\section{Availability}
-%
-%\begin{loneinnerlist}
-% \item Start time is negotiable; may be possible to start immediately
-% \item Geographic location is flexible, but there is preference
-% for Tempe, AZ
-%\end{loneinnerlist}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-\section{Citizenship}
-German
-
-\section{Languages}
-English and German
-%\begin{loneinnerlist}
-% \item English
-% \item German
-%\end{loneinnerlist}
-
-\section{Education}
-
-\href{http://www.hw.ac.uk/}{\textbf{Heriot-Watt University}},
-Edinburgh, UK
-\begin{outerlist}
- \item[] B.Sc. Hon.,
- \href{http://www.undergraduate.hw.ac.uk/programmes/G400/}{Computer Science}
- \hfill \textbf{September 2010 to present}
- \begin{innerlist}
- \item[-] 1\textsuperscript{st} Year, 70\% with Merit
- \item[-] 2\textsuperscript{nd} Year, 68\%
- \item[-] 3\textsuperscript{rd} Year, 70\% (\textit{expected})
- \end{innerlist}
- \item[] Material:
- \begin{innerlist}
- \item Software Design (UML, Project Management, Formal Specification)
- \item Database Management (MySQL, PHPMyAdmin, InnoDB)
- \item Data Structures (Sorting, Hashtables, and others)
- \item Programming Languages (PHP, Java, C, Assembly)
- \item[$\circ$] and others
- \end{innerlist}
- \item[] Extracurricular Activity
- \begin{innerlist}
- \item \href{http://groupspaces.com/hwdebates/}{HW Debating Society}
- \item HW Computer Society
- \item HW Anime Society
- \end{innerlist}
-\end{outerlist}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-\href{http://www.isbasel.ch/}{\textbf{International School of Basel}},
-Basel, CH
-\begin{outerlist}
- \item[] Diploma,
- \href{http://www.ibo.org/diploma/}{International Baccalaureate}
- \hfill \textbf{2006 to 2010}
- \begin{innerlist}
- \item[-] Score: 29
- \end{innerlist}
- \begin{tabular}[t]{@{}p{\textwidth-\rcollength-1.5in}@{}p{\rcollength-1in}@{}p{\rcollength}}%
-
- % Higher Level
- \begin{minipage}[t]{\rcollength-1.25in}%
- \item[] Higher Level
- \begin{innerlist}
- \item Economics
- \item Physics
- \item Mathematics
- \end{innerlist}
- \end{minipage}
- &
- % Standard Level
- \begin{minipage}[t]{\rcollength-1.25in}%
- \item[] Standard Level
- \begin{innerlist}
- \item English
- \item German B
- \item World Politics
- \end{innerlist}
- \end{minipage}
- &
- % Additional work done
- \begin{minipage}[t]{\rcollength}
- \item[] Additional
- \begin{innerlist}
- \item Theory of Knowledge
- \item Extended Essay (\textit{Topic:} Botnets)
- \end{innerlist}
- \end{minipage}
-
- \end{tabular}
- \item[] Extracurricular Activity
- \begin{innerlist}
- \item Drama Society, worked as the lighting and sound technician
- \item Sports Photographer for several sports tournaments
- \item \href{http://en.young-enterprise.ch/}{Young Enterprise Switzerland}, established a company
- \end{innerlist}
-\end{outerlist}
-
-%\halfblankline
-
-\section{Work Experience}
-
-\href{http://www.techfixuk.com}{\textbf{TECHFIX Ltd.}},
-Edinburgh, UK
-\hfill{\small IT repair and servicing business}
-\begin{outerlist}
- \item[] Voluntary work as a PC Engineer
- \hfill \textbf{January 2012 to present}
- \begin{tabular}[t]{@{}p{\textwidth-\rcollength-1in}@{}p{\rcollength+\spacewidth}}%
-
- % Responsibilities
- \begin{minipage}[t]{\textwidth-\rcollength-\spacewidth}%
- \item[] Responsibilities:
- \begin{innerlist}
- \item Web server management
- \end{innerlist}
- \end{minipage}
- &
- % Experience
- \begin{minipage}[t]{\rcollength+0.25in}%
- \item[] Skills Learned:
- \begin{innerlist}
- \item GNU/Linux and associated applications
- \item Networks and the internet
- \end{innerlist}
- \end{minipage}
-
- \end{tabular}
-\end{outerlist}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-\section{Projects}
-
-%\href{http://code.google.com/p/robotsoc-app/}{\textbf{University Timetable Mobile App}}
-%\hfill \textbf{2011 to present}
-
-%\halfblankline
-
-%This project is being done through the \href{http://www.robotsoc.co.uk/}{Heriot-Watt Robotics Society} as a group
-%\begin{outerlist}
-% \item An ongoing project to consolidate all University timetables into a single and simple to use application, that is accessible from both the Internet and smart-phones.
-% \item[$\circ$] I am responsible for the user interface and database design
-%\end{outerlist}
-
-\href{http://www.macs.hw.ac.uk/~monica/GroupProject/}{\textbf{University Group Project}}
-\hfill \textbf{September 2012 to present}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-Group based work to design and create a web-application to manage a Sport Centre's events and tournaments in the manner of an actual company.
-\begin{innerlist}
- \item[] This is a year-long project required by my degree that is still \textit{underway}
- \begin{innerlist}
- \item The application uses \href{http://codeigniter.com/}{CodeIgniter framework} and \href{http://jquery.com/}{JQuery} with \href{http://editor.datatables.net/}{plug-ins}
- \end{innerlist}
- \item[] Group page at \url{http://4wardthinking.info/}
- \item[] Project page at \url{http://dev.4wardthinking.info/}
-\end{innerlist}
-
-
-\halfblankline
-
-\href{http://code.google.com/p/werecycle/}{\textbf{WeRecycle}}
-\hfill \textbf{September 2012}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-Working in a team, I helped to create a web-application to help locate recycling points throughout Scotland.
-%A few colleges and I joined in on the project as part of a competition set by the university. The goal was to provide detailed information on recyclables and recycling points nearby and thus help the community. It now however is in further development into a commercial service.
-The following was done:
-\begin{innerlist}
- \item Collected data of recycling points in Scotland
- \item Creation of a web application, \href{www.recyclefinder.co.uk}{RecycleFinder}, in PHP using \href{http://codeigniter.com/}{CodeIgniter framework}
- \item \href{https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.recyclefinder.recyclefinder}{Android application} using \href{http://developer.android.com/reference/android/webkit/WebView.html}{\texttt{WebView}}
- \item Project page at \url{http://werecycle.googlecode.com/}
-\end{innerlist}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-\href{https://bitbucket.org/hv15/crushquiz}{\textbf{MACSQuiz}}
-\hfill \textbf{March 2012}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-This project was begun by a few of my fellow classmates and myself to create a community-based quiz game that could be played from any device connected to the internet.
-%The \href{http://www.macs.hw.ac.uk/}{Heriot-Watt Mathematics and Computer Science Department} became involved as a result of our implementing the system within the university.
-\begin{innerlist}
- \item PHP and JavaScript implemented system using Google's Fusion Tables for question/answer data
- \item Final product at \url{http://www.macsquiz.co.uk/}
- \item[$\circ$] I was responsible for the login system, including timeouts and registration
-\end{innerlist}
-
-\section{University Coursework}
-
-\textbf{Individual Coursework}
-\begin{innerlist}
- \item Dynamic and static analysis of a Java program to check for complexity and error possibility
- \item Over several lab sessions I created a syntax analyzer, interpreter, and C-code generator for a made up programming language
- \item Using an ARM processor simulator, I wrote small applications in assembly to reorganize arrays and do calculations (such as square-roots)
- \item Using Python, I implemented a mathematical sets expression interpretor and evaluator (\textit{ongoing})
-\end{innerlist}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-\textbf{Group Coursework}
-\begin{innerlist}
-% \item Design and create a web-application to manage a Sport Centre's events and tournaments
- \item Designed and created a MySQL database to represent a commercial grocery delivery service, later the database was transformed into XML with a schema and rendered using XSLT and XPath
-% \begin{innerlist}
-% \item[$\circ$] I was responsible for the XML and the schema. I wrote the schema such that entities (e.g. Customer) would be related to other entities (e.g. Order)
-% \end{innerlist}
- \item Created an articulated model of an animal using C and OpenGL
-\end{innerlist}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-Further university related projects and coursework can be found at
-\begin{innerlist}
- %% Small hack to get '~' displayed and implemented in the url using the \nolinkurl function from hyperref package
- \item[+] \href{http://www2.macs.hw.ac.uk/~hv15/?access=projects}{\nolinkurl{http://www2.macs.hw.ac.uk/~hv15/?access=projects}}
-\end{innerlist}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-Other projects can be found at
-\begin{innerlist}
- \item[+] \url{http://projects.viessmann.co/}
- \item[+] \url{https://github.com/hv15}
-\end{innerlist}
-
-\section{Skills}
-
-Information/Internet Technology:
-%
-\begin{innerlist}
- \item Server management (mainly GNU/Linux systems)
-% \item Network management (routing and
- \item Web services (WHM/cPanel, Apache, MySQL)
-% \item Media (FFmpeg, Libav, x264)
-\end{innerlist}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-Programming:
-%
-\begin{innerlist}
- \item C, PHP, Python, Java, Shell scripting (\texttt{bash}), Assembly, and others
- \item GNU \texttt{make}, GCC/GDB, Eclipse, and others
- \item \texttt{git} version control
-\end{innerlist}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-Productivity Applications:
-%
-\begin{innerlist}
- \item The most common productivity application (for Windows, OS X, and Linux platforms), \hologo{(La)TeX}, and VIM
-\end{innerlist}
-
-\halfblankline
-
-Operating Systems:
-%
-\begin{innerlist}
- \item Microsoft Windows family, Ubuntu, ArchLinux, and other UNIX variations
- \item[$\circ$] Also Proxmox and OpenVZ
-\end{innerlist}
-
-%\halfblankline
-
-%Mathematics:
-%%
-%\begin{innerlist}
-% \item Logic, Lambda Calculus, Graph Theory, Calculus, Complex Numbers, Trigonometry, Vectors, Matrices
-%\end{innerlist}
-
-%\section{Interests and Hobbies}
-%
-%\begin{loneinnerlist}
-% \item Creative Writing
-% \item Photography
-% \item Cooking
-%\end{loneinnerlist}
-
-% Add a little space to nudge next ``Interests and Hobbies'' marginpar
-% down to make room for tall ``Interests and Hobbies are''
-% marginpar.
-%\vspace{0.1in}
-%\section{References}
-
-%Available upon request. Otherwise, see:\\
-%\url{http://hans.viessmann.co/?page=references}.
-
-% Add a little space to nudge next ``More Information'' marginpar
-% down to make room for tall ``References Available to Contact''
-% marginpar.
-%\vspace{0.1in}
-\section{More Information}
-
-More information and auxiliary documents can be found at:
-\begin{innerlist}
- \item[+] \url{http://hans.viessmann.co/}
- \item[+] \url{http://www.linkedin.com/in/hansviessmann}
-\end{innerlist}
-
-%\url{http://projects.viessmann.co/} or\\
-% A bit of a hack to get the supid tilde both as the actual URL, and
-% also as a printed URL
-%\href{http://www2.macs.hw.ac.uk/~hv15}{\nolinkurl{http://www2.macs.hw.ac.uk/~hv15}}.
-
-\end{document}
-
-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% End CV Document %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
-
-%----------------------------------------------------------------------%
-% The following is copyright and licensing information for
-% redistribution of this LaTeX source code; it also includes a liability
-% statement. If this source code is not being redistributed to others,
-% it may be omitted. It has no effect on the function of the above code.
-%----------------------------------------------------------------------%
-% Copyright (c) 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 by Theodore P. Pavlic
-% Copyright (c) 2012 by Hans-Nikolai Viessmann
-%
-% Unless otherwise expressly stated, this work is licensed under the
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-% view a copy of this license, visit
-% http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/us/ or send a letter to
-% Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco,
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-%
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-% OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF
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-% TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE
-% SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
-%----------------------------------------------------------------------%
+%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
+%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Simple LaTeX CV Template %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
+%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
+
+%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
+%% NOTE: If you find that it says %%
+%% %%
+%% 1 of ?? %%
+%% %%
+%% at the bottom of your first page, this means that the AUX file %%
+%% was not available when you ran LaTeX on this source. Simply RERUN %%
+%% LaTeX to get the ``??'' replaced with the number of the last page %%
+%% of the document. The AUX file will be generated on the first run %%
+%% of LaTeX and used on the second run to fill in all of the %%
+%% references. %%
+%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
+
+%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Document Setup %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
+
+% Don't like 10pt? Try 11pt or 12pt
+\documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{article}
+
+% The automated optical recognition software used to digitize resume
+% information works best with fonts that do not have serifs. This
+% command uses a sans serif font throughout. Uncomment both lines (or at
+% least the second) to restore a Roman font (i.e., a font with serifs).
+%\usepackage{times}
+\usepackage[scaled=0.9]{helvet}
+%\usepackage{dejavu}
+%\usepackage{uarial} % not installed/not found
+%\usepackage{avant} % thick and hard to read with multiple lines
+%\usepackage[widespace]{fourier}
+\renewcommand{\familydefault}{\sfdefault}
+
+
+% The OCR software also has a hard time with italics. These commands get
+% rid of the two common ways to italicize text in LaTeX. Get rid of them
+% to turn italics back on.
+\renewcommand\emph[1]{#1}
+\renewcommand\textit[1]{#1}
+\renewcommand\textsl[1]{#1}
+
+% This is a helpful package that puts math inside length specifications
+\usepackage{calc}
+
+% Better margin notes, to make sections work correctly without fear of
+% the margins jumping
+\usepackage{mparhack}
+
+% Better underlineing system
+\usepackage{soul}
+\setuloverlap{0pt}
+
+% 8-bit font usage
+\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
+
+% For the various TEX logos
+\usepackage{hologo}
+
+% Layout: Puts the section titles on left side of page
+\reversemarginpar
+
+%
+% PAPER SIZE, PAGE NUMBER, AND DOCUMENT LAYOUT NOTES:
+%
+% The next \usepackage line changes the layout for CV style section
+% headings as marginal notes. It also sets up the paper size as either
+% letter or A4. By default, letter was used. If A4 paper is desired,
+% comment out the letterpaper lines and uncomment the a4paper lines.
+%
+% As you can see, the margin widths and section title widths can be
+% easily adjusted.
+%
+% ALSO: Notice that the includefoot option can be commented OUT in order
+% to put the PAGE NUMBER *IN* the bottom margin. This will make the
+% effective text area larger.
+%
+% IF YOU WISH TO REMOVE THE ``of LASTPAGE'' next to each page number,
+% see the note about the +LP and -LP lines below. Comment out the +LP
+% and uncomment the -LP.
+%
+% IF YOU WISH TO REMOVE PAGE NUMBERS, be sure that the includefoot line
+% is uncommented and ALSO uncomment the \pagestyle{empty} a few lines
+% below.
+%
+
+%% Use these lines for letter-sized paper
+%\usepackage[paper=letterpaper,
+% %includefoot, % Uncomment to put page number above margin
+% marginparwidth=1.2in, % Length of section titles
+% marginparsep=.05in, % Space between titles and text
+% margin=1in, % 1 inch margins
+% includemp]{geometry}
+
+%% Use these lines for A4-sized paper
+\usepackage[a4paper,
+ pdftex,
+ showframe=false,
+ %includefoot, % Uncomment to put page number above margin
+ marginparwidth=32mm, % Length of section titles
+ marginparsep=1mm, % Space between titles and text
+ margin=25mm, % 25mm margins
+ includemp]{geometry}
+
+%% More layout: Get rid of indenting throughout entire document
+\setlength{\parindent}{0in}
+
+\usepackage[shortlabels]{enumitem}
+
+% Simpler bibsections for CV sections
+% (thanks to natbib for inspiration)
+%
+% * For lists of references with hanging indents and no numbers:
+%
+% \begin{bibsection}
+% \item ...
+% \end{bibsection}
+%
+% * For numbered lists of references (with hanging indents):
+%
+% \begin{bibenum}
+% \item ...
+% \end{bibenum}
+%
+% Note that bibenum numbers continuously throughout. To reset the
+% counter, use
+%
+% \restartlist{bibenum}
+%
+% at the place where you want the numbering to reset.
+
+\makeatletter
+\newlength{\bibhang}
+\setlength{\bibhang}{1em}
+\newlength{\bibsep}
+ {\@listi \global\bibsep\itemsep \global\advance\bibsep by\parsep}
+\newlist{bibsection}{itemize}{3}
+\setlist[bibsection]{label=,leftmargin=\bibhang,%
+ itemindent=-\bibhang,
+ itemsep=\bibsep,parsep=\z@,partopsep=0pt,
+ topsep=0pt}
+\newlist{bibenum}{enumerate}{3}
+\setlist[bibenum]{label=[\arabic*],resume,leftmargin={\bibhang+\widthof{[999]}},%
+ itemindent=-\bibhang,
+ itemsep=\bibsep,parsep=\z@,partopsep=0pt,
+ topsep=0pt}
+\let\oldendbibenum\endbibenum
+\def\endbibenum{\oldendbibenum\vspace{-.6\baselineskip}}
+\let\oldendbibsection\endbibsection
+\def\endbibsection{\oldendbibsection\vspace{-.6\baselineskip}}
+\makeatother
+
+%%% Setup header and footer (with page number and possible last page)
+%
+% The first block sets up pages 2--end
+% The second block sets up page 1 formatting
+%
+%%%
+%
+% NOTE: comment the +LP lines and uncomment the -LP lines to have page
+% numbers without the ``of ##'' last page reference)
+%
+% NOTE: uncomment the \pagestyle{empty} line to get rid of all page
+% numbers on pages 2--end. To get rid of page numbers on page 1,
+% comment out the \thispagestyle{plain} line on the first page
+% below.
+% (also make sure includefoot is commented out above)
+%
+\usepackage{fancyhdr,lastpage}
+\setlength{\headheight}{15pt}
+\pagestyle{fancy}
+%\pagestyle{empty} % Uncomment this to get rid of page numbers
+\fancyhf{}\renewcommand{\headrulewidth}{0pt}
+\fancyfootoffset{\marginparsep+\marginparwidth}
+\newlength{\footpageshift}
+\setlength{\footpageshift}
+ {0.5\textwidth+0.5\marginparsep+0.5\marginparwidth-2in}
+
+%%%% PAGES 2--9 NUMBERING:
+%% These two lines put page number in upper-right corner of pages 2--end
+\rhead{Viessmann, p.~\arabic{page} of \protect\pageref*{LastPage}} % +LP
+%\rhead{Pavlic, p.~\arabic{page}} % -LP
+
+%% These lines put page number in bottom (center) of pages 2--end
+%\lfoot{\hspace{\footpageshift}%
+% \parbox{4in}{\, \hfill %
+% \arabic{page} of \protect\pageref*{LastPage} % +LP
+%% \arabic{page} % -LP
+% \hfill \,}}
+%%%% END PAGE 2--9 NUMBERING
+
+%%%% PAGE 1 NUMBERING:
+\makeatletter
+\let\oldps@plain\ps@plain
+\renewcommand{\ps@plain}{\oldps@plain%
+\renewcommand{\@evenfoot}{\hspace*{-\footpageshift}\hfil %
+ p.~\arabic{page} of \protect\pageref*{LastPage} % +LP
+% p.~\arabic{page} % -LP
+ \hfil}%
+\renewcommand{\@oddfoot}{\@evenfoot}}
+\makeatother
+%%%% END PAGE 1 NUMBERING
+
+% Finally, give us PDF bookmarks and colored links
+%
+% NOTE: Some OCR software might be negatively affected by hyperlinks. So
+% most employers recommend the draft option here. Alternatively,
+% making all links black (as opposed to darkblue) should hopefully
+% prevent problems with most OCR.
+%
+% (to enable hyperlinks and bookmarks, comment out ``draft'' line;
+% to disable hyperlinks and bookmarks, uncomment ``draft'' line)
+\usepackage{color,}
+\usepackage[pdftex,
+ pdfauthor={Hans-Nikolai Viessmann},
+ pdftitle={Curriculum Vitae},
+ pdfsubject={History of education and work experience}]{hyperref}
+\definecolor{darkblue}{rgb}{0.0,0.0,0.3}
+\hypersetup{breaklinks,hidelinks,
+% linkcolor=black,urlcolor=black,
+% anchorcolor=black,citecolor=black
+ %draft
+ }
+
+%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% End Document Setup %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
+
+
+%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Helper Commands %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
+
+%%% HEADING AT TOP OF CURRICULUM VITAE
+
+% The title (name) with a horizontal rule under it
+% (optional argument typesets an object right-justified across from name
+% as well)
+%
+% Usage: \makeheading{name}
+% OR
+% \makeheading[right_object]{name}
+%
+% Place at top of document. It should be the first thing.
+% If ``right_object'' is provided in the square-braced optional
+% argument, it will be right justified on the same line as ``name'' at
+% the top of the CV. For example:
+%
+% \makeheading[\emph{Curriculum vitae}]{Your Name}
+%
+% will put an emphasized ``Curriculum vitae'' at the top of the document
+% as a title. Likewise, a picture could be included:
+%
+% \makeheading[\includegraphics[height=1.5in]{my_picutre}]{Your Name}
+%
+% the picture will be flush right across from the name.
+\newcommand{\makeheading}[2][]{
+ \hspace*{-\marginparsep minus \marginparwidth}%
+ \begin{minipage}[t]{\textwidth+\marginparwidth+\marginparsep}%
+ {\large \bfseries #2 \hfill #1}\\[-0.15\baselineskip]%
+ \rule{\columnwidth}{1pt}%
+ \end{minipage}
+}
+
+%%% SECTION HEADINGS
+
+% The section headings. Flush left in small caps down pseudo-margin.
+%
+% Usage: \section{section name}
+\renewcommand{\section}[1]{\pagebreak[3]%
+ \vspace{1\baselineskip}%
+ \phantomsection\addcontentsline{toc}{section}{#1}%
+% \leavevmode\marginpar{\noindent\scshape\hyphenpenalty=10000\raggedright #1}
+ \leavevmode\marginpar{
+ \noindent\scshape
+ \begin{minipage}[t]{\marginparwidth}
+ \hyphenpenalty=10000\raggedright #1
+ \end{minipage}
+ }%
+% \noindent\llap{\scshape\smash{\parbox[t]{\marginparwidth}{\hyphenpenalty=10000\raggedright #1}}}%
+ \vspace{-\baselineskip}\par
+}
+
+% The subsection heading. Flush left in small font small caps down pseudo-margin.
+%
+% Usage: \subsection{subsection name}
+\renewcommand{\subsection}[1]{\pagebreak[3]%
+ \vspace{1\baselineskip}%
+ \phantomsection\addcontentsline{toc}{subsection}{#1}%
+% \leavevmode\marginpar{\hfill\noindent\small\scshape\parbox[t]{\marginparwidth-3mm}{\hyphenpenalty=10000\raggedright #1}}
+ \leavevmode\marginpar{
+ \hfill\noindent\small\scshape
+ \begin{minipage}[t]{\marginparwidth-3mm}
+ \hyphenpenalty=10000\raggedright #1
+ \end{minipage}
+ }%
+% \noindent\llap{\small\scshape\smash{\parbox[t]{\marginparwidth-10mm}{\hyphenpenalty=10000\raggedright #1}}}%
+ \vspace{-\baselineskip}\par
+}
+
+%%% LISTS
+
+% This macro alters a list by removing some of the space that follows the list
+% (is used by lists below)
+\newcommand*\fixendlist[1]{%
+ \expandafter\let\csname preFixEndListend#1\expandafter\endcsname\csname end#1\endcsname
+ \expandafter\def\csname end#1\endcsname{\csname preFixEndListend#1\endcsname\vspace{-0.6\baselineskip}}}
+
+% These macros help ensure that items in outer-type lists do not get
+% separated from the next line by a page break
+% (they are used by lists below)
+\let\originalItem\item
+\newcommand*\fixouterlist[1]{%
+ \expandafter\let\csname preFixOuterList#1\expandafter\endcsname\csname #1\endcsname
+ \expandafter\def\csname #1\endcsname{\csname preFixOuterList#1\endcsname\let\oldItem\item\def\item{\pagebreak[2]\oldItem}}
+ \expandafter\let\csname preFixOuterListend#1\expandafter\endcsname\csname end#1\endcsname
+ \expandafter\def\csname end#1\endcsname{\let\item\oldItem\csname preFixOuterListend#1\endcsname}}
+\newcommand*\fixinnerlist[1]{%
+ \expandafter\let\csname preFixInnerList#1\expandafter\endcsname\csname #1\endcsname
+ \expandafter\def\csname #1\endcsname{\let\oldItem\item\let\item\originalItem\csname preFixInnerList#1\endcsname}
+ \expandafter\let\csname preFixInnerListend#1\expandafter\endcsname\csname end#1\endcsname
+ \expandafter\def\csname end#1\endcsname{\csname preFixInnerListend#1\endcsname\let\item\oldItem}}
+
+% An itemize-style list with lots of space between items
+%
+% Usage:
+% \begin{outerlist}
+% \item ... % (or \item[] for no bullet)
+% \end{outerlist}
+\newlist{outerlist}{itemize}{3}
+ \setlist[outerlist]{label=\enskip\textbullet,leftmargin=*}
+ \fixendlist{outerlist}
+ \fixouterlist{outerlist}
+
+% An environment IDENTICAL to outerlist that has better pre-list spacing
+% when used as the first thing in a \section
+%
+% Usage:
+% \begin{lonelist}
+% \item ... % (or \item[] for no bullet)
+% \end{lonelist}
+\newlist{lonelist}{itemize}{3}
+ \setlist[lonelist]{label=\enskip\textbullet,leftmargin=*,partopsep=0pt,topsep=0pt}
+ \fixendlist{lonelist}
+ \fixouterlist{lonelist}
+
+% An itemize-style list with little space between items
+%
+% Usage:
+% \begin{innerlist}
+% \item ... % (or \item[] for no bullet)
+% \end{innerlist}
+\newlist{innerlist}{itemize}{3}
+ \setlist[innerlist]{label=\enskip\textbullet,leftmargin=*,parsep=0pt,itemsep=0pt,topsep=0pt,partopsep=0pt}
+ \fixinnerlist{innerlist}
+
+% An environment IDENTICAL to innerlist that has better pre-list spacing
+% when used as the first thing in a \section
+%
+% Usage:
+% \begin{loneinnerlist}
+% \item ... % (or \item[] for no bullet)
+% \end{loneinnerlist}
+\newlist{loneinnerlist}{itemize}{3}
+ \setlist[loneinnerlist]{label=\enskip\textbullet,leftmargin=*,parsep=0pt,itemsep=0pt,topsep=0pt,partopsep=0pt}
+ \fixendlist{loneinnerlist}
+ \fixinnerlist{loneinnerlist}
+
+%%% EXTRA SPACE
+
+% To add some paragraph space between lines.
+% This also tells LaTeX to preferably break a page on one of these gaps
+% if there is a needed pagebreak nearby.
+\newcommand{\blankline}{\quad\pagebreak[3]}
+\newcommand{\halfblankline}{\quad\vspace{-0.5\baselineskip}\pagebreak[3]}
+
+%%% FORMATTING MACROS
+
+% Uses hyperref to link DOI
+\newcommand\doilink[1]{\href{http://dx.doi.org/#1}{#1}}
+\newcommand\doi[1]{doi:\doilink{#1}}
+
+% For \url{SOME_URL}, links SOME_URL to the url SOME_URL
+\providecommand*\url[1]{\href{#1}{#1}}
+% Same as above, but pretty-prints SOME_URL in teletype fixed-width font
+\renewcommand*\url[1]{\href{#1}{\texttt{#1}}}
+
+% For \email{ADDRESS}, links ADDRESS to the url mailto:ADDRESS
+\providecommand*\email[1]{\href{mailto:#1}{#1}}
+% Same as above, but pretty-prints ADDRESS in teletype fixed-width font
+%\renewcommand*\email[1]{\href{mailto:#1}{\texttt{#1}}}
+
+%\providecommand\BibTeX{{\rm B\kern-.05em{\sc i\kern-.025em b}\kern-.08em
+% T\kern-.1667em\lower.7ex\hbox{E}\kern-.125emX}}
+%\providecommand\BibTeX{{\rm B\kern-.05em{\sc i\kern-.025em b}\kern-.08em
+% \TeX}}
+\providecommand\BibTeX{{B\kern-.05em{\sc i\kern-.025em b}\kern-.08em
+ \TeX}}
+\providecommand\Matlab{\textsc{Matlab}}
+
+% Custom hyphenation rules for words that LaTeX has trouble with
+\hyphenation{bio-mim-ic-ry bio-in-spi-ra-tion re-us-a-ble pro-vid-er}
+
+%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% End Helper Commands %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
+
+%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Begin CV Document %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
+
+\begin{document}
+\thispagestyle{plain}
+\makeheading[Curriculum Vitae]{Hans-Nikolai~Viessmann}
+
+\section{Contact Information}
+
+% NOTE: Mind where the & separators and \\ breaks are in the following
+% table. Table is one row made up of three parboxes. The left
+% parbox has address info, the middle parbox has a vertical bar,
+% and the right parbox has phone and electronic contact
+% information.
+%
+% MACROS: \rcollength is the width of the right column of the table
+% (adjust it to your liking; default is 1.85in).
+% \spacewidth is width of area between left and right boxes.
+% \lineheight is the height of the vertical bar seperating the
+% left and right columns
+%
+\newlength{\rcollength}\setlength{\rcollength}{2.30in}%
+\newlength{\spacewidth}\setlength{\spacewidth}{15pt}
+\newlength{\lineheight}\setlength{\lineheight}{0.7in}
+%
+\begin{tabular}[t]{@{}p{\textwidth-\rcollength-\spacewidth}@{}p{\spacewidth}@{}p{\rcollength}}%
+
+ % Address box
+ \begin{minipage}[t]{\textwidth-\rcollength-\spacewidth}%
+ % Columbastr. 1\\
+ % 79292 Pfaffenweiler\\
+ % Germany
+ 27/28 Brunswick Road\\
+ Edinburgh\\
+ EH7 5GX\\
+ United Kingdom
+ \end{minipage}
+ % Vertical bar to seperate parboxes
+ & % This isn't working for some reason
+% \begin{minipage}[t]{\spacewidth}%
+% \centering \rule{0.75pt}{\lineheight}
+% \end{minipage}
+ &
+ % Non-snail-mail contact information
+ \begin{minipage}[t]{\rcollength}%
+ Mobile: \href{tel:00447747329896}{+44 7747 329896}\\
+ % DE Mobile: \href{tel:004915156896688}{+49 151 56896688}\\
+ E-mail: \email{hans@viessmann.co}\\
+ Web: \href{http://hans.viessmann.co/}{hans.viessmann.co}
+ \end{minipage}
+
+\end{tabular}
+
+%%
+%% In modern CV's, it seems like ``Objective'' is frowned upon. Instead,
+%% incorporate it into a well-constructed cover letter. The ``More
+%% information'' can go at the end of the CV, but it should not distract
+%% from the section giving references available to contact.
+%%
+%
+% \section{Objective}
+%
+% Full-time position that allows for advanced research in electrical and
+% computer engineering (communications, control, software, electronics,
+% and sustainability), with a particular focus on complex distributed
+% systems (i.e., modeling, analysis, design, and verification)
+% \begin{innerlist}
+% \item For more information, see \url{http://www.tedpavlic.com/engjobsearch/}
+% \end{innerlist}
+
+%\section{Qualifications}
+% Object-oriented programming, software design, website design, PHP applications,
+% MySQL database management, computer systems management, data structures,
+% computational algorithms, software development, mathematics
+
+%\section{Availability}
+%
+%\begin{loneinnerlist}
+% \item Start time is negotiable; may be possible to start immediately
+% \item Geographic location is flexible, but there is preference
+% for Tempe, AZ
+%\end{loneinnerlist}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+\section{Citizenship}
+German
+
+\section{Languages}
+English and German
+%\begin{loneinnerlist}
+% \item English
+% \item German
+%\end{loneinnerlist}
+
+\section{Education}
+
+\href{http://www.hw.ac.uk/}{\textbf{Heriot-Watt University}},
+Edinburgh, UK
+\begin{outerlist}
+ \item[] B.Sc. Hon.,
+ \href{http://www.undergraduate.hw.ac.uk/programmes/G400/}{Computer Science}
+ \hfill \textbf{September 2010 to present}
+ \begin{innerlist}
+ \item[-] 1\textsuperscript{st} Year, 70\% with Merit
+ \item[-] 2\textsuperscript{nd} Year, 68\%
+ \item[-] 3\textsuperscript{rd} Year, 70\% (\textit{expected})
+ \end{innerlist}
+ \item[] Material:
+ \begin{innerlist}
+ \item Software Design (UML, Project Management, Formal Specification)
+ \item Database Management (MySQL, PHPMyAdmin, InnoDB)
+ \item Data Structures (Sorting, Hashtables, and others)
+ \item Programming Languages (PHP, Java, C, Assembly)
+ \item[$\circ$] and others
+ \end{innerlist}
+ \item[] Extracurricular Activity
+ \begin{innerlist}
+ \item \href{http://groupspaces.com/hwdebates/}{HW Debating Society}
+ \item HW Computer Society
+ \item HW Anime Society
+ \end{innerlist}
+\end{outerlist}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+\href{http://www.isbasel.ch/}{\textbf{International School of Basel}},
+Basel, CH
+\begin{outerlist}
+ \item[] Diploma,
+ \href{http://www.ibo.org/diploma/}{International Baccalaureate}
+ \hfill \textbf{2006 to 2010}
+ \begin{innerlist}
+ \item[-] Score: 29
+ \end{innerlist}
+ \begin{tabular}[t]{@{}p{\textwidth-\rcollength-1.5in}@{}p{\rcollength-1in}@{}p{\rcollength}}%
+
+ % Higher Level
+ \begin{minipage}[t]{\rcollength-1.25in}%
+ \item[] Higher Level
+ \begin{innerlist}
+ \item Economics
+ \item Physics
+ \item Mathematics
+ \end{innerlist}
+ \end{minipage}
+ &
+ % Standard Level
+ \begin{minipage}[t]{\rcollength-1.25in}%
+ \item[] Standard Level
+ \begin{innerlist}
+ \item English
+ \item German B
+ \item World Politics
+ \end{innerlist}
+ \end{minipage}
+ &
+ % Additional work done
+ \begin{minipage}[t]{\rcollength}
+ \item[] Additional
+ \begin{innerlist}
+ \item Theory of Knowledge
+ \item Extended Essay (\textit{Topic:} Botnets)
+ \end{innerlist}
+ \end{minipage}
+
+ \end{tabular}
+ \item[] Extracurricular Activity
+ \begin{innerlist}
+ \item Drama Society, worked as the lighting and sound technician
+ \item Sports Photographer for several sports tournaments
+ \item \href{http://en.young-enterprise.ch/}{Young Enterprise Switzerland}, established a company
+ \end{innerlist}
+\end{outerlist}
+
+%\halfblankline
+
+\section{Work Experience}
+
+\href{http://www.techfixuk.com}{\textbf{TECHFIX Ltd.}},
+Edinburgh, UK
+\hfill{\small IT repair and servicing business}
+\begin{outerlist}
+ \item[] Voluntary work as a PC Engineer
+ \hfill \textbf{January 2012 to present}
+ \begin{tabular}[t]{@{}p{\textwidth-\rcollength-1in}@{}p{\rcollength+\spacewidth}}%
+
+ % Responsibilities
+ \begin{minipage}[t]{\textwidth-\rcollength-\spacewidth}%
+ \item[] Responsibilities:
+ \begin{innerlist}
+ \item Web server management
+ \end{innerlist}
+ \end{minipage}
+ &
+ % Experience
+ \begin{minipage}[t]{\rcollength+0.25in}%
+ \item[] Skills Learned:
+ \begin{innerlist}
+ \item GNU/Linux and associated applications
+ \item Networking and the Internet
+ \end{innerlist}
+ \end{minipage}
+
+ \end{tabular}
+\end{outerlist}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+\section{Projects}
+
+%\href{http://code.google.com/p/robotsoc-app/}{\textbf{University Timetable Mobile App}}
+%\hfill \textbf{2011 to present}
+
+%\halfblankline
+
+%This project is being done through the \href{http://www.robotsoc.co.uk/}{Heriot-Watt Robotics Society} as a group
+%\begin{outerlist}
+% \item An ongoing project to consolidate all University timetables into a single and simple to use application, that is accessible from both the Internet and smart-phones.
+% \item[$\circ$] I am responsible for the user interface and database design
+%\end{outerlist}
+
+\href{http://www.macs.hw.ac.uk/~monica/GroupProject/}{\textbf{University Group Project}}
+\hfill \textbf{September 2012 to present}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+Group based work to design and create a web-application to manage a Sport Centre's events and tournaments. The project was designed to mimic an actual company with customers and competition. (Year-long project still underway)
+\begin{innerlist}
+ %\item[] This is a year-long project required by my degree that is still \textit{underway}
+ \item The application uses \href{http://codeigniter.com/}{CodeIgniter framework} and \href{http://jquery.com/}{JQuery} with \href{http://editor.datatables.net/}{plug-ins}
+ \item[+] Group page at \url{http://4wardthinking.info/}
+ \item[+] Project page at \url{http://dev.4wardthinking.info/}
+\end{innerlist}
+
+
+\halfblankline
+
+\href{http://code.google.com/p/werecycle/}{\textbf{WeRecycle}}
+\hfill \textbf{September 2012}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+Working in a team, I helped to create a web-application to help locate recycling points throughout Scotland.
+%A few colleges and I joined in on the project as part of a competition set by the university. The goal was to provide detailed information on recyclables and recycling points nearby and thus help the community. It now however is in further development into a commercial service.
+The following was done:
+\begin{innerlist}
+ \item Collected data of recycling points in Scotland
+ \item Creation of a web application, \href{www.recyclefinder.co.uk}{RecycleFinder}, in PHP using \href{http://codeigniter.com/}{CodeIgniter framework}
+ \item \href{https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.recyclefinder.recyclefinder}{Android application} using \href{http://developer.android.com/reference/android/webkit/WebView.html}{\texttt{WebView}}
+ \item Project page at \url{http://werecycle.googlecode.com/}
+\end{innerlist}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+\href{https://bitbucket.org/hv15/crushquiz}{\textbf{MACSQuiz}}
+\hfill \textbf{March 2012}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+This project was begun by a few of my fellow classmates and myself to create a community-based quiz game that could be played from any device connected to the internet.
+%The \href{http://www.macs.hw.ac.uk/}{Heriot-Watt Mathematics and Computer Science Department} became involved as a result of our implementing the system within the university.
+\begin{innerlist}
+ \item PHP and JavaScript implemented system using Google's Fusion Tables for question/answer data
+ \item Final product at \url{http://www.macsquiz.co.uk/}
+ \item[$\circ$] I was responsible for the login system, including timeouts and registration
+\end{innerlist}
+
+\section{University Coursework}
+
+\textbf{Individual Coursework}
+\begin{innerlist}
+ \item Dynamic and static analysis of a Java program to check for complexity and error possibility
+ \item Over several lab sessions I created a syntax analyzer, interpreter, and C-code generator for a made up programming language
+ \item Using an ARM processor simulator, I wrote small applications in assembly to reorganize arrays and do calculations (such as square-roots)
+ \item Using Python, I implemented a mathematical sets expression interpretor and evaluator (\textit{ongoing})
+\end{innerlist}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+\textbf{Group Coursework}
+\begin{innerlist}
+% \item Design and create a web-application to manage a Sport Centre's events and tournaments
+ \item Designed and created a MySQL database to represent a commercial grocery delivery service, later the database was transformed into XML with a schema and rendered using XSLT and XPath
+% \begin{innerlist}
+% \item[$\circ$] I was responsible for the XML and the schema. I wrote the schema such that entities (e.g. Customer) would be related to other entities (e.g. Order)
+% \end{innerlist}
+ \item Created an articulated model of an animal using C and OpenGL
+\end{innerlist}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+Further university related projects and coursework can be found at:
+\begin{innerlist}
+ %% Small hack to get '~' displayed and implemented in the url using the \nolinkurl function from hyperref package
+ \item[+] \href{http://www2.macs.hw.ac.uk/~hv15/?access=projects}{\nolinkurl{http://www2.macs.hw.ac.uk/~hv15/?access=projects}}
+\end{innerlist}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+Other projects can be found at
+\begin{innerlist}
+ \item[+] \url{http://bitbucket.org/hv15}
+ \item[+] \url{http://github.com/hv15}
+\end{innerlist}
+
+\section{Skills}
+
+Information/Internet Technology:
+%
+\begin{innerlist}
+ \item Server management (mainly GNU/Linux systems)
+% \item Network management (routing and
+ \item Web services (WHM/cPanel, Apache, MySQL)
+% \item Media (FFmpeg, Libav, x264)
+\end{innerlist}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+Programming:
+%
+\begin{innerlist}
+ \item C, PHP, Python, Java, Shell scripting (\texttt{bash}), Assembly, and others
+ \item GNU \texttt{make}, GNU \texttt{gcc} and \texttt{gdb}, Eclipse, and others
+ \item \texttt{git} version control
+\end{innerlist}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+Productivity Applications:
+%
+\begin{innerlist}
+ \item The most common productivity application (for Windows, OS X, and Linux platforms), \hologo{(La)TeX}, and VIM
+\end{innerlist}
+
+\halfblankline
+
+Operating Systems:
+%
+\begin{innerlist}
+ \item Microsoft Windows family, Ubuntu, ArchLinux, and other UNIX variations
+ \item[$\circ$] Also Proxmox and OpenVZ
+\end{innerlist}
+
+%\halfblankline
+
+%Mathematics:
+%%
+%\begin{innerlist}
+% \item Logic, Lambda Calculus, Graph Theory, Calculus, Complex Numbers, Trigonometry, Vectors, Matrices
+%\end{innerlist}
+
+%\section{Interests and Hobbies}
+%
+%\begin{loneinnerlist}
+% \item Creative Writing
+% \item Photography
+% \item Cooking
+%\end{loneinnerlist}
+
+% Add a little space to nudge next ``Interests and Hobbies'' marginpar
+% down to make room for tall ``Interests and Hobbies are''
+% marginpar.
+%\vspace{0.1in}
+%\section{References}
+
+%Available upon request. Otherwise, see:\\
+%\url{http://hans.viessmann.co/?page=references}.
+
+% Add a little space to nudge next ``More Information'' marginpar
+% down to make room for tall ``References Available to Contact''
+% marginpar.
+%\vspace{0.1in}
+\section{More Information}
+
+More information and auxiliary documents can be found at:
+\begin{innerlist}
+ \item[+] \url{http://hans.viessmann.co/}
+ \item[+] \url{http://www.linkedin.com/in/hansviessmann}
+\end{innerlist}
+
+%\url{http://projects.viessmann.co/} or\\
+% A bit of a hack to get the supid tilde both as the actual URL, and
+% also as a printed URL
+%\href{http://www2.macs.hw.ac.uk/~hv15}{\nolinkurl{http://www2.macs.hw.ac.uk/~hv15}}.
+
+\end{document}
+
+%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% End CV Document %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
+
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