Peter Wildfeuer

Peter Wildfeuer

New York, NY, US



I have a Bachelors of Science in Physics with a minor in Civil Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. I am currently pursuing my M.Arch degree at the University of Pennsylvania. I hope to have a career in design, working for a multidisciplinary design firm or think tank. I have a passion for knowledge, and what matters most to me is finding myself in a position where there is always something to learn or an assumption to challenge.


Johns Hopkins University: Civil Engineering Department, Baltimore, MD, US, Research Assistant

Conducted research for Professor Judith Mitrani-Reiser on the topic of Soil Liquefaction
Reported on my findings in a final paper for the Civil Engineering Department

May 2010 - May 2011

Johns Hopkins University: Physics Department, Baltimore, MD, US, Research Assistant

Researched and designed new ways of fabricating thin aluminum superconductive films under Professor Nina Markovic.

Presented My findings to post-grads, professors and other experts monthly.

Learned how to use multiple tools to solve various issues that would arise in a field I was unfamiliar with.

May 2009 - May 2011

Ralph O'connor Recreation Center, Baltimore, MD, US, Facility Manager

Manager of the O’connor Recreation Center during all evening, night, and weekend hours. Responsible for security and all safety procedures.

Managed and worked with multiple employees during each of my shifts.

Jun 2009 - Sep 2010


University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, US, MArch, Architecture

May 2012 - current

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, US, Bachelors, Physics

Sep 2007 - May 2011


T.C Chan Design Competition, 3rd Place

Won a design competition that challenged the designer to modify an already built skyscraper in Hong Kong with the intention of increasing the building's efficiency and sustainability. I worked in a team of three students at the University of Pennsylvania.


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