Basically, the Concise English Grammar for Foreign Students
(Longman, 1961) points out the following:
experience with something (I have experience with translation)
Experience in doing things (I have a lot of experience in working with children)
Examples regarding experience in
-She has a great deal of experience in introducing
new products to international markets.
-She's experienced in translating
Latin to Greek.
-She has years of experience in the computer industry
Examples regarding experience with
-I have a lot of experience with children
-I have experience with sales and marketing
-It was her first experience with people
from another culture.
I haven't found any reference for experience on
within grammar textbooks, though I think the pattern is experience on a place
or experience on a field
. I would avoid this one. But here are some examples anyway:
-I gained a lot of experience on the production side of the radio shows.
-Mr Marko Taponen has experience on mobile software development.
-It is increasingly important that DMU students and graduates have experience on their CV.