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Researchers studying data from NASA's Cassini mission have observed that Saturn's largest moon, Titan, behaves much like Venus, Mars or a comet when exposed to the raw power of the solar wind. The observations suggest that unmagnetized bodies like Titan might interact with the solar wind in the same basic ways, regardless of their nature or distance from the sun. Titan is large enough that it could be considered a planet if it orbited the sun on its own, and a flyby of the giant m...
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     Date Submitted:28-04-2009
     Last Modified:03-05-2009 (04:40)
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     Current job:General Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsHEAD QUALITY ASSUARNCE
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    PERSONAL DETAILS
    Gender: Male
    Date of Birth: 12 December 1956
    Place of Birth: Solapur (Maharashtra, India)
    Current Age: 52 Years

    EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION
    Doctor of Philosophy July 1998
    Indian Institute of Technology (IIT – Bombay)
    • Thesis on “Kinetics of outgassing of spacecraft payload materials”
    • Configuration of experimental set up of outgassing evaluation of payload materials
    • The setup has been operational since last twelve years without any major maintenance.
    Master of Technology (Metallurgical Engineering) October 1981
    Indian Institute of Technology (IIT – Bombay)
    • Undertook specialist metallurgical subjects including:
    Foundry Metallurgy, Materials Science, Thermodynamics of Metallurgical systems, Corrosion process and control, X-Ray and Electron Metallography and Non-destructive testing.
    • Undertook the project on Hard Gold Plating”
    Bachelor of Engineering (Metallurgy) April 1979
    University of Poona (Pune University)
    • Undertook various metallurigical subjects including:
    Structural Metallurgy, Ferrous Metallurgy, Experimental techniques in metallurgy

    EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
    􀂙 Indian Register of Shipping (IRS) 7 Sept ’06 – till date
    General Manager (Gujarat & Rajasthan)
    • Third-party inspection of industrial materials and marine parts
    • Cross-country pipeline inspection for IOCL (Jaipur)
    • Third-party inspection for Cairn Energy Project at Suvali, Reliance Industries LTD
    • Welder qualification for various industries
    • Management and co-ordination of jobs in Gujarat and Rajasthan region for IRS operations.
    􀂙 Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) 22 July ‘82 – 1 Sept ‘06
    Division Head – Electrochemical and Materials Quality Division (EMQD)
    • Selection of materials and outlining specifications for the development of satellite payload
    • Evaluation of materials for thermal expansion, viscosity, mechanical strength, magnetic properties, outgassing properties, elemental chemical analysis etc.
    • Performing non-destructive testing of materials
    • Development of ‘State of the Art’ materials test facilities and ensuring its successful operation
    􀂙 Indian Institute of technology (IIT – Bombay) 27 Jan ’81 – 21 July ‘82
    Senior Research Assistant – Advanced Centre for Research in Electronics
    • Gold-plating for microwave integrated circuits used in development of high-power phase shifter for defense applications

    INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS
    1.“Collected Volatile condensable mass loss using Quartz Crystal Microbalance technique” (September 1997)
    Author: Rajeev Vaghmare
    Published at 27th Vacuum Microbalance Technique conference (Lubin, Poland)
    2.“Vacuum, Microbalance technique for outgassing evaluation of space worthy materials” (Sepetember 1996)
    Author: Rajeev Vaghmare
    Published at 25th Vacuum Microbalance Technique conference (Seigen, Germany)
    3.“Soft X-Ray radiography of non-destructive evaluation of payload electronics” (March 1996)
    Author: Rajeev Vaghmare
    Published at ASNT conference (Virginia, USA)
    4.“Non destructive evaluation of stresses within AISI 304 Stainless Steel Fasteners – A Magnetometric approach”(October 1995)
    Co-authros: Manglik, VK Modi, HM
    Published at ASNT Fall Conference (Dallas)
    5.“Design of Inspection and Acceptance test methodologies for TIG welded Aluminum Alloy Bracket, for Camera Housing of IRS-1A Spacecraft and executing it” (March 1992)
    Co-authors: Manglik, VK Shah, AK
    Published at European Space Agency Conference ESASP 336 (Noordwjk)

    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
    􀂙 Indian Institute of Materials
    - Executive Council Member (Since 1993)
    􀂙 Indian Society of Non-Destructive Testing
    - Honorary secretary (Since 1998)

    CURRENT SALARY AND PERQUISITES
    Basic pay: INR 54,000 per month
    Vehicle provided: Suzuki Swift Desire
    REFEREE
    Professor S N Malhotra
    IIT – Powai, Mumbai
    Email: snm(at)met.iitb.ac.in


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