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     Date Submitted:02-07-2009
     Last Modified:03-07-2009 (12:12)
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     Current job:Test facilities engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
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     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsTest engineering Test facility engineering R&D project
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    Since April 2007:

    Test Facilities Engineer

    Test Engineer

    INTESPACE

    Environmental Test Center

    Export Activities

    Internal activities

    Toulouse, FRANCE

    Engineering department

     

    §      Test Facilities Engineering

    Project management for the development of turn key space environment test facilities and specific test facilities. Specialized in vibration systems.

    •  Replies to call for tender, writing of specification (all workpackages)
    • Project follow-up for the development, integration, factory & on-site acceptance.

    §      Test engineering, specific studies and specific engineering

    Writing of specific test procedures and definition of specific measurement methods, test report, norm studies and writing of conformity report.

    §      R&D project :

    Involved in a R&D project for the development of a wireless data acquisition system as industrial partner of the project.

    • Writing of initial (functional) specifications, technical follow-up of the project
    • Involved in all acceptance phases and milestone (mock-up, prototype)
    • Writing of functional acceptance plan, data analysis, report and recommendations

    Sept 05 - Mars 07:

    Test Facilities Engineer

    Ground Test Means

    SOGETI High-Tech

    Toulouse, France

    On behalf of Airbus Fr

     

    §      Test Facilities Specification Engineer

    Involved in the development programs of the so-called « integration simulators » for the following aircraft projects: A380, A400M, A330 MRTT.

    • Design and specification of the architecture of the simulators (different ATA)
    • Integration and V&V phases for the integrated functions.

    §      Project management:

    Follow-up and technical coordination of the A330 MRTT integration simulator activities.

    • Planning management, handling of the anomalies, project course reporting
    • Internal department and external suppliers coordination (MTAD)

     

    January - June 05:

    SINTEF AS

    §      Final Engineering School Internship

    Development of an overall experimentation for measuring the “surface tension” value of different kinds of oil phases

    • Development of the overall experimental setup & instrumentation setup
    • Software development with associated HMI for picture analysis (C language)

     

    Education

    2004-2005:     One year of study at Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet, NTNU,

    (National Norwegian Institute of Sciences and Technology) ERASMUS, Trondheim, Norway

    2002-2005:     Engineer student at the Institut Nationale des Sciences Appliquées, INSA, (National Institute of Applied Sciences), Toulouse, France

    Department of Physics Engineering: Physics of Materials and Matter, Industrial Instrumentation

     

    Languages

    English:          Fluent

    Norwegian:     Basics, written and spoken

    International experiences & travels:          

    2009: Canada (15d), Florida – US (15d)

    6 stays in the US (New-York),  Norway (1 year)

     

    Extracurricular activities

    Sport:         Competitive roller speed skating

                     Coach: clubs and high level skaters (world championship, national team)

    Music:        Trumpet (academy education), drums, involved in harmonie plays


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