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     Date Submitted:27-07-2009
     Last Modified:28-07-2009 (03:28)
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     Current job:Master of Science/Aerospace Engineering
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
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    ISAE/ENSICA Engineer – Master of Science/Aerospace Engineering

     

    Main objective

    Participate in cross border business and/or technical missions and projects to benefit from my multicultural capabilities.

    Education

    Master of Science, Buffalo, NY, 14260, USA (Aug 2007 – May 2009)

    Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical & Aerospace Department, State University of New York in Buffalo - Realization of a Thesis Work on the computational use of tetrahedral finite elements and the application of the Finite Element Method on composite materials (Java-based solver).

    ISAE/ENSICA, Toulouse (31), France (Sept 2005 – June 2007)

    Last two undergraduate years in the French National Aeronautical Engineering School ISAE/ENSICA – Graduation in October 2008 (Master’s Degree & Undergraduate Degree).

    Lycée Kléber, Strasbourg (67), France (Sept 2003 – June 2005)

    Preparation for competitive entrance exams to French Engineering Schools, after the Baccalaureate in June 2003, (French equivalent to the first two undergraduate years) - Realization of an academic research project in a team of three people on dark matter in star clusters, using databases in astronomy and the Maple software.

    Experience           

    SUNY at Buffalo, NY, USA (Sept 2007 – June 2008)

    Teaching Assistant (2 semesters) within the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department: Applied Mathematics for Mechanical and Aerospace Engineers (MAE 376) & Introduction to Engineering Drawing and CAD (MAE 177)

    Acadomia, Toulouse, France (Sept 2006 – June 2007)

    Tutoring High-School students in Math.

    Airbus, Hamburg, Germany (June 2006 – Aug 2006)

    Technical Trainee in the Airbus Structures Test Department: prepared and carried out tests on several parts of the A380 during its certification step.

    Mistral.Com, Sundhoffen (68), France (July 2004)

    Technical Trainee at Mistral.Com, a Medium-sized IT Telecom Distributor and Integrator: built up PCs, set up and tested software’s, entered stocks in database

    Languages & Computer Skills

    ·       English: fluent (Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English, Grade A, June 2006)

    ·       German: very good working knowledge

     

    ·       Programming: Java, Caml

    ·       Software: Maple, Matlab, MS Office, Catia, AutoCad

    ·       Systems: Windows 98, 2000, XP, Mac OS X, Linux

    Interests

    ·       Campus activities: President of the French Connection, French Graduate Student Association at SUNY Buffalo, from September 2007 to September 2008

    ·       Leisure activities: traveling abroad, sports (active participation in Volleyball Team, ski, tennis), music, astronomy, gliding

     

    Other

    Dual nationality: French - Australian

    Very mobile

    Clean driver's license


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