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     Date Submitted:12-10-2009
     Last Modified:15-10-2009 (02:47)
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     Current job:Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsSystem Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing
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    Ingénieur Arts et Métiers

    Master of Science in Astronautics and Space Engineering - Cranfield University

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    Octobre 2008   Master of Science in Astronautics and Space Engineering à Cranfield University, UK:

    Environnement  international : 18 nationalités représentées. 

    Programme:            Astronautique, System Engineering, Propulsion spatiale.

    Projet de groupe : Mission vers Titan, impliquant 17 étudiants de 9 nationalités différentes.  

            Modélisation de la rentrée atmosphérique et du déploiement de 3 sondes.                           

    Projet individuel : Fractionated Satellites : Etude de l’architecture, de la compétitivité et de la rentabilité  

                                      d’un système de satellites fractionnés.

     

    2006 - 2008       Arts et Métiers Paris Tech : école d’ingénieur généraliste : Mécanique, Industrialisation ; classé 153e/1000.

    2004 - 2006       Classe Préparatoire aux Grandes Ecoles Lycée J.Perrin en section PTSI et PT* : 

     Sciences de l’ingénieur, Sciences Physiques, Mathématiques.

     

    Juillet 2004        Baccalauréat Scientifique option Science de l’ingénieur avec mention bien.

    EXPERIENCE PROFESSIONNELLE

    Juin 2008           3 mois de stage Ingénieur Assistant chez Géocéan, groupe VINCI à Cassis: 

                 Etude de faisabilité d’implantation de fermes hydroliennes sur le littoral français. 

                 Veille technologique, business plan, ingénierie et logistique. 

                 Présentations et  entretiens avec des compagnies partenaires : Rotech, Omexom, Nexans.

     

    Octobre 2006    4 semaines de stage exécutant chez France Hélices à Cannes : Conception d’une hélice à pas variable 

                                 Création de feuilles de calcul de résistance des matériaux, Assistant Chef de Projet : système de mesure

                                 vibratoire embarqué.

     

    Mars 2001         1 semaine de stage ouvrier dans un garage automobile JB Emeric à Aubagne: 

    Préparation de voitures de compétition.

    COMPETENCES

     

    Linguistique :     Anglais courant : 1 an d’études au Royaume Uni, 900 au TOEIC.

                                 Notions en Espagnol : 5 ans d’études.

    Informatique :   Maitrise de CATIA v5 : 150h, SolidWorks 2003 : 50h, Ideas: 30h, Maple:30h

                Notions en MS project: 15h, Satellite Tool Kit: 10h, Visual Basic: 10h, Matlab: 10h

    Vie pratique :     Permis B, Permis Mer, Titulaire de l’AFPS.

    CENTRES D’INTERET

    Musique :           Saxophone : 15 ans de pratique en école ; Guitare : 7 ans de pratique.

          Concerts réguliers dans différentes formations depuis 5 ans.

    Nautisme :          Compétition Motonautique : Champion de France Offshore 2003 ; Voile : régates et croisières en Méditerranée.

    Association :      Organisation des activités d’intégration au sein des Arts et Métiers.

                                 Membre de UK SEDS : Association étudiante britannique pour la promotion de l’activité spatiale.



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