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Ariane Flight VA220 The shipping container with ARSAT-1 emerges from the An-124 cargo aircraft after its arrival at Félix Eboué International Airport. The first geostationary satellite built in Argentina – ARSAT-1 – has been delivered to French Guiana, where this milestone spacecraft will be readied for Arianespace’s dual-passenger Ariane 5 mission in mid-October. Transported by a chartered An-124 cargo jetliner, ARSAT-1 landed yesterday at F&eacut...
Tue, 2 Sep 2014 23:00:00 +0100
Space Systems/Loral ( SSL ), a leading provider of commercial satellites , announced that it was selected by the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) to work with U.S. Government agencies to host government payloads on commercial satellites.  The SMC awarded SSL an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract for both geostationary (GEO) and Low Earth Orbit (LEO)/Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) missions. Valued at a maximum of $494.5 million , the Hosted Payload...
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TOKYO -  Japanese space scientists have unveiled the asteroid hunting space probe they hope to launch later this year on a mission to mine a celestial body. The probe, named Hayabusa-2, is expected to be flung into space on a rocket for a mammoth four year voyage to the unpoetically-named 1999JU3 asteroid. When it gets there, some time in 2018, it will release a powerful cannon which will fire a metal bullet at the asteroid's barren crust, once the probe itself has scuttled to safety on th...
Wed, 27 Aug 2014 21:09:00 +0100
WASHINGTON -  NASA officials Wednesday announced they have completed a rigorous review of the Space Launch System (SLS) -- the heavy-lift, exploration class rocket under development to take humans beyond Earth orbit and to Mars -- and approved the program's progression from formulation to development, something no other exploration class vehicle has achieved since the agency built the space shuttle. For its first flight test, SLS will be configured for a 70-metric-ton (77-ton) lift capacity and car...
Wed, 27 Aug 2014 21:08:00 +0100
WASHINGTON -  The US space agency's powerful deep-space rocket, known as the Space Launch System (SLS), aims to blast off for the first time in 2018, NASA said Wednesday. The SLS has been in development for three years already, and when finished it should propel spacecraft beyond Earth's orbit and eventually launch crew vehicles to Mars by the 2030s. NASA has now completed a thorough review of the project, signifying formal space agency commitment to the 70 metric ton version of the SLS at ...
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    Ingénieure généraliste EPF, spécialité Aéronautique et Espace

     

    Compétences

    Scientifiques             Hélicoptères, matériaux et structures aéronautiques, navigation guidage pilotage, mécanique spatiale, propulsion liquide et solide, conception satellites, résistance des matériaux, missiles et drones.

    Linguistiques            Anglais : courant, TOEIC : 855.

                           Allemand : intermédiaire.

    Informatiques          CAO / Simulation : CATIA V5, Fluent, SAMCEF Field, Castem (EF).

              Programmation : Matlab, Langage C++.

              Bureautique: Excel, Word, Power Point.

    Humaines                 Bon relationnel.

     

    Expériences

    Janv. – Juil. 2009    THALES ALENIA SPACE Cannes : stage de fin d’étude - 6 mois

              Étude et validation d’un banc de mesure de dilatation de matériaux aux températures cryogéniques pour les futures missions de l’Agence Spatiale Européenne.

              - Prise en main et réalisation d’essais pour des clients internes du banc existant,

              - Rédaction d’une spécification technique de besoins,

              - Conception, études thermiques (de 4 à 353°K), mécaniques et de faisabilité,

              - Validation du concept et évaluation du coût de fabrication du nouveau banc.

     

    Projets EPF 2008    Conception et évaluation des performances d’avions de combat avec Dassault - en groupe.

              High capacity launcheravec le CNES - réalisé en anglais et en groupe.

     

    Sept. – Déc. 2007    SAMTECH UK à Bristol : stage élève ingénieur en Angleterre - 4 mois

                                        Démonstration de la faisabilité, par le logiciel SAMCEF Field, de la simulation du mouvement du bras du satellite Swarm pour le client ASTRIUM UK :

             Optical Swarm satellite boom deployment system simulation.

             - Formation au logiciel SAMCEF Field,

             - Expression du besoin lors de réunions avec le client ASTRIUM UK,

             - Étude de faisabilité technique : étude des fonctions nécessaires et disponibles du logiciel (amortissement, frottement, contacts, etc), modélisation et simulation 2D,

             - Réalisation de la simulation mécanique 3D avec le logiciel SAMCEF Field.

     

    Projets EPF 2007    Habitat Intelligent pour la Santé - en groupe.

             - Recueil des besoins auprès des éducateurs de personnes à mobilité réduite,

             - Création d’un jeu adapté.

     

    2005 – 2007             Soutenances études Éclipse totale naturelle et artificielle, Matière noire et Les différents lanceurs spatiaux.

     

    Formation

    2006 – 2009             Cycle ingénieur à l’EPF, Ecole d’ingénieurs à Sceaux  (92) 

             Dominante génie industriel, option « Aéronautique et Espace ».

    2004 – 2006             Classes préparatoires scientifiques – PSI – ENCPB à Paris (75)

     

    Centres d’intérêt

    Sports                       Championnat de France de gymnastique en équipe, catégorie P1 FSCF (pratiqué 15 ans)

             Escalade, Ski, Sports d’eau vive.

    Flûte traversière     Représentations de Didon et Enée avec l’orchestre du Lycée Claude Monet.

             Pratiqué 15 ans au Conservatoire Darius Milhaud.

    Astronomie              Membre du club EPF.

    Voyages                   Europe, États-Unis, Canada, Désert du Sinaï, Sahara Marocain.


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