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     Date Submitted:14-08-2010
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     Current job:Ariane 5 and Vega Command and Control Service System Chief Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Industry:Launch Systems
     KeywordsCommand Control OPERATIONAL MULTILINGUAL demanding environment
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    Master of Science in Telecommunication Engineering. Six years’ experience in planning, developing, implementing, exploiting and maintaining state of the art Command and Control systems for the aerospace industry. Participated in more than thirty Ariane 5 missions in a multidisciplinary and very demanding work environment. Proven aptitude to work abroad both individually and within an international  team, multilingual (English/Spanish/French) and initiative to make decisions

    EDUCATION

    2003-2004       Electromagnetism and Acoustics Laboratory (LEMA)

    EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.

    Conducted the thesis leading to the Msc in Telecommunication Engineering. Subject: “Development of a real time signal processing system for the spatialisation of virtual sound sources”

    2003                 Master of Science in Telecommunication Engineering.

    University of Zaragoza, Spain.

    Specialized in signal processing, mobile communications, satellite communications, radar and radio- navigation systems

    1998                 International Baccalaureate Diploma

    Mateo Sagasta High School. Logroño, Spain.

     PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    2008-Present       GTD. EUROPE’S SPACE PORT (CSG), French Guiana.

    Ariane 5 And Vega Command And Control Service System Chief Engineer

    Managed a team of 10 engineers assuring the operational availability of the C2C Service System during the assembling and launch of the Ariane 5 rocket

    Conducted technical studies to improve the system performance and resolution of anomalies detected during the operational life of the system

    Supervised 1M€/year budget contract with Arianespace, concerning the maintenance and exploitation of the Command and Control Service System

    2005-2008        GTD. EUROPE’S SPACE PORT (CSG), French Guiana.

    Ariane 5 Command and Control System Engineer.

    Developed the hardware and software solutions proposed by the chief engineers

    Executed the technical operations concerning repairs and evolutions of the system

    Participated in the launching operations and in the daily coordination meetings with the Ariane 5 operational team in the Launcher Control Center facilities

    2004                 LEMA(Electromagnetism and Acoustics Laboratory), EPFL. Lausanne, Switzerland.

    Training period in the Electromagnetism and Acoustics Laboratory. Contributed to the researches of the PhD students. Vibration measurements in the Stravinsky Hall.

    2001                 Reprotecnica, S.A. Logroño,Spain.

    Training period in the field of image processing (ACAD, Adobe Creative Suite)

     SKILLS

     Computer Science

    Advanced administration of the UNIX-Linux, VMS-OpenVMS and WINDOWS Operating Systems

    Tools : C/C++, MATLAB, Assembler, Visual Basic, Java, Turbo Pascal, SQL

    Programmable Logic Controllers: Schneider Electric, Siemens, Hirschmann, Beckhoff

    Industrial Networking: Unitelway, Modbus/Modbus-TCP, Cerberus, Profibus, Profinet

    Office automation: LaTeX2e, Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access

     Languages

     Native in Spanish, fluent in English and French and intermediate in Portuguese


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