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     Date Submitted:21-09-2011
     Last Modified:15-08-2014 (01:34)
    Job information
     Current job:Space Projects Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsProject manager, technical team leader, technology development, technical management
    CV

    OBJECTIVE

    I would like to apply for full time positions related to project management in aviation and space in Lisbon, Portugal.

     

    INTEREST AREAS

    Aviation

    • Engine Design
    • System Engineering
    • Experimental Methods and Test Set-up Development

    Space

    • Project management
    • Space policy
    • Satellite Propulsion Systems
    • Launch

    Energy

    • Energy Efficiency

     

    EDUCATION

    2010-Present  Ph.D. candidate in Science and Technology Policies Study Center, Middle East Technical University, METU, Ankara, Turkey

    Thesis Topic (intended): will be related to “Space Policy”

    Key Courses: Technological Change in Developing Countries, Technology         and Industrial Strategy and Innovation, Technology and Economic Development

    2003                M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Middle East Technical University, METU, Ankara, Turkey

    Thesis Topic: “Rocket Nozzle Design and Optimization”

    1999                B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Middle East Technical University, METU, Ankara, Turkey

     

    EXPERIENCE

    2012-Present   Space Projects Manager 

    2008-2012       Unit Head in Space Systems Design Unit

    • Management of a team of highly qualified engineers working on development of flight simulation tools.
    • Technical management and system engineering activities of different R&D projects, which are related to propulsion and space. Most of the projects were funded by TUBITAK(The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey).
    • Technical management of the Turkish team that is working on the satellite propulsion subsystem of a technological cooperation type satellite project; GÖKTÜRK (High Resolution Electro-optic Satellite). The customer is “Undersecretariat for Defense Industries - TR”. The prime contractor of the program is TELESPAZIO S.p.A.

    1999-2008      Senior Propulsion Engineer in Propulsion Systems Design Unit

    1999-2003      Propulsion Engineer in Propulsion Systems Design Unit

    • Developed design and optimization tools for the design of rocket motor components.
    • Developed user friendly analysis tools for the evaluation of static firing data of rocket motors
    • Participated in validation  testing of various platforms.
    • Designed test benches for propulsion systems
    • Design revision activities for performance improvement of existing systems.

     

    COMPUTER SKILLS

    Applications:Microsoft Office, familiar with Matlab,Tecplot, Fluent,Labview, Flownex, STK,AutoCad,Ideas,Doors, Relex

    Programming Languages:FORTRAN, familiar with C++, Visual Basic

     

    ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

    2003    Special course on LEICA TDA 5005 Total Station, Ankara

    2004    Reliability Engineering (RAMS) Course, Relex Advanced Course with Examples,          Relex Software Tools, Ankara

    2005    Special Course on “Technology Management”, SATEM, Ankara

    2005    Special Course on “Project Management”, METU, Ankara, TR

    2010    “Dedicated Course on Suborbital and Orbital Launch Missions”, (Launchspace Inc. - USA), Ankara, TR

    2011    “Management of Organizational Innovation”, SATEM, Ankara, TR

     

    RELEVANT SEMINARS ATTENDED

    2005    “Recent Advances in Space Technology 2005”, İstanbul, TR

    2006    “Towards Space - International Space University”, Bilkent-Cyberpark, Ankara, TR

    2007    “Recent Advances in Space Technology 2007”, İstanbul, TR

    2007    “AIAA - Space 2007”, Los Angeles, USA

    2008    “4th Defense Technologies Congress”, Ankara, TR

    2009    “Recent Advances in Space Technology 2009”, İstanbul, TR

    2010    “AAAF - Space Propulsion 2010”, San Sebastian, ES

    2011    “Space Security and Aviation Technologies”, Beykent University, İstanbul, TR

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Sailing (certificate of competence for operators of pleasure craft), running (amateur 10k runner), scuba (PADI OWD), guitar playing, riding motorcycle (A2 driving license)

    Languages: Turkish (native), English (fluent)


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