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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:10-04-2012
     Last Modified:10-04-2012 (10:39)
    Job information
     Current job:Components and materials engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywords-Surface treatments -Materials & process -Characterization of materials and components(composites) -Processes improvements -Thermal & mechanical tests Failure analysis Developing tests
    CV

     

    Materials Engineer

     

     

     

     

     

    Technical skills

    Specialty

    –         Surface treatments

    –         Materials & process

    –         Characterization of materials and components(composites)

    –         Processes improvements

    –         Thermal & mechanical tests

     

    Quality

    –         MIL, ESCC, ECSS System

    –         Failure analysis

    –        Knowledge of 5S

    –        Monitoring anomalies components and non-compliance

     

    Computer

    –         Language C

    –         VisualBasic

    –        Office

    –        MSProject

    –        Polyflow, Labview

    –        Html, php

    Competencies

    Communication

    –         Redaction of technical notes

    –         Redactions of lab analysis report

    –         Teleconference

    –         Production meeting

    Organization

    –         Monitoring of production process

    –         Technology transfer

    –         Definition of needs

    –         Technological survey

    –         Laboratory protocol

    Language

    –         French (native speaker)

    –         English (scientific and technical)

    –         Chinese (basic)

    –         German (basic)

    –         Italian (learning)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Professional background

    Jan 11-June 11

    Composite Materials Engineer

    Snecma Propulsion Solide- Groupement d’Etude des Matériaux Hétérogènes

    Recycling of carbon fiber in the geopolymer matrix

    Products characterizations

    Thermal and mechanical tests

    Feasibility study

     

    April 10-Sept 10

    EEEComponents Engineer

    European Space Agency– Noordwijk, Netherlands –Technical division – Internship

    In charge of Capacitors & Piezoelectric

    Developing tests (Programming with Labview)

    Laboratory analysis 

    Evaluation, qualification, and monitoring of Manufacturer

    R&T actions

    Component failure

    Support missions

     

    May 09-July 09

    Research & Development Engineer

    STRADAL Paysage-Pleucadeuc -Production - Internship

    Developmentand setting up of processes

    Composites materials characterization

    Developing test

    Optimization, reliability of products

    New products analysis

     

     

     

     

     

    Education

    2010

    Engineer Diplômaof l’Ecole National Supérieure de Céramique Industrielle (ENSCI-« National School of Industrial Ceramics » )

     

    Jan 10-March 10

    PFE (End of study project)in ENSCI

    Cohesion at the interface of mineral matrix/cellulosic fibers: chemical treatments and characterization of fibers

     

    2004

    Baccalaureat  Scientific

     

     

     

     

     

    Personal Information

    I was born in France, and I grew up in the Champagne region.

     

    Internships and trips abroad have provided me with opportunites to discover many countries: Italy, Germany, England, Poland, and the Netherlands. My natural curiosity has allowed me to adapt easily.

     

    Duringmy school years I administered website for current as well as alumni students of l’Ecole National Supérieure de Céramique Industrielle (ENSCI). 

     

    I served as Treasurer, then President of the Sport Association of ENSCI.Sports that I enjoy include: swimming, handball, ice hockey (national and European level for 11 years), and soccer.

    Other activities: reading, history, model making, and film (viewing and creating)

    Personal

    References

    Available upon request:

    Friends

    Olivier Mourra (Olivier.Mourra(at)esa.int)

    Federico Lovato (FedericoLovato(at)Eaton.com)

    Professional

    References

    Available upon request:

    European Space Agency

    Denis Lacombe (Denis.Lacombe(at)esa.int)



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