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     Date Submitted:05-03-2005
     Last Modified:26-03-2012 (08:56)
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     Current job:Optical engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsOptical engineering, laser, optical fiber, astronomical instrumentation, system engineering,optical payload, AIT

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    Date of birth


    Marital status



    Occupational field         Optical Engineer


    Work experience



    Jan/07 – Current

    Position held

    Optical / System Engineer (Aerospace Division)

    Main activities

    Optical and System Engineering in Aerospace projects


    SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas, S. A. – C/ Severo Ochoa, 4; 28.760–Tres Cantos (Spain)




    Mar/05 – Jan/07

    Position held

    Optical Engineer (Optical Engineering Department)

    Main activities

    Development of a laser based Electro-Optic countermeasure en the MWIR. Optical and laser engineering


    INDRA Sistemas, S. A. – Ctra. Loeches, 9; 28.850-Torrejón de Ardoz (Spain)




    Apr/02 – Mar/05

    Position held

    R+D Unit Responsible (Laser Department)

    Main activities

    Laser and Optical Engineering. Project Management. Searching of projects and Regional, National and European funding. Organization of Technical Workshops.


    AIDO – Technological Institute of Optics, Colour and Image - C/ Nicolás Copérnico, 7-13; 46.890-Paterna (Spain)




    Oct/00 – Sep/01

    Position held

    Senior Engineer

    Main activities

    Microtechnologies and Microsystems Responsible. Optical/Laser Engineer.


    Robotiker - Parque Tecnológico (Edif. 202); 48.170-Zamudio (Spain)




    Sep/90 – Oct/00

    Position held

    Optical Engineer

    Main activities

    Development of astronomical instrumentation, mainly with optical fibres and lasers. Project Management.


    Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias; Av/ Vía Láctea, s/n; 38.200-La Laguna (Spain)




    Feb/90 – Jun/90

    Position held

    Computer Programmer

    Main activities



    Empresa Nacional Ingeniería y Tecnología - C/ Padilla, 17;  28.006-Madrid (Spain)


    Education & training



    Oct/00 – Sep/03

    Qualification awarded

    Diploma of Advanced Studies

    Subjects covered

    1. Oct/00 – Ju/02. Docent period (24 credits).Program: Physical Engineering.
    2. Oct/02 – Sep/03. Research period (12 credits).Program: Photonics: fundamentals and devices.
    3. Dec/03. Thesis of Magister: Procedure for the acquisition and analysis of images of wide dynamical range with an astronomical CCD. Application to the laser beam shaping.

    Training organisation

    a. Universidad del País Vasco (Spain) / b & c. Universidad de Valencia(Spain)




    Oct/98 – Sep/99

    Qualification awarded

    Master in Business Administration

    Subjects covered

    Master in Business Administration

    Training organisation

    Instituto Universitario de Empresa - Universidad de La Laguna (Spain)




    Oct/83 – Sep/89

    Qualification awarded

    MSc Physics

    Subjects covered

    Optics and Structure of the Matter

    Training organisation

    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)


    Personal skills and competences



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    Social skills

    • Good ability to adapt to new environments

    Organisational skills

    • Leadership: I have been responsible for a team of 6 members.
    • High sense of organisation
    • Project and team management

    Technical skills

    • User of big telescopes (WHT, NOT).
    • User of Optics, Fibre Optics and Laser Laboratories
    • User of lasers in several spectral regions (UV, VIS, NIR, MIR, FIR) emission modes (pulsed and continuous) and emission power ranges (1mW to 2.5kW).
    • Experience in laser characterisation (spectral, temporal and spatial).
    • Experience in the specification, installation and use of the next laser subsystems:
      • vacuum: low vacuum (1Torr) and medium vacuum (1mTorr);
      • water-based cooling subsystem;
      • gas delivery subsystems (refilling).
    • Wide experience in International Projects

    Computer skills

    • Basic command of ANSI C
    • Basic command of GLAD (optical design with lasers).
    • Medium command of ZEMAX, Matlab v2009a, MathCAD 14 and AutoCAD.


    Additional information



    • Dr Santiago Arribas

    Scientific Researcher, DAMIR (Department of Molecular and Infrared Astrophysics); CSIC, C/ Serrano 121, 28006-Madrid (Spain) / Ph: +34 915 616 800 (X2402) / arribas(at)

    Formerly at the Space Telescope Science Institute, 3700 San Martin Drive
    Baltimore, MD 21218-2463, USA as an ESA member.

    • Dr Lieselotte Jochum

    System Engineer/Physicist, ESO (European Southern Observatory), Karl-Schwarzschild-Strasse 2; D-85748 Garching bei München (Germany) / +49 89 3200 6213 / ljochum(at)

    • Dr Ignacio Iglesias

    Tenure Professor in Optics, Optics Laboratory - Universidad Murcia; Edificio C, Campus Espinardo,  30071-Murcia ( Spain),  Ph: +34 968 367 220 / iic(at)

    Relocation availability


    Availability to travel



    • SEDO (Sociedad Española De Óptica – Spanish Optical Society)

    Training courses


    • Optical Design Using Zemax (intermediate level), Optima Research (27-30.07.2004; 28 hours)

    Complete list in Annex 1

    Projects and job functions

    Complete list in Annex 2

    Conference publications

    • García, A. et al., “Bidimensional Spectroscopy with Optical Fibres at the William Herschel and Nordic Optical Telescopes”, Instrumentation in Astronomy VIII, Proc SPIE 2198, 75, Hawaii, 1994.

    Complete list in Annex 3

    Journal publications (Not author, only thanks)

    • Colina, L. y Arribas, S., “The Starburst-Active Galactic Nucleus Connection in Active Galaxies: The Massive Nuclear Star-Forming Disk in NGC 4303”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 514, pp. 637-647, 1999.

    Complete list in Annex 4


    • Method for producing tactile security features on security documents, Ramos de Campos, J. A. et al, European Patent 1658992, 24-05-2006

    Annex 1. Training courses


    • Imaging spectrometers for Earth and planets remote sensing, Dr. Andrea Romoli, Istituto Nazionale di Ottica Applicata (INOA) (Firenza, 02.12.2009 a 04.12.2009; 24 hours)
    • Telelogic DOORS Foundation & Practitioner, Luis Jiménez Matilla, IBM Rational Software, (Madrid, 06-07.07.2009; 16 hours)
    • Planetary Protection “Level Zero” Training Course, M Milazzo, Thales Alenia Space Italia, S. p. A.,  Centro de Astrobiología / INTA (Madrid, Spain, 21.04.2009; 7 hours)
    • Code V Software Training, D. Hasenauer and C. Craig, Optical Research Associates (Madrid, March 2009)
    • Microsoft Project 2002, Fundación Tripartita para la Formación en el Empleo (Madrid, 25.03.2008 to 30.06.2008; 23 hours)
    • Optical Design Using Zemax (intermediate level), Jenny Warwick, Optima Research (27-30.07.2004; 28 hours).
    • Sistemas Scada, monitorización y supervisión de automatismos y de redes de comunicación industriales, UPV (Valencia, 2004.07.14; 120 hours)
    • Metrología aplicada a los laboratorios de diseño de productos, (Valencia, 2004.05.27; 5 hours)
    • Operation and maintenance of a 2 kW PRC CO2 laser, Bob Vermeir (PRC Laser Europe), (Valencia, 04..2003; 25 hours).
    • Type3, Graphimet (Valencia, 23.102003; 24 hours)
    • Rapid Tooling by Laser: a recipe for survival, organized by AILU - International Manufacturing Centre, Warwick University (Coventry, UK, 04.03.2003; 8 hours).
    • Integrated Optics, elaborated by the FSRM (Swiss Foundation for Research in Microtechnology), H. Zappe (IMTEK, Universidad Albert-Ludwigs of Friburg, Germany), (Madrid, 03-04.05.2001; 10 hours).
    • GLAD (General Laser Analysis and Design), Dr. George Lawrence, Applied Optics Research (San Diego, California, 26-28.07.2000; 24 hours).
    • Summer School on Adaptive Optics, organized by the Centre for Adaptive Optics (University of California - Santa Cruz) (Santa Cruz, California, 10-15.07.2000; 40 hours).
    • Micro optics, elaborated by the IMT University of Neuchâtel and CSEM Zurich and organized by the FSRM, H. P. Herzig (IMT University of Neuchâtel) and Markus Rossi (CSEM Zurich), (Madrid, May 11-12.05.2000; 12 hours).
    • Diffractive Optics: Technologies and Applications, organized by the V Reunión Nacional de Óptica, Jorge Ojeda-Castañeda (Universidad de las Américas-Puebla, México) (Valencia, 16.09.1997; 4 hours).
    • Radiometry, Joaquín Campos, C.S.I.C. Researcher (03-07.02.1997; 30 hours).
    • Optical Design with CODE V, Richard Juergens, “Optical Research Associates” (10-13.06.1996; 32 hours).
    • Applied Optics, organized by the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, (Imperial College, London, 26-30.06.1995; 36.5 hours).
    • Optical Design: A Practical Introduction, organized by Sira Test and Certification, J. Maxwell and Dr. R. Smith, (Imperial College, London, 27-29.03.1995; 24 hours).
    • Adaptive Optics Systems, organized by SPIE (The International Society for Optical Engineering), Robert K. Tyson, (Hawaii, 03.1994; 4 hours).
    • Astronomical Optics, organized by SPIE (The International Society for Optical Engineering), James E. Harvey, University of Central Florida (Hawaii, 03.1994; 4 hours).
    • Advanced Topics to CODE V, Richard Juergens, “Optical Research Associates” (17-21.01.1994; 35 hours).




    Annex 2. Projects and job functions


    SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas, S. A.

    • Project: Signs Of Life Detection (SOLID). Development of a system based in Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence for the detection of life in Mars. Partners: Centro de Astrobiología (Associated to the NASA Astrobiology Institute). Optical Engineer. All the phases from Conceptual design to AIV. In progress.
    • Project: Estación de procesamiento de Biochips (EPB). Development of a system based in Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence for the classification of DNA. Optical Engineer. In progress.
    • Project: Raman-LIBS spectrograph (Payload of the Exomars mission). Optical System Engineer for the Flight Model. Development of the Radiometric Model of the system. In progress.
    • HARMONI: Development of the Calibration Subsystem for the future Spectrograph of the E-ELT (European Extremely Large Telescope). Phase A. Optical Engineer. In progress.


    INDRA Sistemas, S. A.

    • Set-up of a MWIR Laser Laboratory. Responsible for the ISO 60825 application and the design of vacuum and gas supply subsystems.
    • Radiometric analysis of the system in the near UV, Vis and MWIR.
    • Design, specification and construccion of optical subsystems for analysing the optical parameters of the system and analysing its optical performance
    • State of the art of the optical design of IR homing missiles optical heads
    • State of the art of the laser-based countermeasure techniques of IR homing missiles optical heads.
    • Specification of the IR adquisition and tracking subsystem of the system.


    AIDO – Technological Institute of Optics

    • Project: “Eureka E! CHOCLAB II - Instruments and Standard Test Procedures for Laser Beam and Optics Characterization”.
      • “Laser beam and optical component characterization the optimization of industrial processes”.
      • “Development and characterization of High Power Laser Diodes (HPLD)”.
      • “Laser beam characterization of a 50W HPLD according to ISO 11146:1999 and ISO 13694:2000”
    • Project: “Eureka E! PROSURF “Advanced Production Technologies in 3D-Metal Surface Processing/Net-Shaping For Repair and Recovery Services”.
    • Project: “REDLASER (Spanish Net of Laser Technology)”.
    • Laser engineering: “Design and set-up of a Remote Welding Station for a 2kW CO2 laser”.



    • Project: “Design of a cutting laser head for a 2.5 kW CO2 laser”. Project Manager and Optical Engineer.
    • Project: “Biometric system for neonatal identification and custody”. Improvement of the image quality (contrast and resolution) of a fingerprint recognition camera. Project Manager and Optical engineer.
    • Project: “VELI (Virtual European Laser Institute)”. Management tasks.


    Astrophysical Institute of the Canary Islands

    • Project: “Application of the optical fibres to the development of astronomical instrumentation”.
    • Design and construction of optical fibre systems for telescope pointing and guiding
    • Design and construction of optical fibre bundles for multiobject and integral spectroscopy
    • Design of the spectral calibration subsystem
    • Telescope scale calculation of the NOT Cassegrain and WHT Auxiliar Cassegrain foci by using photographic plates of astrometric fields


    • UppsalaUniversity: Multiobject spectroscopy with the FLEX spectrograph at the NOT.
    • Royal Greenwich Observatory: Implementation of a fibre optic system for carry out multiobject spectroscopy with ISIS (FIS system).
      • Project: “In vivo monitoring of brain neurotransmitter release for the assessment of neuroendocrine interactions”. Development and validation of an excitation/detection system based in laser and fibre optics for neurochemical analysis.
      • Project: “INTEGRAL: a matrix optical fibre system for WYFFOS”
    • responsible for the optical design
    • responsible of the fibre bundles design, manufacture and characterization for integral spectroscopy
    • integration of coherent optical fibre bundles for feeding the telescope acquisition and guiding subsystem.
    • optical design of the spectral and flat-field calibration subsystem
      • Project: “Laser Guide Star at the Canary Islands observatories”. Optical set-up for the generation of a Laser Guide Star at the 1.0m Optical Ground Station Telescope Design in the K and Na atmospheric layers.
      • Other activities and merits:
        • Reserve instrumentation for the NGST. Key person in the proposal “A multi-object/Integral Spectrograph for the NGST (ESA AO/1-3406/NL/MS).
        • Optical viability study and conceptual design for an Acquisition and Guiding Box for the 1.5m IR Carlos Sanchez Telescope
        • Optical viability study of a fiberfeed system for integral field spectroscopy for a 41-cm telescope.
        • Viability study for the employment in astronomical uses of a space debris optical camera at the 1.0m Optical Ground Station Telescope.
        • Viability study for the internal illumination of the Auditorium of Tenerife
        • Conceptual design of a fibre optics system with microlenses for integral field spectroscopy



    Annex 3. Conference publications


    • José Antonio Ramos de Campos, Adolfo García Marín, Carlos Soriano Reyes; “Diagnóstico de haces láser de alta potencia”; Dpto. Láser AIDO – Instituto Tecnológico de Óptica, Color e Imagen, 2-3.11.2004, Primer Taller Nacional de Procesado de Materiales por Láser, Valencia, (España).
    • José A. Ramos-de-Campos, Óscar Ferrer, Jesús Sampedro, Adolfo García, “Implementation of opto-electronic process control devices for the automation of 3D-regeneration of metallic structures”, 13-15.09.2004, MECHROB: Mechatronics and Robotics Conference, Aachen (Germany).
    • J. F. Moreno, J. A. Ramos de Campos, A. García-Marín, J. M. Sampedro, V. Amigó, “Laser microwelding of Titanium microspheres for reparing orthopaedic surgical implants”, 21-24.09.2004, 4th International Conference on Laser Assisted Net Shape Engineering, Enlargen (Alemania). 643-650. ISBN 3-87525-202-0
    • J. F. Moreno, J. A. Ramos-de-Campos, A. García-Marín, J. M. Sampedro, V. Amigó, “Microsoldadura por láser de microesferas de titanio para aplicaciones médicas”, 15-17.06.2004, VIII Congreso Nacional de Materiales, Valencia, (Spain).
    • AdolfoGarcía Marín, “Estación de Soldadura Remota: Instalación y Aplicaciones”, Jornada de Procesado de Materiales por Láser, organizada por AIDO, 03.12.2003, Valencia (Spain).
    • García Marín, Adolfo; Ramos de Campos, José A.; Sampedro, Jesús Mª; Soriano, Carlos; Pérez Picazo, Emilio; “Caracterización de haces láser de alta potencia”; 8-11 Septiembre, 2003, VII Reunión Nacional de Óptica, Santander (Spain).
    • AdolfoGarcía Marín, Jose A. Ramos-de-Campos, J. Sampedro, C. Soriano, “Caracterización de haces láser de alta potencia”, 14-16 Julio, 2003, OPTOEL’03 (3ª Reunión Nacional de Optoelectrónica), Leganés (Spain).
    • José A. Ramos de Campos, Carlos Soriano, Lorenzo Cervera, Adolfo García, Emilio Pérez, “EUREKA FACTORY PROSURF, E! 2317: Tecnologías Avanzadas de Producción para el Procesado y Conformado de Superficies Metálicas 3D en Reparación y Mantenimiento”, 15-20 Julio, 2002, VII Convención y Feria Internacionales de las Industrias Metalúrgica, Metalmecánica y del Reciclaje, METANICA 2002, La Habana (Cuba).
    • Adolfo García Marín, J. Jiménez Fuensalida y M. Reyes García-Talavera, “Optical design of a system for generating Lser Guide Stars in the Teide Observatory”, 6 Reunión Nacional de Óptica”, Medina del Campo, 19-22.09.2000.
    • Jose Luis Rasilla, Ana Belén Fragoso López, Adolfo García Marín, “Two-Dimensional Fibre-Bundles Manufacture and FRD Characterization”, Fiber Optics in Astronomy III, 1997, Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife (Spain).
    • AdolfoGarcía-Marín, Jose Luis Rasilla, Santiago Arribas, Evencio Mediavilla, “Studies on Bundle Design” Fiber Optics in Astronomy III, 1997, Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, Spain.
    • S. Arribas, L. Cavaller, B. García-Lorenzo, A. García-Marín, J. M. Herreros, E. Mediavilla, M. Pi, J. Fuentes, J. L. Rasilla and N. Sosa, “INTEGRAL: An Optical-Fiber System for 2-D Spectroscopy at the 4.2-m William Herschel Telescope”, Fiber Optics in Astronomy III, 1997, Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, Spain.
    • Carlos del Burgo, Santiago Arribas, Evencio Mediavilla, A. García-Marín and Begoña García‑Lorenzo, “INTEGRAL, un nuevo sistema para hacer espectroscopía bidimensional en el telescopio WHT”, Reunión “Puesta en marcha de la instrumentación del GTC”, La Laguna 23-24 October, 1997.
    • I. Escudero Sanz, O. Feeney, A. García Marín, R. López López, A. Manescau y J. L. Rasilla, “Diseño Óptico en el Departamento de Ingeniería Óptica del IAC”, 1997, V Reunión Nacional de Óptica (Valencia).
    • I. Escudero Sanz, O. Feeney, A. García Marín, R. López López, A. Manescau y J. L. Rasilla, “Sistemas de Medida y Verificación Desarrollados en el IAC”, 1997, V Reunión Nacional de Óptica (Valencia).
    • I. Escudero Sanz, O. Feeney, A. García Marín, R. López López, A. Manescau y J. L. Rasilla, “Departamento de Ingeniería Óptica del IAC”, 1997, V Reunión Nacional de Óptica (Valencia).
    • S. Arribas, E. Mediavilla, A. García Marín, B. García Lorenzo and J. L. Rasilla, “Simultaneous bidimensional spectroscopy of extended objects using optical fibres: applications to Seyfert Galaxies”, 1995, 3D Optical Spectroscopic Methods in Astrophysics, Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, vol. 71.
    • García, A.; Rasilla, J. L.; Arribas, S. and Mediavilla, E., 1994, “Bidimensional Spectroscopy with Optical Fibres at the William Herschel and Nordic Optical Telescopes” Proceedings SPIE 2198, 75 (oral presentation).
    • Rasilla, J. L.; García Marín, A.; Arribas, S.; Gellatly, D.; Carter, D., 1993, “Multi-object spectroscopy with the ISIS spectrograph at the William Herschel Telescope”, Fiber Optics in Astronomy II, Ed. P.M. Gray A.P.S. Conference Series 32, 203.



    Annex 4. Journal publications (Not author, only thanks)


    • Colina, L. y Arribas, S., “The Starburst-Active Galactic Nucleus Connection in Active Galaxies: The MassiveNuclear Star-Forming Disk in NGC 4303”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 514, pp. 637-647, 1999
    • B. García-Lorenzo, E. Mediavilla, y S. Arribas, “Spectroscopic Atlas of the Central 24×20 of the Seyfert 2 Galaxy NGC 1068”, 1999, The Astrophysical Journal, 518:190-212.
    • S. Arribas, E. Mediavilla, C. Del Burgo y B. García-Lorenzo, “Two-dimensional Spectroscopy in the Circumnuclear Region of the Seyfert 1 Ring Galaxy NGC 985”, 1999, The Astrophysical Journal, 511:680-685.
    • S. Arribas, E. Mediavilla, B. García-Lorenzo, C. del Burgo y J. J. Fuensalida, “Differential atmospheric refraction in integral-field spectroscopy: Effects and correction”, Astron. Astrophysics. Suppl. Ser. 136, 189-192, 1998
    • S. Arribas, E. Mediavilla y J. J. Fuensalida, “A new technique for performing two‑dimensional spectroscopy of objects of large dynamic range: the binary system HD 167605 A+B”, 1998, The Astrophysical Journal, 505; L43-L46.
    • S. Arribas, E. Mediavilla, B. García-Lorenzo y C. del Burgo, “Stellar and ionized-gas kinematics of the Seyfert 1 galaxy NGC 3516”, 1997, The Astrophysical Journal, 490; 227-237.
    • E. Mediavilla, S. Arribas, B. García-Lorenzo y C. del Burgo, “Stellar and ionized-gas kinematics in the circumnuclear galaxy NGC 7331”, 1997, The Astrophysical Journal, 488; 682-693.
    • B. García-Lorenzo, E. Mediavilla, S. Arribas y C. del Burgo, “Evidence of two cinematically different stellar systems in NGC 1068”, 1997, The Astrophysical Journal, 483; L99-L102.
    • S. Arribas, E. Mediavilla y B. García-Lorenzo y C. del Burgo, “Biconical radiation field and outflow in NGC 1068: location of the hidden nucleus”, 1996, The Astrophysical Journal, 463; 509-521.
    • E. Mediavilla y S. Arribas, “Two-dimensional spectroscopy of the Seyfert galaxies NGC 5728 and 4151 in the [O III] ll4959, 5007 and Haspectral ranges”, 1995, Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 276, 579-591.
    • Arribas, S. y Mediavilla, E., “Complex ionization structure and kinematics in the circumnuclear region of NGC 3227”, 1994, Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 437, 149-161.
    • E. Mediavilla y S. Arribas, “Evidence for an offset active nucleus in the Seyfert galaxy NGC3227”, 1993, Nature, Vol 365, 420-422.

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