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Fri, 24 Mar 2017 21:30:00 +0100
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Thu, 23 Mar 2017 08:36:00 +0100
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Wed, 22 Mar 2017 15:00:00 +0100
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Wed, 22 Mar 2017 14:47:00 +0100
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Wed, 22 Mar 2017 08:33:00 +0100
Arianespace’s second Ariane 5 launch of 2017 has been rescheduled for March 23, as continuation of the social movement in French Guiana has prevented today’s transfer of the heavy-lift vehicle to its ELA-3 launch zone. If the situation permits, the mission – designated Flight VA236 in Arianespace’s numbering system – will lift off on March 23 as early as possible within the following window: Between 4:31 p.m. and 7:20 p.m., Washington D.C. time Between ...
Tue, 21 Mar 2017 15:30:00 +0100
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Tue, 21 Mar 2017 10:00:00 +0100
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Mon, 20 Mar 2017 22:21:00 +0100
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Mon, 20 Mar 2017 15:57:00 +0100
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Mon, 20 Mar 2017 13:02:00 +0100
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Mon, 20 Mar 2017 09:01:00 +0100
Arianespace’s dual-payload mission to orbit telecommunications satellites for Brazil and South Korea has been given the go-ahead for a March 21 liftoff from the Spaceport in French Guiana, carrying the SGDC and KOREASAT-7 relay platforms. The approval came at the completion of today’s Launch Readiness Review, which confirmed the “go” status of Ariane 5, its two payloads, the Spaceport launch infrastructure and the network of flight trajectory tracking stations. Th...
Sun, 19 Mar 2017 02:45:00 +0100
A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV rocket carrying the ninth Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS-9) satellite for the United States Air Force lifted off from Space Launch Complex-37 on March 18 at 8:18 p.m. EDT. "This launch commemorates the 70th anniversary of the USAF." said Laura Maginnis, ULA vice president of Government Satellite Launch. "We are absolutely honored to play a role in this important milestone, while safely delivering WGS-9 to orbit." This mission was launched aboard a Delta...
Sun, 19 Mar 2017 02:42:00 +0100
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Fri, 17 Mar 2017 11:14:00 +0100
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Thu, 16 Mar 2017 15:00:00 +0100
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Thu, 16 Mar 2017 11:00:00 +0100
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     Date Submitted:02-09-2010
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     KeywordsGalileo Search and rescue MEOLUT
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    System and Telecom Engineer

     

    Personal Profile

     

    I am a qualified Telecom Engineer with 6 years testing experience, including 4 years in the French Telecom industry. My contribution to Telecom companies such as Indra Espacio, Texas Instruments and Philips in particular proved to be a success. I facilitated digital and analogue validation tests of a UMTS modem ASIC by automating the testing environment via GPIB and UART standards. It resulted by a significant gain of time=money to the company. I have gained skills in SIM card connectivity validation of a Low-Cost GPRS ASIC. I possess a scientific, analytic and a proactive mind and I am fond of new technological advancements. After 4 years experience in France, I decided to expand my experience to international markets and enhance my level of expertise as a creative Telecom Engineer. I have worked 1.5 year in a start-up company based in Cambridge, UK. I had the opportunity to work on Wireless USB, which is a new emerging technology. After this first successful experience abroad, I got a second opportunity in space industry in Barcelona, Spain as a Software Engineer. I have well developed interpersonal and technical skills and I am confident in my capabilities in delivering a first class job in whichever capacity I am employed in. My interpersonal and communication skills allow me to efficiently interact with customers or co-worker. I am able to communicate fluently using english, spanish and french languages.

    My ultimate aim is to change my current position to some new management activities for creating and developing innovative projects. I will be an asset to any organisation that employs me and will successfully contribute to the development of both Software and/or Hardware concepts and solutions.

     

    Personal INFORMATION

     

    Nationality: French

    Sex: Male

    Address: BARCELONA 08032

    ESPAÑA

     

    EDUCATION

     

    2002 - 2004: Master’s Degree in Engineering at ESINSA School (Sophia-Antipolis, France) in a work-based Learning-program (Electronic, Telecom, Quality, Management and Communication)

    1999 - 2001: DUT (Nice, France) in electronics and industrial computer science

    1998: Scientific Baccalaureate with AB distinction

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    References available upon request via LinkedIn professional network

     

    May 2008 – Now Software Engineer 

    Indra Sistemas (Barcelona, Spain)

     

    Installation of MEOLUT prototype part of Galileo European program managed by ESA (CNES, France):

    • Hardware installation management: network resources, communication between equipments
    • Startup sequence checking: from start-up of system until shutdown
    • System testing at Software level: On-Site testing in nominal conditions of input data
    • Bug detection and fixing at system level

     

    Validation of geo-localization algorithm on MEOLUT prototype:

    • development of basic tests for SDIO: initialization sequence, CCCR registers, testing and functional testing
    • porting of geo-localization algorithm from Matlab to C
    • improving and tuning of algorithm, defining of nominal/best/worst case scenarios for performance
    • maintenance of system tests, defining of new tests, bug fixing

     

    March 2007 – May 2008 Software Engineer

    Artimi (Cambridge, UK)

     

    Validation of SDIO module of a WUSB solution:

    • development of basic tests for SDIO: init sequence, CCCR registers, testing and functional testing

    • programming of both device and host sides for checking all features and performance of SDIO Device
    • driver layer writing for integration in existing firmware on device side

    WUSB firmware development:

    • long PIN implementation for security

    • connection algorithm

    System testing: throughput measurement, range measurement, USB association

     

    July 2006 – Dec 2006 Software Performance Engineer

    Texas Instruments Ltd (Villeneuve-Loubet, FR)

     

    • 2 Baseband Chipset Solutions: GSM/GPRS (ARM7/DSP C54) Digital and Multimedia/E-GPRS (ARM926/DSPc55.x) Digital Baseband Chipset Solution

       

    • Power Consumption Test Cases (ECTEL TW09 DRX2/5/9, GSM) on Agilent Network Simulator
    • Measurement of consumed memory (Flash, Ext/Int RAM), comparison to targets defined by marketing.
    • Communication with all SW layers teams for identifying root cause of issue
    • (defects raised, Testing of new release / patch)
    • Interaction with Marketing and Architecture Teams (interpretation of results)
    • Automation of Power Measurement Test Bench (RTD, results recuperation, logs)

     

    Jan 2005 - July 2006 Hardware Validation Engineer

    Texas Instruments Ltd (Villeneuve-Loubet, FR)

     

    • GSM/GPRS (ARM7/DSP C54) Digital Baseband Chipset Solution
    • Silicon Validation Unitary Modules Testing (C/Assembler coded) DMA, I2C, RHEA, SPI, UART, Camera Core, VSP, DSP API, TPU DRP, CLKM, INTH
    • Full validation of USIM I/F (validation plan built with functional spec, validation report)
    • Bugs Tracking about security tasks, BOOTROM access, power management / wakeup (Bugs replication, tracking of correct implementation of fix)
    • External Memory Interface Characterization (max/min timing function of temperature and voltage)
    • Pre Silicon RTL Verification (Use Cases using several block units)
    • ModelSIM simulation (dataflow debug, chronograms analysis)

     

    Sept 2001 - Oct 2004 HW Validation Engineer Trainee

    Philips Semiconductors (FR) Ltd

     

    • Silicon Validation - Unitary Modules Testing on GSM/UMTS chipsets solution (RAM access, power consumption), FPGA programming
    • Analogue Signals measurement on development board
    • Fully developed Automation Project of digital and analogue tests for an UMTS platform (Requirements specification, functional specification definition (UML), SW development, coding HMI with LabWindows/CVI
    • Download of test cases among available test cases on local disk
    • GPIB controlling of NI-DAQ card for DAC/ADC measurements
    • RS232 control via Hyperterminal (built emulator in HMI)
    • Validation Team Training

     

    Sept 2000 - Sept 2001 Automation Trainee Engineer

    Siemens Automation SAS, Nice La Plaine

     

    • 3rd level Supervision Project with a communication interface: IP21 from AspenTech
    • S7-400 Automate programming with STEP7/Simatic Manager SW Suite (Graphcets, Functional blocks)
    • Development on WinCC Supervision SW (synoptic, graphics analysis)
    • Processing Data picked-up via OPC I/F
    • Processing Data stored under Excel via DDE link

     

    LANGUAGES

     

    French native language

    English fluent level, written and spoken (6 years study + TOEIC + 1 year in England)

    Spanish fluent level (2 years in Barcelona)

    German common level (8 years study)

     

    COURSES

     

    Professional courses in France: ESD, GPRS/EDGE, CMMI

     

    SKILLS

     

    Protocols/Norms:

    TCP/IP, GSM, UMTS, WiMAX, GPRS, PCI, USB, IEEE1394, HDLC, TCP/IP, I2C, UART, ECTEL TW09

    Linux, Solaris, Windows, Office applications.

    C/C++, VHDL, HTML, PERL, Assembler, Shell/ Secured Shell scripting,

    Test planning, Feasibility Study, Requirement Specification, Documentation.

     

    Strongest Skills: GSM, SAR, HW Validation, Test Bench Measurement and Automation, Linux.

     

    Strongest Qualities:

    • committed
    • willing to learn
    • open towards new technologies
    • working both individually and in teams
    • open towards engineering

     

    TOOLS

     

    Computer Science: PC Windows NT, Windows 98, 2000, XP, LINUX, UNIX

     

    Langages: Assembleur, C, C++, JAVA, HTML, VHDL, Perl, PHP.

     

    CAD: Code Composer Studio (CCS), Lauterbach Trace32, MENTOR GRAPHICS (ModelSIM), XILINX (M1, Foundation, Alliance, BaseX), ALTERA (MAX+II), MATLAB, LABWINDOWS, Design Sync, Rational Clearcase, CVS

     

    Processors: INTEL (Pentium), ARM7, ARM9, DSP c54x

     

    Compilers: Borland C++

     

    Components: XILINX (VIRTEX), Lattice
     

    Protocols/Norms: GSM, UMTS, GPRS, PCI, USB, IEEE1394, HDLC, TCP/IP, I2C, ECTEL TW09
     

    Instrumentation: LABWINDOWS/CVI, Spectrum Analyzer, signal generator, RF Probes
     

    Frequency Bands: GSM, UMTS, UWB, S Band
     

    Methodologies: V Cycle, UML (Rational Rose), ISO 9001

     

     

    NON-PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS

     

    European Driving Licence (car and motorbike).
    Sports: Kitesurfing, surfing, water sports, running, squash.
    Hobbies: Travels, cinema, music, museums.


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