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     Date Submitted:08-01-2011
     Last Modified:24-02-2011 (07:15)
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     Current job:Aerospace engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:US only
     Date available:
     KeywordsStructural mechanics, dynamics, stress analysis, finite element methods, solid rocket motors, composites, composite faulures, launcher, launch environment, re-entry spacecraft, R&D , Nastran, Patran, Abaqus, very motivated, pro-active, good team player

    Aerospace Engineer (French & US double degree)






    GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Atlanta, GA, USA - Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering - Cumulative GPA : 4.0 - Major : Structure Mechanics
    Master Thesis: Failure Prediction for Carbon/Epoxy Tape Laminates.

    SUPAERO - Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace (ISAE), Toulouse, France (Top Ranked French Aerospace Engineering School) - Aerospace Engineer Degree.
    Major : Structure Mechanics

    Lycée du Parc, Lyon: “Classes preparatoires”: Special preparation in Mathematics and
    Physics for a competitive entrance exam to French engineering schools (“Grandes écoles”).
    Program: Physics and Engineering Science.

    Baccalaureate in Maths and Physics passed with distinction.


    April 2009 -


    (20 months)

    (10 months)

    (6 weeks)

    SNECMA PROPULSION SOLIDE, SAFRAN GROUP (Bordeaux, France) Structural Engineer
    In charge of Ariane 5 Solid Rocket Motors (SRMs) post launch measurements analysis
    Development of simulation methods for SRMs response to pressure oscillations
    FE simulations of composite space structures dynamic response to acoustic, shocks and vibratory environments (launch and atmosphere re-rentry).

    GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (Atlanta, GA, USA) Graduate Research Assistant
    Development of methods for accurate predictions of failure through delamination and matrix cracking in carbon/epoxy tape laminate configurations

    SNECMA PROPULSION SOLIDE (France) long term internship
    Simulation of response of composite structures to vibratory environment

    HALTER UAV-PROPELLERS (France) internship
    Stress Analysis in propeller blades in order to improve aeronautical performances of UAV (Unmanned Air Vehicle) Propellers.






    - Makeev A., Seon G., Lee E., “Failure Predictions for Carbon/Epoxy Tape Laminates with Wavy Plies”, Journal of composite materials, 2010, vol. 44, pp. 95-112
    - Nikishkov Y., Makeev A., Seon G., “Finite Element-Based Simulation of Damage in
    Composites”, Proceedings of the American Helicopter Society 65th Forum, 2009
    - Makeev, A., Nikishkov, Y., Seon, G., and Lee, E., "Fatigue Structural Substantiation for
    Thick Composites," Proceedings of 17th International Conference on Composite Materials,

    - Seon G.,“Simulations of the Structural Dynamic Response to Pressure Oscillations of
    Ariane 5 Solid Rocket Boosters”, Proceedings of Space Propulsion 2010 Conference, San Sebastian, Spain, 3-6 May 2010
    - Seon G., Durin G., “Différentes Approches de Simulation du Comportement Dynamique du
    MPS (Moteur à Propulsion Solide d’Ariane 5) Excité par les Oscillations de Pression”,
    Journées Scientifiques OdP, Arcachon, France, 4-6 May 2009



    Mother tongue
    Good working knowledge
    Basic knowledge




    Fortran, C, C++, JAVA,  (basic knowledge)
    MSC Nastran & Patran (advanced knowledge), Abaqus Standard & CAE (advanced
    knowledge), matlab (good working knowledge).
    Windows, Linux, Unix



    Horse-riding, sky-diving, sailing, angling, kayaking, skiing
    Tutored high school students in Maths, Physics and Engineering’s sciences.

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