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     Date Submitted:15-01-2011
     Last Modified:14-05-2011 (07:14)
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     Current job:Space Systems Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     Keywordsspace, systems engineering, team worker, communications skills, cranfield, mission concepts, astronautics, spacecraft operations, mission analysis and design

    Date of Birth : 11th January 1987
    French nationality


    EDUCATION 2010 – to present Astronautics and Space Engineering MSc at Cranfield University (United Kingdom)
    Space Mission Analysis and Design, Space Systems Engineering, Astrodynamics, Space Propulsion, Spacecraft Attitude and Control
    • HAM-E (Hypervelocity Artificial Meteoroid Experiment) Design Project: this project aims to enter one or more objects (meteorites) representative of astronomical bodies, in order to expand current knowledge concerning hypervelocity atmospheric entry of natural bodies
    • in charge of Orbit/Trajectory Design A medium-size mission that could be involved into ESA’s Science Programme for a launch in 2022

    2009-2010 Aeronautics and Space Engineering MSc at E.P.F, Engineering School – fifth of five year course (Paris - France)
    • Aerospace Design Project regarding Aircraft (Fighter) Design and Performance Modeling supervised by Dassault Aviation (FR)
    • Space Design Project regarding Launch Vehicle Design supervised by EADS Astrium ST (FR)

    2005 - 2009 Industrial Systems Engineering at Ecole d’Ingénieurs en Génie des Systèmes Industriels (E.I.G.S.I) Industrial Systems Engineering School - four of a five year course in a multidiciplinary environment (La Rochelle - France)
    • Option in Mechanical Systems Design and Industrialization (2009)
    • Option in Space Sciences and Introduction of Astrodynamics (one semester at Université Laval – Québec – Canada – 2008)

    2005 Lycée Saint Jean-Baptiste de la Salle Baccalauréat (A-levels) at Lycée Saint Jean Baptiste de la Salle (Nantes - France) Mathematics, Physics-Chemistry, with an option in Engineering Sciences (Mechanical, Electrical, applied physics)

    WORK EXPERIENCE In the field of Aerospace and Space:
    March to August 2010 ONERA : The French Aerospace Lab Graduate Training Period at O.N.E.R.A, the French Aerospace Lab (Palaiseau - France), working in the department of Aerospace Systems Design and Evaluation
    • Analysis of a UAV system, Design of Performance Tests to evaluate UAV system capability Skills: Managing a multidisciplinary approach of a UAV mission Research and autonomy skills Time/Work management abilities Oral presentation skills

    June & July 2008 Training Period at THALES ALENIA SPACE (Cannes - France), working in the department of Assembly, Integration and Tests (AIT)
    • Design of a typical AIT area for communications satellites in clean rooms of AIT department Skills: Awareness of AIT processes (building and testing) Global knowledge of space industry issues Requirements/constraints collecting and trade-offs processing Decision making Working in a under-pressure environment

    Other fields: 2006-2010 Personal mathematics and physics teacher for high school pupils

    Communication skills (delivering a clear message) Analysis of understanding difficulty Methods and monitoring
    Languages French: Native language English: Fluent (TOEIC test: 795/990 passed in April 2009) German: Good understanding (reading and writing)

    Personality & Qualities
    Strong leadership capabilities Problem-solving skills Team worker Persuasive, confident, communicative and upbeat Time management skills Methodical and organized
    Computer Sciences Well versed in word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, project management software Good skills to handle computer aid design (CAD) as CATIA V5 and finite elements method (FEM) software as Abaqus CAE and to utilize Satellite Tool Kit Abilities to use programming or modeling software as Matlab/Simulink, C/C++

    Certificates & Licenses
    French driving license First Aid Certificate 2010 (graduated to operate alone or in team to rescue people)

    Hobbies & Interests Fashion and Sport Photography and Astrophotography Travelling in order to discover new cultures and expand photographic skills Reading literature about space missions (ESA’s and NASA’s website), attending scientific conferences, or listening to TED talks Teaching students academic working methods, looking after young people in difficulty
    Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society Member of the Cranfield Astronomical Society, learning astrophysics sciences

    Mr Olivier Paccaud Director of Engineering Studies EIGSI – Engineering School olivier.paccaud(at) 
    Dr Stephen Hobbs Head of Space Research Centre School of Engineering - Cranfield University s.e.hobbs(at)

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