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     Date Submitted:25-01-2011
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     Current job:Young Graduate Trainee - European Space Agency
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     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsRadiation, Space Environment, Electronics
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    PROFESSIONAL CAREER:

     

    2010 - present:One year contract at the European Space Agency (ESA) Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Noordwijk (The Netherlands) as a Young Graduate Trainee. Work related to radiation effects on microelectronic devices carried out in the Space Environments and Effects section of the Technical and Quality management directorate.

    2009 – 2010:   Research contract in the “High Energy Physics” group of the Complutense University in Madrid (UCM), analyzing scientific gamma-ray data from NASA’s “Fermi” satellite mission and carrying out performance based optimization of the design of the future ground based gamma-ray Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) observatory. Regular stays at the Max-Planck Institute of Munich, were the project was based.

    Summer 2008: Part time contract during 2 months (300 hours) participating in research and development of components in radio frequencies for electronic countermeasures as a student in internship period according to the agreement between the university UCM and Indra Sistemas, S.A.

    2007 – 2008:   Tutor student cooperating in the teaching of the subject “Calculus I” of the first year of the Physics degree at UCM.

    Since 2005:      Giving private lessons in physics and mathematics at secondary and first year university level.

     

    ACADEMIC HISTORY:

     

    2009-2010:    Master of Science inFundamental Physicsobtained with a research grant at the “High Energy Physics” group of UCM developing the masters final project titled “High Energy Astrophysics in the Era of the Satellite borne observatory Fermi” (final score of 8.5/10, amongst best 10%).

    2009-present:  Studying towards the Degree of Economics (Grado en Economía) through the Spanish National Distance University (UNED).

    2004-2009:     Physical Science Degree (Licenciado en Ciencias Físicas) at the UCM (Madrid, Spain) with specialization in Fundamental Physics (final score of 8.1/10, amongst best 5%). Participant in the European student exchange program “Erasmus” in the Faculty of Physical Sciences of the “Terza Università Statale di Roma” (Rome, Italy) during the 2008-09 academic year.

    2004:  Title of Baccalaureate in Sciences and Engineering with Exceptional Honor awarded by the Institute of Secondary Education “Las Encinas” in Madrid (Spain). Accepted for University (entrance test score of 9.58/10)

    June 2002:       Graduate degree in Secondary Compulsory Education awarded by the Institute of Secondary Education “Las Encinas” in Madrid (Spain).

    1998-2001:       Secondary studies in the School for the Education of children of personnel of the European Institutions of Munich (Germany), receiving lectures in English, German and Spanish.   

     

    COURSES:

     

    February 2011:   Introduction to Project Risk Management course (ESTEC internal training course) in Noordwijk (Netherlands) providing an overview of the risk management process and risk assessment and estimation techniques.

    September 2010: Introduction to Space Systems Engineering course(ESTEC internal training course through the University of Southampton), in Noordwijk (Netherlands)providing a broad view of the space mission and an insight into the working of its systems and how the interact with each other.

     

    May 2010:  Basic First Aid course, Spanish Red     Cross.

    April 2010:        Participant in the “School on Fermi science tools” data analysis course at the “Universidad Autónoma de Madrid” (UAM) working on the data processing from NASA’s gamma-ray satellite mission “Fermi”.

    2009: One semester (100 hour) electronics course at the Electronic Engineering faculty of the "Roma Tre" Statal University (Rome, Italy), learning the functional principles of the main devices (diodes, bipolar transistors and field effect transistors) and their main applications in electronic circuits, particularly as logic gates and amplifiers.             

    2006: Drivers license type B.

     

    COMPUTING SKILLS

     

    • Experience in scientific programming and modeling of physical systems.
    • Knowledge of the general-purpose programming language C++.
    • Knowledge of the Linux operating system.
    • Extensive use of Excel, Word and Power Point.
    • Use of the general-purpose analogue electronic simulator “SPICE”.
    • Use of the algebra system “MAPLE” for system simulation purposes and as a calculus tool.
    • Work with the numerical computing software “MATLAB”.
    • Use of the Geant4 Monte Carlo toolkit for the simulation of the interaction of particles and matter.

     

     

    LANGUAGE SKILLS:

    • Spanish:mother tongue
    • English:fluent in oral and written comprehension and expression (three year residence in San Diego CA, USA). Working language at the European Space Agency. Certificate of level C1 plus in English language according to the European reference.
    • German:very good in comprehension and good in written and oral expression (three year residence in Munich, Germany). Certificate of level B2 in German language according to the European reference.
    • Italian:very good in comprehension and oral expression and good in written expression (10 month participation in the Erasmus program in Rome, Italy).
    • French:good in comprehension and average in oral and written expression.

     

    SPORT AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES:

    • Member of the Madrid Football Federation since 1992, of the Football Federation of Bavaria (Germany) from 1998 until 2000 and of the Dutch Football Federation since 2010.
    • Inter-culturally educated and aware through extended travel and residence in different countries.

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