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     Date Submitted:02-02-2011
     Last Modified:23-03-2012 (11:46)
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     Current job:Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsMatlab Simulink Altium Designer Protel avionics flight control dynamics simulation
    CV

    Education

     

    October 2008 – today                           Military University of Technology in Warsaw, Poland; Mechatronics Faculty, Doctoral Studies. Doctoral thesis title: “Flight dynamic modeling and simulation for control systems synthesis requirements of unmanned aircraft vehicles”.

     

    October2003 – June 2008                    Military University of Technology in Warsaw, Poland; Mechatronics Faculty, Speciality: Avionics. Master of Science (Engineer) in Aviation - Avionics. Thesis title: “Hardware interface project for communication with flight simulator software”.

     

    September 1998 – June 2003               Electronic Engineering High School, Warsaw, Poland; Electronics Technician’s Diploma in specialization: Computer Systems

     

    Work experience

     

    August 2008 – today                            Position:           03.2012 – today            – Senior Engineer.

    08.2008 – 02.2012        – Engineer.

    Employer:        Air Force Institute of Technology, Aero-Engines Division, Warsaw, Poland.

    Tasks:

    ·       designing, assembling and testing prototype electronics circuits;

    ·       installation of developed measurement systems on the jet engines;

    ·       analysis and processing of the data obtained by sensors;

    ·       analogue electronics circuits simulation;

    ·       microcontrollers programming in C language.

     

    Skills obtained:

    ·       experience with schematic capture, simulation and PCB layout software (Altium Designer);

    ·       experience in developing software for data processing and graphical display;

    ·       experience in programming Microchip PIC16 series (MPLAB);

    ·       experience in hand placement of surface mount components.

     

    Trainings:

    ·       Matlab

    1.   MLVI: MATLAB for Data Processing and Visualization;

    2.   MLPR: MATLAB Programming Techniques;

    3.   SLCT: MATLAB and Simulink for Control Design Acceleration;

    ·       protection of classified information.

     


    Licences:

    ·       confidential security clearance valid until year 2020;

    ·       license  to work on the explosive materials, weapons, ammunitions and military equipment production.

     

    February 2007                                      Position:           Internship – Counting Airworthiness Engineer.

    Employer:        FischerAir (PrimaCharter) Airlines, Warsaw, Poland

     

    Tasks:

    ·       maintenance program preparation for Boeing 737 aircraft according to Maintenance Planning Data (MPD) document.

     

    Skills obtained:

    ·       understanding of Part M regulations;

    ·       experience in using aircraft manuals.

     

    September 2006                                   Position:           Internship – Engineer.

    Employer:        Military Aircraft Works No.4 in Warsaw, Poland

     

    Tasks:

    ·       participation in maintenance, repair and overhaul of aircraft jet engines.

     

    Skills obtained:

    ·       knowledge of jet engine construction.

     

    July 2006 – August 2006                      Position:           Sales Assistant.

    Employer:        Decathlon Surrey Quays, London, UK.

     

    Tasks:

    ·       responsibility for all functions of the retail store including sales and customer service.

     

    Skills obtained:

    ·       customer service and communication skills.

     

    Projects

     

    July 2011 – November 2011                 Employer:        Military University of Technology in Warsaw.

     

    Task:                “Avionics system research for verification of flight dynamic simulation model”.

     

    Skills obtained:

    ·       experience in flight dynamic modeling in MATLAB/Simulink.

     

    January 2010 – September 2010          Employer:        Military University of Technology in Warsaw.

     

    Task:                “Elaboration of control, stabilization and navigation algorithms with control system fast prototyping tools usage”.

     

    Skills obtained:

    ·       experience in flight model preparation for Microsoft Flight Simulator software;

    ·       experience in aerodynamics characteristic development with USAF Stability and Control DATCOM software usage.

     


    November 2009 – March 2010              Employer:        Military University of Technology in Warsaw.

     

    Task:                “Data acquisition algorithms verification and dynamic properties identification using data collected in flight”.

     

    Skills obtained:

    ·       experience in experiment (flight) planning for identification data obtaining;

    ·       experience in data processing in MATLAB.

     

    September 2009 – November 2009       Employer:        Military University of Technology in Warsaw.

     

    Task:                “Development of aircraft aerodynamics models in MATLAB/Simulink”.

     

    Skills obtained:

    ·       experience in aircraft aerodynamic model preparation in MATLAB/Simulink with AeroSim toolbox.

     

    March  2009 – October 2009                 Employer:        Military University of Technology in Warsaw.

     

    Task:                “Procedures and graphical interface elaboration for data analysis and visualization”.

     

    Skills obtained:

    ·       experience in MP2028 autopilot module (Micropilot company) usage;

    ·       experience in developing graphical user interface (GUI) in MATLAB.

     

    June 2008 – November 2008                Employer:        Military University of Technology in Warsaw.

     

    Task:                          “Development of ultrasonic close range altimeter system for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle”.

     

    Skills obtained:

    ·       experience with schematic capture and PCB layout software (Protel99);

    ·       8051 microcontroller programming in Keil uVision environment.

     

    February 2007 – February 2008            Employer:        Military University of Technology in Warsaw.

     

    Task:                          “Simulation of flight deck devices in procedural flight simulator and preparation of laboratory station”.

     

    Skills obtained:

    ·       understanding and polish documentation elaboration of Boeing 737NG autopilot system;

    ·       understanding and polish documentation elaboration of Boeing 737NG engine indication and crew alerting system (EICAS);

    ·       experience with schematic capture and PCB layout software (Protel99);

    ·       experience in Boeing 737NG flight control systems simulation.

     


    Inventions

     

    January 2010                                       Invention application:“Method for measuring vibration of the turbo-machine rotor blade with the use of an induction sensor in an environment above the Curie temperature.” Application number: 390904, Application date: 04.01.2010. Inventors: Rokicki, Spychała, Szczepanik, Kaźmierczak

     

    November 2009                                   Invention application:“Method for measuring vibration of the turbo-machine rotor blade with shelf, with the use of an induction sensor”.  Application number: 389600, Application date: 17.11.2009. Inventors: Rokicki, Spychała, Szczepanik, Kaźmierczak

     

     

    Awards

     

    November 2010                                   Silver medal on a 59thInternational Innovation, Research and New Technology Fair "BRUSSELS INNOVA 2010" and Prize of Scientific School of Causality for a “Method for measuring vibration of the turbo-machine rotor blade with the use of an induction sensor in an environment above the Curie temperature.”

     

    June 2008                                            Second awardon a Students International Conference “CERC 2008” at the Military Technical Academy in Romania for a “Boeing 737 passenger aircraft flight deck simulator”

     

    May 2008                                             First awardon a XIII mechatronics seminar at the Military University of Technology for a “Boeing 737 NG flight simulator project”

     

    May 2008                                             First award on a Students Scientific Conference 2008 at the Academy of the Armed Forces in Slovak Republic for a project of “information visualization system for use in passenger aircraft flight deck simulator”

     

    May 2008                                             Third award on a Fifth Students Scientific Conference at the University of Defencein Czech Republic for a project of “Pilot – operator interface in passenger aircraft`s flight deck simulator”

     

    November 2007                                   First award on a Rector Contest at the Military University of Technology for a “Boeing 737 NG flight simulator project”

     

    June 2007                                            First awardon a XIII mechatronics seminar at the Military University of Technology for a “Boeing 737 NG flight simulator project”

     

    June 2006                                            Distinction on a XII mechatronics seminar at the Military University of Technology for a “Boeing 737 NG flight simulator project”

     

    October2004 – June 2011                    The university scholarship for having achieved good results in studies

     

     

    Papers

     

    January 2012                                       Title: „Application of Blade-Tip Sensors to Blade-Vibration Monitoring in Gas Turbines”. Book: „Thermal Power Plants”, ISBN 978-953-307-952-3. Authors: Szczepanik Ryszard, Przysowa Radosław, Spychała Jarosław, Edward Rokicki, Kaźmierczak Krzysztof, Majewski Paweł

     

    March 2011                                          Title:„Example of graphical interface for unmanned aerial vehicle ground control station”. Monograph: „SelectedAspects of Avionics”, Publishing House of Rzeszow University of Technology, 2011, pages 51 – 60. Authors: Kaźmierczak Krzysztof, Rochala Zdzisław, Wojtowicz Konrad

    February 2011                                     Title:„Visualization and analysis of unmanned aerial vehicle flight data”. Monograph: “Scientific Aspects of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles”, Polish Society of  Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Publishing House, 2010. Authors: Kaźmierczak Krzysztof, Rochala Zdzisław, Wojtowicz Konrad

     

    May 2010                                             4th International Conference on Scientific Aspects of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. “Data Analysis and Visualisation of a miniUAV in Flight Research”.

    May 2010                                             4th International Conference on Scientific Aspects of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. “The Flight Simulators of Manned and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles”.

     

    December 2007                                    “Boeing 737 NG passenger airliner cockpit simulator” presentation on a Transcomp 2007 conference

     

    Trainings

     

    August 2006                                        Unigraphics NX2 Certificate of Completion CAD I

     

    June 2004                                           Autodesk Certificate of Completion AutoCad 2002

     

    Language skills:

     

    English                                               speaking (B2), understanding (B2),writing (B2)

                                                               First Certificate in English

     

    Polish                                                 mother language

     

    Other skills

     

    Driving license PL.

     

    Hobbies and Interests

     

    Aviation, Science, Traveling


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