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     Date Submitted:24-02-2011
     Last Modified:27-02-2011 (04:56)
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsTo Whom It May Concern, I am currently finishing the Master in Aerospace Science and Technology at the Technical University of Catalunya (UPC). I am also carrying out a project in the field of fluid dynamics in the Department of Applied Physics at the
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    Date of Birth:                     August 8th 1988

     

    OBJECTIVES

    Seeking a challenging and rewarding technical internship in a well established Aerospace and Aeronautic facility where I can develop and enhance my technical skills

     

    EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

     

    Year 2010. Master Course MAST: Master in Aerospace Science and Technology in EETAC-UPC, Castelldefels.

    • Expected Graduation Date: March 2011

    Year 2009. Graduate with 7,63/10 in Aeronautic Technical Engineering with specialization in Air Navigation Systems and Technologies in EETAC - UPC, Castelldefels.

    Year 2009.   Carrying out a Microgravity project with a Sonoluminescence experiment for Parabolic flights ESA (European Space Agency).

    • Published work: Jordi Bas Espargaró, Eloi Cortés Catalan, Eduardo Fortes Galera, Anna Garcia Sabaté, Ricard González-Cinca, Design of a Multibubble Sonoluminescence Experiment for Microgravity Platform, Microgravity Science and Technology (MST) Review, Submitted.

    Year 2008.   Neuro-Linguistic Programation (NLP) initiation curse.

    Year 2007.   One month stay in Boston with Education First (EF) School EF English Diploma obtained.

    Year 2006.    High School Diploma in Escola Andorrana.

    Year 2001.    D.E.L.F and A5 level certificate obtained in Lycée of Andorra

    Year 1999.    Graduated in solfeggio obtained in Conservatory of Andorra.

     

    COMPUTING SKILLS

     

    Software

    • FLUENT & GAMBIT (Ansys) with speciality in VOF method.
    • Matlab and Matlab Simulink
    • LabView and Pspice
    • Solid Edge mechanical drawings
    • Autocad drawings
    • Microsoft office
    • Adobe Lightroom

    Programming

    • C++, Visual Basic and Qt
    • Matlab
    • FLUENT: UDF (User Defined Functions)

     

    Operating Systems

    • Mac OS
    • Windows
    • Linux OS


     

    AWARDS

     

    June 2010.  UPC (University polytechnic of Catalonia) Award to the best research work done in the Microgravity Laboratory of 2009-2010 with UPC-EETAC Physics Department. (Directed by Dr. Ricard GONZALEZ-CINCA)

    December 2008. Selected finalist for ESA “Flight Your Thesis 09”

     

    EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

     

    Winter 2010.        Internship at French Space Agency CNES (Centre Nationale d’Etudes Spatiales), at Evry-Paris center for 5 months. Activity: Study of the fluid behaviour for isothermal sloshing and surface tension predominant cases, for liquid propellant tank of JAXA launchers. Used Gambit and Fluent with UDF’s and Schemes in order to achieve the study.

    Autumn 2009.     Teaching private classes of Fluent & Gambit in VOF (Volume of Fluid) method

    Spring 2009.      Quality department in MAZEL Engineers.       Activity: Engineer

    Summer 2008.   Coordinator of flights in SERVISAIR, Barcelona airport.

     

    COURSES AND CONGRESSES

     

    December 2009.  Michael D. Griffin lectures, NASA ex-administrator, Barcelona (MAST).

    October 2009.         Third International Aeronautics Symposium (IAS), Sabadell.

    December 2008.   ESA “Flight Your Thesis 09” selected for final phase: Presentation and Selection of Teams, with Acoubus Team. At Cologne (EAC-ESA)

    • Resolution: Selected for Drop Tower Facility.

    September 2008.  John D. Anderson seminar: Fundamentals of Aerodynamics. Castelldefels, Barcelona (UPC)

    August 2008.   LabView programming seminar: Lab Automation and  interfacing techniques. Barcelona (UPC)

    May 2008.  BAIE (Aerospace and Aeronautical enterprises of Catalonia) General Assembly. Barcelona

     

    LANGUAGES

     

     

    Understanding

    Speaking

    Writing

    English

    Excellent

    Excellent

    Excellent

    French

    Excellent

    Fluent

    Moderate

    Spanish

    Native

    Native

    Native

    Catalan

    Native

    Native

    Native

     

    ACTIVITIES AND INTERESTS

    Enthusiast with astronomy and space physics. Camp monitor in Andorra since four years and I played five years piano and six years the drums. Since one year and a half I have been studying by myself the photography art, practicing with my lasts travels in Morocco (Marrakesh, Fez, Ouarzazat, Casablanca), France (Paris), Netherlands (Groningen), Croatia (Zadar, Zagreb) and Italy (Rome, Milano, Genova)

     

    Driving licence:

     

                A1 and B1 corresponding to car and motorcycle (125cc) licences.

     

     

    REFEREES

    • Dr. Ricard González-Cinca
      Master Course Director
      E-mail: ricard.gonzalez(at)upc.edu

     

    • Dr. Benjamin LEGRAND
      CNES Engineer
      E-mail: benjamin.legrand(at)cnes.fr

     

    • Dr. Adeline de Montalur
      E-mail: adeline.de.montlaur(at)upc.edu

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