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     Date Submitted:09-03-2011
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     Current job:Project Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:,
     KeywordsGround system automation with PLC technology
    CV

    Career objectives

    Be engaged on team where take decisions and responsibilities are a must. IT development engineer with multi-disciplinary skills would be an asset.

     

    Professional  experience

     

    11-2008 / Present                              GTD, SA         Barcelona / French Guyana 

    Type of business

     

    Space industry: launch vehicle facilities automation

    Position held

     

    Project Engineer     

    Main activities / responsibilities

     

    I have been commissioning the Emergency system for the Vega Launcher (BCVE). The platform (involving servers and PLC’s) is installed in the European space port in French Guyana (CSG). I participated in other projects from development to SAT, where I was in charge of the technical part. Technical support to the maintenance team of CSG, too.

    Skills

     

    Mostly I work alone due to the nature of my work, thus I get abilities like self-motivation and be analytical.

    Technical software: UML, Simatic, WinCC, PL7, SVN

     

    02-2008 / 11-2008                             Kontrelmec, SL.         Girona

    Type of business

     

    Labelling & converting: Standard & Full-custom solutions

    Position held

     

    Engineer

    Main activities / responsibilities

     

    Working in the automation department, I coordinated with the electrical and mechanical personnel. I supervised the electrical wiring and I tested and set-up the PLC’s system. I programmed and implemented modifications during customer acceptance stage.

    Skills

     

    I got technical experience and be pragmatic while applying solutions. 

    Technical software: Simatic, SeeElectrical, WinccFlex

     

    10-2007 / 02-2008                             IFP Cobra-Forclum, Aeie.      Girona

    Type of business

     

    Railway construction: French-Spanish high speed line interconnection

    Position held

     

    Engineer

    Main activities / responsibilities

     

    IFP was a European association and in charge of the railway project management. The 5 month contract was designed to get a list of interfaces (GSM-R, power, signalling…) to be tested. I collected and analyzed data from industrials to get a list of interfaces to be tested. It was necessary for the European homologation.

    Skills

     

    I got in touch with big projects development methodology.

     

    05-2007 / 09-2007                             ABB Corporate research, Ltd.           Sweden

    Type of business

     

    Electric power distribution: reliability on HVDC lines

    Position held

     

    Examensjobbare

    Main activities / responsibilities

     

    As part of a research team, I modelled an HVDC controller prototype to assess reliability & availability functions. The aim was to get better knowledge of the hot redundant HVDC controller. Coming from this study, we published an article in CCIA conference.

    Skills

     

    To got results in short time, I was disciplined and detailed.

    Technical software: Riskspecrum, OpenFTA, Matlab

     

    02-2006 / 1-2007                               SECE, SA.        Girona

    Type of business

     

    Electric public facilities: maintenance

    Position held

     

    Engineer    

    Main activities / responsibilities

     

    The principal task was in a revamping project of a wastewater plan. I cabled and programmed the automation part. The other main task; reporting directly to chief office, I coordinated and planed tasks for a 10 people team.

    Skills

     

    In my first job I learnt to be flexible with people and group dynamics. 

    Technical software: CompactLogix, Rsview32

     

    Educational qualification

     

    MSc Automatic Control & Computer Engineering      2007

    UdG, Universitat de Girona

    • Principal subjects/ occupational skills covered

     

    Modules studied include:  Intelligent systems with a basic knowledge of agent technology. Control theory and modelling systems.   

     

     

    Electronic engineering ( 2anys)         2004/2005

    UPC, Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya

    • Principal subjects/ occupational skills covered

     

    Modules studied include: VHDL and microcontrollers design. Semiconductors theory at transistor design level and basics of SOC (system on chip).

    Final year project:  EPFL (Switzerland)  

    Generation of a 3D brain image from 2D real images using image registration techniques. Algorithm implementation for finding sub-thalamic nucleus spatial coordinates to aid Parkinson disease surgery. Developed in C++

     

    MSc in Risk Prevention

    2002/2003

    Fundació de la Universitat de Girona

    • Principal subjects/ occupational skills covered

     

    450 hours of theory about prevention methodologies for industrial machinery. Spanish legislation and European directives.  150 hours of a project, involving an internship.

     

    Industrial engineering ( 3anys)

    1998/2002

    UdG, Universitat de Girona    

    • Principal subjects/ occupational skills covered

     

    Modules studied include: Industrial regulation process based on PLC’s. Power electronics for motor control.  PCB design for simple electronic boards.

    Final year project: UdG

    “Control Fuzzy per a trajectòries de robots mòbils”. Design of a fuzzy controller  which assesses a path for a mobile robot. Controller test on a mobile platform controlled from a PC. Developed in VBasic.

     

    Professional training, IT & Language skills

    Language

    Mother language: Catalan. 

    Fluent in Spanish and English.

    Basic French. 

    IT           

    Expertise:

    PLC-Automation & Scada project development

     

    Software:

    Simatic, RsLogix5000, PL7Pro, UnityPro, RsView32

    Fields of knowledge:

    UML, Reliability analysis, Electrical schema, Signal processing, Local Network management, Databases (MySql), C++, CVS.

     

    Software:

     

    EnterpriseArchitect, SVN, Riskspectrum, OpenFTA, SeeElectrical, Matlab, EasyPHP,  Offfice, AutoCAD, VmWare

    OS:

    Windows and Linux

     

    Publications

    D. Bayona i Bru and J. Meléndez and G. Olguin, “Analysis of Common Cause Failure in Redundant Control Systems Using Fault Trees,” CCIA2007, Andorra.2007

    Others

    Open to relocation.

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