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     Date Submitted:24-03-2011
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     Current job:Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsProject Management and Mechanical Engineer
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    DATE OF BIRTH: 19th February 1976

    EXPERIENCE

    Astronautic Technology (M) Sdn. Bhd.

    Manager (Research, Development & Commercialization, RDC) February 2010 – Present:
    - Specializing in space systems research, development and commercialization products.
    - Product Marketing: Preparation of all space product proposals, trainings and technology transfer programs, brochures and product development
    - R&D initiatives for space systems based on customer needs and requirements, and acquiring financial funds through government and commercial grants scheme.
    - ISO9001:2008 Committee and Internal Auditor: Coordinate and prepare the ISO9001:2008 accreditation including Quality Manual and Six Mandatory Procedures, processes, forms and records. Perform internal audits for every six (6) months to determine the effectiveness of the standardization in processes and procedures, improvements in quality, corrective and preventive actions, and assuring records are kept in order.

    Manager (Engineering) March 2007 – Jan 2010:
    - Specializing in space systems project management and overall space systems programs and product development quality assurance.
    - Project Management: Activities involve from managing day-to-day satellite projects that includes feasibility study, conceptual design, satellite design and analysis, major design reviews, monitoring the manufacturing and procurement of the satellite modules/components, satellite assembly, integration and tests activities from prototype to flight readiness phase of the development cycle, and controlling the satellite’s in-orbit operations.
    - Product Quality Assurance: assuring all product developments and activities follows according to the standard operating procedures (SOP) and perform annual internal audits for related engineering procedures.

    Senior Engineer / Group Leader (Mechanical & Propulsion) Jan. 2003 – Feb 2007:
    - Designed and analyzed satellite mechanical structures including mechanical design, structural analysis, mass & volume budgets, and materials.
    - Designed and analyzed satellite on-board propulsion systems for in-orbit attitude control systems.
    - Analyzed satellite orbital path and trajectory to ensure safe launch and disposal of the satellite mission.
    - Analyzed the launch vehicle (rocket) selection and established a formulated trade-off quantitative analysis scheme for ease in future selection process.

    Mechanical / Propulsion Engineer (Dec 1999- July 2004)
    - Designed and analyzed satellite mechanical/structural and propulsion systems and acted as a system engineer and project leader

    PROJECTS

    Innovative Nano-class Satellite Development (CubeSAT) Programme Manager (Nov 2006 – June 2009)
    - Coordinate and manage the programme development activities from programmatic issues, engineering exercises and financial aspects.
    - The programme completed the development phases of assembly, integration and tests phase which involves integrating the satellite subsystems components and perform environmental tests (thermal cycle, thermal vacuum, sine-sweep and random vibration) to qualify the satellite for flight-worthiness approval with the selected launch vehicle.
    - Currently, the satellite is ready for launch and in-flight operations

    Secondary Payload Adapter & Separation Systems (SPASS) Programme Manager (Feb 06 – Aug 08)
    - Coordinate and manage the programme development activities from programmatic issues, engineering exercises and financial aspects with two US partners (i) Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX), and (ii) Space Access Technologies (SAT).
    - SPASS is a development of secondary payload adapter (platform) on SpaceX Falcon1 launch vehicle to carry small multiple satellites as secondary payloads to space with a large primary satellite.
    - Paid customers includes (i) NASA Ames Research Center satellite (PreSAT), (ii) NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (NanoSail-D), and (iii) US Air Force Operational Responsive Space Office (JumpStart).

    Malaysian Astronaut Programme (Angkasawan) Hardware Certification and Logistics Coordinator (Oct 06 – Nov 07)
    - Responsible for hardware certification process on equipment that would be utilized by the astronaut in the International Space Station (ISS).
    - Activities involves containment design of the experiment hardware, qualification and acceptance test activities to meet the flight safety requirement, hardware preparation prior to launch and a member of the technical team stationed at control centre throughout astronaut mission assignment in ISS.
    - Preparation of experiment hardware logistics from Malaysia to Moscow, Russia and to Baikonur, Kazakhstan, and return of experiment hardware upon landing to Malaysia.

    Solid Rocket Propulsion Research Programme Programme Manager (Aug 2004-Mar 2007)
    - Coordinate and manage the programme development activities from programmatic issues, engineering exercises and financial aspects.
    - Synthesized the mission requirement into establishing a technical design requirement.
    - Analyzed system performance and characterizing the thermal-fluid and combustion aspect of the system.

    Small Payload Orbit Transfer Vehicle (SPORT) Programme Project Leader / Systems Engineer (Feb. 2001 - Dec. 2002)
    - Attached at AeroAstro Inc. which is based in Virginia, USA for two years in 2001 during this joint-development programme.
    - Primarily involved in the mechanical/structural design/analysis and the rocket propulsion design of the vehicle.
    - Inculcated analytical skills in consolidating industrial solution gained from experienced professionals in AeroAstro Inc.

    SME Aviation Sdn Bhd Assistant Engineer (Oct 1996 – Sep 1997)
    - Production Planning and Control Dept.
    - Responsible in preparation of manufacturing drawings for aircraft assembly “MD3-160 or Aero-3” and logistics of aircraft parts and fasteners.

    EDUCATION

    1997- 1999 : Coventry University, UK
    - B.Eng. (Hons) Aerospace Systems Engineering, July 1999 - Second Class
    - Project: “Aircraft Wing Sections Design and Analysis”

    1994- 1996: Coventry University, UK
    - Higher National Diploma (HND) Aerospace Systems Engineering, July 1996 - Pass
    Project: “ Aircraft Landing Gear Systems”

    1990-1994: Dame Elizabeth Cadbury School, Birmingham, UK
    - GCSE O-level and A-Level in UK

    SKILLS

    Finite Element Analysia (FEA), I-Deas, Mathcad, MATLAB, Satellite Tool Kit (STK), Solidworks, Pro-Engineering, Microsoft Office Package (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project), ISO 9001:2008 Internal Auditor

    AFFILIATIONS

    Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) Graduate Member 


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