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SSL, a company known for building communications satellites and spacecraft systems, will help the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center define its next generation of protected military communications, the Maxar Technologies company announced Aug. 16. SpaceNews.com
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Descartes Labs announced Aug. 15 a partnership with Airbus to feed high resolution global imagery into its geospatial data platform. The Sante Fe, New Mexico-based startup also completed beta testing of its cloud-based “data refinery,” and added weather data. SpaceNews.com
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International mistrust in space could become a bigger problem as the commercial space industry continues to grow and demand a peaceful environment to do business. SpaceNews.com
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NASA says an Aug. 14 test of an engine for the Space Launch System was a success despite an unspecified “facility issue” that caused the test to end early. SpaceNews.com
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ESA is pushing European industry to continue innovating and finding efficiencies even after Vega C’s introduction in 2019 and Ariane 6’s debut in 2020. SpaceNews.com
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China will launch its Chang’e-4 lander and rover mission in December in what will be the first ever attempt at a soft landing on the far side of the moon, authorities said Aug. 15 SpaceNews.com
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NASA has done a good job implementing the recommendations of its latest planetary science decadal survey despite past budget problems, but needs to improve some programs, a recent report concluded. SpaceNews.com
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The Air Force will use “rapid procurement authorities” in this program and is targeting the first next-generation OPIR launch in 2023. SpaceNews.com
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The Pentagon's Joint Oversight Requirements Council will be briefed this fall on potential solutions to a major national security vulnerability: hypersonic weapons that fly into space at supersonic speeds and descend back down to Earth directly on top of targets. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:24-03-2011
     Last Modified:07-12-2012 (10:21)
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     Current job:Engineering Leadership Development Programme
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsMPhys, physics, Oxford, astrophysics, atmospheric physics, chemistry, mathematics, ESA, Young Graduate Trainee, YGT, human spaceflight, HSF, Rolls-Royce, stress, thermal, Joint Strike Fighter, Teach First, teaching, particle physics, accelerator physics,
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    Education

    Oct 2004 – Jun 2008: MPhys Physics, University of Oxford, Lady Margaret Hall

    * 1st class (ranked in top 5% of year, average mark 80%)
    * Master’s project, “Near-Earth Asteroid Sample Return Remote Sensing Instrumentation”, contributed to ESA Marco Polo mission
    * Specialism in astrophysics and physics of atmospheres and oceans.

    Sep 2003 – Jun 2004: A-levels, Foyle and Londonderry College

    * 4 A grades: physics (100%), chemistry (97%), mathematics (97%), English literature (92%)
    * Awarded Institute of Physics medal for top result in Northern Ireland
    * 1 of 4 secondary school students from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland selected to participate in the 36th International Chemistry Olympiad, medalist in the competition in Kiel, Germany.

    Employment

    Sep 2011 - present: Engineering Leadership Development Programme, Rolls-Royce plc (Derby and Bristol, UK; Seletar, Singapore)

    * Currently engaged in a rapid design and make project for F-35B Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) cost saving, including project management, design, manufacture, and test
    * Project managed manufacturing technology developments, conducted competitor intelligence for Executive Vice President, and achieved the highest performance rating in second six-month rotation
    * Assisted work package owner for critical parts in the Trent XWB engine, managed and closed safety issues, including presenting to project chief engineer, and achieved the second-highest performance rating in first six-month rotation.

    Aug 2010 - Jul 2011: Young Graduate Trainee, Directorate of Human Spaceflight, European Space Agency (ESA) (Noordwijk, the Netherlands)

    * Developed and implemented a review process for International Space Station experiments that attracted over 180 proposals
    * Surveyed analogue locations and facilities, assisting with the field testing of EUROBOT in Seville, Spain
    * Completed introductory courses on space systems engineering and human spaceflight mission analysis and design.

    Jul 2008 – Jul 2010: Science Teacher (Teach First), Data Analyst, Oasis Academy Hadley (London, UK)

    * Selected to join charity which places graduates in challenging secondary schools after 6 weeks', rather than the usual 1 year's, initial teacher training
    * Highly commended (top 3 of c. 50) science teaching that helped raise school's results above the national target for the first time, finalist at Teach First annual awards as a result.
    * Led whole-school (c. 100 staff) training sessions and received 'outstanding' ratings for lessons.

    Experiences

    Aug 2011: Intern, European Space Policy Institute (Vienna, Austria)

    * Took advantage of a month between jobs to volunteer my time for the Institute.
    * Completed a 10,000-word contribution to the Institute's flagship publication, Yearbook on Space Policy.

    Jul 2007 – Sep 2007: Summer Student, John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science (Oxford, UK)

    * Conducted an extensive research dig, summarising large volumes of data concisely
    * Developed simulations of high-energy particle beams in C++
    * Produced reports that the head of the research group found “very useful”.

    Jul 2006 – Aug 2006: Summer Intern, Virtual Engineering Department, Olympus Corporation (Tokyo, Japan)

    * Evaluated new optical design software (CODE V) by comparing it to experiment
    * Developed strong communication skills, presenting at technical meetings to audiences with varying levels of English
    * Adapted quickly to working abroad, finishing first assignment one week early.

    Aug 2005: Summer Student, University of Umeå Human Spaceflight Summer Course (Kiruna, Sweden)

    * Awarded distinction in final exams for team analysis and planning of future human space missions
    * Selected by group members to present our work at a student conference in Kingston University, and later on at the Institute of Directors, London.

    Other skills and activities

    Computing: HTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL, C/C++, IDL
    Languages: English (native), French (conversational)
    Interests: Music (youth orchestra tours to US, Canada and continental Europe 2000-2004), Hiking and road cycling (Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award 2004, and Outward Bound course, 2003).


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