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     Date Submitted:30-03-2011
     Last Modified:08-11-2012 (07:52)
    Job information
     Current job:RF Antenna and Electronics Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services

    Citizenship: Spanish

    Date of Birth: 17 / 09 / 1982

    Marital Status: Single

    Driving Licence: Yes



    Hard-working, organized, responsible and dynamic person. Innovative engineer with strong attention to details and good presentation skills. Excellent team worker with outstanding communication skills.



    To become a program manager within a short-mid term.



    ·       April 2007 – Present JAST-VIASAT (Lausanne, Switzerland)

    Design of RF Antenna Systems for Mobile SatCom applications.

    -        European Space Agency (ESA) projects:

    o    HISAT-ESA project: Design of a Rx-Only Ku-Band Low-Profile antenna for mobile satellite communications.

    o    SATMAX-ESA project: Design of a Tx/Rx Ku-Band Low-Profile antenna for mobile satellite communications.

    o    STREAM-ESA project: Design of multy-system Rx-Only and a Tx-Rx antennas for S-Band satellite and terrestrial mobile communications, GPS navigation and GSM/UMTS services (ESA-STREAM).

    -        Solaris Mobile: Design of a Rx-Only for S-Band satellite and terrestrial mobile communication.

    -        EUTELSAT: Design of a Tx-Only antenna for S-Band satellite and terrestrial mobile communications.

    -        DSO National Laboratories: Design of a dual TX-Rx Ku-Band Low-Profile antenna for mobile satellite communications

    -        AGORABEE: Design of a 800 MHz omni-directionnal antenna for outdoor parking lots.

    Senior Antenna engineer. RF design, analysis and verification of antennas and phased arrays using electromagnetic simulators. Manufacturing of multi-layer antennas and PCBs. Laboratory instrumentation and antenna measurements. Mechanical and thermal knowledge. Internal and external project reporting. Participation in proposal activities and international congresses and conferences. Project oriented: initial requirements collection, design, development, manufacturing, assembling, testing, controlling, results collection and presentation, production and delivery.


    ·       October 2006 – March 2007 Laboratoire d’Electromagnetisme et Acoustique, LEMA

    Swiss Federal Institue of Technology, EPFL(Lausanne, Switzerland)

    Internship at the Laboratoire d´Electromagnetisme et Acoustique de l´École Polytechnique Federal de Lausanne (EPFL)

    Design, manufacturing and measuring of a Radial-Line Slot-Array Antenna in X band for RADAR applications. Realization of the Master Thesis “Study and development of a planar array antenna” under the supervision of Juan R. Mosig, Anja Skrivervik, and J.F. Zurcher.


    ·       October 2005 – September 2006 Grupo de Radiación

    Technical Univerity of Madrid, UPM(Madrid, Spain)

    Internship at the Grupo de Radiación at the Technical University of Madrid (UPM) for the realization of an aircraft L band radar for INDRA company.

    Study of the antenna array. Definition, design and implementation of the radiating element. Design and manufacturing of the RF feeding network. Manufacturing and final measurement on an anechoic chamber of a prototype of the array.


    ·       June 2005 – October 2005 Telefónica Moviles España (Madrid, Spain)

    Internship at the Telefonica Moviles Network Integration department.

    Management and operation of the mobile network for GSM/GPRSS and UMTS technology systems. Reception, analysis and treatment of data files from mobile network nodes.


    ·       May 2004 – September 2004 Telefónica Moviles España (Madrid, Spain)

    Internship at the Technical Support department of Telefónica Móviles España.

    Analysis, planning and launching of different mobile services (messaging, voice, data, etc).



    ·       October 2006 – April 2007 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, EPFL(Lausanne, Switzerland)

                   - Exchange student (academic course 2006/2007)

                   - Master thesis: “Study and development of a planar array antenna


    ·       March 2004 – June 2004 Technical University of Madrid, UPM(Madrid, Spain)

    Postgraduate course in Satellite Communications

    ·  Orbital aspects(Orbital mechanics, orbital disturbance, orbital determination, orbital geometry, orbit types and applications)

    ·  Space Segment(Space programmes, Space environment, Launchers, Satellite platform, Payloads, Quality Management)

    ·  Satellite link(Characterization of the satellite link, Multiple Access Techniques, Link budget)

    ·  Ground Segment(Codification and modulation, control station, control centre, architecture of a ground station)

    ·  User Segment(VSAT networks)


    ·       September 2000 – March 2006 Technical University of Madrid, UPM(Madrid, Spain)

    Telecommunications Engineering. Expertise on Telecommunications Systems, Antennas, microwaves and radiocommunications




    ENGLISH (Fluent), FRENCH (Fluent) and SPANISH (mother tongue)



    ·       Antennas and Electrical Circuits Design

    o    CST, HFSS

    o    Agilent ADS, Ansoft Designer, Microwave Office

    ·       Programming skills:

    o    Matlab

    ·       Computer Aid Design

    o    AutoCad, Solidworks

    ·       Management:

    o    Microsoft Project

    o    Visio

    o    Agile

    ·       OS and office skills:

    o    MS-DOS, Windows

    o    Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

    o    Outlook Express



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