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     Date Submitted:06-04-2011
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     Current job:System Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsSystem Engineer with experience in project and team management, design, deployment and tests of RF Systems and signal processing. Ease of learning and adaptability to different environments both individually or team work.
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    Experiencia Laboral
    Agosto 2011 - Actualidad  ISDEFE, Ingeniería de Sistemas para la Defensa de España S.A.Puesto  Ingeniero Senior de Sistemas en el  Área de I+D, dependiente de la Dirección de Estaciones 

    Proyectos

    •  Maspalomas: Actualización de la estación de Maspalomas, perteneciente a la red ESTRACK de la ESA 
    •  PT11: Diseño, integración y pruebas de una estación terrena de 11.1 m. en banda C para Portugal Telecom en Sintra. 
    •  SARAS: Sistema de Adquisición Rápida de Satélites y Lanzadores. Diseño y desarrollo de un novedoso sistema basado en arrays de antenas de ayuda para la localización y el trackingde vehículos espaciales, satélites o lanzadores en escenarios degran imprecisión angular. Proyecto desarrollado en colaboración con  la ESA y la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. 
    •  GEODA: Diseño de un domo geodésico basado en phased arrays en banda S con cobertura hemisférica mediante un sistema multi misión con capacidad para trabajar con varios satélites LEO y MEO simultáneamente. Proyecto desarrollado en colaboración con la ESA y la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid 
     

    Actividades

    •  Diseño, instalación, prueba y documentación de sistemas RF/IF: análisis de requisitos, descomposición funcional ensubsistemas, balances de enlace, dimensionado. 
    •  Planificación y ejecución de campañas de pruebas enlaboratorio y campo. 
    •  Procesado analógico/digital con Matlab, Python, VHDL y FPGA 
    •  Organización interna del trabajo, análisis de costes, informes de progreso, contacto con cliente, subcontratas, reuniones de seguimiento. 
    •  Análisis y redacción de ofertas para la ESA. 


    Mayo 2008 - Agosto 2011  INSA, Ingeniería y Servicios Aeroespaciales S.A. Puesto  Coordinador del equipo del Departamento de  Radiofrecuencia del Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial, INTA 
     

    Actividades

    •  Coordinación del equipo de consultores de INSA desplazados en INTA, con un total aproximado de 20 personas 
    •  Análisis de presupuestos 
    •  Gestión de contratos y encomiendas, negociaciones con cliente. 
    •  Análisis de puestos y perfiles 


    Marzo 2007- Agosto 2011  Ingeniero Radar en el Departamento de Radiofrecuencia del Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial, INTA 
     

    Proyectos

    •  ALO: Análisis de la sección radar del modelo ALO, Avión Ligero de Observación, para el ajuste del modelo y mejora de su detectabilidad bajo Radar. 
    •  Repsol, OTAN: Proyectos de análisis de comportamientos de estructuras bajo la influencia de radiación electromagnética. 


    Actividades

    •  Simulación y análisis de Sección Radar de diversos objetivos 
    •  Análisis y rediseño de modelos para reducción/aumento de sección Radar. 
    •  Medidas de sección Radar en campo compacto y cámarasemianecoica. 
    •  Modelado 3D por ordenador. 
    •  Auditoría de software electromagnético. 


    Octubre 2006 - Marzo 2007  Beca en el Departamento de Radiofrecuencia de France Telecom España

    Actividades

    •  Simulación de cobertura de antenas base de telefonía, 
    •  Gestión de licencias de estaciones base con la Administración 


    Marzo 2005 - Octubre 2006  Beca en el Departamento de Radiofrecuencia de Motorola España

    Actividades

    •  Análisis de rendimiento y gestión de incidencias dela red de telefonía móvil de Telefónica. 



    Educación
    1998-2005  Universidad de Alcalá de Henares.Título  Ingeniería  Superior de  Telecomunicaciones, especialidad en Radiocomunicaciones. 
    Proyecto de fin de carrera: Detección de latinos enseñales ECG mediante 
    técnicas de análisis multirresolución. 


    Formación Adicional
    •  Diseño de Sistemas Empotrados en FPGAs (Xilinx EDK,XPS, SDK Microblaze Zynq) nivel básico y avanzado. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. 
    •  FPGA Design using Vivado and Xilinx Series 7. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. 
    •  Microsoft Project 
    •  Técnicas de negociación. 
    •  Comunicación y Liderazgo. 
    •  Gestión eficaz de equipos. 
    •  Far Field, Anechoic Chamber, Compact Range and Near-Field Antenna Measurements. CEI Europe, Copenhague. 



    Idiomas
    Inglés: Nivel alto hablado y escrito (TOEIC: Test of English for International Communication Level, 970 puntos. Octubre 2015)
    Francés: Nivel básico


     
    Conocimientos Informáticos
    •  Programación en Matlab, Python. 
    •  Gestión y control de requisitos con IBM Rational Doors. 
    •  Control de versiones con GIT. 
    •  Suites de diseño y simulación electromagnética: Agilent Genesys, Ansys HFSS, CST, Puma-EM, Fascro. 
    •  Software fotogramétrico: EOS Photomodeler. 
    •  Suites de programación y simulación VHDL: Xilinx ISE Project Navigator, ModelSim. 
    •  Supercomputación en clúster, a nivel de usuario. 
    •  Herramientas CAD de modelado 3D. 
    •  Administración de sistemas Windows y Linux


    Publicaciones
    •  65th International Astronautical Congress, SARAS: “New Concept of Acquisition Aid System for the Fast Localization and Tracking of Satellites and Launchers”. García-Rojo López, Isabel , Antón Sánchez, Alberto, Girón Vara, Alejandro, Morales Serrano, Eva 
    •  ASMS/SPSC 2014: “Advanced Array Signal Processing Algorithms for DoA Estimation of Satellites and Launchers”. García-Rojo López, Isabel, Antón Sánchez, Alberto, Girón Vara, Alejandro, Morales Serrano, Eva 
    •  DESEID 2013, SARAS: “Arrays de antenas distribuidascomo soporte a la adquisición y seguimiento de satélites desde estaciones terrenas de TT&C”. García-Rojo López, Isabel , Antón Sánchez, Alberto, Girón Vara, Alejandro, Morales Serrano Eva, Benito Brea Luis Alberto, Sierra Pérez Manuel, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Cátedra Isdefe 6-7 Noviembre 2013


    Información Adicional
    •  Patente EP13176297.3: Method and System for Locating a Moving Vehicle. Co-inventor 
    •  Impartición del curso “Utilización de Analizador Vectorial HP 8510” perteneciente al Máster en Tecnología de Satélites  de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. 2009-2011. 
    •  Participación en la 8ª edición de la Semana de la Ciencia en Madrid con la ponencia “Construye tu propio radiotelescopio”. 2008


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