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     Date Submitted:20-04-2011
     Last Modified:31-08-2011 (12:20)
    Job information
     Current job:Teaching Associate (Systems Engineering), International Space University
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsMultilingual, mechanical engineering graduate, aerospace, instrumentation, Mandarin

    Professional Experience
    July - September 2011

    Teaching Associate (Systems Engineering), International Space University

    I am the Teaching Associate for the Systems Engineering Department at the International Space University's 2011 Space Studies Program, a intensive 10-week course for aerospace professionals.

    July  –  September 2009   
    Research Engineer- Intern, CLIC (Compact Linear Collider) Detector Group, CERN, Switzerland.

    I was a member of a team of engineers and physicists tasked with building a novel detector for the next generation of linear particle collider. Responsibilities included mechanical design, modelling, and technical reporting.   

    May – August 2007   
    Research Undergraduate, Parson Scholar Internship, University College Dublin, Ireland.   
    I was a member of  a team of undergraduate and graduate students tasked with analysing the current and future known applications of  bio-­‐energy  in Ireland, and subsequently a report was presented to the Irish government.  



    February –  June 2011

    Mandarin Chinese program, National Taiwan University, Taiwan   


    July -­ August  2010

    Space Studies Program (Engineering, Science, Management, Finance, Policy), International Space University, France 


    September  2006 -­ June 2010   

    Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical), graduated 2.1 Honours, University College Dublin, Ireland   
    • • •
    Final year thesis: 'Towards early diagnosis of atherosclerosis'  

    3rd year Erasmus programme: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (ÉPFL), Switzerland  

    Undergraduate project:'Design optimization of ultra-­‐light, high-performance, free-­ride skis', ÉPFL.   


    September 2000 -­ June 2006    

    Coláiste Eoin Secondary School, Dublin, Ireland   
    Leaving Certificate Examinations, Irish Dept. of Education: seven honours subjects, all grade A.  


    Other Training and Awards

    Teacher of  English as a  Foreign Language‘ (TEFL, 2010)  
    Irish State Undergraduate Scholarship (2006-­‐2010)  
    UCD Entrance Scholarship (2006)  
    Youth Leader (2005-­‐2009)  
    Irish skydiving record (2008)  
    Technical French and German Diplomas (UCD, 2007)  
    Dinghy Sailing Certificates (RYA, ISA)   


    Linguistic Experience

    Gaelic, English (Native)

    French, German (Fluent: cumulatively 18 months working and studying in France & Switzerland)  

    Mandarin Chinese (Intermediate: studied Mandarin and lived in Taiwan).   

    Spanish (Intermediate)

    Computational Experience

    MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

    Design: Inventor, ProEngineer, ABAQUS, ANSYS, OpenFOAM, Adobe Suite.

    Programming: C(++), MATLAB.   


    Other interests: triathlon, photography, public speaking, water & winter sports.   

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