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     Date Submitted:29-04-2011
     Last Modified:02-05-2011 (07:22)
    Job information
     Current job:student
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     KeywordsAerospace Engineer, graduate, astrodynamics, orbital mechanics, mission analysis, attitude/orbit control, space debris, system engineering

    Education and Qualification

    Oct. '05 - Present:

    Academic studies at the Technische Universität Baunschweig (TU Braunschweig, Germany), in Mechanical Engineering, concentration in Aerospace Engineering with a focus on spaceflight technologies, degree sought: Diplom

    Oct. '10 - Mar. '11:

    Final thesis (Diplomarbeit) at the Institute of Space Systems of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Bremen, Germany, analysis of power generation and ground station access of a nanosatellite in LEO using STK

    May '09 - Nov. '09:

    Research project (Studienarbeit) at the Institute of Aerospace Systems (ILR) at the TU Braunschweig on the evolution of  fragmentation clouds in Earth orbit and the resulting particle flux on a spacecraft using MASTER, grade: very good (1.0)

    Sept. '08 - Jan. '09:

    ERASMUS exchange semester at the University of Glasgow, UK

    Jan. '08:

    Completed intermediate examination (Vordiplom) in Mechanical Engineering at the TU Braunschweig, final grade: good (2.0)

    Sept. '94 - June '03:

    Grammar school in Germany, completed with final secondary school examinations (Abitur), final grade: very good (1.3)

    Work Experience and Internships

    April '10 - Aug. '10:

    Internship at EADS Astrium GmbH in Friedrichshafen, Germany: laboratory experiments using a vacuum chamber and payload accommodation analysis in the scope of ISS payload developments
    Nov. '07 - April '09 and Aug. '08 - Sept. '09:

    Student assistant at the TU Braunschweig: led exercise classes in mathematics for students of engineering technologies

    Sept. '07 - Oct. '07:

    Internship at Noske-Kaeser GmbH in Hamburg, Germany: execution of basic quality tests of cooling units

    Aug. '06 - Sept. '06:

    Internship at Volkswagen AG in Braunschweig, Germany: basic metal processing and welding

    Sept. '05 - Oct. '05:

    Internship at Jöhnk Shipyard GmbH in Hamburg, Germany: basic metal processing

    Sept. '04 - June '05:

    Participated in a Work and Travel program in Australia: several harvesting jobs

    Aug. '03 - July '04:

    Voluntary year of social service (FSJ) at Arbeiter Samariter Bund in Hamburg, Germany: answering in-house emergency-calls and organising first aid measures

    Computer Skills

    Good command of STK

    Advanced programming skills in Matlab, basic skills in C++

    Skilled in standard office software (MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OpenOffice), LaTeX

    Ability to work on MS Windows and Linux systems

    Good knowledge of SolidWorks, basic knowledge of Solid Edge CAD software

    Advanced knowledge of ESA MASTER and PROOF software


    German: Mother tongue

    English: Fluent in both written and spoken English

    French: Basic skills acquired during seven years of French courses at secondary school

    Hobbies and Special Interests

    Sports: Water polo, Volleyball


    Member of the LEO Club Braunschweig, youth program of Lions Clubs International - conducting charitable activities


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