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     Date Submitted:30-04-2011
     Last Modified:01-05-2011 (07:55)
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     Current job:Project engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsPh.D. Physics, GNSS, Galileo, Egnos, SBAS, Ionosphere,Algorithms, Software development
    CV

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    2002-2006

    PH.D. Cum Laude  in Physics by Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

    1997-2002

    Ms.C. in Physics by Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

    Special Graduation Award.

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    2008-now                    GMV Aerospace and Defence S.A., Madrid

    2011

    Technical responsible of the project: magicGNSS: Constellation design and analysis tools for Glavkosmos company (Rusia). The project goal is to develop a software tool with a Graphical User Interface to design low cost and highly efficient navigation and communication constellations, and analize their related performance.

    2010-2011

    Project Engineering SACCSA Project for the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), whose objective is the implementation of a GPS Augmentation System in South-America.

    - Study of the ionospheric phenomena and their performance impact at system level.

    - Design and implementation of new algorithms for a better ionospheric estimation in equatorial regions (South-America).

    - Development a set of software tools that automate the operations of the Central Process Unit.

    2009-2010

    Project Engineering GAGAN Project for Raytheon Company (USA). GAGAN is a GPS Augmentation System in India leaded by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).

    - Algorithm Design for the mitigation and monitoring of large ionospheric temporal gradients in equatorial regions.

    - Algorithm implementation and study of its integration in the GAGAN single frequency user receiver.

    2008-2009

    Project Engineering GIOVE Mission Project for the European Space Agency (ESA). The GIOVE Mission goal is the study of GALILEO performances, the future European global system of navigation, using two satellite prototypes (GIOVE).

    Responsible of the evolution and characterization of critical mission elements, such as:

    - On-board characterization of satellite atomic clocks.

    - Assesment of satellite orbital parameters

    - Performance analysis of the GALILEO ionospheric model


    2006-2008      Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR), Paris

    2006-2008

    Postdoctoral Researcher employed by «l´Agence Nationale de la Recherche » (ANR) of France, at “Université Paris-Sud” and in the “Commissariat a l'énergie atomique” (CEA)

    -  Working and supervising projects in the Theoretical Physics team.

    - Mathematical modelling and computational analysis in the area of particle physics and cosmology.

    -  Seminar speaker at several international congress and research centers.

    2002-2006      Instituto de Física Teórica (IFT), Madrid

    2002-2006

    Postgraduate Researcher at the “Instituto de Física Teórica” (IFT), ajoint research Instituteof the “Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas” (CSIC) and the “Universidad Autónoma de Madrid” (UAM).

    2002                European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Geneve

    2002

    CERN Summer Student. Implementation of C and Fortran routines for the muon detection simulation in CMS detector of the LHC accelerator. Monte-Carlo analysis of the simulation results.

     

    COMPUTER SKILLS

    Operating Systems: Windows XP, Linux Red Hat /Fedora/ Ubuntu.

    Programming Languages: C/C++, Matlab, Perl, Fortran.

    Database, others: mySQL, Mathematica

    SW development standards:PSS-05 and ECSS Software Engineering Standards

     

    LANGUAGES

    English: Excellent level

    French: Excellent level

    German: Basic level

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    PhD Thesis

    Naturalness of Electroweak Symmetry Breaking on the eve of LHC” September 2006. Cum Laude

    Publicationsand International Congress Proceedings  

    Among the most important ones:

    “The in-orbit performance of GIOVE Clocks”P. Waller, F. González ESA-ESTEC;I. Hidalgo, G. Tobías, GMV S.A.; P.Tavella, I. Sesia, INRIM. Published in IEEE Trans. UFFC, vol.57, no.3, March 2010

    - “E-OSPF Experimentation Results in the Frame of the GIOVE-M Core Infrastructure” (ENC GNSS 2009, Naples), I. Hidalgo, G. Tobías, D. Rodríguez, GMV S.A.; S. Binda, F. González, R. Prieto-Cerdeira ESA-ESTEC: P.Tavella, I. Sesia, INRIM.

    “Estimation and Prediction of the GIOVE Clocks”(PTTI 2008, Reston VI), I. Hidalgo, G. Tobías, R. Píriz, GMV S.A.; P. Waller, F. González ESA-ESTEC; P.Tavella, I. Sesia, INRIM.

    -  “Expectations for LHC from naturalness: modified versus SM Higgs sector”. I. Hidalgo, J.A. Casas, J.R. Espinosa (IFT, Madrid) July 2006. Published in Nucl.Phys.B777:226-252, 2007.

    “The MSSM fine tuning problem: A Way out.” I. Hidalgo, J.A. Casas, J.R. Espinosa (IFT, Madrid) October 2003. Published in JHEP 0401:008, 2004.


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