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Rep. Derek Kilmer said commercial geospatial data should be used to supplement imagery from classified sources. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 20 Nov 2019 20:59:57 +0000
NASA plans to issue a call for ideas for a lunar rover that could be used by future crewed missions to the moon and, like many other elements of the Artemis program, be developed in a partnership with industry. SpaceNews.com
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China used signals sent from NASA’s Juno probe orbiting Jupiter to test the capabilities of ground stations vital to its deep space ambitions. SpaceNews.com
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The European Space Agency is preparing to allocate a few million euros to ensure Vega doesn’t have any repeats of its July launch failure, an agency official said Nov. 20. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:01-05-2011
     Last Modified:05-08-2011 (11:19)
    Job information
     Current job:Marketing Analyst
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsExperienced entire aerospace life cycles; strategy, quality, project and operations management. Business development and marketing.
    CV

    Experience

    June 2011-      AIRBUS S.A.S.                                                                               Toulouse, France

                               Marketing Analyst
                                 • Conduct market analysis of Japanese medium-small airlines.
                                 • Devise penetration strategy and tactics for sales implementation.
                                 • Develop industrial relationship among Airbus and Japanese manufacturers.

    1997-2010       JAPAN AEROSPACE EXPLORATION AGENCY (JAXA)                     Tokyo, Japan

    2010                  Manager, Strategy Management of National Space Transportation Program.
                                 • Devised national strategy of current and future space transportation program and its
                                    budgets ($300M).
                                 • Assisted executive board members with strategy development.
                                 • Managed joint development planning of high reliability rocket engine with NASA.
                                 • Analyzed new market of small satellite utilization and launch system from aircraft.

    2007-2010       Engineer, Quality Management of Spacecraft Manufacturing     Nagoya, Japan
                                 • Supervised quality management in first model manufacturing of H-IIB launch vehicle
                                    ($150M) and HTV (transporter to the Int’l Space Station, $200M) at Mitsubishi Heavy
                                     Industries.
                                 • Conducted quality management of H-IIA/H-IIB launch operations at launch site.

    2003-2010       Engineer, Project Management of Spacecraft Development      Tsukuba, Japan
                                 • Conducted HTV in-flight thermal control as member of Flight Control Team.
                                 • Managed LNG propulsion launch vehicle development and its budget ($100M) through
                                    RFI/RFP offer, design review and contract management with IHI Aerospace and 
                                    Lockheed Martin.
                                 • Designed primary structure and carbon composite cryogenic fuel tank of LNG launch
                                    vehicle.

    1997-2003       Engineer, Spacecraft Operations Management  Rep. of Kiribati/Tsukuba, Japan
                                 • Managed initial construction of flight test site and runway in Kiribati through
                                   multi-cultural relationship with U.S. supplier and Kiribati employees.
                                 • Conducted automatic unmanned aircraft test flight for Reusable Launch Vehicle
                                    through schedule and resource management with Fuji Heavy Industries. 
                                    Supervised executive decision for test environment.
                                 • Managed operations and refurbishment of space chamber for satellite through
                                    resource / technology / contract management with Hitachi, Toshiba and Oracle.
                                 • Developed thermal analysis method, JAXA’s new satellite evaluation process. 

    2001-2002       KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, Ltd. (KHI)                                         Gifu, Japan
                               Researcher, airflow & thermal analysis. 
                                  
    Developed combined airflow-thermal analysis method for launch vehicle.

    1991-1997       MCDONALD’S JAPAN                                                                        Nagoya, Japan
                               Manager, Store Operation.
                                  
    Managed production, sales, quality, human resource and inventory in central store
                                   (revenue $3M/year).
     

    Education

    2010-2011      AEROSPACE MBA, TOULOUSE BUSINESS SCHOOL             Toulouse, France
                              Master in Aerospace Business Administration. Sept.2011. Studying aerospace
                              business under industry experts. Course work: Marketing, Strategy, Accounting,
                              Operations and Supply Chain Management.
                              FASIA Laureate – awarded scholarship from Institut Aéronautique et Spatial (IAS), 
                              France.

                          NAGOYA UNIVERSITY                                                                    Nagoya, Japan
    1995-1997     Master in Aerospace Engineering, March 1997. Admission with honor.
                                • Coursework: Fluid Dynamics, Engine Mechanics, Space Propulsion, Structural
                                   Design, Aircraft Control & Navigation and Future Vehicle Design.
                                • Developed free-fall type micro gravity test system leading to reduced operation cost.
    1991-1995     Bachelor of Engineering in Aeronautics. Dean’s List.
                                • Researched aerodynamic heating of launch vehicle body in hypersonic flow.

    Awards

    2010             • Johnson Space Center Group Achievement Award by NASA for contributions to HTV
                             mission success including vehicle design, development and operations.
    1996             • Student Conference Competition Award Winner, 20th International Symposium on 
                             Space Technology and Science, Japan.

    Qualification

    2008             Auditor of ISO9001
    2006             Auditor of ISO14001
    2000             Official Supervisor of Refrigeration Equipment
    1998             Official Supervisor of High Pressure Gas Treatment

    Personal

                           Aerospace aficionado. Completed 4 times in Triathlon and Marathon. Kyudo (l’Arc) of 2nd 
                           skill level. Good cook which help understanding foreign cultures. Baseball in Toulouse.
                           Speaks Japanese (Native), English (fluent) and French (intermediate). 


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