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     Date Submitted:11-05-2011
     Last Modified:18-09-2011 (10:16)
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     Current job:Mechanical Engineering student
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
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    Engineer: Double degree at Université Technologique de Compiègne (UTC) and Cranfield University

     

    Date of birth: 12 January 1988    French citizen

    Education

     

    October 2010 to September 2011: Master in Advanced Materials, Cranfield University, UK

    Main subjects: Materials engineering, properties and processing of metals, engineering polymers and polymers for composite, failure of materials and structures, composite performances, finite element analysis and materials modelling (Nastran, Patran, Marc Mentat), materials selection, surface science.

    Group project (3 months): Development of a 3D Modelling Methodology for the Grinding of Hybrid Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) /Titanium Laminates (project sponsored by theInnovative Manufacturing Research Centre of Cranfield university)

    To predict the behaviour of composite materials, the samples have been manufactured using prepreg, which have been ground and a model (in 2D and 3D) has been produced using Nastran, Patran and Marc Mentat in order to predict the behaviour of the composite. This predicted behaviour was validated by observing the sample produced using the SEM. Group meetings were arranged once a week.

    Thesis (4 months): On-line monitoring of the stress/strain fields in tufting needles with optical fibre sensors (FBG sensors) (project sponsored by the Advanced Integrated Tail Cone (ADVITAC) Project from the European Framework 7)

    Recorded data using optical fibre sensors, a high speed camera and a load cell on a tufting machine. The raw data was post process using Labview, Matlab, and several algorithms wrote in C++ and in Java, then analysed mainly using Matlab. Meetings with the IT were needed to have access to the super computer of the university and some were organized with my supervisors. Conclusion of project was successful, resulting in a publication to be submitted in the smart materials and structure journal.

    September 2006 to September 2011: Master in Mechanical Engineering, Université Technologique de Compiègne (U.T.C.), France

    Major: Mechanical engineering option Materials and Technological Innovation (main subjects: materials and science engineering, mechanics of structures, metallic materials, acoustic, vibration mechanics, polymers, method and programs to solve engineering problems (Ansys, Scylab), finite element analysis (Nastran, Patran, Marc Mentat), computer aid design (Autodesk Inventor, Catia), quality management. 

    Minor: F.I.R.M.E. (Training in International Relation and Innovation in Firms) (main subjects: innovation and numeric economics, communication and international organisation)

    Projects: in economics, computer aid design, marketing, quality, polymers

     

    Work Experience

     

    September 2009 to February 2010, EADS Astrium Satellite, Stevenage, UK -  Engineer (internship)

    Demonstrating the capability of a new potting machine for an ESA review

    Finding the bottle neck of the production of panel

    Drawing analysis (creation of work instruction) and Design of tooling

    July to August 2007,EADS Astrium Satellite, Stevenage, UK Engineer Assistant (internship)

    Involved in the research of a solution to bond heater in an efficient way so that the probability that they come off would be less important.

    February to March 2007, EADS Astrium Space Transportation, Les Mureaux, France Worker (internship)

     

    Skills and Activities

     

    Languages:French (mother tongue), English (proficient user), Spanish (basic user)

    Computer skills:Scilab, Matlab, Autodesk Inventor, MsC Patran, MsC Nastran, MsC Marc, Microsoft Project, Labview

    February 2010 to July 2010Treasurer of Esperanto

    September 2006 to June 2010Member of Esperanto, an association helping foreign students to participate in student life at the UTC

    September 2006to June 2009 Member of UTC Voile, a sailing association in my university

    Interests: Windsurf (competition and leisure), sailing boat, climbing

    Other: Driving licence (category B), Motor boat (off shore) licence, Sailing teacher during summer 2008, 2009, 2010 (3x2months)

     

    References

     

    Dr Giuseppe Dell’Anno

    Margaret Fowler

    Harry Lancaster

    Material Department

    Composite centre

    Cranfield University (UK)

    giuseppe.dellanno (at) cranfield.ac.uk

    Head of Process & Technology Group in EADS Astrium Satellite (Stevenage, UK)

     

    Margaret.FOWLER (at) astrium.eads.net

     

    Principal Manufacturing Engineer, Telecomunication Satellites in EADS Astrium Satellite (Stevenage, UK)

    Harry.LANCASTER (at) astrium.eads.net


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