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     Date Submitted:17-05-2011
     Last Modified:11-10-2012 (01:11)
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     Current job:Space Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSpace Mechanics, Space Systems Engineering, Space Propulsion, Astrodynamics and Mission analysis, Classical Control, Payload Engineering, AOCS





    MSc. in Astronautics and Space Engineering - CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY, UK

    • Core modules: Space systems engineering, space mechanics, space propulsion, astrodynamics and mission analysis, classical control, payload engineering, AOCS.



    MSc. in Materials Sciences Engineering – INSA LYON, FRANCE

    • Core modules: Physic and mechanic behavior of materials (composites, demi-conductors...), heat transfer.


    Sept.- Feb.

    • KAIST UNIVERSITY, Aerospace Engineering Department, SOUTH KOREA
    • Modules: Flight dynamic & control, fluid mechanics, propulsion, rocket system engineering.


    DUT in Physics and Instrumentation (Rouen) + one year in a “classe préparatoire”





    (Nov. to Present)

    P3-Engineers (German society) with EADS-AIRBUS (Toulouse)

    • Configuration Management: control and follow-up of aircrafts during their lifecycle (from design to production) to certify their airworthiness according to customer’s requirements


    5 months

    (May to Oct.)



    European Space Agency (ESA), ESTEC (NL)                                    CRANFIELD Master Thesis

    • Assessment and analysis of the space vehicle HERMES documentation with the aim to evaluate past and/or novel concepts of crewed space systems/vehicles.
    • Matlab simulations of crew escape scenarios during the launch phase and safety systems evaluation.

    Conference: Presented my work at the 5th IAASS Conference, Paris-Versailles

    Publication: Belloir, S. and Trujillo, M., “Hermes Lessons Learnt from Launch Failure Scenarios”, IAASS/ESA Conference Proceedings, October 2011. (Abstract submitted)


    5 months


    CRANFIELD University, ASE Department(UK)                      CRANFIELD Group Design Project

    • Final aim: Design of a communication satellite (type Hylas-2) to provide broadband accedd to Mediterranean countries and to improve knowledge of space debris in GEO
    • In charge of the orbits control of the satellite (insertion in GEO, station keeping (Matlab simulations), end-of-life) and of its propulsion system (liquid and electric)


    6 months

    Institute for Aerospace Researchof Canada (CANADA)                             INSA Master Thesis

    • Optimization of a process for Direct Laser Deposition (DLD) on Inconel Alloy.


    11 months


    EADS-AIRBUS, Materials and Processes Department (Toulouse, FRANCE)

    • Corrosion: Development and assessment of tests and procedures to qualify new chrome less paints/coatings for AIRBUS aircrafts.
    • Tribology: Analysis of coatings behaviour to improve titanium-to-titanium contact in the case of a landing gear bearing type A380: Fretting andsliding wear solicitations.

    2008 3 months


    2005 3 months

    GKNAerospace, Materials Laboratory (Cowes, UK)





    French: Mother tongue

    English: Fluent

    German: Good level (9 years)

    Korean: Basic knowledge

    IT Skills:

    Operating systems: Windows, Mac

    Office: Excel, Word, PowerPoint

    Programming: LabView, Java, Matlab

    Software: CATIA V5, Satellite Tool Kit




    • Aerospace: active member involved in the CLES-FACIL, the aerospace association of INSA Lyon.

    - Participation in experimental rockets conception and realisation projects.

    • Aviation: working towards the theoretical exam of my Private Pilot License.
    • Sport: athletics, rugby, handball (won the British Universities Championships 2011) and water sports.
    • Music: piano.


    REFEREES:    Dr Maite Trujillo, ESA: maite.trujillo(at)

    Michael Lutomski, NASA: michael.g.lutomski(at)

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