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     Date Submitted:31-05-2011
     Last Modified:06-06-2011 (04:27)
    Job information
     Current job:Space Systems Engineering Student
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsSystems Engineering
    CV

     Objective

    With a solid foundation in engineering and managerial applications pertaining to space systems, I do sincerely aspire to utilize my knowledge for an Organization excelled in the engineering, management and delivery of products related to Space, by taking to innovation and invention, and keeping pace with constant learning.

     

    Academic Credentials

    Master of Engineering in Space Systems Engineering                     6.2 / 9.0                    2009-2011

    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor                                                                                                 Space & Spacecraft Environment         Space Mission Analysis & Design        Space Instrumentation

    Space Systems Design & Management          Planetary Science                Planetary Electrodynamices

    Bachelor’s in Electronics & Communication Engineering              1st Class                2004 – 2008

    Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, India.                        

    Digital Communications                        Management Science                       Digital Signal Processing

    Antennas & Wave Propagation             Optical Communications                 Satellite Communications

    Project Work Experience

    Unified Communications Architecture for Nano-Satellites – Wolverine Communications

    Under the guidance of Dr.James Lyke from Air Force Research Laboratory(AFRL), I was involved in this project which had a sole attitude to“develop a technology independent environment for communication with the Spacecraft encompassing spacecraft radio architectures, ground access, and web services”. My involvement is in designing security protocols that would suit all users either confidential or public and in dealing with the overall systems operation and management.

    High Altitude Balloon – Balloon Lab Team

    As part of a team involved in designing and launching a High Altitude balloon, I was responsible in the design and implementation of a Communication sub-system with a sole requirement to maintain two-way communication for at least 80% of the flight time. As the communication frequency happens to be an Amateur band working with APRS, I earned a Call-Sign ‘KD8NQV’ from FCC.

    JUNO

    I was involved in a team of two to present a poster on the scientific and engineering concepts of JIRAM and MWR instruments onboard the Juno spacecraft relative to the subject of “Atmospheric Composition and Dynamics”, working under the mentorship of Dr. Sushil Atreya.

    Electro-Static Propulsion Satellite (ESP-Sat): Nano-particle Field Extraction Thruster (NanoFET) CubeSat Platform Design

    This project at the University of Michigan is jointly being developed by Electro Dynamic Applications (EDA) with a goal to leverage a single, flexible electric propulsion engine to enhance and enable a broad range of missions, enabling a better propulsion system for CubeSats. My involvement is in designing and implementing a Communication sub-system that would download data directly to the U of M for analysis once the experiment is commenced.

    Quadrature Electric Field Sensor for Mars

    Under the mentorship of Dr. Nilton Renno, our team studied modifications to be applied, and testing environments to raise the TRL of existing U of M electric field sensor with an overarching goal to fly the final design sensor onboard 2018 ExoMars mission. I have been appointed as lead and my involvement is in systems engineering and management.

    Uranus

    Under the mentorship of Dr. Michael Combi, I worked on designing a space mission to study the origin and evolution, atmosphere and magnetosphere of the planet Uranus including tours of its five major moons. This project is accomplished by selecting appropriate suite of instruments with high level systems engineering.

    Proficiency acquired in:

    - Systems engineering

    • Satellite Tool Kit
    • Thermal and Power analysis  
    • Communication sub-system and Link budget analysis
    • Product engineering
    • Fundamental components of a spacecraft
    • Microsoft Office suite including MS Project

    - Project management

    • Drafting and analysis of project goals, requirements and specifications
    • Risk management especially cost and time factors, trade studies and proposals
    • Work Breakdown structure, Earned Value system & Technology Readiness levels

    - Ability to work independently and meet the deadlines

     

    Declaration: I do hereby declare that the information furnished herein is true to the best of my knowledge to which I shall bind.

    Place: Ann Arbor

    Date: May 20th, 2011.     


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