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     Date Submitted:01-06-2011
     Last Modified:01-06-2011 (08:06)
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     Current job:Software Engineer Trainee (ESOC)
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     KeywordsActually i'm working in ESA/ESOC, with the new Network Protocols (CFDP and DTN).
    Date of birth: 04 May 1985
    Nationality: Portuguese
    Gender: Male
    European Space Operations Centre 
    Robert-Bosch-Str. 5 
    64293 Darmstadt, Germany
    Objective Engineering of Telecommunications and Network, with particular emphasis on Space environment. Possibility to improve occupational skills. 
    [2011 - Present]      European Space Agency          Darmstadt, Germany
    Software Engineer Trainee
    " ESOC (European Space Agency) - HSO-GIB (Ground Station Back-end Section).
    " Analysis, design, implementation, test and validation of a CFDP (CCSDS File Delivery Protocol) and DTN (Delay Tolerant Network) architecture.
    " Working with GSTVi (Ground System Test and Validation interface), which can simulate the complete operational chain from the MCS to the spacecraft and back ("Virtual Missions"). 
    [2007 - 2008]                     Fatrnica, SA                 Porto Salvo, Portugal
    Software Engineer
    " Development of an application for Equestrian competitions.
    " Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa                       Lisboa, Portugal
    [10 / 2007 - 10 / 2010]
    Master Degree in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering.
    [09 / 2003 - 10 / 2007]
    Bachelor degree in Electronic and Telecommunication and Computers Engineering.
    " Brno University of Technology:                                  Brno, Czech Republic 
     [02 / 2009 - 06 / 2009]
    Erasmus Program.
    " Background music broadcaster through internet or intranet - Final Project of Bachelor Degree - Microprocessor ARM with a display menu, MP3 decoder and Ethernet card which is connected through internet/intranet to a Server/WebServer that allows the streaming of MP3 music. The users can create their music playlists in a Web page.
    " Simulation IEEE 802.11p (Vehicles Wireless) - Masters Project - Implementation of the amendment IEEE 802.11p on an open-source Network Simulator NS-3. Simulation and comparison between amendment IEEE 802.11p and amendment IEEE 802.11a in same mobility and congestion scenarios.
    " Horse Jumper - Fatrnica, SA - Development of an application for Equestrian competitions. Used JAVA platform as support for backend and frontend, Outdoor displays and PTC Timer.
    Technical skills
    " Telecommunications: GSM, GPRS and UMTS, GPS. Multiple access techniques, modulations, access networks, ITED standard, TV and radio architecture, ADSL, optical access networks architectures, PON,  FTTH, satellite communications;
    " Network computers: OSI Model special focus in Ethernet and TCP/IP protocols. SMTP, FTP, Security network protocols, concepts of cryptography, ATM, IEEE 802.11x (Wireless), Standards and IEEE 802.3x (Ethernet). IP Addressing and Routing, LAN, Virtual LAN (VLAN), SNMP, IPv4, IPv6, NAT, VPN, DTN and CFDP. Servers LAMP, DNS, DHCP, e-mail, CMS;
    " Technologies: Apache, Linux Servers, Web Services, JSP, JAVA Rmi, UML;
    " Databases: MySQL;
    " Coding languages: Java, Bash (Unix Shell), C, C++, Assembly, Assembly32, HTML, Javascript, SQL;
    " Development tools: Eclipse, NetBeans, JBuilder, Visual Studio, Terminal, SSH, Wireshark, Matlab, Microsoft Office, Open Office.
    Language skills
    " Portuguese: Native;
    " English: Good;
    " Spanish: Basic;
    " France: Basic.
    Social skills
    " Quick learning;
    " Ability to quickly adapt to unforeseen circumstances and problems;
    " Willingness to learn new technologies;
    " Team Player;
    " Autodidact.

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