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     Date Submitted:22-06-2011
     Last Modified:22-06-2011 (03:50)
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     Current job:European Masters in Space Technology
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsMasters Aerospace Engineering, Control Systems, Propulsion systems, Solid rocket motors, Liquid rocket engines, Electric propulsion, Software simulation
    CV

    EDUCATION

    2008-2010    European Masters in Space Technology (EuMAS)
    •    2-year Masters program jointly offered by 5 top European Aerospace Universities:
          ISAE-Supaero, Toulouse, France – 2nd year hosts
          Università di Pisa, Italy – 1st year hosts
          External lecturers also from : Cranfield University (UK), Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain) & Technische Universität München (Germany)
    2004-2008    Technical University of Sofia    Sofia, Bulgaria
    •    Bachelor of Engineering (Aeronautical)
    •    One of the leading Engineering Universities in Bulgaria
    2000-2001    Germany High School    Berlin, Germany
    •    Spent  a year in Germany
    •    Learning German and other subjects in German
    1999-2004    119 SOU- acad. Michail Arnaudov    Sofia, Bulgaria
    •    High school - English language, Information Technologies, Mathematics, Physics
    •    5.8 out of a possible 6.0 at university entrance exam.
     

    EMPLOYMENT

    2010 June                December  Intern at DLR     Bremen, Germany  http://www.dlr.de
    •    Deutsches Zentrum für Luft und Raumfahrt (German aerospace center)    
    •    Internship, carrying out master thesis with topic: Simulation and performance analyses of liquid and solid propellant rocket engines.
    2007 July                  Intern at Heli-air     Sofia, Bulgaria   http://www.heliair.bg
    •    Operation and maintenance of aircraft based at the Sofia Airport    
    •    Internship, focused on the helicopter maintenance practices
    2005 July                  Intern at Balcancar-sredetz    Sofia, Bulgaria   http://www.bcarsredetz.com
    •    Production and manufacturing of forklifts             
    •    Internship, introduction to manufacturing technologies

    PROJECT EXPERIENCE

    2010 Jun – 2010 Dec Simulation and performance analyses of liquid and solid rocket engines
    •    A six month internship at DLR Bremen, to assist the development and validation of software for preliminary liquid and solid rocket engine analyses. Work based on literature research, modelling existing liquid rocket engines, simulations of their operation and performance, solid rocket motors’ thrust history simulation and propellant grain shape optimization.
    2009 Oct – 2010 Mar    Integrated Team Project (ITP)
    •    Project in a team of eleven members. Given budget to develop, design and build various satellite subsystems for the Ristretto nano-satellite platform. Sponsored and supervised by ISAE- Supaero, and CNES (French space agency)

    SKILLS

    Languages (written and spoken)
    •    Bulgarian (Native tongue), English (Advanced),  German (Intermediate), Italian (Beginner), French (Beginner)
     

    Computer Literacy
     

    Operating systems:
     
    •    Windows 95/98/2000/XP/NT/Vista/7
    •    Linux Gentoo/OpenSuse/Ubuntu
     
    Programming Languages:
     
    •    Fortran
    •    Pascal (basic knowledge)
    •    C/C++ (basic knowledge)
    •    Bash script (basic knowledge)
    •    HTML, CSS
    •    Adobe Flash Actionscript
     
    Specialized Software:
     
    •    Matlab/Simulink
    •    EcosimPro
    •    Autocad
    •    Adobe Flash
    •    Office (Microsoft Office, Open Office)
     
    RELEVANT UNIVERSITY COURSES

    Masters Level Courses
     
    •    Dynamics and control theory
    •    Design of control systems
    •    Orbital mechanics
    •    Rocket propulsion (solid, liquid, hybrid)
    •    Fluid and plasma dynamics
    •    Electric propulsion for space (MPD, Hall effect, Ion thrusters)
     
    Bachelor’s Level Courses
     
    •    Aerodynamics
    •    Aircraft propulsion and internal combustion engines
    •    Flight Mechanics (fixed and rotary wing)
    •    Physics
    •    Mathematics

    INTERESTS

    •     Sports: Martial arts, Computers: graphics, web design and gaming
     


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