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     Date Submitted:12-07-2011
     Last Modified:22-07-2011 (04:14)
    Job information
     Current job:Promoter of International Cooperation - Mexican Space Agency
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywords-Astronautics Engineer by Embry-Riddle University (Florida)-Recently graduated. -Expertised in mission planning systems with CubeSatellites -Specialized in Satellite Detail Design - (Completed a CubeSat design and competed in National Competition USA)


             Date of birth:

       Mexican Citizen

     October 20th, 1989



    Desired objective

    To obtain an entry level position of engineering within the Space Industry















    Work Experience


    Promoter of  International Cooperation

    February 2010-Present


      Employer´s information




    Business Administration

       June 2008 – June 2011






       Employer´s information



    Project Management    

    April-September 2009








    Employer´s information


    Engineering Projects







      Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.            Daytona Beach, FL&

       #1 University of U.S.A. in Aerospace Engineering.           By US News Education

    Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering                May 2011

    Concentration: Astronautics            GPA: 2.9 /4.0


    Technological Institute of Monterrey.              Mexico city, Mexico

    Bachelor of Science in Mechatronics Engineering – Transferred 1st year           08/2007 – 05/2008

      Mexican Space Agency.

      Assistant of the International Cooperation department.              Mexico City, Mexico


    • Promoter of cooperation of exchange engineering projects with international institutions.
    • Establish communication with external space agencies for formalization of Human Resources training cooperation.
    • Recommended candidate to a bilateral project of cooperation in HR formation with:

    * The European Space Agency (ESA), The Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos) and The Japanese Space Agency (JAXA).


      Ing. Fernando de la Peña Llaca. -  Promoter Director of Mexican Space Agency.

      Eugenio Sue #226 Col. Polanco México, D.F.

      E-mail: fernando(at)


      Textiles Corporation Remetex Inc.              Orlando, Florida. USA

      Manager and Administrator


    • Manage the distribution, imports and exports of textile parts to supply the market in U.S.A.     
    • Established a sales department and branch headquarters in Orlando, FL.                            
    • Coordinated the opening of the new branch of the company in the United States


       Ing. Jose Escobar Macedo – Director.

    1390 Haus Santa Fe. Int. 1303 Lomas de Santa Fe. México D.F. 50009

    E-mail: 1rematex(at)


      Continental Tire.                       Mexico City, Mexico

      Trainee of Marketing Department


    • Project development: “Tire hot air balloon” for air publicity.
    • Managed the engineering design and formed the flight plan of the airship around Mexico City.
    • Communicated with the Federal Aeronautics Administration of Mexico for legalization.
    • Collaborated in the promotion of the new Aeronautics line of products.


     Lic. Livier Rosado.  Director of Human Resources - Continental Tire Mexico.

    Email: livier.rosado(at)


       Detailed Senior Design Project – Cube Satellite design and manufacture

    • Leader of 6-person team.
    • Competed in Cal. Polytechnic´s satellite contest with a plasma measurer satellite for LEO, used Catia to design the payload and electrical subsystems, used C++ to program the sun tracking solar panels.
    • Used Matlab-Simscape and NeiNastran for the force and heat analysis, and STK for the orbital flight simulation and communications testing.
    • Manufactured a model with Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) from Boeing Phantom Works.




       Detailed Senior Design Project – Flexible launching system design

    • Member of 5-person team.
    • Used NeiNastran and Matlab for a force analysis of a vibrating sea launching platform, designed with Catia.
    • Use of non destructive testing and CFD modeling
    • Used STK to design the trajectory and stability maneuvers of a multistage rocket. (Spacecraft Zenit-2)


       Experience with satellite communication testing and design.

    • Tested several systems to maximize the communication time between a LEO satellite and Earth.
    • STK simulation of the satellite-ground station method and the Global Star method. (Please see animation videos attached)











                   Relevant Engineering Courses



                  Documented Research




















    Leadership  Activities

       Unmanned Systems project – Robotics control systems laboratory.

    • Member of 22-person laboratory of unmanned vehicles.
    • Implemented theory of control laws and PID controllers for a submarine design.
    • Assembled the entire Mechatronics system of a robotic arm for space operation.


       Flight dynamics Senior class project – Flight control design of a NAVION aircraft

    • Leader of 4-person team.
    • Used Matlab and Simulink to build the statically and dynamically stable control model

        with 6 degrees of freedom.

    • Animated the flight control path with FlighGear simulator.


        Stability and Control class project – Northrop T-38 Talon stability augmentation

    • Member of 5-person team.
    • Won the faculty competition for a detailed design of a stability augmentation method for supersonic operation


       Aerospace structures I and II, Turbine and rocket engines, spacecraft control, spacecraft attitude      

       dynamics, spacecraft detail design, airplane stability and control, airplane flight dynamics and control, 

       aerospace structures and instrumentation, space mechanics, aerodynamics I and II, experimental

       aerodynamics, thermodynamics, aerospace engineering materials, machine design lab, electrical

       engineering I and II.


     Thesis eligibility

    • Developed a propulsion pre-research paper on Variable specific impulse Magneto plasma Rocket. Submitted to Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.
      • Currently awaiting the financial sponsorship of the government of Mexico to complete it.


      Spacecraft Attitude control and stability systems.

    • Vehicle despin mechanisms through detonation systems and mass release stability.
      • Currently developing a research study on the linear analysis and control theory of small

          rocket thrusters used in Cubic Satellites.


     Computer:     Engineering: CATIA, Solid Edge, NeiNastran, Matlab, Simulink, Simscape, Linux, 

    AVR Studio for C coding.

                  Aerospace related: MicroCFD Virtual Wind Tunnel, A.G.I. STK, Datcom, Flight Gear.

    Administration: Microsoft Office, SAP, , LOTUS, SAE (remote interface accounting)


      Certificates:       C, C++ and Java certified by Microbotix S.A de C.V.

                               Participant in the robotics national competitions.  Mexico City, 2008

      *Expert in the use of AVR 8 bit microprocessors for microelectronics control systems


      Languages:  Spanish (Mother tongue), French (Fluent), German (Beginner).


      The Space Turism Club - Officer of student association at Embry Riddle University.           01-12/2010

      Developed entrepreneurship space conferences to approach the Space Turism companies of U.S.A.


      Member player of Embry Riddle University Football Soccer team.            August 2008-May 2010

      Football player representative of the Technological Institute of Monterrey in the                       May 2007

      university level soccer world cup. (“Gothia Cup” held by Gothenburg, Sweden)


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