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While Lockheed Martin continues to suggest it will use Rocket Lab’s Electron rocket at a Scottish launch site announced at the beginning of this week, company officials said July 17 they have yet to formally select a vehicle to fly at the site. SpaceNews.com
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The British government announced July 16 that it will provide funding to two companies, including an American aerospace giant, who plan to use a newly announced launch site in Scotland. SpaceNews.com
Sun, 15 Jul 2018 21:58:30 +0000
After years of study and consideration, the British government announced July 15 that it will start development of a new spaceport in northern Scotland, while an English airport signed a deal that could also lead to launches from its facility. SpaceNews.com
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On his first foreign trip since taking office nearly three months ago, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine traveled to Israel this week to meet with the country’s prime minister and other officials. SpaceNews.com
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Gogo, an inflight connectivity provider leasing capacity on dozens of satellites, bulldozed its old business plan July 13 amid looming concerns over unprofitability, encroaching debt deadlines, and a potential buyout. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 12 Jul 2018 21:57:26 +0000
The White House nominated a veteran Senate aide with little space experience to be NASA’s deputy administrator July 12, a month after the agency’s administrator said he wanted someone with technical expertise for the job. SpaceNews.com
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Blue Origin will begin flying two customers on the same New Glenn rocket after the launch vehicle has performed five missions with solo customers, according to Ted McFarland, Blue Origin’s commercial director of Asia-Pacific business. SpaceNews.com
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Wed, 11 Jul 2018 22:15:26 +0000
China’s state-owned fleet operator is making forward-leaning investments in high-throughput satellites and low-Earth-orbit constellations without worrying, at least initially, about whether these projects are backed by sound business plans. SpaceNews.com
Wed, 11 Jul 2018 20:54:55 +0000
Amid growing concerns about commercial crew delays, a GAO report recommended NASA share more schedule information with Congress and develop contingency plans to maintain access to the International Space Station. SpaceNews.com
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    Personal information
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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:12-07-2011
     Last Modified:18-07-2011 (12:21)
    Job information
     Current job:Working Student at DLR
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywordsgood student with extra-curricular activities (also social activities); many intercultural experiences by various stays abroad; fast and result-orientated thinking; very efficient team-worker as well as productive autonomous worker; able to teach mys
    CV

    Personal information

    Born: August 02, 1985, Karlsruhe, Germany

    Nationality: German

    Education

    10/07–current

    Technical University of Braunschweig,
    advanced study period,
    major: Aerospace Engineering

    04/11–current

    Final year thesis:
    ‘Rendezvous simulation of On-Orbit-Servicing missions’

    07/10–03/11

    Study project:
    ‘Commissioning and calibration of the EPOS force/torque-sensor’

    12/2009

    Seminar project:
    ‘Gefährdung von Satelliten durch Fragmentationsereignisse’ (‘Danger for satellites due to fragmentation incidences’)

    10/05–10/07

    Technical University of Braunschweig,
    basic study period,
    Mechanical Engineering

    08/00–07/04

    German School of Istanbul, Turkey,
    Graduation: ‘Abitur’ (A-levels)


    Work experience

    04/11–current

    DLR (German Aerospace Center) Oberpfaffenhofen GSOC (Munich, Germany), working student,
    European Proximity Operations Simulator,
    tasks: ‘Rendezvous simulation of On-Orbit-Servicing missions’ as final year thesis

    07/10–03/11

    DLR - Oberpfaffenhofen GSOC (Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany), working student,
    European Proximity Operations Simulator,
    tasks: ‘Commissioning and calibration of the EPOS force/torquesensor’ as study project

    01/10–06/10

    DLR - Braunschweig School Lab (Braunschweig, Germany), working student,
    tasks: teaching students and guiding them through several technical and multidisciplinary experiments

    10/09–12/09

    Institute of Aerospace Systems, Technical University of Braunschweig (Braunschweig, Germany), student assistant,
    tasks: ‘Identification of the most dangerous orbits concerning
    Space Debris’, ‘Description of the criteria for a catastrophic collision’

    11/08–05/09

    Barbosa & Andrade (Ouro Preto, Brasil), intern,
    tasks: setting up an international cooperation, technical assistant

    05/08

    eta_max GmbH (Braunschweig, Germany), intern,
    Development of an insitu-detector for Space Debris,
    tasks: test plan, detector design and FEM simulation

    10/06–12/07

    Ev. Stiftung Neuerkerode (Mariah Stehmann Haus) (Braunschweig, Germany), Institution for mentally handicapped persons,
    tasks: contact person, health care

    05/05–06/07

    Meister Eckehart Haus (Braunschweig, Germany), student hostel, volunteering,
    tasks: computer and network administrator

    05/05–07/05

    Achterkerke GmbH (Braunschweig, Germany), metalworker company, intern,
    internship as preparation for my studies,
    tasks: mainly metalworker tasks

    07/04–04/05

    Basic military service (Horb, Germany),
    Army Medical Corps Training

    06/00

    Mercedes- Benz Türk (Istanbul, Turkey), German car manufacturer, intern,
    tasks: database and management practice

     

    Further intercultural experiences

    04/99 & 08/03

    stays with host families for English language training in Great Britain (each 3–4 weeks)

    04/02

    student exchange programme to Romania

    00–04

    four-year stay in Turkey, attending the German School of Istanbul, social contacts with internationals

    11/08–05/09

    six-month stay in Brazil, internship

    05/11

    month-long stay in Uzbekistan

    various multiple-week stays in the following countries: United States, Ukraine, France, Spain, Italy, Denmark, Austria, Switzerland


    Languages

    German (native), English (fluent), Turkish (good), French (good), Portuguese (basic)


    Additional activities

    10/07–07/10

    Active member of AIESEC (largest international student organization) in Braunschweig, Germany

    03/08–11/08

    Organization Committee President of the AIESEC-project ’Entrepreneurship’

    11/07–11/09

    Organizer and leader of international summer camps with Jugendwerk Braunschweig

    04/02–06/04

    Coach of the german youth soccer team in Istanbul, Turkey


    Technical skills

    very experienced with most common OS software; good knowledge of MS Office, Open Office and LaTex; good knowledge of the program Celestia; experienced in working with MatLab and Simulink


    Hobbies and Interests

    traveling, meeting new cultures and languages, social contacts, reading newspapers, educating myself in miscellaneous topics such as politics and technical domains, dancing Lindy Hop, Badminton, flying remote-controlled helicopters, cycling, cooking, music, playing chess...


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