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     Date Submitted:20-07-2011
     Last Modified:24-07-2011 (03:15)
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     Current job:Subsystem Engineer
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     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Operators, ,
     Keywordscomputer science software electronics electrical engineering space debris automated system
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    Date of Birth: 19th January 1989 (22 years old)

     

    Master’s degree in new technologies

     

    EDUCATION

     

    09/2006 – 09/2011

     

    • Graduated from ESIEA (École Supérieure d’Informatique, Électronique et Automatique) in Paris and Laval (France). This is a top and selective school, which delivers a five-years engineering degree (Master’s degree) in new technologies (Computer Science, Electronics and Automated Systems). www.esiea.fr

    … - 06/2006

     

    • Graduates from Saint-Charles High School in Saint-Pierre, Reunion Island (France).

    Scientific A’ level, mathematics specialty.

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    02/2011 – 08/2011

     

     

     

    • European Space Agency (ESA), Darmstadt, Germany, www.esa.int

    My master thesis took place in the ESA Space Operation Center (ESOC). I worked on an important current project of ESA, the Space Situational Awareness (SSA) radar. This radar will permit to track space debris. I was in charge of the study of the Kalman Filter for the “track while scan”, allowing an estimation of the next position of the target. My project was conducted on MatLab. This experience gave me the opportunity to apply my abilities in automated system and computer science as well as to participate to a project and its various phases.

     

    06/2010 – 08/2010

     

     

     

    • EDF (Électricité De France), Le Port, Reunion Island, www.edf.fr

    The Power plant of EDF in the town of Le Port generates one third of the electricity of the Reunion Island. I worked two months as a technician in the electric service of the plant for my second trainee period. This experience reinforced my abilities in Electronics and Informatics and allowed me to discover the electrical engineering. I also created five working practice for routine activities that are now part of the plant quality documents, a good way to become familiar to this aspect of the industry.

     

    06/2007 – 07/2007

     

     

    • SOPAVI (Isautier establishments), Saint-Pierre, www.isautier.com

    The Isautier establishments are well-known in Reunion Island for their rum fabrication. I worked one month for my first trainee period as worker then in sales. According to my results, the firm decided to hire me for a temporary replacement. This position allowed me to improve my communication and sales skills.

     

     



    TECHNICAL SKILLS

     

    • Computer Science:
    • Software programming: C, C#, Java, Prolog, CLIPS, MatLab/SIMULINK, MATHEMATICA.
    • Data base with SQL language: Access, EasyPHP, Oracle.
    • Network architecture and operations.
    • Software engineering
    • Notions of AI.
    • Electronics:
    • Analogical electronic, theory of signal.
    • Numerical and Electronic (microprocessor system, discreet events).
    • Study of new technologies: microelectronic, active and passive components
    • Programmable components : VHDL langage.
    • Communication and data processing in embedded systems.
    • Electronics for the new energy (notions of Electrical engineering, microelectronics)
    • I was in charge of the development of the PCB in my various school projects.
    • Software: CSiEDA, PSpice, Quartus
    • School projects: with these team projects, I used both my technical abilities in every domain and my management skills. Our results were presented to professionals.
    • In 2nd year (2007/2008), I worked on an electric motorized calculator, able to:
    • Give the speed of the car,
    • The level of the car battery,
    • The brightness and the temperature outside the device.
    • In 3rd year (2008/2009), I worked on a wifi remote which was able to pilot an electrical remote-control car. The technical interest lies in the fact that this remote had no buttons, but gyroscopes and accelerometers. People control the car by moving the remote.
    • In 4th year (2009/2010), I worked on a SegWay. This two-wheel mean of transport is able to always stay upright even on a slop, thanks to a circuit of gyroscopes and accelerometers which impose a constant tens in the engines. Moreover, we added an embedded system for printing the speed, the level of the battery and over characteristics on a touch screen.

     

    LANGUAGE SKILLS

     

    • French is my mother tongue.
    • English, TOEIC: 900/990 in 2010
    • German, I had seven years of studying and I lived six months in Germany.
    • Spanish, Diploma de Español como Langua Extranjera level B1 planed in August 2011.

     

    VOLONTARY ASSOCIATIONS

     

    • 2009 - 2010

    President of the student Union Disc-OH! for one year.

     

    • 2008 - 2009

    I was in charge of the company relationship in the Student Union Sunshine. I helped students to find internship with business partners.

     

    • 2007 - 2008

    Vice president of the student radio RAZIA.

     

    INTERESTS

     

    • I have passed my brevet of introduction to alerts and first assistance (2007).
    • Readings (French literature, Historical novel, Science-Fiction, Fantasy).


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