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     Date Submitted:29-08-2011
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     Current job:Signal Processing and Radionavigation Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsGNSS, GPS, Galileo, receiver processing, data acquisition, tracking, estimation-detection, filtering.
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    Signal Processing and Radionavigation Engineer

     

    Professional Experience

    2011 Acadomia teacher in mathematics and physics

    2005 - 2010 Research assistant, Dept. of Earth Observation, Chair of Mathematical Geodesy and Positioning, TU Delft, The Netherlands. Project initiated by the Royal Netherlands Naval College - NL Defence Academy (NLDA), Den Helder. Signal processing methods applied to GPS / GNSS Software Defined Receivers: standalone - interferometric GPS receiver processing. Scientific publications (attachment).

    2007-2009 Consulting for the Galileo Signal Monitoring Facility SMF project. Setting up a high-end monitoring receiver for Galileo signals collected with the astronomic antenna at Westerbork, The Netherlands. Project partners : ESA - TAS-I - ASTRON - TU Delft.

    2007-2009 Monitoring NLDA BSc students on GPS projects

    2005 Feb. to June. ISL, French-German Research Institute, Saint Louis, France. Noise cancellation on an acoustic device processing impulsive signals.

    2004 July. TeSA, Spatial and Aeronautical Telecommunications Laboratory of Toulouse. Satellite Broadcast Audience Estimation.

    2002-2003 Assembly line worker at PSA Peugeot Citroen, Mulhouse, France Education

    2002-2005 ENSEEIHT, Toulouse, France. (National Polytechnic Institute of Engineering in Electrotechnology, Electronics, Computer Science, Hydraulics and Telecommunications). Signal Processing engineering degree. Master of Science in Signal Processing, Acoustics and Optimization.

    2000-2002 Preparatory classes for engineering schools, Lycée Kléber, Strasbourg, France.

    1997-2000 Lycée Jean-Jacques Henner, Altkirch, Baccalauréat S, France.

     

    Academic and non-academic projects

    3rd year project : study of JASON altimetric data in collaboration with CNES-CLS. Bayesian classification of collected waveforms implemented with Matlab.

    Implementing DSP functions on Analog Devices ADSP2116X

    Modeling and implementation of a Huffman coder and a transmission channel - Matlab.

    Organising a conference focusing on energy issues. May 2003

    Responsible for communication, organisation of the student festival « Le Printemps de l’INP», 2004.

     

    Communication

    French Native speaker.

    English Advanced level. TOEIC passed in June 2004 with 895 points. Cambridge First Certificate in English passed in June 1999. In use at work. Scientific publications.

    German Advanced level. 13 years of practice.

    Dutch Fluent. Autodidactic learning

     

    Computer Skills

    System/software Windows / MS Office, OpenOffice

    Languages Matlab, HTML, XML, Maple, LaTeX, C/C++.

    Extra Curricular Activities

    Sports Hiking, alpine skiing, nordic skiing, learning languages.

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