To pursue a lifelong career and learning experience as an engineer in the Space industry that will allow me to work creatively on projects that will improve the condition of humanity through increased knowledge and understanding of the universe.
I am a self-motivated hard worker, who will do anything to get the job done. I am also a fast learner, I work well in teams, and I am always eager to gain new knowledge and skills. Best of all I have a passion for space exploration, and I will bring that passion with me to work every day.
Pursuing Masters of Science in Aerospace Engineering 2010-2011
University of Maryland, College Park, Md, USA
Masters of Science in Space Studies Aug 2010
International Space University, Strasbourg, Fr
Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering Dec 2008
University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl, USA
Intern, Commercial Spaceflight Federation Oct 10 – Jan 11
Researched and reported on topics of special interest to the commercial spaceflight industry.
Attended regulatory and industry meetings about various topics in commercial human spaceflight.
Performed general office tasks on a daily basis.
Researcher, JAXA at ISAS, Sagamihara, Jp May 10 – Aug 10
Created autonomous navigation software for a lunar rover using stereo vision.
All programming was done in C++ with extensive use of the OpenCV library.
Research Assistant, University of Florida, Hort. Sci. Dept. Aug 08 – Dec 08
Built, and tested experiments about the effects on plants of a micro-gravity environment, with the purpose of better understanding the way plants respond to the stresses of space.
Other experimentation related to the growth and study of plants in space.
Researcher, University of North Carolina Charlotte Summer 2008
Designed, built, and conducted experiments into the creation of micro/nano fibers to be used in micro/nano scale robotics.
Assisted in the construction and testing of the robots utilizing these fibers
Machining Simulation Development, General Dynamics-OTS Aug 07 – Apr 08
Led a subgroup in an interdisciplinary team of 20 students to create a semi-generative CAPP system for the General Dynamics Scranton Facility
Developed methods using Pro/Manufacture and AdvantEdge PM2D to simulate lathing processes, and automatically generate in process diagrams.
Casino Bookkeeper, Excelsior Hotel and Casino, Tegucigalpa, Honduras Summer 2003
I did all bookkeeping activities for the casino, and managed cash flow on and off the floor.
Oversaw biweekly government tax evaluations.
Farming/Exploring in Ecuador/Peru, Spring 2009
Implemented and learned sustainable organic agriculture techniques
Interacted and lived in unfamiliar cultures
Skill Building in Israel, Jewish Leadership Institute Summer 2007
Leadership exercises and workshops
Learning, exploring, and volunteering
Volunteer in Thailand, American Jewish World Service Summer 2006
Spent two months in the jungle with Burmese refugees working on sustainable housing, agriculture, education, and health projects.
Culture Night Organiser at ISU 2009-2010
Aerodynamics design team member, Design Build Fly completion 2006-08
Worked on NASA funded Electro-Active Polymer group research project 2007
AFRL Joint Propulsion Conference Student Design Challenge (Winning team!) 2006-07
Payload design and aircraft layout and construction
AIAA member 2006-2011
Fundraising chair, Upstart Films club 2004-05
· CAD: Pro/E, SolidWorks
· Mill and Lathe Experience
· Composites Manufacturing
· C++, C Programming
· Amateur Robotics
· Plant Propagation
· Organic Agriculture Techniques
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