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     Date Submitted:18-09-2011
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     Current job:Propulsion and AOCS Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     Keywordspropulsion, attitude control, flight dynamics, design sensors, system engineering
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    Date of Birth:

    December 22nd, 1984

    Place of Birth:

    Tartagal (Salta), Argentina

    Nationalities:

    Argentinean, Spanish

    Marital Status

    Single

     

    MAIN TOPICS OF INTEREST

    ·         Space propulsion and flight dynamics

    ·         Feedback control systems analysis and design

    ·         Mission analysis

    ·         Design of sensors

    ·         Software, proto-software, VHDL coding

    ·         Thermo-hydraulics and plant modeling

    ·         Business planning and system management

    EDUCATION

    August 2008 – June 2011:

    Master of Engineering

    Balseiro Institute, National University of Cuyo, Argentina (www.ib.edu.ar)

    Thesis title: Design and Implementation of a Fine Solar Sensor for Aerospace Applications (June 2011), point average: 9/10

     

    August 2005 – June 2008:

    Nuclear Engineering

    Balseiro Institute, National University of Cuyo, Argentina (www.ib.edu.ar)

    Thesis title: Real-time PIV Velocimetry based on FPGA technology (June 2008), point average: 9/10

     

    February 2003 – June 2005:

    Electronics Engineering (first five semesters)

    National University of Tucumán, Argentina (www.unt.edu.ar)

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

     

    ·         INVAP SE – Aerospace and Government Area (August 2008 – Present).

    o   System engineer responsible for ARSAT-2 (geostationary satellite) propulsion system.

    o   Design and analysis of propulsion system of ARSAT satellites platforms:

    §  Definition of interface requirements with Attitude Control, Thermal, and Mechanical systems.

    §  Thruster configuration designer, plume impingement analysis.

    §  Reliability analysis of thruster configuration.

    o   Support Engineer for propulsion system of SAC-D/Aquarius satellite (NASA-CONAE project to globally measure oceans’ surface salinity).

    §  Modules fabrication, integration, assembly and testing.

    §  Member of the launch and early orbits phase (LEOP) support and commissioning engineering team.

    o   Spacecraft attitude and orbit: dynamics, instrumentation and control.

    §  Actuators and attitude sensors configuration.

    §  Thruster selection algorithmia and modeling.

    §  Propellant sloshing and flexible structural modes models analysis and programming for in-house general spacecraft simulator.

    §  Attitude controller architecture, PID and structural filters design for GTO orbit rising maneuvers.

    §  Genetic Algorithms to optimize attitude feedback controllers

    o   Development of an engineering model of a compact high accuracy solar sensor for aerospace applications.

    §  Part of industrial/academic agreement between Balseiro Institute and INVAP. Conceptual to detail design, fabrication tracking and performance verification.

    ·         BARILOCHE ATOMIC CENTER - Cavitation and Biotechnology Lab  (August 2007 – June 2008).

    o   Research and development of a real-time particle image velocimetry (PIV) system for fluid flows studies based on FPGA technology.

    ·         SOFTWARE DEVELOPER (2002 - Present)

    o   Optimization of travel searching systems for internet applications / Image processing.

    References:

    ·         José Relloso, Santiago Martinez, Gabriel Absi. INVAP SE, Bariloche, Argentina.

    ·         Fabián Bonneto, Damián Dellavale, Maximiliano Sonnaillon. CAB, Bariloche, Argentina.

    ·         Dieter Simon. Space Transportation, EADS Astrium, Lampoldshausen, Germany

    ·         Carl Guernsey. Propulsion, JPL NASA, Pasadena, USA.

    SOFTWARE PACKAGES

    MathWorks MATLAB/SIMULINK for analysis, design and algorithmia prototyping.

    Hardware logic in VHDL/Verilog for FPGA/ASIC digital designs: Xilinx ISE, Mentor Graphics ModelSim, Mentor Graphics FPGA Advantage, Leonardo.

    Programming: C/C++, Python, Eclipse Environments, Web design (PHP, MySQL, JS, CSS, HTML, Apache, Corel), VisualBasic. Parallel Programming: PETSc, MPI.

    3D drawing design in Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks.

    AWARDS AND HONORS

    YPF Foundation full scholarship (2005-2008).

    Member of the Argentinean Mathematical Olympiad (OMA) team at high school (2000).

    FOREIGN LANGUAGES

    Spanish: native language.

    English: fluent, spoken and written

    French: basic level, spoken and written

    PUBLICATIONS

    Thesis: “Sensor solar fino para aplicaciones aeroespaciales” (Spanish), 2011.

    Tech Paper: “Real time particle image velocimetry based on FPGA technology”. Selected for presentation at IEEE 5th Southern Programmable Logic Conference, São Carlos, Brazil, 2009.

    Thesis: “Velocimetría PIV en tiempo real basada en lógica programable FPGA” (Spanish), 2008.

    EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES / PERSONAL INTERESTS

    Sailing and motor yachts helmsman (timonel de yate a vela y motor, PNA).

    Gastronomic tourism & travelling / Sports: football, tennis, ski.

    -Last update: Sept 2011-


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