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     Date Submitted:26-09-2011
     Last Modified:29-09-2011 (07:31)
    Job information
     Current job:Graduate in telecommunications and space systems engineering
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordstelecommunications, space systems, satellite communications, team working, presentations, report writing, project management, organisation, multitasking




    September 2010 — September 2011

    MSc Space Science and Engineering at University College London, UK


    • Modules studied: relevant modules in the field of spacecraft technology including Space Science, Environment and Satellite Missions, Space Systems Engineering and Space Instrumentation.


    • Individual project

      • Study of some aspects of the AXIOM mission to observe the interactions between the solar wind and the Earth's magnetosphere

      • Orbit analysis with STK/Astrogator

      • Radiation environment analysis with SPENVIS

      • Instrument boom design using beam theory


    • Group project (6 weeks, group of 19 students)

      • Complete pre-phase A study of a mission to a centaur object (Chariklo)

      • Study of a possible gravity-assisted trajectory via Venus, Earth and Jupiter

      • Deputy team leader of the flight dynamics team

      • Active participation in project management, report writing and presentations


    February — June 2010

    Erasmus Programme at Dublin City University, Ireland


    • Modules studied: Image Processing and Analysis, C++ Programming, Multimedia Technology, Database Theory, Operations Research, Mathematical Statistics


    • Projects carried out:

      • Programmed an encoder/decoder for multimedia files using adaptive arithmetic coding

      • Performed image processing tasks aimed at isolating particular objects in an image


    2008 — 2010

    (graduation expected in 2011)

    Master of Engineering (taught in French) at Telecom Bretagne, France


    • Subjects studied: Telecommunications & Networks, Electronic Engineering


    • Complex systems project (group of 9 students):

      • Imagined a mission for measuring various parameters of the atmosphere over the Atlantic ocean using a balloon-carried payload

      • Participated in meetings, wrote parts of the technical-economic report, was one of the speakers during the final presentation to the jury


    • Development project (group of 4):

      • Developed a breakout-like game on a programmable logic board (FPGA) that was used for presentations of the Electronic Engineering department

      • Was responsible for key parts of the game, such as the ball's behaviour or the output on a computer screen

      • Wrote parts of the technical report and designed the project's poster


    • Start-up project (group of 8):

      • Developed the idea of a virtual fitting room

      • Participated in brainstorming during an idea-generating session

      • Introduced the idea to two different juries and had positive feedback

      • Worked on a business-plan (market analysis, potential customers etc.) and carried out a survey via an online questionnaire


    • Practical workshops

      • Participated in laboratory activities (84 hours in total) focusing on measurements and testing (including spectrum analysis, digital communication chain and digital electronics)

      • Kept a laboratory notebook, wrote reports and did presentations




    August 2009

    Internship at Proxim Wireless (Milpitas, CA, USA)


    • Main duties:

      • Performed testing of the company's products for broadband wireless data transmission (WiMAX) in terms of throughput and latency

      • Verified and completed a table of values for different types of modulations and protocols (tcp/udp)

      • Updated firmware on devices that were later shipped to customers

      • Updated the database containing information about current partners and distributors, deleted duplicates, added new entries

      • Sent welcome e-mails to about 50 new partners


    • Skills gained:

      • Problem solving through dealing with unexpected network breakdowns and repairing them

      • Communication skills through working with the marketing department and corresponding by e-mail with colleagues away from the main office

      • Responsibility when handling the partners database and welcome e-mails




    Operating systems

    Windows (advanced), Linux (basic)

    Software packages

    Microsoft Office, (advanced)

    Space missions study: STK/Astrogator, Spenvis

    Miscellaneous: Matlab, Pspice, LabView, Maple, Xilinx ISE

    Programming & web

    HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, MySQL, C++, Java, VHDL





    Mother tongue


    Second language, fluent in speaking and writing


    Fluent in speaking and writing


    Good understanding, basic conversation




    Russian society

    Ran my school's Russian society for more than a year, organised weekly language courses and discussions about Russian culture and folklore.


    Volunteered at the London Green Fair in June 2011


    Tennis (leisure and student tournaments), jitsu (yellow belt)


    Played guitar in a band, participated in several concerts for students

    Other interests

    Photography, design, rock & folk music, hi-tech

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