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     Date Submitted:09-10-2011
     Last Modified:09-10-2011 (04:23)
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     Current job:PhD student
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsSpace environment; Plasma Science; System Engineering

    27 years, French


    Young scientist willing to work in industry on space exploration and earth observation projects.

    Experience in system engineering, space plasma physics and mission planning gained during PhD and undergraduate studies.

    Used to interface with scientists, space agencies and industries. Instructed with technical and scientific communication methods (technical notes, scientific articles, international conferences).



    Université Paul Sabatier – Toulouse, France PhD in Physics (Space Science).

    Started in October 2008, defence scheduled for September 2011.  

    Subject: Study of the environment of Ganymede, and constraints for an orbiter.

    Grant awarded by the CNES and EADS Astrium in the context of the EJSM mission (Nasa-Esa), work performed at IRAP (ex CESR) Toulouse.

    Study of the plasma environment of Ganymede by performing numerical simulations (hybrid and PIC).

    Radiation dose estimation for a future orbiter, collaboration with Astrium Toulouse and ESA.

    Study of the impact of the orbit altitude on the spacecraft and its instrumentation, study of the impact of electrons flux on the instrumentation and its electronics.   

    University College London– London UK.  MSc in Space Science (Double diploma with Supelec).

    Sept 2007 to Sept 2008

    Courses fallowed: Space instrumentation (distinction), Space telecommunication & Space technology, Planetary and Atmospheric Physics, Solar physics, Space plasma physics.

    Thesis subject: Processing image data from Voyager 1 and 2 in order to study and reference Saturn ring spokes (6months).

    Group project subject,in collaboration with 20 MSc students dispatched in 5 team: Development of 3 alternative scenarii for the Kuafu mission (Multi spacecrafts earth and sun observation mission) in order to reduce costs, increase feasibility and maximize science return; member of the team “orbit and attitude control” (3months full time).

    Supelec–Paris, France. Engineering Diploma from First Tier French engineering school

    Sept 2005 to Sept 2008

    Teaching: General engineering with emphasis on system, electrical, automatic, and computer science. Double diploma with UCL in 3rd year.

    Preparatory Classes-Lycée Chaptal Paris

    Sept 2002 to June 2005

    Intensive courses in advancedmathematics , physics and engineering


    Professional Experience

    During PhD

    Teaching and lecturing.

    Writing of technical notes for ESA and Astrium,  academicals writings and presentations

    ENERTEC (Zodiac division for space and aeronautical image recording) summer 2008 (2 months), France (92)

    Internship in the BU “aero et defense”: development of a universal control toolbox in VHDL compatible with all embedded video format used by the company.  This toolbox was successfully used to detect errors from electronic cards integrated in image recording devices such as “black boxes” or telemeters.

    EDF summer 2007 (1 month), France (92)

    Internship in R&D division: support and handling


    Language and computer skills

    French mother tongue, English fluent, Spanish basic

    Advanced in C, Fortran, IDL, Matlab, Good knowledge of Java, Linux & VHDL


    Main publications and Conferences

    R.Allioux, P.Louarn, N. Andre, A Model of the energetic particle populations in the environment of Ganymede, JGR In press 2011

    R. Allioux, Advancedmodel of energetic particle populations in the environment of Ganymede, EGU 2011

    R. Allioux, R. Modolo, Simulation of the Jovian magnetopsheric plasma interaction with Ganymede’s magnetosphere, Preliminary developments EGU 2010

    R. Allioux, N. Andre , High energy particle population inside Ganymede magnetosphere EPSC2010



    Windsurfing, Skiing, Sailing (6 years in competition).

    Scientific Popularization for children at the stronomy Festival of Fleurance

    Basic French Pilot licence.

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