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     Date Submitted:16-10-2011
     Last Modified:19-11-2019 (03:34)
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     Current job:Space Operations Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services,
     KeywordsATV-CC, ground, controller, space operations, AIV, Ariane 5, Vega, monitoring, control, bench, software, Sentinel, Copernicus, Earth Observation, ATV-CC, ATV, Launchers
    CV

    Date of birth : Apr. 8th 1979

    Nationality : French

    Marital status : Single

     

    Professional Experience

    Oct 2015 -Present

    AUSY : mission forAirbus Defense & Space, Toulouse

    o Centre Expert on Sentinel1 & Sentinel 3 PDGS (Payload Data Ground Segment) for Copernicus project: System installation and validation (Linux environment), reporting for ESA, analyzis and resolution of anomalies, user support, activities in 7/7

    o Operational manager of Copernicus PDGS Coordination Desk for all Sentinel satellites (1, 2, 3 and 5p)

    o Ausy Implant manager for Space Operations at Airbus D&S :

    - Managing a team of 10 engineers and technicians,

    - recruitmentand training of the team members,

    - Team planning (for 365 days a year operations),

    - Support on Delivery Ordersfor Ausy contract (costing, acceptance, meetings)

    o Site manager for the 50 Ausy employees in mission on Airbus D&S site

    2015 (Jun – Sep)

    CLEMESSY Switzerland – Basel, Switzerland

    AIV engineer on EGSE (Electrical Ground Support Equipment) :

    o   AIV (Assembly, Integration, Validation) of EGSE for main customers of space industry : Airbus D&S, Thales Alenia Space, OHB, etc.

    o   Writing & Execution of Test Procedures (electrical performance, software configuration) for specific functions of SCOE : SAS (Solar Array Simulator), Power Supply, Battery simulation, Battery Conditioning Simulation, Pyro lines simulation

     

     

     

    2012 – 2015

    CLEMESSY Switzerland: ATV-CC in CNES Toulouse

    Ground Controller, responsible for :

    o   Telemetry and Telecommand management (Artemis, TDRS)

    o   Ground segment availability for all ATV-CC teams

    o   Production and deployment of ATV-CC Mission database (MDB)

    o   Backup and archive systems (TiNa and ADA)

    o   AIV (Assembly, Integration, Verification) of ground segment software at ATV-CC in accordance with CNES and ESA requirements

    o   Procedures management software MOIS, to convert procedures delivered by Airbus D&S into ATV-CC format

    o   DataGateway for exchanges within ATV-CC and with international partners (MCC-H, MCC-M, COL-CC, etc.)

     

     

     

    2008 – 2012

    CLEMESSY (MEX-SCC) - Kourou: Maintenance and Operation of the ARIANE 5 control and command benches.

    Ground segment software engineer within the “Application” team, LN3 applicative software modifications instruction and coding:

    o   Production and generation of LN3 applicative software configurations intended for ARIANE 5 control and command benches (CCO, CCX)

    o   Coding of test procedure (ADA)

    o   Automatic restitution and exploitation of the ARIANE 5 operations data (UTE)

    o   Software configuration management

     

    Jan – Oct 2009

     

    CLEMESSY (at VITROCISET S.p.A.) - Rome: VEGA Ground Segment Project – Support to BCVF SW development activities.

    Ground segment software engineer:

    o   CCV (VEGA Operational Control Bench) – LN3 Applicative Software Activities (Coding rules elaboration, coordination of LN3 SW development, LN3 SW architecture analysis & specification, coding of test procedure (JAVA),

    o   Support of FEE 1553 test & validation

     

     

     

    2006 – 2008

     

    TEKELEC (with Alten)- Mulhouse

    Implementation engineer for Telecom system (Monitoring, Media Gateway…), in charge of:

    o   Project management

    o   Solution engineering

    o   Managed integration and installation at factory and site level in multiple countries (Texas, London, Slovakia, Romania, …)

    o   Supervised integration, test and acceptance

    o   Sub-contractors management

    o   Training, Technical support

     

     

    2004 – 2006

     

    ALCATEL (With Alplog) – Illkirch-Graffenstaden

    AIV engineer for Telecom system, in charge of:

    o   Coding tools for validation activities and anomalies management

    o   Strategies for test development and planning

    o   Supervised integration, test and acceptance, for Telephone terminals Validation

     

     

    April 2003– Sept 2003

     

    University of Southern California (USC) – Los Angeles USA

    Development Engineer, in charge of design, development of a visual recognition system for in land and air mobile robots

     

     

    July 2002– Sept 2002

     

     

     

    SIEMENS – Munich Germany

    Development Engineer, in charge of design, development in C++ of  an autonomous threshold optimizer for a 3D camera

    Education

     

    2000 - 2003

    Engineer diploma – Software and computer Science - Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Physique de Strasbourg (ENSPS), now Télécom Physique Strasbourg (TPS).

     

    1997 - 2000

    Post-secondary preparatory classes preparing for entrance examinations to the French engineering schools – Classes préparatoires aux Grandes Ecoles au lycée Bellevue de Toulouse (PC*).

     

    1997

    Scientific high school diploma – Physics option (Baccalauréat S).

     

     

    Skills

     

    Operational activities

    On-console activities (launch, free-flight, docking, attached phase, undocking, re-entry), operational meetings, on-call activities

    ATAC (ATV Training Academy) certification for Ground Controller position

    NASA operations webtools : creation of TDRS reservation requests using Electronic Flight Notes (EFNs)

    Real-time coordination with international partners (NASA, Roscosmos, etc.)

    Wrote and executed Operational Procedures

    Coordinated anomaly reports resolution and change requests implementation

    AIV campaign preparation (requirements specification, creation and execution of test strategies)

    Software : MOIS by RHEA, M&C by Thales, TiNa and ADA by ASG

     

     

    Programming tools

    C, C++ with MFC, LabView, ADA, DCL, Java with Eclipse platform

     

    Databases

    Oracle 10g, SQL, MS-ACCESS

     

    Operating systems

    Linux, Windows, VAX/VMS,

     

    Language

    French (native language)

    English (fluent level)

    German (basic knowledge)

    Italian (beginner)

     

    Other skills

    Work effectively under high pressure

    Team oriented / Customer focused

    Real-time problem identification & resolution

     

    Miscellaneous

     

    Sports

    Sailing (Ariane’s Cup), Tennis, Running, Swimming, Badminton

     

    Culture

    International Travel, Singing and Guitar

     


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