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     Date Submitted:26-10-2011
     Last Modified:26-10-2011 (03:33)
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     Current job:Systems Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAerospace engineer, space robotics engineer, systems engineer, rovers, mechanical engineer, matlab, C/C++, technical writing, communication, multidisciplinary teamwork, AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Guidance and Navigation Control, technology
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    EDUCATION

    Master of Applied Science (Aerospace) – University of Toronto (Sept/08 – Nov/10)
    B.A.Sc Engineering Science (Aerospace) – University of Toronto (Sept/03 – Jun/08)


    WORK EXPERIENCE

    European Space Agency (Dec/10 – Present)

    • Presently working as a Young Graduate Trainee in the General Studies Programme and the Advanced Concepts Team.
    • Designing and organizing a global competition for near Earth objects exploration and in-situ resource utilization.
    • Collaborating with researchers to work on various advanced space technology concept projects based on biomemetics.
    • Supporting the assessment of various space study results while effectively communicating these results internally and externally.


    Institute for Aerospace Studies - University of Toronto (Sept/09 – Dec/10)

    • As a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the course Spacecraft Dynamics and Control, marked assignments and provided extra help sessions to students.

    Slide-Master, a division of Magna Seating (Aug/06 – Aug/07)

    • As a Manufacturing Engineer, oversaw the manufacturing processes and robotics with respect to i-Disc I™ and i-Disc III™ disc recliner assembly lines.
    • Made design changes to improve efficiencies of the assembly lines.
    • Researched and developed prototype tooling.
    • Designed test parts to identify robotic functionality issues, and solved spontaneous issues as they occurred.

    Institute for Aerospace Studies - University of Toronto (Jun/06 – Aug/06)

    • Worked with Professor G.M.T. D’Eleuterio on a NASA funded research project to implement a system of collective autonomous lunar rovers to excavate extraterrestrial soil for radioactive waste disposal.
    • Performed camera calibration and analysis to aid in detecting shapes as landmarks for the localization of the robot.

    McLennan Physical Laboratories - University of Toronto (May/05 – Sept/05)

    • Worked with Professor Kent G.W. Moore (Chair of Physical and Chemical Engineering) on a funded research project.
    • Used extensive MATLAB programming, MATLAB 3D modeling, and WRF Modeling to model and simulate Taylor Columns on top of the Himalayan Mountains to assess the health risks associated with the presence of high ozone concentrations.

    McLennan Physical Laboratories - University of Toronto (Jul/04 – Sept/04)

    • Worked with Professor Gordon F. West and Professor Richard Bailey on a military funded geological physics project as part of the international effort to remove landmines.
    • Designed complex circuits for an electronic amplifier used to more accurately detect landmines by magnifying the amplitude of the magnetic signals received from candidate soil samples.
    • Constructed the chassis of the electronic amplifier using workshop machinery.

    PROJECTS

    Master’s thesis - University of Toronto (Sept/08 – Nov/10)

    • Worked with a large research team on a NASA and CSA funded project using lunar rovers to perform in-situ excavation and construction.
    • Developed and implemented a controller for three rovers to perform various autonomous excavation tasks on the Moon using neural networks (in C/C++ programming).
    • Aided in designing the robotic digging processes, constructed hardware, and designed various sensors for the lunar rovers.

    Space Systems Design Course - University of Toronto (Sept/07 – Jun/08)

    • As the Guidance, Navigation and Control (GNC) Engineer for a concept study of a lunar circumnavigation rover, designed a GNC subsystem to enable the rover to autonomously traverse the pre-planned Magellan Route at high speeds to CDR level.

    Undergraduate Aerospace Laboratory - University of Toronto (Sept/04 – Apr/05)

    • Designed and built a self-propelled robot to locate, mark, and record various coloured dots on a large piece of cloth, along with two other teammates.
    • Was responsible for designing and constructing the electromechanical subsystem of the machine along with the scanning, marking, and sensor mechanisms.

    TECHNICAL SKILLS

    • Design: AutoCAD, SolidWorks, WRF.
    • Programming Languages: C/C++, MATLAB, LaTeX.

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