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     Date Submitted:16-11-2011
     Last Modified:11-05-2012 (09:48)
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     Current job:Policy and Regulatory Consultant - Electricity Industry
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services,
     Keywordsavionics testing, procedure design, requirements design, verification matrix design, CCD characterization, space systems assembly, integration, testing, mission simulation, systems engineer, research, ground operations
    CV

    EDUCATION:

    Master of Applied Science, conferred in October 2011,
    University of Toronto, Canada. Concentration: Space Systems Assembly, Integration and Testing

    Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering Science, conferred in 2009, University of Toronto, Canada.
    Concentration: Aerospace Engineering

     

    COMPUTER SKILLS:

    Languages & Software: MATLAB, C/C++, LATEX, Excel, Word, Powerpoint, IRAF

    Operating Systems: Windows, Linux, Mac

     

    LANGUAGE SKILLS:
    - English: fluent in speaking, reading and writing
    - Mandarin: fluent in speaking, reading and writing


    RELEVANT EXPERIENCES:

    Spacecraft Systems Assembly, Integration and Test Engineer (2009 to 2012) - Space Flight Laboratory

    • Designed the test procedure that verifies functionalities of the payload system (an optical instrument for space astronomy), which directed three international teams of engineers through testing six sets of payload aboard six spacecrafts.

    • Derived and constructed all verification matrices for the payload system based on the high level performance requirements posed by customer (science team).

    • Constructed detail procedures that guided characterization of the instrument photometers on six sets of payload on aspects such as bias level stability, saturation level, thermal sensitivity, and noise signature.

    • Experienced with the handling of delicate, flight-grade hardware and working inside class 10,000 clean room environment in compliance with electrostatic discharge
    precautions.

    • Cooperated with mission manager to carry out subsystems assembly and integration that lead to the successful completion of one of the six spacecrafts.

    • Prepared the test procedure used to verify spacecraft system-level functionalities, ensuring proper hardware assembly and software-hardware integration.

    • Collaborated in a team of three on 24-7 rotational shifts to carry out spacecraft system-level functional tests and operated the spacecraft to perform simulated commissioning and on-orbit operation tasks.

     

    Communication System Engineer - Solar Sailing Tech Demo Mission (2009)
    Term Project for Microsatellite Design, Graduate-level Course at University of Toronto

    • Took on responsibilities for the preliminary design of spacecraft’s communication system.

    • Employed a top-down design approach that involved identifying the high-level mission requirements and translating them into a set of data budgets and data transfer requirements.

    • Investigated on the existing receiver/transmitter hardware capabilities to extract characteristic parameters and constructed the uplink/downlink communication link budgets.

    • Simulated mission operation using Satel lite Tool Kit (STK) software to obtain information on spacecraft range and attitude with respect to ground station for the purpose of evaluating uplink/downlink data throughput levels.

     

    Systems Engineer - Satellite Refueling Tech Demo Mission (2008)
    Term Project for Space System Design, Undergraduate Course at University of Toronto

    • Designed the top-level mission operations concept (orbit transfers, rendezvous maneuvers, docking sequence, refueling sequence, etc.) through trade-off studies to evaluate the various methods of achieving the goal of refueling multiple satellites.

    • Defined the spacecraft modes and manners of mode transition to discretize the overall mission operations into manageable functional blocks.

    • Composed system-level and subsystem interface requirements using a top-down design methodology, dividing the functions associated with each mode into verifiable requirements and further deriving them into subsystem-level requirements.

    • Constructed and managed design budgets on the subsystem-level concerning aspects of mass, dimension, power, thermal, fuel, and data.

     

    PUBLICATION

    Primary author, The BRITE Constel lation Space Telescope - Design and Test of a Wide Field, High Resolution, Low Noise Optical Telescope for a Nanosatel lite Constellation, Proc. 25th Conference on Small Satellites, Logan, Utah, 2011.

    Technical session speaker at 25th Conference on Small Satellites, Logan, Utah.

     

    LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

    Elected Treasurer of the Aerospace Student Association for 2010 to 2011.

    Composed funding proposal and engaged in negotiation with funding entities that successfully lead to the increase in funding by 50% for the student body.

     

    INTERESTS

    Photography, beach volleyball, reading, hiking, rock climbing and jogging.

     

    REFERENCE

    Mr. Mihail Barbu, Senior Electrical Designer, Space Flight Laboratory
    E-Mail: atlantis.mb(at)gmail.com
     


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