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     Date Submitted:12-12-2011
     Last Modified:25-04-2012 (11:10)
    Job information
     Current job:Junior Software Engineer / Research Fellow
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems
     Keywordssoftware, telecommunication, avionic, satellite, operations, ground segment
    CV
    Personal Information
     
    Nationalities: Argentine, Italian.
    Date of Birth: 01.11.1985, Río Tercero, Argentina.
    Gender: Male
     
    Desired employment / Occupational field
     
    Software Engineer, Satellite Operation Engineer, Integration & Test
     
    Work experience
     

    Aeronautics Technologies Research & Development Center– July 2011 onwards
    Organization            Argentine  Air Force – Ministry of Defense
    Type of business    Defense / Research & Development        
    Role         Software Engineer
    Area         System Integration Laboratory -  Avionic Systems
    Project    “Implementation of ARINC 653 for the development of a new avionic     system under IMA modular architecture”.

    -     Responsible for the design, development and coding of simulation software of avionic subsystems (Navigation, Communication, MMI) for a Software-in-the-Loop test bench for a new avionic system with 1553 protocol.
    -     Analysis from system level (Simulator  Architecture) to bus level (1553)
    -     Participation in different phases of subsystem integration & test
    -     Elaborating technical documentation (SRS, SDD, ICD) and presentations for projects reviews (PDR,       CDR). ESA Standards (ECSS-E40-Software)
    -     Supporting the Mission Computer Team on training and developing action plans for testing the Operational Flight Program (OFP)
     

    Operational Analysis Department – January 2011 /  April 2011
    Organization             Argentine Air Force – Ministry of Defense
    Type of business     Defense          
    Role                            Stage / Internship
    -     Design and implementation of a Head Down Display (Multifunction Display) software simulator for the A4 avionic system.
    -     Configuration of embedded MIL-STD-1553 software PCI Cards for interfacing the avionic data bus.


    Part-time Developer – January 2009 . September 2010
    Type of business     Software & IT  
    -     Developing web-application in PHP & HTML/CSS
    -     Developing graphic design products
    -     Supporting network maintenance & communication consultancy 

     
     
    Education and training
     
    Dates: July 2011 onwards
    Title of qualification:   Master of Science in Engineering (M. Sc. Eng. : 2 years posgraduate degree)
                                           National University of Río Cuarto, Argentina
    Level in int. classification: ISCED 6
     
    Dates: March 2004 - July 2011
    Title: Telecommunications Engineer ( 5 years degree ) 
              National University of Río Cuarto, Argentina
    Average: 8.13 / 10
    Level in int. classification: ISCED 5 
     
    Languages Competences
     
    Spanish:  Mother Tongue
    English:   Understanding ( Listening & Reading ) = Very good
                      Speaking = Very good
                      Writing = Very good
    Italian:      Understanding ( Listening & Reading ) = Excellent
                      Speaking = Very good
                      Writing = Very good
    French:    Reading only
     
    International Certificate for Italian Language: PLIDA Livella B2
     
    Publications / Papers
     
    Grop A., Piris Botalla L., Quiroga J.J. “FX.25: AX.25 radio packet protocol optimization through FEC (forward error correction)”. 6th Argentine Congress for Space Technologies, 2011. 8 pages.
     
    Primo D., Grop A. “Development of embedded systems and software for simulation of avionic components under MIL-STD-1553”. XIV Workshop on Information Processing and Control, 2011. 6 pages.
     
    Grop A., Primo D., Amor M., Rodriguez G., Blas J. “Adaptable System Integration Laboratory for the next generation of avionic system”. (To present at ARGENCON 2012, organized by the IEEE)
     
    Participation in projects
     

    “Implementation of ARINC 653 for the development of a new avionic system under IMA modular architecture”  – July 2011 onwards
    Research Fellowship by the Ministry of Defense, Argentine Republic
    Classified as member staff of the Research & Development Staff of the Armed Forces
    Type of Business                     Defense / Aeronautic
    Organization            Aeronautics Technologies Research & Development Center

    “Satellite Orbit Determination & Automatic Tracking System”  – 2009 . 2011
    Type of Business                     Aerospace / Software / R&D
    Organization           Real-Time Systems Group / University of Rio Cuarto
    Abstract:  A software for orbit determination and an automatic tracking mechanism of LEO satellite was designed by the Radio-Communication Lab for educational purposes and downloading of weather images from NOAA satellites.
    -     Main responsible for design and implementation of orbit determination software
    -     Co-responsible for the automatic tracking mechanical system and electronic control devices
    -     Contribution to the development of a real-time software for decoding APT images

    “PehuenSat II ”  –  March 2011 . onwards
    Type of Business                     Aerospace
    Organization           National University of Comahue
    Abstract:  Pehuensat-II is the second amateur nano-satellite that is being developed by the University of Comahue (Argentine), being the first one (Pehuensat-I) launched on January the 10th 2007, from Satish Dawan (India). Their objectives are mainly educational.
    -     Analysis of telemetry protocols for the T&TC subsystem
     

    Summary of Professional Skills

    Software Development in various languages (C, C++, C#, PHP, XNA, Assembler)

    Software Development IDEs (Good MS Visual Studio, Basic Eclipse, Basic Qt)

    Telecommunications (Antennas, RF, Data Network Protocols, Digital Comm)

    Communications coding techniques (Red Solomon, Viterbi, … )

    Knowledge of modern computer system and programming languages, both low and high level

    Intermediate knowledge of UML modeling, design patterns and OOP

    Intermediate level of GNU/Linux-Unix environment.

    Good understanding of system level engineering

    System simulation and modeling tools (Matlab, Simulink, LabView … )

    Knowledge of avionic system and subsystem (Navigation, Communication, Flight Control, Weapon Management, Man-Machine Interfaces, … )

    Avionic Busses (Advanced 1553, Intermediate ARINC 429, Basic AFDX )

    Experience in elaborating technical documents with ECSS-E-ST-40-Software

    Understanding of telecom and navigation payload & subsystems

     


    Additional Information

    Italian Citizenship.  EU passport

    Willing to travel: Yes.

    Driver License.

    Available to work within a month

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