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     Date Submitted:29-12-2011
     Last Modified:03-01-2012 (04:20)
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    Summary

    Highly motivated, bilingual, accomplished aerospace engineering graduate with design, build, and operation experience seeking employment in the aerospace industry

     

    Education

    University of Michigan B.S.E. Aerospace Engineering                   September 2008 – May 2012


    ·       Space Policy and Management

    ·       Aerodynamics

    ·       Solid Mechanics and Aerospace Structures

    ·       Flight Dynamics and Controls

    ·       Performance of Aircraft and Spacecraft

    ·       Aircraft and Spacecraft Propulsion


    Universidad de Barcelona                            January – May 2011

    Spanish Language and Culture

     

    Engineering Projects and Experience

    Michigan Multipurpose Minisatellite                             September 2010 Present

    ·       Mission Operations Lead (5 people)

    ◦       Perform orbital analyses and operation scheduling

    ◦       Conduct orbital simulations to generate two line elements

    ◦       Write MATLAB code to automate tracking of onboard power and data

    ·       Structures Team Member

    ◦       Procured and installed dry nitrogen storage system for solar cells

    ◦       Assembled and tested six two-cell solar panels for flight unit

    • Machining Team Lead (3 people)

    ◦       Manufactured antenna and circuit board mounts, structural panels, and structural rails for engineering unit

    ◦       Developed CNC mill rail machining process and composed procedure document

     

    Radio Aurora Explorer 2 Satellite                                 June – August 2011

    • Integration Team Member

    ◦       Perform orbital simulations and calculations to determine trajectories

    ◦       Assembled and tested four seven-cell solar panels for flight unit

    ◦       Staked and applied conformal coating for four flight unit circuit boards

    ◦       Performed final flight unit integration with two co-workers

     

    2010 CanSat Competition                                 September June 2010

    • Team Lead (4 people)

    ◦       Designed, populated, and tested PCB circuit board

    ◦       Constructed, integrated, and tested CanSat structure

    ◦       Wrote microcontroller code for temperature sensor, pressure sensor, and radio communication

    ◦       Traveled to launch site,  delivered post-flight presentation, awarded 5th of 18 international competitors

     

    National Spherical Torus Experiment                        June August 2009

    • Department of Energy Intern at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

    ◦       Assisted in vacuum system redesign

    ◦       Assessed design feasibility by performing calculations

    ◦       Presented results to laboratory staff

     

    Selected Competencies

       Computer

    Machine Shop

    Language

    ·  Matlab

    ·  SolidWorks

    ·  Altium

    ·  C/C++

    ·  Ansys

    ·  STK

    ·  CNC and hand mills

    ·  General shop tools

    ·  Machining from drawings

    ·  Highly proficient in Spanish

     

     

    Awards

    • Boeing Industry Scholarship recipient for 2011 – 2012
    • CanSat Team Most Valuable Member Winter 2010

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