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     Date Submitted:04-01-2012
     Last Modified:08-01-2012 (04:34)
    Job information
     Current job:Flight Deck analysis engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsComputer-Aid Design, mechanisms analysis, innovative structures, material science
    CV
    Please regard this CV as the application for one of your company’s career vacancies:
    I am currently working in the Flight Deck & Human Factor Department of Airbus Military,
    the leading European engineering company for the Light & Medium transport and
    surveillance aircraft market, performing the roles of Flight Deck layout definition, ergonomy
    & accessibility analysis, workload scheduling and control panels design in I+D projects.
     
    My career in the aeronautic field started in 2005 when I took part in ESA’s 8th Student
    Parabolic Flight Campaign with the “Water mist as an extinguishing method for enclosed
    fire under microgravity” experiment. I was responsible for the conception, design &
    manufacturing of the whole system and, as a result, I was granted with the 1st “CDT
    FOINDESA Award for the Aeronautic Technological Innovation”, awarded by Foindesa
    Foundation’s Technological Outreach Center.
     
    In 2006/07 I made an internship at the Space Mechanisms Division of EADS Astrium
    CASA-Espacio carrying out, among others, the roles of conception of mechanisms for
    space deployments (antennas, solar arrays, booms). During this year I took part in such
    intensive projects as JPL MSL High Gain Antenna System.
     
    In 2007 I worked at Industrial Chemistry Directorate of the European Patent Office (The
    Hague, Netherlands) as a patent analist. My specific assignment was related to new
    applications of carbon nanotubes, fullerene & graphene (nanocomposites, field emitting
    displays, ESD protection, supercapacitators, artificial-muscle actuators, etc).
     
    As a result of the expertise I acquired in the space field, in 2008 I took part at ESA’s 1st
    Lunar Robotic Challenge, in charge of the mechanical conception & design of the “UPM
    Moon Hound” Vehicle. This remote-controlled Rover was able to deploy from a stowed
    configuration and to overcome bumpy slopes of more than 45º inclination to pick samples
    providing its equipments with thermal & mechanical protection (patent pending).
    In 2009 I collaborated with ETSII (UPM) in the conception of small disposable robots in the
    “FRACTAL” project for field surveyance.
     
    From 2008-10 I was involved in the analysis, design & manufacturing of a 125 CC 2-
    Stroke sport motorbike. This vehicle combined a conventional multitubular chassis with
    composite structures defined by an aerodynamic optimization software. This project meant
    a remarkable success and continues nowadays with a new 250 CC 4-Stroke sportbike.
     
    After the engineering experience acquired in international organizations like EADS
    ASTRIUM, Airbus Military, EPO and ESA, I feel the need to further expand my abilities and
    knowledge of demanding roles as those expected from the space standards. Experience,
    skills, and abilities that I can offer include:
    o Above average communication in English & French and issues resolution skills;
    o Ability to communicate with staff and motivate them to face and overcome difficulties;
    o Expertise working effectively in a dynamic, multi-tasking and international environment;
     
    To further acquaint you with the specifics of my background, I enclose a CV providing
    more details of the experience, skills, and abilities that I possess. Looking forward to
    receive a positive answer, I remain fully available for an interview if my qualifications are
    accepted.
     
    ACADEMIC EDUCATION:
    - Technical Aeronautical Engineer (Ingeniero Técnico Aeronáutico)
    Escuela Universitaria de Ingenieros Técnicos Aeronáuticos (EUITA)
    Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM, Spain)
    Emphasis: Aircrafts
    - Student of Materials’ Engineering (Ingeniería de Materiales, 2 years degree)
    Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos (UPM, Spain)
    Facultad de Ciencias Físicas (Complutense University of Madrid - UCM, Spain)
     
    LANGUAGE SKILLS:
    - High Degree in English in the State-run School of Languages (Spain)
    - Fifth Grade of French in the State-run School of Languages (Spain)
    - Second Grade of German in the State-run School of Languages (Spain)
     
    COMPUTER SKILLS:
    CAD
    - Thorough CATIA V5 experience (~ 4000 hours)
    - Degree in CATIA V5 R12 Computer-Aided Design at UPM (2004, 250 Hours) Sketcher, Part Design, Assembly Design, GSD, Drafting
    - CATIA V5 R16 Ergonomic activity analysis
    - Basic knowledge of Auto – Cad R14 at UPM
    FEM
    - Degree in CATIA V5 R14 ElFini & NASTRAN / PATRAN Finite Elements
    Modeling at Foindesa Foundation (May 2007, 164 Hours)
    - Degree in CATIA V5 R17 ElFini, FEMAP & NASTRAN / PATRAN Finite
    - Elements Modeling at CadTech (April 2008, 164 Hours)
    THERMAL
    - FEMAP 9.2 Thermal analysis
    DESIGN OPTIMIZATION
    - modeFRONTIER v4 Virtual testing
     
    OTHER CERTIFICATES:
    - Participation in the 1st ESA’s LUNAR ROBOTIC CHALLENGE (2008)
    Conception & mechanical design of the “UPM Moon Hound rover”
    http://robcib.etsii.upm.es/blogs/moonhound/
    - Participation in the ESA’s 8th Student Parabolic Flight Campaign (2005)
    Conception & design of the 1st experiment proceeding from
    E.U.I.T.Aeronáutica that took part in ESA’s SPFC:
    “Water-mist as an extinguishing method for enclosed fire in ZERO-G”
    - Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymers structural design & manufacturing
    - Conception, design and manufacturing of a CFRP structure (chassis,
    subchassis, rear swinging arm) & integration of a Head-Up Display in a
    125CC 2-stroke racing bike: http://www.upm-motostudent.com/
    - Development, Management & Maintenance of Wind Turbines (UPM 200 Hrs)
    - Familiarization with the C/CE.15 System (Mc Donell Douglas F-18) at
    Spanish Air Force’s 12th Wing (50 Hours)
     
    CONFERENCES & PUBLICATIONS:
    “Student research in µg” October, 14th 2005, E.U.I.T. Aeronáutica
     
    AWARDS:
    “CDT FOINDESA 2005 FOR THE TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION IN THE
    AERONAUTIC FIELD”
    Awarded by Foindesa Foundation’s Technological Outreach Center to the
    research project "Water-mist as a fire-extinguishing method in µg"
     
     
    INTERVENTION LEVEL (Career summary):
     
    EADS-ASTRIUM Casa Espacio (Madrid, Spain)
    Space Mechanisms Department Internship (Mars`06 – Mars`07)
    - Participation on the project “X-Band High Gain Antenna System” for the
    Mars Science Laboratory rover (JPL, NASA)
    - Analysis of space deployable mechanisms (antennas, solar arrays, etc)
     Familiarized with hold-down release pyrotechnic devices such as
    separable nuts, bolt-cutters, pin-pullers, etc.
     
    EUROPEAN PATENT OFFICE (The Hague, The Netherlands)
    Carbon nanotechnology patents analysis & classification ( - Sept’07)
     
    AEROSERTEC (Madrid, Spain) Design department ( - Nov’08)
    - Conception, design, thermal & FEM analysis of a remote controlled
    vehicle for space exploration
    - Composite lay-up of structural components & ducts
     
    EADS Airbus Military (Madrid, Spain)
    Flight Deck & Human Factor Department (Nov’08 - nowadays)
    - Airborne equipment integration & compatibility
    - Ergonomic & Human Factor analysis
    - I+D project: conception of the Flight Deck of a new Medium Transport & Tactical Aircraft

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