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     Date Submitted:16-01-2012
     Last Modified:22-01-2012 (07:12)
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     Current job:Law Student
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     Keywordslaw, aerospace, engineer, International Space Station, patent
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    E D U C A T I O N

    University of California (U.C.), Davis School of Law

    Juris Doctor May 2012/GPA: 3.24

    ·         Exchange Student at the University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Law, Spring 2011         

    ·         Submissions Committee, U.C. Davis Journal of International Law and Policy

    ·         American Society of International Law

    ·         King Hall Intellectual Property Legal Association

    ·         San FranciscoIntellectual Property Law Association

     

    University of Texas at Austin, College of Engineering

    Bachelor of Science, Aerospace Engineering May 2006/GPA: 3.41

    ·         President/Treasurer, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

    ·         Kappa Theta Epsilon (Cooperative Engineering Honor Society)

    ·         Marsha and Wallace Fowler Endowed Merit Scholarship; MCorp-George L. Clark Scholarship; University of Texas College Scholar

    ·         Vice President/Historian, International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience

    ·         Aerospace Department Rube Goldberg Design Team

     

    E X P E R I E N C E

    United States Patent and Trademark Office, Alexandria, Virginia

    International Studies Extern  (June - August 2011)

    ·         Participated in Extern Patent Examiners training; learned how to conduct prior art searches and to prepare office actions

    ·         Conducted International Timing Study with emphasis on European Patent Office procedures to analyze potential for work-sharing between patent offices

     

    Law Offices of Peter Robert Stone, Sacramento, CA

    Law Clerk  (June - July 2010)

    ·         Prepared court documents including complaints, demurrers, requests for discovery, and motions for a variety of civil cases

    ·         Drafted demand letters and settlement agreement to send clients and opposing counsel

    ·         Researched legal issues and prepared memos on legal questions

     

    Proyecto Dignidad Conciencia Respeto, Quito, Ecuador

    School Volunteer  (April - July 2009)

    ·         Managed weekly fundraising event to raise 100% of salaries for teachers and a social worker

    ·         Assisted Ecuadorian teacher in Spanish speaking school for 27 underprivileged children of varying ages and grade levels

    ·         Created extracurricular program for students; led sessions of basketball, art, and tutoring

     

    The Boeing Company, Houston, Texas

    International Space Station (ISS) Environmental Controls and Life Support (ECLS)

    Mechanical Systems Design and Analysis Engineer  (June 2006 - July 2008)

    ·         Examined ISS oxygen and nitrogen reserves and predicted future gas needs; conducted study of ISS gaseous requirements for post Space Shuttle Transition and Retirement; worked with several ISS teams to develop gas re-supply plan

    ·         Resolved real-time ISS anomalies in Mission Evaluation Room to support NASA Mission Control Center-Houston

    ·         Led ECLS team’s data trending and analysis effort; oversaw ECLS Trending Report containing 25+ subsystem analyses created by ECLS team members and delivered to NASA biannually

    ·         Created automated system for ECLS telemetry retrieval, database storage, and website graphic representation; trained and assisted ECLS team members in use of system

    ·         Secondary project lead on the Major Constituent Analyzer (MCA) subsystem; coordinated between subcontractor and NASA on integration issues pertaining to the MCA

     

    The Boeing Company, Houston, Texas

    International Space Station (ISS) Environmental Controls and Life Support (ECLS)

    Student Engineer  (January - August 2004 & January - August 2005)

    ·         Consolidated and upgraded several programs to plot and manipulate ISS ECLS telemetry into a single On-Orbit Data Analyzing Tool

    ·         Updated and improved White Papers analyzing various topics such as ISS Cabin Air Changes, Inter-module Ventilation Flow and Extravehicular Activity Gas Usage

     

    P U B L I C A T I O N S

    Daniel J. Leonard, Ryan N. Schaezler & Saneil A. Suri, International Space Station Extravehicular Activity Gas Usage (Soc’y. of Auto. Eng’rs., 2005).

    Jonathan Reyes, Saneil Suri, William Vanden Dries & Phillip Watters, RSVP Lunar Habitats(Univ. of Texas at Austin, 2005).

     

    S K I L L S

    ·         Familiar with programming: skilled in Visual Basic, some experience with C++, Python, SQL, HTML, GAMBIT/FLUENT, SolidWorks, and Matlab

    ·         Experienced in Microsoft Office: particularly with Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, and Project

    ·         Conversationally fluent in Spanish


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