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     Date Submitted:17-02-2012
     Last Modified:23-03-2012 (10:28)
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     Current job:MSc. Space Engineering
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, ,
     KeywordsGraduate Aerospace Space Engineering Simulation Programming Mission Design Analysis Analytical Systems Engineering Orbit
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    CURRICULUM VITAE

    Born 23 February 1986
    Gorinchem, the Netherlands
    Female

    EDUCATION
    2008-2012 MSc. Space Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Delft.
    Specialization ‘Orbits and Missions’
    Final grade 8/10

    MSc. thesis ‘Interplanetary trajectory design using Dynamical Systems Theory’.
    Analysis and simulation of manifolds in coupled circular restricted three body problems, to find energy efficient trajectories for interplanetary space flight.
    During my MSc. thesis I contributed to the Technical University Delft’s Astrodynamics Toolbox ‘Tudat’. This is a collection of functions written in C++ to be used in astrodynamics research and simulations. More information can be found on tudat.tudelft.nl.

    The MSc. curriculum consists of a core with general space engineering courses, a profile program with courses concerning astrodynamics and mission design, and elective courses on:
    -Precise orbit determination
    -Orbit optimization
    -Optimal control theory

    2004-2009 BSc. Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Delft.
    Three year basics in (aerospace) engineering, with a minor in Earth and Planetary Observation. The minor especially focuses on observational instruments, data analysis, planetary sciences and case studies. The two case studies of choice concerned the technology and future of solar sailing, and the contribution of satellite data to atmospheric models.

    The BSc. was closed off with a Design Synthesis Exercise ‘Discover Ganymede’ with a focus on systems engineering and space mission design. During 10 weeks, a group of ten students conceptually designed a satellite mission to the Jovian moon Ganymede, fulfilling constraints on amongst others cost, time and scientific goals.

    1998-2004 Atheneum, Merewade College, Gorinchem
    Pre-academic education.

    Major ‘Nature and Technology’,  consisting of:
    -Mathematics B 1,2
    -Physics 1,2
    -Chemistry 1,2

    Extra courses:
    -Informatics
    -Biology 1
    -Sociology

    INTERNSHIPS
    2010-2010 Politecnico di Milano, Faculty Aerospace Engineering, Milan, Italy.
    September to December 2010
    Development of the Orbital Simulator for Planetary Observation Mission Design. Simulation tool in MATLAB/Simulink for simulation of planetary observation missions and output on orbit and observation characteristics. Working independently, defining  the set-up of the tool based on requirements from the faculty. Writing all functions and documentation. Presenting the tool to the faculty.

    2009-2010 Dutch Space, Leiden.
    October 2009 to February 2010.
    Evaluation of the Generic Guidance Navigation and Control Simulation Environment (GGNCSim), to be used in the development, verification and operation of any GNC application. Functions for this tool are written in C and used in MATLAB/Simulink. My task was to identify weak spots and possible applications, as well as to get hands-on experience through the addition of different magnetosphere models ( and other functions needed for their implementation ) to the simulator and the translation of these models from FORTRAN to C.

    WORKING EXPERIENCE
    2006-2011 Tutor Mathematics, Capita Selecta, Rotterdam.
    Lecturing exam courses in calculus for first years Business Economics, Economics and Econometrics students at the Erasmus University Rotterdam.

    2005-2009 Administrative assistant, Allseas Engineering BV, Delft.
    Personnel administration, structuring documentation and handling visa applications.

    2005-2005 Data typist, Ministry of Finance, The Hague.
    Assisting the department of information on the construction of reports by using databases and SQL.

    1998-2004.
    Different part-time jobs, like outbound call-center operator and cashier.

    SOFTWARE EXPERIENCE
    Programming languages:
    C
    C++
    Fortran
    HTML
    Java

    Software:
    AutoCad
    MATLAB
    MS Office
    Oracle

    LANGUAGE SKILLS
    Dutch      Mothertongue
    English    Fluent
    Italian      Basic

    Both written and spoken.

    INTERESTS AND HOBBIES
    Sports and watching sports.
    Reading, literature and non-fiction.
    Cooking.


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