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Mon, 26 Sep 2022 18:45:23 +0000
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Mon, 26 Sep 2022 15:29:57 +0000
NASA will move the Space Launch System rocket from its launch pad back the Vehicle Assembly Building as a precaution for an approaching hurricane, a decision that may delay the Artemis 1 mission until November. The post SLS to roll back to VAB as hurricane approaches Florida appeared first on SpaceNews.
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NASA and the European Space Agency signed an agreement on cooperation on lunar exploration activities that could open the door to additional ESA roles in the NASA-led Artemis effort. The post NASA and ESA sign lunar cooperation statement appeared first on SpaceNews.
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Sat, 24 Sep 2022 23:12:40 +0000
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Fri, 23 Sep 2022 18:49:59 +0000
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     Date Submitted:11-03-2012
     Last Modified:18-11-2013 (09:33)
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     Current job:ISAE/Supaero Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsSpace Systems Engineering; AOCS/GNC; Orbital Mechanics; Systèmes Avioniques; Développeur JAVA/C++
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    ISAE/Supaero Aerospace Engineer

     

     

    Availability:   November 2013

    EDUCATION

    2012-2013

    Institut Supérieur de L'Aéronautique et de l'Espace (ISAE/Supaero)

    Advanced Master in Space Systems Engineering.

    Main Topics:Space Systems Design & Engineering (satellites, launchers and other vehicles), Space Environment & effects, Mission Analysis & Orbital Mechanics, Satellite Systems.

    Sub-systems Systems studied:Guidance & Control (AOCS), On-board Data Handling, Electrical Systems, Thermal Control Systems, Propulsion Systems (electrical & chemical), Communication Systems, Real Time Control Systems.

    Other Specific Competences: Advanced Control & Applications, Estimation & Filtering, Satellite GNSS.

    Toulouse, France

    2008-2009

    Technische Universiteit Delft (TUDelft)

    Major in Control and Operations (exchange year). Literature Research project: “SESAR/NEXTGEN: The new Air Traffic Control Systems”.

    Main topics:Aircraft Performance & Operations for Avionics, Aircraft Performance Optimization, Flight Dynamics & Control, Maintenance Engineering and Management, Flight and Space Simulation, Atmospheric, Avionics, Flight and Space Simulation.

    Delft, The Netherlands

    2005-2010

    Instituto Superior Técnico (IST)

    MSc in Aerospace Engineering. Msc Thesis: “Development of a Flight Data Recording & Analysis System for an Airbus A330 fleet”.

    Master Topics:Aerospace Design, Innovation & Sustainable Development, Integrated Avionic Systems, Radar Systems, Project Management.

    Lisbon, Portugal

    EXPERIENCE & PROJECTS

    2013

    (6 months)

    Thales Engineering & Consulting

    Final year internship: Development of a software library (Java) to predict and assess the collision risks between spacecraft and/or space debris.

    Toulouse, France

    2012

    (5 months)

    Institut Supérieur de L'Aéronautique et de l'Espace (ISAE/Supaero)

    Feasibility study of a low cost mission to Mars (Integrated Team Project).

    Toulouse, France

    2011

    (16 months)

    European Space Agency (ESA) Graduate Program

    • Space Operations Centre (ESOC) - Flight Dynamics division.

    Main Topics:Orbit Determination for Earth Observation Missions. Development of flight dynamics routines in Fortran 99.

    • Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) - Control Systems Division.

    Main Topics:Support to the pre-design and design phases of a space mission, concerning general vehicle design and trajectory optimisation, the definition of optimal trajectories for the GNC system, and the use of applications that simulate trajectory & control systems to ensure full GNC capability. Support to the development of in-house software libraries.  Concurrent design and feasibility studies for AOCS/GNC systems.

    Main Projects:

    • FLPP (next generation ESA launchers): launcher design and optimisation studies.
    • Development of a space mechanics software (C++) library (interplanetary module).
    • Participation in the pre-design phase of 2 missions (earth observation and interplanetary) concerning the vehicles’ Guidance & Control Systems.

     

    Darmstadt, Germany

     

    Leiden, The Netherlands

    2010

    (3 months)

    JUNITEC (IST Lisbon Junior Enterprise Company)

    Member of the commercial department. Promoting the sense of entrepreneurship among IST Lisbon students and tightening the ties between them and the market.

    Lisbon, Portugal

    2010

    (9 months)

    Transportes Aéreos Portugueses (TAP Air Portugal)

    Flight Operations Intern. Development of a Flight Data Monitoring System for the Airbus A330 fleet.

    Competences Acquired:general knowledge on most of the aicraft’s ATA systems. ARINC Data transmission & Recording protocols.

    Lisbon, Portugal

    COURSES

    2011

    (2 days)

    On-the-job Training: “Introduction to Space Systems Engineering”

    Course aims at describing spacecraft systems engineering as a discipline and giving a general description of all the disciplines that compose a space systems project.

    Leiden, The Netherlands

    2010

    (1 week)

    Athens Program 2010 – “Operations Research in the Industry”

    Course aimed to train in the solution of common airline logistics and operations problems by the use of several important concepts of optimization and science theory such as linear programming, graph theory and dynamic programming.

    Paris, France

    2009

    (1 week)

    Athens Program 2009 – “Leadership and Management”

    Course aimed to explain the notions and practices of leadership and to demonstrate the main differences between leadership and management.

    Warsaw, Poland

    LANGUAGES

     

    IT SKILLS

    French:

    Fluent (B2)

     

    OS:

    Windows, Unix

    English:

    Fluent (C1)

     

    Software:

    Matlab/Simulink, Solidworks, Visual Studio, MS Office

    Portuguese:

    Mother Tongue

     

    Spanish:

    Intermediate

     

    Languages:

    C/C++ (1.5 years), C#.NET (3 months), VB.NET (6 months), Java (6 months), Fortan 99 (4 months)

    OTHER INFORMATIONS

    Additional Qualities:

    Rigor, rational, diplomat, adaptable and autodidact.

    Sports:

    Waterpollo, Kitesurf, Squash, Snowboard.

    Travel:

    Extensive travel abroad: Europe, South America, Oceania, USA, Asia.

    Mobility:

    Driver’s License Cat. B



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