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     Date Submitted:23-04-2012
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     Current job:Avionics Systems Test Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsAIT, AIV, FV Test, Electrical System, Subsystem, EPS, DHS, AOCS
    CV

     

    Objective

    My work experience has given me a complete view of avionics validation at software (FV) and hardware level (AIT) in the satellite industry on telecommunication and science programs.

    I am looking for a position which can give me the opportunity to work at spacecraft system level.

     

     

    Work experience

    From

    September 2009

    (31 months)

    AIT Electrical Engineer

               ALTEN UK - Contractor at ASTRIUM UK (Stevenage, UK)

    AIT PSS Responsible on the LISA Pathfinder project.

    Ø   AIT expertise on battery, solar arrays, power conditioning and PSS simulators

    Ø   Preparation, performance and reporting of LISAPF PSS SPT

    Participation in the LISAPF environmental campaign in IABG (Ottobrun, Germany – 9 months)

    Ø   Integration and functional tests of the LTP (LISAPF Technology Package)

    Ø   Sine, EMC and TVAC tests

    Preparation and performance of the LISAPF end to end science closed loop system test

    Ø   On Station Mode System Tests

     

     

    November 2007

    September 2009

    (22 months)

    Functional Validation Test Engineer on avionic systems

               COFRAMI - Contractor at THALES ALENIA SPACE (Cannes, France)

    In the Functional Validation team, preparation performance analysis and reporting of avionics tests on Spacebus 4000 avionics platform:

    Ø   Validation of OBSW, before AIT delivery, on a mixed Hardware/Software avionics test bench with AOCS simulation in closed loop in order to test OBSW in operational environment

    Ø  Performance of high level system test in simulated operational environment such as simulated flights and simulated flight with FDIR failure scenarios in TO and GO operations

    Ø   Validation of any functional subsystem: DHS, AOCS, EPS

    Ø   Analysis from System level to buses (OBDH, 1553) level

    Ø   Anomaly reporting to subsystem experts and OBSW development team

    Ø   Responsible in the FV team of Battery Management expertise

    Ø   Participation in CIEL2, W2A, W7, W3B, PALAPA D, Nile Sat 1 functional validation

     

     

    April 2005

    November 2007

    (31 months)

    AIT Test Engineer on satellite avionic systems

    ADIA - Contractor at THALES ALENIA SPACE (Cannes, France)

    In the AIT department, preparation, performance and reporting of electrical tests on Spacebus 3000 satellites avionic platform :

    Ø   Team work with several teams (RF, Thermal, UPS, Mechanics)

    Ø   Good knowledge of space avionic systems (EPS, DHS and AOCS)

    Ø   Participation in different phases of satellite integration

    Electrical Functional  Tests (Galaxy 17 and Star One C1)

    Thermal Vacuum (Hot Bird 7A and Star One C1)

    ● High level tests in simulated space environment

    ▪ Launch configuration and separation simulation

    ▪ FDIR, Battery Management, Thermal Software

    ▪ AOCS tests : FDIR and AOC modes

    Final Integration ( Hot Bird 7A and Galaxy 17)

    ● Sinus and acoustic launch vibrations tests

    ● Solar arrays and antennas pyrotechnic deployments

    Ø   Participation in the Hot Bird 7A launch campaign (ARIANE 5 ECA, flight 170)

    ● Final test on launch site and daily battery charges

    ● Operator for the launch configuration setting the launch day

    Ø   Preparation of various tests procedures on EPS, DHS and AOCS

    ● Galaxy 17 final integration

    ● Star One C1 solar arrays deployment, launch configuration, flight battery procedure 

    ● Star One C2 electrical functional test, new equipment integration and FDIR tests

     

    Training periods

    2004

    Engineer in Electronics

    (6 months)

               Centro Polytechnico Superior de Zaragoza (Zaragoza, Spain)

    Signal generator (100-200 MHz) controlled by parallel port

    Ø   RF design techniques

    Ø   Knowledge of radio communication integrated circuits

     

    2002

    Engineer in Electronics

    (4 months)

               THALES AIRBORNE SYSTEMS (Pessac, France)

    Submission of a methodology of test for the audio function of an existing crash recorder developed for Mirage 2000

    Ø Technical description (hardware and software) of the audio function by reverse engineering from electronic layout and software codec code

    Ø Submission of a methodology of test complying with the aeronautical audio standards from ITU and ARINC in order to qualify this function

     

    2001

    Developer

    (6 weeks)

               ALLTRONIC (Vern/Seiche, France) – metrology and maintenance

    Ø   Development of an application in Visual Basic to manage an Access database and automate the calibration certificates drawing up

     

    Education

    2000-2004

    Master Degree in Electronics Engineering from ENSEIRB (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Electronique, d’Informatique et de Radio communication de Bordeaux / National Engineering School of Electronics, Computer Science and Radio communication), France

    -        2003-2004 : One year at CPS of Zaragoza (Spain)

    -        2002-2003 : Radio communication specialization : HF and RF techniques, systems and network

     

    Skills

    Languages

    French                   : Native

    English                  : Fluent

    Spanish                 : Fluent

    German                 : Basic notions

     

    Electronics

    HF and RF design and associated measurement equipments  

    Electronics simulators : Mentor Graphics, Hdl Designer, ADS, Cadence, Eagle

    Languages : VHDL, Assembly language

     

    Computer science

    Operating systems: Windows, Unix, Linux

    Tools: MS Office, Access (SQL), Matlab and Simulink

    Programming languages: C, Visual Basic, XML

    Test Systems : OCOE, Open Center


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