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     Date Submitted:28-04-2012
     Last Modified:09-11-2012 (12:01)
    Job information
     Current job:Student in Project Management
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:>3months
     KeywordsProject management, Business development, Aerospace engineer, Mechnanical, Thermal, heat, fluid, energetic, aerodynamics, spacecraft, launcher



    2011 – 2012


    1 year

    European Space Agency (ESA) – Thermal engineer (Noordwijk, Netherlands)


    ·  KuaFu mission preliminary design and feasibility study simultaneously performed with experts from different engineering fields, in the ESA « Concurrent Design Facility » (CDF).


    ·  Performed dynamic thermal analysis of a future cryogenic upper stage for next generation launchers. Focused on the engine environment. This took place within the frame of the Future Launchers Preparatory Programme (FLPP).


    ·  Lead the PROBA-2 in-flight thermal correlation project, in association with QinetiQ Space, Liège Space Center (Centre Spatial de Liège, CSL) and Redu ground station (ESA).


    Gained experience in project leading in an international environment, thermal control, space systems, launcher architecture, engine environment.


    (Employed by ESA within the frame of the « YGT » programme: a one year fixed-term contract for young graduates)


    Jan. – June 2011


    Master Thesis

    6 months

    University of Washington - Propulsion engineer(Seattle, USA)


    Junior engineer in a 9-person team in charge of the design and manufacture of a hybrid sounding rocket vehicle:

    ·  Designed the propulsion system

    ·  Cast suppliers and organised production

    ·  Prepared fuel and set up procedures for engine tests

     Project supported by funding from Aerojet.


    Gained experience in propulsion engineering, subsystem organization and system integration.


    Jun. – Sept. 2010



    4 months

    Snecma, Space Engine Division – Propulsion engineer(Vernon, France)


    Junior engineer in the combustion devices department.Performed studies and CFD calculations on the Vinci engine’s combustion chamber as part of a team of engineers:

    ·  Studied sensitivity on wall heat flux calculations

    ·  Modelled and calculated two-phase flow combustion

    ·  Modelled and calculated Vinci’s propulsive jet expansion in vacuum


     Gained experience in fluid and thermodynamics applied to space systems.


    2009 and 2005



    1 month


    Summer job

    1 month

    Total Petrochemicals - Worker(Gonfreville l’Orcher, France)


    August 2009: Maintenance worker on boilers. 3 eight-hour shift work in a 7-person team in the energy department.


    July 2005: Data entry operator


    Gained experience in working-environment adaptation and team-work abilities






    2012 - 2013

    HEC Paris and ISAE (SupAéro) (Paris and Toulouse)

    Advanced Master in Large Scale Project Management


    2008 – 2011

    ISAE - ENSMA(Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et d’Aérotechnique) (Poitiers)


    Master’s degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering, Pegasus Certificate.


    University of Washington(Seattle, USA)


    Exchange programme in the Aeronautics and Astronautics department. Took MSc space-dedicated courses to complete a French Master’s degree. Received a Pegasus Award.


    2005 – 2008

    Classes préparatoires in Physics and Engineering Sciences (highest honours) (France)


    2004 - 2005

    Baccalauréat Scientifique, Specialisation in Mathematics (honours) (France)




    Language skills:

    ·French: Mother tongue

    ·English: Fluent. TOEIC score: 970/990, June 2009.

    ·Spanish: Scholar


    Computer skills:

    ·  Windows, UNIX 

    ·  Microsoft Office

    ·  Fortran, C++, Matlab, Labview, ADA 

    ·  NASA CEA, Gambit, Fluent, N3S-Natur, Thermica, ESATAN, Catia V5



    Major university achievements:

    ·  Semester-long spacecraft and space system design project in a 18-person team: Designed an active space orbital debris removal system from launch until end of life, within the framework of the Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts Academic Linkage (RASC-AL) competition, organised by NASA. (University of Washington, USA)

    ·  Final year semester-long post-graduate design project in a 3-person team: Thermal control of a satellite, taking into account electronic payload and heat transfers at a selected orbit, in association with EADS-Astrium. (ISAE - ENSMA, France)

    ·   “TIPE”Semester-long research: studied and tested the impact of thermal ageing on carbon-fibre composites’ bending strength, in association with Aircelle, SAFRAN group. (Lycée Victor Hugo, France)





    ·Chairperson of the association in charge of ISAE - ENSMA’s winter sports outings in 2010. Negotiating with suppliers, managing a 3-person student team and a budget of around 20,000€.

    ·Member of ISAE - ENSMA’s student run-bar committee (open to 400 students).

    Received a Certificate in recognition of valuable extra-scholar activities.




    ·Tennis - ranked 15/2 in 2010 (French equivalent to rank 5.1). Ranked in 3rd place at French university team championships in 2010, 4th series champion at Département level in 2009.

    ·Running - 2009 Paris Marathon for the Laurette Fugain charity

    ·Go-karting - Finals of the French university team championships in 2009

    ·Volley, snowboarding, surfing, mountain hiking



    Canada, England, French Antilles, Morocco, Netherlands, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Tunisia, United States.


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