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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:18-05-2012
     Last Modified:23-09-2015 (08:22)
    Job information
     Current job:Business Developer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsAerodynamics, Spacecraft Systems,spacecraft design,Aerospace consulting,Business development
    CV

    Professional Profile

    A highly qualified, versatile and motivated Aerospace, Space, Energy and Sustainable Development graduate with a unique combination of skills and capabilities acquired during studies, work experience and a very diverse range of complex academic projects. Able to demonstrate strong research and development/product development focus combined with a proven commitment to the achievement of targets. Passionate about learning new technologies, utilising technical, problem solving and analytical skills to solve complex problems and meeting all expectations. Works effectively on own initiative with the communication, organisation and time management required to complete all projects on time and to the required quality standard. Enjoys being part of a successful and productive team and thrives in highly pressurised and challenging working environments.

    Objective

    Seeking a challenging new management, R&D or product development position in the aerospace/space sector, energy or sustainable development, utilising existing skills, whilst ensuring personal and professional development.

    Education and Qualifications

    MBA:

     

     

    MSc:

     

     

    MSc:

    Energy & Sustainable Development (2014), IPAG Business School Paris, France

    Dissertation: Renewable Energy technologies for Sustainable Future of Indian Cities

    Space Mission Analysis & Design (2012), University of Glasgow, UK

    Dissertation: Investigation of Numerical and Experimental Tools Used for the Determination of Aerothermodynamics Characteristics of Re-entry Vehicles

    Aerospace Technology (2010), University of Sussex, Brighton, UK

    Dissertation: Turbine Blade Mistuning

    B.E:

    Aeronautical Engineering (2009), Anna University, Chennai, India

    Dissertation: Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flow around Various Aerodynamics Shapes Using CFD Tools; worked at Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore

    Career Summary

    Aug 14 – Jan 15

    ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INTERN, SunGy SAS - Boi Colombes, Ile de France

    ·         Successfully increased business by organising business meetings between the companies, whilst also organising morning briefing sessions and assuming responsibility for NDA’s; demonstrating strong skills in business development, organisation and communication

    ·         Acted as a Technical Analyst for a solar tracking system (single and dual axis) and innovative solar technologies, whilst demonstrating effective people management abilities as the team lead for new interns

    ·         Simulated solar energy project for clients in France and Algeria, using Archelios PRO and SAM simulation software, demonstrating excellent written communication skills to prepare project reports

     

    Dec 08 – Mar 09

    RESEARCH INTERN, IISC Bangalore, India

    ·         Improved the lift characteristics of wings having ‘NACA 0012’ airfoil by 15-20% using vortex generators analysed by ANSYS ICEM & CFX code

    ·         Effectively implemented a drag reduction technique for re-entry vehicles using a spike configuration and obtained drag reduction by 40% using CFD tools

    ·         Designed wing models of various airfoil geometries in CATIA V5, implementing a Knowledge Based Engineering (KBE) concept to obtain accurate product specifications

    ·         Efficiently managed the project, delegated responsibilities to other team members, as well as prepared project reports and presentations in a professional manner

     

    Aug 08

    TRAINEE, IIT, Kanpur, India

    ·         Calculated various aerodynamic parameters, whilst performing different Aircraft Maneuvers

    ·         Instrumental in measuring the CG of the aircraft; both empty and fully loaded

    ·         Gained valuable understanding of the stabilisation parameters of the aircraft and the role of CG on different aircraft manoeuvres

     

    Career Summary cont.

    Dec 07

    RESEARCH INTERN, NAL, Bangalore, India

    ·         Acquired valuable exposure to various Wind Tunnel Facilities (i.e. sub-sonic, sonic and supersonic), in addition to their operating methods

    ·         Competently conducted drag analysis on a Hump using Subsonic Wind Tunnel (M=0.2), studying the effects of hump shapes in a practical situation, as well as analysing different hump heights and drag separation techniques using blow holes

    Academic Projects

    Nov 13 – Dec 13

    Environmental Management

    ·         Discovered an organisation’s perspective regarding environmental or sustainability issues, concepts and approaches through interview protocol

     

    Dec 12 – Mar 13

    Sustainable Development (Cleaning of Dianchi Lake, Kunming, China)

    ·         Focused on three major aspects of Sustainable Development (i.e. Environment, Economic and Social)

     

    Oct 11 – Dec 11

    Mission Analysis and Design for a Hurricane Satellite

    ·         Developed a Hurricane Satellite which is capable of monitoring hurricanes for a mission period of 5 years

     

    Jan 11 – Apr 11

    Europa Mission Project

    ·         Built a satellite capable of collecting data from Jupiter Moon – Europa; constructed the TT&C and OBDH subsystem for the Europa mission satellite

     

    Jan 10 – Apr 10

    Analysis Flow Over an AGARD 445.6 Wing

    ·         Utilised the coordinates given for the AGARD 445.6 wing need to develop a 2D model (Aerofoil section) and 3D model (wing section) using the Ansys Fluent CFD tool

     

    Oct 09 – Dec 09

    CFD Analysis of Backward Facing Step

    ·         Conducted a Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) analysis on backward facing step using the Ansys Fluent and Gambit software

     

    Feb 07 – May 07

    Design & Drafting of a 80-seater aircraft

    ·         Redesigned an existing 100-80 seater aircraft for maximum seat to economic ratio and improved the design of the aircraft by comparing various aircraft with similar seating capacity

    Key Skills

    I.T.:

    Design Software (Catia, AutoCAD & STK for Space Mission Analysis)

    Analysis Software (Ansys & MATLAB), CFD Software (Ansys ICEM, Ansys CFX, Ansys Fluent & GAMBIT)

    Documentation Packages (Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft Project, SketchUp)

    Languages:

    English (fluent), Tamil (native), French (basic), Japanese (basic)

    Personal Details

    Other:

    Driver; full clean licence

    Interests and Activities

    Currently include:

    Books, social service, sky watching, travelling, science fiction movies, hiking, football, cycling, swimming and jogging

     

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