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     Date Submitted:22-05-2012
     Last Modified:23-05-2012 (05:17)
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     Current job:Space Systems Engineering graduate
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, ,
     KeywordsNano-satellite development, systems engineering, electrical design and production, testing, software, team player
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    Personal information

    Date of birth:                    14th of June, 1985
    Place of birth:                   Leeuwarden, The Netherlands
    Nationality:                        Dutch
    Marital Status:                  Unmarried
    Sex:                                      Male

     

    Education

    Sep 2009 – Mar 2012      Master of Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology,
    Space Systems Engineering.

    Courses e.g. Systems Engineering, Space Instrumentation, Satellite Subsystem Design, Electronics etc.

    Literature Study: Design and Development of a Reliable Standard System Bus for Delfi-n3Xt. End to end design, production and functional testing of a reliable backbone for internal communication in a nanosatellite.

    Final Thesis: Systems Architecture Finalization, Testing and Verification of the Communications Subsystem of Delfi-n3Xt. Top level interface definition and control of the communications subsystem and functional and performance testing of radio links in a clean room environment.

    Sep 2004 –  Jun 2010      Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology, minor Earth and Planetary Observation

    Coursese.g. Mechanics, Aerodynamics, Mathematics, etc.

    Final assignment: Laser Swarm, a feasibility study for the design of a formation of multi-angular laser altimetry satellites.

    2002 – 2004                        VWO (pre-university education) , CSG Liudger in Drachten, The Netherlands. Chemistry, physics, mathematics, management & organization.

    1997 – 2002                        HAVO (higher general secondary education) , CSG Liudger in Burgum and Drachten, The Netherlands. Chemistry, physics, mathematics, management & organization.

     

    Publications

    Boersma, L.S., Ensuring a High Data Yield for the Delfi-n3Xt Satellite, 31-01-2012, 4th European CubeSat Symposium, Brussels, 2012


     

    Work experience

    Aug 2011- Jan 2012         Teaching Assistant. Supervising two groups of seven students in the second year System Design Project. Answering questions and grading reports on the preliminary design of a satellite.

    Jan – May 2011                 Systems Engineer CHEOPS satellite. Systems Engineering work in a phase A feasibility study on a Swiss-lead microsatellite dedicated to characterising exoplanets. This work took place at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland as my internship project.

    Autumn 2010                    Teaching Assistant. Assisting with the second year course Aerospace Design and Systems Engineering Elements II. Preparing lecture slides, supervising tutorials, correcting reports.

    Summer 2005-2006         Storehouse and expedition employee Neways Leeuwarden. Gathering electrical components in the storehouse before assembly. Packing and sending completed products to customers.

    Extracurricular activities

    2007 – 2010                        Editor-in-Chief EUROAVIA News. Leading an international team of editors in publishing and sending out an international magazine on aerospace subjects with a circulation of 1400 in 17 European countries.

    2006 – 2007                        Board Secretary EUROAVIA Delft. Member of the local board of EUROAVIA Delft, a student’s association with over 300 members. Main responsibilities included maintaining the member database and the communication with and to the members, e.g. by bilingual e-mails and letters.              

    2004 -2009                          Working groups EUROAVIA Delft. Participating in a number of local working groups of EUROAVIA Delft, organising from small local events to coordinating an international congress and symposium.

    Languages

    Dutch:                                  Native language

    Frisian:                                 Native language

    English:                                Fluent in word and writing

    German:                             Good in understanding, basic in word and writing

    Computer skills

    MS Word, MS Excel, MS Powerpoint, LaTeX, Matlab, Java, Catia

    Hobbies

    Cycling, walking, reading and cooking


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