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     Date Submitted:29-05-2012
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     Current job:MSc Astronautics and Space Engineering
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
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    EDUCATION

     

    2011-2012      MSc Astronautics and Space Engineering, Cranfield University (UK)

    Core modules: mission analysis and design (space system engineering, communications, propulsion, Astrodynamics); elective courses: Finite Element Method (FEM), Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics and Control (AOCS).

    Group Design Project: Payload design for THOR mission: design of a high resolution TMA on-axis telescope for an Earth Observation spacecraft flying in a very low orbit. Sizing of the optical system, analysis of possible materials and focal plane concepts, quantification of the quality of image. Perform trade-off and selection. Thesis: Design and optimization of trajectory for the Uranus Pathfinder spacecraft (ESA M-class mission). Modeling of orbits and trajectories depending on the on-board payload selected using Matlab.

     

    2007-2011      Mechanical Engineering, Ecole Centrale de Nantes (France)

          French Engineering School (Double Degree program with Cranfield University)

          Area of Concentration: Aeronautics.

    Subjects include: general mechanics, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, continuous material mechanics, materials, modeling of dynamic systems, algorithms and programming (Java, C, Matlab), mathematics, statistics, structural dynamics, FEM, thermal, metallic and plastic materials, CAD, power transmission, ruin of metallic materials, structures modeling. Aerodynamics, aerospace structures and instrumentation.

    Group project: Design and flight simulation of a V2 rocket. Propulsion system and fluid mechanics: design of the nozzle and determination of the thrust at each time step. Simulation with C

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    2011                Software development - Space Research Laboratory LATMOS (Paris)  

    Four-month work placement. Worked out an IDL program reproducing TIMM-2 ESA specrometer measure (Phobos Grunt mission) in an atmosphere, with recognition of instrumental specifications. Implementation of the model with real data to prefigure the stored data on TIMM-2.

     

    2010                Study on RFID and QR Code technologies for IBM -Ecole Centrale de Nantes

              Project Manager

     Worked in a 6-student team to research the exploit potential of these two technologies for IBM. IBM used this research for investment decisions.

     

    Languages:   French (Mother tongue)

    English (fluent)

    German (fluent)

     

    IT Skills:        Office: Excel, Word, Power Point

    Programming: MATLAB, IDL, C, Java

    Software: CATIA V5, Satellite Took Kit, ANSYS, SAMCEF

     

    Activities:      Student representative  (Sep 10 – Sep 11).

            Responsible for Studies department

            Play piano and flute in a music band

            Playsoccer in a team, competitive badminton 

     

    Interests:   System engineering, space telescopes, interplanetary missions, flying, hiking


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