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     Date Submitted:31-05-2012
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     Current job:MSc graduate in space mission analysis and design
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsI am recent post graduate from the university of glasgow . very well versed in my computer skiils and very good with physical knowledge about the space industry.looking to start my carrer in the space industry and extremely willing to learn and , will pur
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    Personal Statement:

    As a recent Post graduate from the university of Glasgow ( MSc Space Mission Analysis and Design ) ,I  have 2 years post study work visa for 2 years ending on 28 feb 2014.

     

     

    Key Skills

     

    Computer skills

    C,Pascal,AutoCAD, Solid works, Unigraphics, adobe Photoshop,MathCAD, Super Forge,Abaqus ,Matlab

    Interpersonal Skills


    Leadership ,Communications skills,Team leader/player ,public speaker

     

     

     

    Education

     

    Masters Degree– Space Mission Analysis and Design
    University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom

    2010-2011

    MSc  in Space Mission Analysis and Design -

     

    Dissertation:        Collapse of Aerobrake System  [ Grade - A]

                      ·    To Design a collapsible aero-brake system using tape springs, for cube satellites, using finite element analysis and experimental methods to understand the workings of the tape springs.

    ·         The results obtained by means of each of these two methods were analysed for various technical and numerical parameters.and their relevance and consequences with corresponding project was unerstood.

     

    Group projects:   

    Design interplanetary mission to the jovian system (jupiter and satellites). [Grade - A]

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    The  objective was to design an in-depth analysis of an interplanetary mission to the Jovian system. The study consists in defining mission science objectives, the overall mission scenario from launch to the Jovian system exploration, all the ECO spacecraft subsystems, and consists in accommodating the scientific instruments as well. The overall scope is to provide sufficient inputs for the preparation of the next mission phases.

    My specialization was tthe designing of the propulsion and ADCS (Attitute determination and contol systems) and was the graphics designer for the project and also a created the project poster.

     

    The Development of a proposal to build a Scottish Facility to Launch Satellites and Space Probes.(Project leader) [grade - A]

    This proposal has shown the general conceptual design of a space launch site in Scotland. IT has been shown  that a successful launch site is possible to be created in Scotland. In this proposal the geographical location has been chosen and justified its presence, we have found it feasible to launch  spacecrafts every year. The technological advantages are also specified.

    Subjects:             

    ·         Advanced Astrodynamics,

    ·         Advanced Concepts-1,2 ,

    ·        Mission Analysis and Design,

    ·        Professional Development-1,2 ,

    ·        Space Applications -1,2,

    ·        Spacecraft Systems- 1,2,

    ·         Spaceflight Dynamics-1,2,


    Bachelors Degree– Aeronautics And Astronautics
    Kharkov Aviation Institute [National Aerospace University], Kharkov , Ukraine

    2005-2009

    I have graduated my bachelors with distinction and have recived my degree with honours.The four years of my bachelors work had really helped me to gain a very good unerstanding the science of aeropsace.Many projects during my undergrauate course such as 

    Projects                      

                               1:  Engineering Mechanics

                               2:  Machines and mechanisms

                               3:  Airplane and Helicopter Manufacturing process

                               4:  Integrated CAD technologies

                               5:  General arrangement of Aircrafts

                               6:  Aircraft structures and designing

                               7:  Aircraft manufacturing process

                               8:  Aerodynamics

                               9:  Airplane Power Plant Designing

    have clearly increased my knowledge in the various aspects relating to the field of aerospace


    Secondary School or equivalent– Science
    Vivek Junior colege, Mumbai India

    2003-2005

    i had completed my 2 years of high school in this college in the field of science 

     

     

    Work Experience

     

    I have no work experience yet.

     

     

    Achievements

     

    I have represented my school in various inter-school tournaments [ Table tennis,football,chess,debate and science fairs ].

    After my graduation in 2009 , I spent a year in india setting up  a social service scociety for the participations of fellow youngsters  with the support of the Lions club organiztion  and had undertaken many projects  during this period. I was chosen unanimously as the first president of this society for 1 year [ 2009-2010]

     

     

     

    Languages

     

    Gujarati

    (Beginner)

    Tamil

    (Intermediate)

    Malayalam

    (Advanced)

    English

    (Fluent)

    Hindi

    (Fluent)

    Russian

    (Advanced)

     

     

    Activities and Interests

     

    Kickboxing

     

    Swimming

     

    Model bulding

    Salsa dancing

    Bowling

    Table Tennis

    Football

     
     
     


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