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     Date Submitted:03-06-2012
     Last Modified:14-08-2013 (07:54)
    Job information
     Current job:Thermal Engineer - Space debris deorbitation and re-entry
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsAerodynamics / Flight Dynamics / Propulsion / Heat Transfer / Shock Waves / Detonation / Combustion / CFD / Payload Ventilation System / Propellant Slosh Dynamics / Space debris / Deorbitation / atmospheric re-entry / customer relations

    Objective: Obtain a job as an Aerospace Engineer 



        Universityof Poitiers / ISAE-ENSMA,Poitiers (France)                                    September 2011-October 2012

    ·         Master of Aerospace Engineering Research and Development

         ISAE-ENSMA,Poitiers (France)                                                                             September 2009-October 2012

    ·         « Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et d’Aérotechniques » (

    ·         Leading French engineering school specializing in Mechanics and Aerospace

    ·         Cumulative ranking: 30/180

    ·         General classes: Aerodynamics-Fluid Mechanics, Flight Dynamics, Heat Transfer,                                      

      Combustion-Energetic, Structure Analysis, Science Material, Computer Science

    ·         Specialized classes: Propulsion, Shock Waves, Detonation-Explosions, Advanced Combustion

         Classes Préparatoires aux Grandes Ecoles, La Rochelle (France)              September 2007-August 2009

    ·         2-year post-high school preparation course for nationwide entrance exams into engineering schools

    ·         Cumulative ranking: 2/50

    ·         Physics, mathematics, chemistry, mechanics and electronics

         Baccalauréat scientifique, Rochefort (France)                                                        September 2004-July 2007

    ·         High school diploma with a scientific specialization - graduated with honors



         Thermal Engineer, EADS Astrium Space Transportation, Les Mureaux (France)              SinceOctober2012

    ·         In charge of deorbitation and re-entry studies

    ·         Main study topics : modeling methods, tool implementation, upper stage fragmentation,

      Debris survivability, material properties, application of research results to current launchers

    ·         Other studies : Ventilation of the inter-stage cavity of the launcher A5ME (CFD)

         Final graduate internship, EADS Astrium Space Transportation, Les Mureaux (France)                                            April 2012-October2012

         “Ventilation under fairing and SYLDA for the Ariane 5 Midlife Evolution launcher”

    ·         Developed payload ventilation system on the launch pad

    ·         Meshed geometries and performed CFD ventilation configurations with FLUENT to achieve optimal results

    ·         Coupled thermal software with CFD models

         Research internship,Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida (USA)                                 June 2011-October 2011   

    NASA GSRP (Graduate Student Researchers Programs) “Spacecraft propellant slosh dynamics”

    ·         Designed fuel tank and optimized rigid and flexible diaphragm shape on CATIA

    ·         Ran CFD models with ANSYS Workbench to simulate fluid-structure interactions

    ·         Built fiber glass diaphragms for rigid diaphragm testing and implemented force and motion experiments

         Tutor, Poitiers (France)                                                                                                  January 2011-February 2012

         Vice-president of ENSMAIR flying club, Poitiers (France)                                                                           September 2010-June 2011

    ·         ENSMA Flying club made up of 40 students

    ·         Organized Aerospace events

    ·         Obtained a Private Pilot’s License

         Air France trade training,Paris (France)                                                                                            February 2009

    ·         In order to work as a flight attendant on long-haul flights

         French Navy Museum, Rochefort (France)                                                                                         July 2008-today

    ·         Restored old planes

         Technical assistant, French Air Force reserve, Rochefort (France)                                   April 2007-April 2009

    ·         Developed interpersonal and technical skills like team work, solidarity and respect

    ·         Assisted pilots on ground, maintained equipment, parked planes and organized air shows


    Computer skills

    ·         ANSYS Workbench (DesignModeler, Meshing, CFX, FLUENT, CFD-POST), STAR CD, STAR-CCM+, GAMBIT, Pointwise,

      CATIA V5, GASEQ, ABAQUS, Matlab

    ·         ADA, FORTRAN- Windows 7 and former versions, Linux, Mac OS


    Language skills                

    French: native speaker      ;              English: Advanced (TOEIC: 880)       ;              Russian: beginner’s level

    References available upon request

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