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     Date Submitted:24-06-2012
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     Current job:Aerospace Design Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywords- design tools for A350 - design astronomic telescopes - design MGSE SENTINEL3 - design Reaction wheel isolator for MTG - design Cryocooler supporting assembly for MTG (IRS and FCI)
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                                          Aerospace Design Engineer


    Education
    2010 Master of Science in Aeronautical Mechanical Engineering
    IUP GMA Toulouse FRANCE
    Axes of the education: industrial design, calculation, managerial.


    2009 European exchange program 2008-2009
    VIA Vitus Bering HORSENS DENMARK


    2008 Bachelor Degree of Science in Aeronautical Mechanical Engineering
    IUP GMA Toulouse FRANCE


    2007 Undergraduate Degree (DUT GMP) in Mechanical Engineering specialized in Aeronautical systems
    IUT Paul Sabatier Toulouse FRANCE
    Axes of the education: scientific, technologic, general and management.


    2005 French baccalaureate specialized in science Lycée St Joseph Lectoure FRANCE


    Experiences
    • Since March 2012 Aerospace Design Engineer
    - Studies and researches about the projects
    - Design of the solution on CATIA V5
    - Technical plans: Assemblies and details plans (CATIA V5)


    Projects:
    - Reaction wheel Isolator on MTG (Meteosat third generation)
    o Study of a system which permits the limitation of the vibrations of the reaction wheel for the FCI (Flexible Combined Imager) instrument.
    o Test tools
    - Cryocooler Supporting Assembly on MTG
    o Study of a system which permits the limitation of the vibrations of the Cryocooler compressor for the FCI (Flexible Combined Imager) and IRS (interferometer: the Infra-red Sounder) instrument.


    Firm: « THALES ALENIA SPACE » Cannes FRANCE
    Contract with SOGECLAIR AEROSPACE Blagnac FRANCE


    • January-December 2011 Aerospace Design Engineer in a firm which makes telescopes, tools for satellites and test bench for optical system.
    I worked on the design of the different parts of the telescopes and also on the different tools which permit the integration or which permit to test the optic system.


    - Studies and researches about the projects
    - Design of the solution on CATIA V5
    - Calculation on CATIA V5
    - Technical plans: Assemblies and details plans (CATIA V5)
    - Management of the technical file
    - Consultation to know the price for manufacturing


    Projects:
    - MGSE Sentinel 3: tools for satellite integration
    - ARIES: 3,6m Optical telescope INDIA
    - MAST: Solar telescope INDIA
    - PANSTARRS: Telescope HAWAII


    Parts and tools:
    - Cell M2 witch permits to carry the M2 mirror
    - Tools which permits to fix the M2 mirror and the Cell M2
    - Cable wrap: system which permit the movement of cable in function of the telescope position
    - Tubes: Parts who support the M2 mirror
    - Tools to control optic systems
    - Handling tools for parts of the telescope
    - Mechanical ground support equipment for satellite
    - …
    Firm: « AMOS » Angleur BELGIUM
    VIE contract with AKKA BENELUX


    • February-July 2010 Design Engineer (placement) in an industry which makes tools for Aeronautical companies.
    Subject: PREFAL of the A350 equipment for AIRBUS
    I worked on tools which permit to AIRBUS people to install equipment on different part of the A350: 11-12/15-21 and 11-14.
    The aim was to permit to the people to go all around the section of the plane and on two levels. For the 11-12 and 15-21 the pallet were on rail to make a station like in car construction: movable.


    - Studies and researches about the projects
    - Design of the solution on CATIA V5
    - Calculation on CATIA V5
    - Validation’s document (in English) for each phases: AVP/PDR/CDR
    - Consulting to know the price of the different equipment


    Tools:
    - Flow line 11-12: tools on rails for 4 sections 11-12
    - Flow line 15-21: tools on rails for 6 sections 15-21
    - Stationary 11-14


    Documents:
    - Deliverable list
    - Hangar lay-out
    - Freedom of movements-ergonomics
    - Collision investigations
    - Definition of list spare parts
    - Complete summary of all jigs and tools
    - Specifications for the process flow
    - Machine cycle time diagram
    - Escape and rescue
    - Draft of hazards analysis
    Firm: “ECA CNAI” Toulouse FRANCE
    Time: 5 months of Placement


    • Summer 2008 Quality control in a precision mechanical industry (3months).
    Project:
    - Control on MMT (Three-dimensional measure machine)
    « FUTEX » Auterive FRANCE


    • Summers 2003/2006 Management in an alimentary firm of the stock of the products, in charge of the clients’ commands and workers.
    « Le Terroir Lomagnol » Lavit FRANCE


    • All Summers Work in the family farm (300 hectares): irrigation/mechanic/driver.


    Linguistics’ knowledge
    • English: European exchange program in DENMARK during a year (common practice)
    • Spanish: Baccalaureate level


    Informatics’ knowledge
    • CATIA V5 Dassault system Conception of 3D parts /assembly/calculation
    • AUTODESK Inventor Conception of 3D parts/assembly
    • Visual basic IT language
    •Métrosoft Software which permits to control a tridimensional machine (MMT).
    •Hélios Software which permits to know the stock, to realize sell ticket and to create ticket of none quality.
    •RDM6
    •ANSYS Software which permit to look the resistance of the materials/Calculations
    •PATRAN/NASTRAN
    • PSN8 Software which permits to simulate the management of the production


    Others
    • Aeronautic: Aeronautic Initiation Certificate (BIA) with honor.
    • Sport: Tennis 7 years – Rugby
    • Travel: Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Netherland, Scotland, England, Poland, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Malta.


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