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     Date Submitted:26-06-2012
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    Permanent Spanish residence

    Date of birth                       07 August 1966

    Gender                               Male

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    Work experience

    Dates             September 1992-2005

    Occupation or position held        Telecommunications                   

     

     

    Main activities and responsibilities     

    Operation Installation and Maintenance on satellite Earth station equipments.       

    Name of employer                                            Angolan Telecom

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    Dates                                                                 1996-1998

    Occupation or position held                                 Engineer Telecommunication

     

     Main activities and responsibilities     Engineer Installation, testing and commissioning circuits  Ku band satellite equipment including antennas, tracking and control systems, satellite modems, up/down converters, 1:N switches  and 1 kW TWT RF amplifiers

     

    Name of employer                 Schlumberger Oil Company

    …………………………………………………………………………………………….

    DATE                                             2005-2007

    Occupation or position held        Offshore Operators

      

    Main activities and responsibilities      

    Rotary drilling processes; bit selection; optimizing bit weight and rotational speed; well hydraulics and control; casing design and cementing; directional and offshore drilling.

     

    Name of employer                                            Noble Energy Company

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    Date                                                                     2007-2009

    Occupation or position held                 Telecommunication Engineer

     

    Main activities and responsibilities   

    Assisting department manager

    -Telecommunication system design (Digital signal processing , Wide band spread spectrum, Communications under multipath fading, Characterization and modeling of propagation, Electronic

     - LAN/WAN Design & Support, Fiber Optic Technologies and Data Networking Implementation

    -Business development and technical analyses for terrestrial & satellite wireless service

    - Installed and maintained Cisco routers and switches

    -Transmission Engineering & Planning

     

    Name of employer                            Global System Company 

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    DATE                                             2005-2007

    Occupation or position held        Offshore Operators

      

    Main activities and responsibilities      

    Rotary drilling processes; bit selection; optimizing bit weight and rotational speed; well hydraulics and control; casing design and cementing; directional and offshore drilling.

     

    Name of employer                                            Noble Energy Company

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    Date                                                                     2009-2010

    Occupation or position held       Network for Satellite Operations (GENSO)

       

    Main activities and responsibilities 

     To provide unparalleled near-global levels of access to educational spacecraft in orbit,

    · To allow remote access for operators to real-time mission data, even in cases when their local ground station.

    · To provide remote control of all participating ground stations,

    · To optimize uplink fidelity by calculation of real-time link budgets and uplink station selection,

    · To perform downlink error-correction by comparing multiple data streams,

    · To define and implement a global standard for educational ground segment software,

    · To define and and instantiate an optional well-defined standard solution for educational ground-segment Hardware (in order to expedite participation in GENSO),

    · To support a common interface for applying for frequency allocation and coordination

     

     

    Name of employer           Vigo University 

     

     

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    Education and training

     

    Dates                                                       (2005-2007) 

    Title of qualification awarded               Advanced diploma of studies (D.E.A)

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills       Telecommunications

    Covered                             - Mobile and Fiber Optical Telecommunication

    Name and type of organization                       Zaragoza University -Spain

    Providing education and training

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    Dates                                                                (2004-2005)

    Title of qualification awarded                         Postgraduate Diploma

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills          computer science

    Covered

    Name and type of organization                          Zaragoza University

    Providing education and training

    …………………………………………………………………………………………….

    Dates                                                           (1999-2004)

    Title of qualification awarded                       Engineer Diploma

    Principal subjects/Occupational skills              Electronic

    Covered                               

    Name and type of organization                          Zaragoza University

    Providing education and training

    …………………………………………………………………………………………….

    Zaragoza university (2006-2008)                 Researcher in Mobile and Fiber   Optical communications Research Laboratory

     

    Marconi-Portugal    March 1998              

      Private and Public Digital Communication System course in Installation, Operation and maintenance 

     

    E.T.S-USA     July 1998

    Satellite Communications Training Course 

     

     

    Alcatel Telespace-France (October 2000)

     Course for operation and Maintenance on    Earth station equipments for Television and   IBS applications. 

     

    SDMO-France   Training Course for Electro gene - installation, operation and maintenance of communication systems at the power station 

     

    Zaragoza university 2009 (250h)      Cisco routers, switches, PIX firewalls and FreeBSD servers configuring and support

     

    Zaragoza university 2008(300h)      Project Manager Course 

     

     

    Personal skills and competences  

    Speaking, Reading:   English, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian 

     

    Driver’s license.          Category B and C vehicle


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