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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:18-07-2012
     Last Modified:24-04-2013 (08:30)
    Job information
     Current job:Engineer in Acoustics and Vibrations + PHD in Acoustics
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsEngineer, Acoustics, Vibrations, Noise, Sound, PHD, NVH
    CV

    Professional objective
        
    To work for an important company or institution in the field of acoustics and vibrations with prospects to continue my career as a specialist engineer in acoustics

    Studies
        
    1995 – 2002    Industrial Engineering  
    University Jaume I, Castellón

    2004 – 2006    Master in Acoustics
    University Polytechnic of Valencia – CERN

    2007 – 2009    Doctorate – PhD in Acoustics
    University Polytechnic of Valencia – CERN

    Professional Experience 

    2003 – 2007    CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) – Switzerland

        Acoustic modeling and preventive noise maps
        Characterization of noise sources: Pressure and intensity measurements to obtain sound power levels
        Reverberation tests and measurements to calculate the acoustic insulation of buildings and construction elements
        Measurement campaign of background noise and recording on DAT format. Collaboration with the ”Geneva service for the protection against the noise”

    2008 – 2013    Alava Ingenieros Group – Madrid - Spain

        Acoustics, Vibration and Acoustic Simulation product and sales NVH engineer
        Trainer for theoretical and practical courses and trainings for the use of acoustic and vibration equipments for NVH applications
        Speaker at different Congress, Seminars and Technical Conferences: “II National Congress of thermal and acoustic insulation”, “VII Seminar about acoustic thermal insulation on the construction”, “Conference of technical improvements on the acoustic and vibration management”, “39º International Congress InterNoise”, ”41º National Congress Tecniacústica”
        Participant at different Congress, Seminars and Technical Conferences: “II Iberian Congress of acoustics on air installations”, “I, II y III Seminar about environmental acoustics and sustainable acoustic building”, “VIII Seminar about acoustic thermal insulation on the construction”.

    Specific Training
    (Courses)


    2004    Intensity, sound power and location of noise sources. Brüel & Kjaer (16 h)
    2005    Acoustic analysis with Labview (20 h)
    2008    Basic Protection course against Noise (14h)
    2009
    2010    Infrared Therrmographer Level I from ITC (Infrared Training Center) (40h)
        Acoustic Mapping course – CadnaA software training (8h)
    2011    Binaural Acoustic course – HEAD Acoustics training (32h)
    2012    Modal Analysis course – LMS and OROS software training (16h)


    Complementary Training

    2003 – 2013    Extensive knowledge and good practical skills of equipment, software and instrumentation on Acoustics and Vibrations(HEAD acoustics, LMS, OROS, B&K, GFai, 01dB, Rion, Sinus, Microflown, G.R.A.S, PCB, etc):Sound level meters, multichannel analyzers, arrays, monitoring systems, artificial heads for binaural acoustics, sound intensity probes, calibrators, vibrometers, impedance tubes, impact hammers, accelerometers, microphones, etc.

    Works, Technical Articles and Papers
        
    2006    Doctoral investigation work: “Acoustic model of superficial Points of LHC Accelerator and study of acoustic solutions”
    2007    Presentation in the International Congress ICSV13 of the paper: “Acoustic model and noise map of a CERN installation implemented by TYMPAN ”
    2008    Publication on the “Magazine of Acoustics” of the article: “Getting the geometric factor for approximating power spectra obtained by pressure and intensity measurements”
    2008 – 2009    Presentation in several Congress of acoustic insulation of the article: “Comparison of different measure techniques for the in situ tests of airborne and tapping acoustic insulation”
    2009    Doctoral Thesis: “Implementation of an alternative method, complementary to the existing standard, to determine the acoustic power of a noise source in a real environment”
    2010    Presentation in the 39º International Congress Internoise of the paper: “Identifying acoustic bridges by using beamforming and sound intensity in situ measurement techniques”
    2010    Presentation in the 39º International Congress Internoise of the paper: “Comparison of two sound intensity in situ measurement techniques to calculate the sound power level of a noise source”
    2010    Presentation in the 41º National Congress Tecniacústica of the paper: “In Situ acoustic absorption measurements of pavements”
    2011-2012    Presentation in several Congress and Conferences of acoustics of the article: “Special technologies to find acoustic insulation bridges”

    Computer knowledge
        
        Computing: Word, LaTeX, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Acrobat
        Operating Systems and Programming: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, C, C++
        Technical Software: Autocad, Mathematica, Matlab, Labview
        Acoustic and Vibrattion Software: ArtemiS, Test.Lab, Test.Xpress, Pulse, NVGate, NoiseImage, dBTrait, dBBati, dBFa, Insul, Bastian, Samurai, CadnaA, Noise Explorer, Evaluator, Qualifier, TYMPAN 3.2 (EDF)

    Languages

        English: Advanced Level (Spoken and written)
        CAE’s courses (Certificate in Advanced English) (60 h)
        
        French: Fluent Level (Spoken and written)
        DELF First degree (Diploma of studies in French)
        
        Catalan: Good Level (Spoken and written)
        Elementary degree of knowledge of Catalan (80h)

    Other Skills

        International experience, English and French used daily
        Capacity of connecting with the people and capability of working in group
        Good skills with English and Spanish presentations and papers (congress, technical articles, international partnerships and meetings)

    Other Activities
        
        Interests: Computing, reading, cinema, music, traveling, sports


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