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     Date Submitted:18-07-2012
     Last Modified:18-07-2012 (11:37)
    Job information
     Current job:Research Scientist
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsFluid mechanics, aerodynamics, wind-tunnel, Computational Fluid Dynamics, data analysis, programing, project management, teamwork, adaptability, communication
    CV

    OBJECTIVE: Bring expertise acquired as a reliable Research Scientist to solve a wide variety of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering problems

    WORK EXPERIENCE
    2007-2012: ONERA- The French Aerospace Lab, Department of Applied Aerodynamics,
    - Led national and international studies to save money and increase the safety of helicopters operating on ships
    - Investigated and modeled ship airwakes for high fidelity flight simulators
    - Developed a rotor bench to study the helicopter/ship aerodynamic interaction
    - As an expert, represented France at a NATO research group to review the ship design guidelines

    2008-2010: University of Valenciennes (IUT), France,
    Prepared, animated and graded practicals at undergraduate level in structure analysis (Finite Element Analysis and analytical approaches)

    2009-2010: Higher Engineering Institute (HEI) of Lille, France
    Prepared, animated and graded practicals at undergraduate level in Thermodynamics (pumps, thermal machines, heat transfer analysis)

    TRANSFERABLE SKILLS
    Project Management:
    - Project leader; define schedules and approaches autonomously and take  initiatives to solve complex problems
    - Coordinate a team of engineers and technicians to carry out extensive test campaigns
    - Organize meetings, present and discuss the results with the team
    - Receive client satisfaction for respecting deadlines and for successful international cooperation

    Adaptability:
    - Perform technological watch and take extra trainings to adapt to new situations, to learn continuously and innovate
    - Interact with clients, end users and coworkers to understand their constraints and adapt the solutions accordingly
    - Is successful within new environments, multidisciplinary and international teams

    Communication:
    - Monitor MS Students and teach: adapt communication style to captivate audience and optimize learning
    - Analyze, synthesize data and write reports in Word and LaTeX. Present results at conferences (Powerpoint) in English and French
    - Hold professional conversations in German

    TECHNICAL SKILLS
    Wind-tunnel tests:
    - Prepare test programs and design mock ups with Solidworks
    - Carry out extensive test campaigns using oil flow visualizations, laser tomoscopy, pressure taps, LDV, HWA, PIV, 6 components scales
    - Work in low turbulence facility and wind-tunnel simulating the atmospheric boundary layer

    Computational Fluid Dynamics:
    - Computes separated flows with elsA and Fluent, mesh with IcemCFD and Gambit, visualize results with Tecplot

    Data Analysis:
    - Develop Matlab and Python scripts calling Fortran subroutines to post-process and compare experimental with unsteady CFD data. Adapt some scripts for parallelized computations on UNIX clusters  
    - Code and apply advanced processing tools such as POD, statistical and auto- and cross-correlation methods

    EDUCATION
    Doctorate, University of Valenciennes, France. High honors
    Major: Fluid Mechanics

    Master's degree, National School of Mechanics and Aerotechnics (ISAE-ENSMA), France. High honors
    - Major: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
    - Subsonic and supersonic aerodynamics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, energy science, propulsion, structures, material properties,  systems, computer science, mathematics
    - Specialization in aircraft conceptual/preliminary design and wind-energy at the University of Stuttgart, Germany during 8 months
    - Extra activities: sailplane licence with 40 hours of flight, paraglider pilot, founded and chaired ISAE-ENSMA's R/C airplane club

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
    - Herry, B., Keirsbulck, L., Labraga, L., Paquet, J.-B., Flow bi-stability downstream of a three dimensional double backward facing steps at zero-degree sideslip, ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering, vol. 133, Issue 5, May 2011

    - Herry, B., v.d.Vorst, J., Towards the impact of flow bi-stability on the launch and recovery of helicopters on ships, AIAA ATIO Centennial of Naval Aviation Forum, Virginia Beach, VA, September 2011

    - Herry, B., Gardarein, P., Rodriguez, B., v.d.Vorst, J., v. Muijden, J., AT ROS-AIM - Rotorcraft-ship aerodynamic interface modeling. Task 4: Model development of the Rotorcraft-ship aerodynamic interface, Final Tech. Rep., Onera/NLR, December 2011

    - Herry, B., Bourez, J.-P., Elaboration du programme d'essais et caractérisation du banc rotor L2 pour l'étude de l'interaction sillage rotor/sillage frégate, RT2/ 18169, 2012, to be published
     


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