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     Date Submitted:11-08-2012
     Last Modified:19-08-2012 (03:59)
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     Current job:Teaching assistant
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsNavigation, mission analysis, attitude control, orbit design and systems engineering


    As a graduate student I am looking for a position in the field of (nano-)satellite design, mission analysis, orbit design, navigation systems, systems engineering or mission operations.


    2004 - …

    Delft University of Technology, faculty of Aerospace Engineering, the Netherlands:


    Master at Chair of Astrodynamics & Space Missions

    -          MSc thesis:  ‘Autonomous Navigation for Nano-satellites during Earth-Moon Transfer’ Bachelor at Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

    -          BSc thesis: ‘e-Moth: nano-satellite mission to the Moon’: responsible for nano-satellite design, mission analysis and orbit design

    -          Minor in ‘Aerospace for Sustainable Earth’

    1992 - 2004




    Onze-Lieve-Vrouwecollege, Antwerp, Belgium:

    -          Sciences-Mathematics

    -          Latin-Mathematics

    -          Greek-Latin

    Work Experience




    Delft University of Technology

    -          Teaching assistant for Simulation, Verification & Validation (3rd year BSc course)





    AEGIS (Advanced European Galaxy Imager and Spectrograph)

    -          Responsible for Electrical Power Subsystem

    -          DLR subsidised phase-0 study at the concurrent design facility in Bremen, Germany



    SURO (Space-based Ultra-long wavelength Radio Observatory)

    -          Responsible for mission analysis and orbit design of a formation of 9 satellites

    -          An ESA M-class cosmic vision proposal in cooperation

    -          Continuation of DARIS, in cooperation with FIRST



    Internship at Astrium in Friedrichshafen, Germany

    -          Mission analysis and formation stability analysis of DARIS (Distributed Aperture array for Radio Astronomy in Space) consisting of 5 to 50 satellites

    Language Skills


    Native speaker


    Negotiation level





    Computer Skills


    Advanced use


    Upper intermediate use


    Upper intermediate use


    Basic use


    Advanced use

    MS Office

    Advanced use


    Basic use

    Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator

    Advanced use

    Other Information




    Member of the EADS Juniors Programme

    -          30 High-potential members selected out of 4000 interns at EADS

    -          Networking, self-development opportunities and EADS site visits




    Bizidee: Project Heat & Power

    -          Implementation of combined heat & power systems in Flemish households

    -          Competition: Top-10 overall, 2nd student category (+500 participants)




    Rotaract Boom-Willebroek

    -          President (2009-2010), Secretary (2007-2008), Co-president (2006-2007)

    -          Organising social events, parties, gala evenings





    Supervisor on holidays for high-school students to Häselgehr, Austria

    -          Head-supervisor (2007-2009): leading a group of high school students through the Alps, leading a team, organising activities

    -          Supervisor (2004-2006)





    Commission work at VSV ‘Leonardo da Vinci’

    -          Secretary of the sports commission (2006-2007)

    -          President of the films and activities commission (2005-2006)

    -          Bar commission (2004-2005)





    -          Organisation of high-school prom (2004)

    -          Member of the student council (2002-2004)


    Sport and leisure: running and skiing

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