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     Date Submitted:12-09-2012
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     Current job:Systems Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     KeywordsObjective oriented engineer. Problem solving and positive team player. Experienced in Avionic Systems Design and Verification. Growth and learning, those are two professional objectives to continue developing in the future. Also very interested in wor
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    Objective oriented. Problem solving and positive team player.

    Experienced in Avionic Systems Design and Verification

     

    WORK HISTORY

    Feb 2014 – Current.   AKKA GmbH. Munich, Germany.

    Systems Engineer. Feb 2014 – current. Based in Airbus D&S facilities in Friedrichshafen, Germany, work in Military Mission Management System of A400M. Within the Design Office of Terrain Awareness Systems, perform Integration activities in two different functions, one of them designed under DAL A restrictions. Coordination and monitoring of tasks within the team, reporting to the project leader. Support to task planning. Verification of requirements, including development of Automated Test. Execution and integration in official test facilities and A/C simulator. Analysis of results and support to engineering for problem solving. Active part of the SW Certification activities; development of official deliverables, participation in the certification audits as V&V function responsible.

    Feb 2010 – Feb 2014.            AKKA – Aercoconseil Spain. Madrid, Spain.

    Systems Engineer. Aug 2013 – Feb 2014. Based in Cassidian facilities in Friedrichshafen (Germany), work in Military Mission Management System of A400M. In the scope of TAWS, verification of requirements at equipment and SW level, including development of Automated Test Cases, execution and integration in official test facilities. Analysis of results. Validation activities.

    Systems Engineer/Design office. Dec 2011 – Jul 2013. Work at the Avionics department for Communications and Identification of A400M, at Airbus Military. Part of Audio Management System design team on design and integration tasks. Supplier follow-up for problem solving, interfaces definition or updates in the system behaviour. Contact with other ATAs for system integration. Support to tests in Aircraft and System Integration Bench. Writing of test reports. Review of system documentation (SRD, CODD, SIRD, PTS). Work with tools as Albatros, Grefie, DOORS, SeeXP.

    Systems engineer/V&V. Feb 2010 – Dec 2011. Development of documentation for certification of the AMS of A400M. Work based on DOORS tool. Analysis of PTS. Writing of documentation at equipment and board level. Analysis of Airbus directives and processes (ABD0100, M24SP0300229). Support to development of software documentation (high and low level requirements). Direct contact with designers. Requirement Validation process. Development of test for verification, and support during the execution.

    Oct 2008 – Feb 2010. Carlos III University of Madrid. Madrid, Spain.

    Research assistant at the Electronic Technology department of the Carlos III University of Madrid. Working at the Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory of the university, participation in several R&D projects and studies on EMI/EMC. Strong relationship with aeronautics, as developed projects were often requested by EADS or related companies. Pre-certification oriented. Writing of reports with results and conclusions, to be delivered to the customer. Writing of documentation about processes and measurement techniques. Analysis of normative. Test Set-up development.

    Jul 2007 – Aug 2007. Fyse-Ercros Farmaceutical Division. Aranjuez, Spain.

    Technical Assistant at the maintenance department. Material and equipment database creation, and update of the existing ones. Support to the routine inspection and maintenance tasks in the plant. Support to breakdown repair.

     

    EDUCATION

    2009    Telecommunication Engineer at Carlos III University of Madrid. Second half of the degree completed in English language.

    2009    Final Thesis, entitled “Measurement of Shielding Effectiveness of shielded cables”. Developed at the EMC laboratory of Carlos III University of Madrid.The objective of the study was to put into practise the Line Injection Method to obtain the Surface Transfer Impedance of shielded cables, related to screening attenuation, in an accurate and cost-effective way. Got the highest mark, and is the source for a technical article published in the Annual Seminar on Automation, Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation 2009, SAAEI’09.

     

    LANGUAGE SKILLS

    ENGLISH:  Negotiation level written and spoken. Fourth and fifth courses of the engineer degree finished in dual mode. First Certificate of the British Council obtained in march, 2009, obtaining a level of 79/100, B.

    GERMAN: Basic level in written and spoken, corresponding to A2 level. Attended to Volkshochschule and private lessons.

     

    OTHER SKILLS

    Personal Skills

    Positive team player, used to work in a multicultural group. Problem solving and objective oriented, feel comfortable dealing with new challenges. Conscientious and tenacious in my tasks. Ability to adapt to new environments and to organize and plan tasks, managing small teams. Strong interest in engineering.

    Technical Skills

    A400M avionics knowledge, focused on communication and mission systems. Wide know-how on system design and requirement definition. Verification and Integration on SIB and A/C. Experience in SW Certification process, active participation in Certification audits.

    Computer Technologies and Software

    ·          Requirement management tools: DOORS. Medium-High level. 6 years’ experience.

    ·          SW testing tools: TechSAT TPM and ADS2.

    ·          Other tools: SeeXP for electrical CAD. ICC, Albatros, Grefie, ESDCR, used in Airbus environments.

    ·          Microsoft Office: High level.

    ·          Simulation SW: Matlab. Basic – medium level.

    ·          Programming: Java, C. Basic knowledge.

    ·          Microwave and radiofrequency environment simulation SW: MicroWave Office, CST Studio Suite. Basic knowledge.

    Publications and Patents

    Articles: F. Santos, J. Vázquez, R. Martínez, B. Delicado. ”Comparative analysis of the EN60512 and Triaxial methods to measure the Surface Transfer Impedance of Shielded Cables”, XVI Seminar on Automation, Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation 2009, SAAEI’09. 6 pages, ISBN: 978-84-692-2596-7. Madrid, 2009.

     

    Patent: “Device for interconnection of shielded cable ends suitable for Surface Transfer Impedance measurement tests

    Authors: Juan Vázquez Martínez, Francisco Santos Iglesias, Roberto Martínez Bejarano

    Register reference: P201031840

    Date: 14/12/2010

    Patentee: Carlos III University of Madrid

    Courses

    ·      Introduction to Systems Engineering. General overview of System Engineering in the aeronautical domain, emphasizing concepts and main steps of complex system development. Received in AEROCONSEIL Ibérica facilities. 8 hours

    ·      Avionics. Received during the engineer degree, dealing with main concepts of airplane systems, navigation, flight fundamentals... 60 hours.

    ·      Development of a HW Project on Radiofrequency during the engineer degree, focused on the design, manufacturing and testing of a RF Balun for a radio telescope antenna.

    ·      Electromagnetic Compatibility. Attendance to EMI/EMC course, given in Master on Electronics and Robotics in the Carlos III University of Madrid. 30 hours.

    Seminars

    ·      XVI Annual Seminar on Automation, Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation 2009, SAAEI’09. Held at the Carlos III University of Madrid, in July, 2009.

    Other qualifications

    ·      NATO/National Security Clearance granted in Spain and Germany.

    ·      Basic music studies. 4th course achieved.

    Hobbies

    ·      Travelling

    ·      Reading

    ·      Doing sports: Jogging, mountain bike, skiing

    ·      RC Airplanes, DIY


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