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     Date Submitted:23-10-2012
     Last Modified:29-10-2012 (01:43)
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     Current job:Mechanical & Thermal offer line responsible
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     Keywordsmechanical engineering, vibrations, AIT, composite, manager, project
    CV

    Born 04/03/1967

    19 years married, 2 children

     

    Manager / Project Manager

     

    PROFESSIONNAL EXPERIENCE

    2010–2011     NEXEYA Systems (ex BTS Industrie)

    Responsible of the mechanical and thermal line offers (engineering, R&D, design, manufacturing and AIT),

    Until 09/2011 :Operational Manager of AIT & Manufacturing Department : (around 50 persons, workers, technicians and engineers)

    Supervision of the « AIT » and manufacturing Project Managers ; development of external subcontracting activities for Satellite AIT and MLI ; Supervision of the implementations of a centralised purchasing system and a CAM software.

    In charge of R&D projects(contractual and financial aspects).

     

    2005–2009    BTS Industrie

    Head of Antennas Mechanical Engineer Team (customer THALES ALENIA SPACE Toulouse) ; Management and support/lead of 8 Engineers.

    Mechanical sizing and justifications, Sub-system specifications, Test predictions for environmental tests and test operatings from EQM to PFM (Reflectors, Antennas, Feeds), Report writings from preliminary to test phases. Attendee to revues (PDR, CDR, TRR, TRB) ; Participation in the development phase of the first TAS multi-spots feed protoflight model (PFM).

    Tool developments forcomputation post-processing and acceptance.

    « Mechanical Team Leader» of EUROSTAR Batteries (EADS Astrium) for mechanical test campaigns.

     

    1998–2004    REALIX TEHNOLOGIES

    Project Manager / Stress leader – Mechanical Engineer in spatial & aeronautical domains

    During 2.5 years, for ALCATEL SPACE.

    Mechanical engineer and leader of an engineer team on Telecom Satellite Antennas ; Sizing and justification reports, tests prediction reports and procedures writings ; PFM test operatings. 

    During 2.5 years, in a partnership with BEAT/LATECIS, Stress leader on DO 728 Slats and Leading Edges(international aeronautical program with EADS CASA, DORNIER, ASCO, etc).

    Focal Point with CAD department / Customer. Management of 5 Engineers (Static, Fatigue & Damage Tolerance) ; Report writings for aircraft certification and drawings signatures

    During 1.5 years, mechanical engineer on several spatial programmes (ISS, ATV, STENTOR), on embedded systems (battery modules, COLOMBUS airconditionning system, electronic equipments).

     

    OTHER SKILLS

    I have mastered the NASTRAN, DYNAWORKS, FEMAP softwares ; good knowledges on MS Office, MS project ; knowledges SAMCEF, IDEAS-Master Series, CATIA V4 / V5, softwares

    Language knowledge : intermediate English and participations in many meetings, revues, conference calls and conferences.

     

    EDUCATION & DEGREES

    1993–1997     PhD in Mechanical Engineering at SUP’AERO “Structures Laboratory” (research in collaboration with SNECMA)

    Subject: "Dynamic of structures in presence of dry friction : application to turbo reactor blades" ; with Professor J.J. BARRAU ; mention “Très Honorable”.

    My PhD deads with the amplitude reductions of the turbo reactor blades nonlinear vibrations produced by aero-elastic coupling effects ; The mathematical and numerical modellings of a mock-up, the design and the exploitation of an experimental test bench, were treated. 

    1991–1992     Postgraduate degree (1 year) following my Master in Mechanical Engineering at the INSA Toulouse (mention B).

    Subject: "Studies of critical speeds of a rotor in bending, with effects of gravity and axial preloading”. 

    1989–1991     Master's Degree in Mechanic at the Paul Sabatier University (Tlse III). 

    TRAINING : Management: march 2010.

     

    EXTRA PROFESSIONNAL EXPERIENCE, CONFERENCES & PUBLICATIONS

    Teaching: For 3 school years, during my PhD, experimental works in “Mechanical Materials Strenght Analysis” in 2sd & 3rd years of SUP’AERO student engineer.

    Conferences: 11th et 12th Conference "Vibrations Chocs et Bruits", Ecole Centrale Lyon.

    Publications: in the GAMI revue (Mécanique Industrielle et Matériaux), in “Nonlinear Dynamics” and ‘”Journal of Sound and Vibration.”

     

    MISCELLANEOUS

    Free Diving and Underwater Hunting (I am FFESSM & FNPSA federal instructor and I am secretary of my Club).

    Underwater Photo.

    Mountain trail.

    Jazz.


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