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     Date Submitted:11-11-2012
     Last Modified:11-11-2012 (10:02)
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     Current job:System Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSatellite and Space Systems Design, Analysis and Test
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    Education:  BS in Electrical Engineering - University of Illinois (Urbana) 1976

     

    Experience:    1985 to Present

    System/Project Engineer -- The Aerospace Corporation

     

    In support of AF Space and Missile Center (AFSMC) Space Development and Test Directorate (SDTD) Operationally Responsive Satellite and Launch Vehicle (LV) Missions, my current responsibilities include:

     (1) Assessing Experiment/Demonstration Mission Objectives to determine feasibility and compatibility with AFSMC/SDTD capabilities, charters and goals involving internal assets: (a) DoD Space Test Program (STP) Mission Design, (b) Orbital Corp. Minotaur LV and (c) Satellite Operations Center, including but not limited to:                                     

    -- AFSMC/XR SENSE CubeSat Demonstrations

    -- AFSMC MILSATCOM LYNX Demonstration       

    -- NASA LADEE Lunar Mission 

     

    (2) Performing Mission Orbit/Constellation Design, Modeling, Simulation and Analysis utilizing:                                                                                                                        

    -- STK/PRO, STK/Astrogator, STK/ODTK, etc.     

    -- The Aerospace Corporation Satellite Orbit Analysis Program (SOAP)

    -- Rideshared Secondary Satellite Orbit Determination/Propagation Algorithms

    -- Maneuver Mission Control Sequence (MCS) Development  

    -- Orbit Decay/Accuracy & Mission Lifetime Estimation Algorithms

     

    (3) Performing Satellite System Engineering, Cost Analysis, Acquisition Strategy, Design and Integration/Test utilizing:  

    -- Spacecraft (Payload and Bus) Excel Spreadsheet Models of M/V/P

    -- Hosted Payload Best Practices and Lessons Learned   

    -- Spacecraft Lifetime Determination and End-of-Life Disposal Strategies

     

     (4) Developing Requirements for a Multi-Mission Satellite Operations Center (MMSOC) with advanced capabilities including: 

     -- Automation or “Lights Out” 

    -- CubeSat Deployment and Early Orbit Support    

     -- Ka-Band Telemetry Tracking and Commanding (TT&C)

     

    In support of the SMC/XR Directorate, my previous responsibilities included investigating, developing and prioritizing advanced space concepts: 

    (1) Hyperspectral VIS/IR Sensor and Detector Array Systems

    (2) Microwave/Millimeter-wave Phased-Array Radar Systems

    (3) RF and Photonic Communication Systems

    (4) Launch Vehicle Systems and Range Improvements

    (5) Prompt Global Strike Hypersonic Vehicles and ICBMs

    (6) Wideband Antenna/Receiver Systems for Target Geolocation

    (7) Chemical Space Based Laser (SBL)

    (8) Ultra-Short Pulse (USP) Solid-State Laser (SSL)

     

    In support of AF Research Laboratory (AFRL), my previous responsibilities included developing advanced technologies: 

    (1) Radiation-Hardened Signal, Image & Data Processing ICs and Systems                                                -- Generic VHSIC Spaceborne Computer (GVSC)  and  Advanced Spaceborne Computer Modules (ASCM)

    (2) CubeSat Micro/Nano Devices, MEMS, MMIC, Packaging & Integration

    (3) Guidance, Navigation, Attitude, and Flight Control (GNAFC) Systems utilizing:

    -- Inertial Navigation with Accelerometer/Gyro Instrument Clusters

    -- Global Positioning System (GPS) -Aided Inertial Navigation

    -- Tactical/Strategic Missile and Re-entry Vehicle Guidance Laws.

    (4) Acquisition, Tracking and Pointing (ATP) Systems

    (5) Hyperspectral VIS/IR Sensors and Detector Array Systems

    (6) Relay Mirror Optical Systems

     

     

    Experience:    1976 to 1985

    Integrated Circuit Engineer -- United Technologies/Mostek

     

    Responsibilities included Process, Device, Test and Product/Yield Engineering of commercial memory and microcontroller devices at both the R&D prototyping and Manufacturing (volume production) levels; specifically:

     

    (1) Application & Utilization of advanced microelectronic wafer processing technologies (ion implantation, plasma etching and deposition) to produce unique device physics in high-speed transistor & interconnect structures

    (2) Testing & Failure Analysis at all wafer and packaged device production milestones.


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