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     Date Submitted:23-12-2012
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywordsexperimental design, guidance and control, physical simulations, spacecraft design, system engineering
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    EDUCATION

    2011 August 12.MS Aerospace Engineering, GPA 3.3, Texas A&M University

    2008 December 13.BS Aerospace Engineering, GPA 3.5, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)

    2008 December 13.BS Physics, GPA 3.5, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)

     

    TECHNICAL SKILLS

    Engineering Skills: Experimental Design, Physical Simulations, System Engineering, Guidance, Dynamics and Control

    Computer Skills: Programming (MATLAB, C++), CAD Modeling, Web Development (HTML, JavaScript, PHP)

    Communication: Presentation (PowerPoint, LaTeX), Journalism, Public Speaking, Chinese Language

    Management: Project Management, Marketing, Technical Writing, Proposal Writing, Business Writing

     

    WORK

    2012 June – 2012 July. Research Intern, Excalibur Almaz
    - Designed cislunar spacecraft power and life support systems and simulated re-entry body drag and heating.

     

    2005 January – 2008 December. Teaching Assistant, Department of Physics, Georgia Tech
    - Taught physics 2 (electrostatics/electrodynamics) labs and oversaw experiments.

     

    2006 January – 2007 May. Teaching Assistant, Department of Mathematics, Georgia Tech
    - Taught calculus 1 (single variable calculus) and calculus 2 (linear algebra) recitation.

     

    PROJECTS

    2012 January – Present. Project Lead, SPACE (http://www.spaceacad.org)

    - Creating, managing, and promoting the Scientific Preparatory Academy for Cosmic Explorer initiative.

     

    2012 January – 2012 May. Team Member, New Space Business Plan Competition: Citizen Spacecraft Design Platform
    - Wrote executive summary. Set up technical algorithms for simulations.

     

    2011 September – 2011 November. Proposal Lead, DARPA 100YSS Proposal: Pipeline for Creating Future Cosmic Explorers

    - Co-wrote proposal for 100 Year Starship Proposal from DARPA.

     

    2011 May – 2011 September.Team Member, European Satellite Navigation Competition: Water Sensor/HitchOn
    - Conducted technical and commercial work on water sensor. Designed smartphone travel application.

     

    2009 November – 2009 December. Team Member, Apophis Near Earth Asteroid Earth Impact Mitigation Proposal
    - Co-wrote proposal for asteroid deflection mission.

     

    2008 January – 2008 June. Science Specialist, Lunar South Pole-Aitken Basin Sample Return Proposal
    - Defined science objectives and payloads for senior design project.

     

    2006 January – 2006 June. Propulsion Specialist, NASA AO:Project Artemis, Crewed Return to the Moon
    - Defined propulsion requirements and systems for a lunar mission.

     

    RESEARCH

    2009 August - 2011 August. Graduate Student Researcher, Apophis Near Earth Asteroid Earth Impact Mitigation

    - Simulated spacecraft payload operational environment in MATLAB and designed experiment for testing payload.

     

    2007 January – 2007 May. Student Researcher, Combustion Chamber Image Processing

    - Created MATLAB script for image scanning algorithm.

     

    2006 June – 2006 July. Student Researcher, Outburst Orbital Humps in Cataclysmic Variables (CVs)

    - Modeled binary star system in FORTRAN.

     

    LEADERSHIP

    2011 October – 2012 July. SPACE Conference (www.spaceconf.com) July 9-10, 2012: Lead Organizer and Webmaster.

    2011 January – 2011 April. ISAM Conference (http://aeweb.tamu.edu/isam) April 4-6, 2011: Lead Organizer and Webmaster.

    2010 April – Present. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Houston: Publicity Chair, Newsletter Author

    2009 August – 2011 August. Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS): Member

    2010 August.Texas A&M University Business Management Certificate (BMC): Participant

    2004 August – 2008 December. Georgia Tech University Astronomy Club: Member, Vice President

     

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