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     Current job:Space Systems Engineering Student
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
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     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
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    Date of birth: 18 October 1990              Nationality:Spanish

    EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS

    2012– 2013

    Cranfield University, Cranfield, United Kingdom.

    MSc Astronautics and Space Engineering

    Group Project: ‘DMC-HD’ (12 members. My role: Baseline Engineer, Manage-ment. Defining and developing alternative mission concepts, defining system drivers, conducting system trades, defining baseline, tracking system budgets, and coordinating group tasks).

    The aim of the project is to explore and analyse different options to adapt the SSTL-300 S1 platform to obtain better performance and maximise the return on investment. It involves studying VLEO and electric propulsion.

    Individual Research Project: title not available yet (updates available on request).

     

    2008 – 2013

    ETSEIAT, UPC – BarcelonaTech, Terrassa, Spain.

    BEng Aeronautical Engineering (Grade 9.2 out of possible 10)

    Group Project: ‘RockLab2’ (10 members. My role: Project Programming, Propul-sion System, and overall Budget and Financial Viability).

    The aim of the project was to design RockLab2, a small launch vehicle intended to reach the boundary between the Earth's atmosphere and the space (100 km).

     

    July 2011

    Community of Ariane Cities – Sapienza University, Rome, Italy.

    CVA Summer School 2011 - ‘Future evolution of VEGA European Launcher

    40 participants. Visit to Guyana Space Centre (Kourou, French Guyana).

    Group Project: ‘Optimization of VEGA 3rd & 4th stages’. (6 members. My role: Team leader).

    The project involved the design of a liquid engine. Supervised by AVIO engineers.

     

    2009 – 2010

    Glyndwr University, Wrexham, United Kingdom.

    HNC Aeronautical Technology

    Summer School. Core subjects included Aircraft Structures, Aerodynamics, Mate-rials Technology, Aircraft Systems, Engineering Design and Business.

     

    2002 – 2008

    Hermanos Argensola Baccalaureate, Barbastro, Spain.

    ‘A+’ Level: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Technical Drawing and all the other subjects. A+ in University Entrance Exam (9.735/10, region’s highest).

    ADDITIONAL TRAINING

    July 2012

    Space Research Centre – Cranfield University, Cranfield, United Kingdom.

    Visiting Student

    Systems Engineering. I was in charge of a CubeSat (ΔDSat, within QB50, an FP7 Project) baseline design, defining its basic requirements, and selecting hardware.

     

    Aug 2011 – Sep 2011

    Space Sciences Institute – ICE-CSIC, Barcelona, Spain.

    JAE INTRO 2010

    Scholarship awarded by Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). Introduction to research in the topic ‘Emission of gravitational waves in the collision of supermassive black holes’. Research assistant in charge of developing software (Matlab) to simulate such collisions according to different physical models. Working directly with LISA Pathfinder engineers and physicists from all around Europe.

     

    Oct 2011 – Nov 2011

    Innova Program, UPC – BarcelonaTech, Terrassa, Spain.

    ‘Creativity’and‘How to set up your own company’(8 hours).

    Seminars focused on enhancing entrepreneurship. Included legal issues, company planning, economic and financial planning, and negotiation.

    LANGUAGES

     

    Spanish (First language), English (Fluent – CEFR C1), French (Fluent – CEFR C1), German (Intermediate – CEFR B1), Italian (Beginner – CEFR A2), Catalan (Fluent – CEFR C1).

     

    COMPUTING SKILLS

     

     

    Operating systems: Windows 98/XP/Vista/7/8, iOS X.

    Office suits: Microsoft Office 2010, OpenOffice, iWork.

    Software: STK, Microsoft Project,CATIA V5, Solid Edge, ANSYS, Nastran/ Patran, Abaqus 6.11, ESATAN/ESARAD, RockSim, Photoshop, Dreamweaver CS6.

    Programming: C/C++, Matlab/Simulink, Visual Basic.

    SCHOLARSHIPS, AWARDS AND GRANTS

    Dec 2012

    Academic Excellence– Awarded by regional government for international mobility. Only 25 students out of around 750 awarded this scholarship (4/230 in my university).

     

    Oct 2011 – June 2012

    Scholarship Enginycat 2011

    Awarded by regional government to students in their last years of studies to provide younger students with a mentorship.

     

    Jan 2008

    Honourable mention in XLIV Spanish Mathematical Olympiad (Regional phase).

     

    Jul 2007

    Grant to finance an English language course abroad (Regional Government).

    MEMBERSHIPS

    Oct 2012 –

    Secretary CranSEDS – Cranfield University branch of UKSEDS

    Activities: High Altitude Balloon, Outreach Activities, Rocket Workshop.

     

    Member of the Astronomical Society (Cranfield University)

     

    Sep 2009 – Jun 2012

    Member of Terrassa Rocket Team (TRT)

    TRT is a student group that designs and builds rockets, such as the supersonic Blue Thunder (AllYouCanFly 2010 Gold Award). Since September 2010 collabo-ration with NesLab in UASL to develop a flying laboratory and a low-cost launcher that can be launched from a balloon (main phases: RockLab1 and RockLab2). From September 2011 to June 2012, I was the team leader, which required responsibility, capacity to take initiative, and good communication skills.

     

    Sep 2009 – Jun 2012

    Member of EUROAVIA (the European Association of Aerospace Students)

    Association of students whose common values are hard work, cultural awareness, teamwork, and international networking.

    Activities: cultural exchange with TU Delft (Oct 2009 Barcelona, Spain – Feb 2010 Delft, Netherlands), visits (Farnborough Air Show, UK, Jul 2012; A400M FAL Seville, Spain, Feb 2011; Eurocopter Marignane, France, Jan 2011; Airbus Toulouse, France, Feb 2010; Barcelona Airport TWR, Spain, Oct 2009). Member of the WG AMEAC 2010 Terrassa, in charge of organising the Annual Meeting of the EUROAVIA Congress held in Terrassa.

    ACTIVITIES & INTERESTS

    Vacations 2008-2012

    Various temporary work in Somontano Wine Festival and ‘FERMA & Gourmet’ trade show (Barbastro, Spain). As a booth assistant, I advised both locals and tourists.

     

    Jul 2006-07

    English language course in Toronto (Canada) and Bray (Ireland). 4 weeks each.  

    Jul 2003 to 2007

    Cultural and language exchange with a girl from Saint Gaudens, France. 12 days in each country each summer.

     

     

    Provided private tuition to high school and university students.

     

     

    Member of a basketball team (10 years). I am currently playing with the Cranfield University Basketball Club in the BUCS.

     

     

    Spanish driving license: category B.



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