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     Date Submitted:01-04-2013
     Last Modified:04-04-2013 (09:09)
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     Current job:Intern at EADS Astrium Space Transportation
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     KeywordsMission analysis, Orbital mechanics, Matlab, Fortran, C language, STK, Celestlab, internships in CNES and EADS Astrium, LaTex, ENAC, Specialized master in ISAE/SUPAERO in Space Systems Engineering, design of satellites, design of launchers
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    EXPERIENCE

    Astrium Space Transportation - Mission analysis division (Les Mureaux,  France) – Internship

    April - September 2013 (6 months)

    Subject: Analysis of the risk of collision between in-orbits objects. Development in Fortran

     

    ISAE/SUPAERO (Toulouse, France)

    September - Mars 2013 (6 months)

    Team project with 15 students of different nationalities: Study of phases 0, A and B of a Mars low-cost mission aiming to send a small satellite and its probes on Mars to stud its soil, surface and atmosphere. Responsible of the Mission Analysis team and working in Communications, visibility, interplanetary trajectory teams.

     

    ENAC, Junior Entreprise (Toulouse, France)

    August 2012 (1 month)

    Translation of part of an operational manual from French to English for Airlinair Company

     

    CNES Toulouse - Orbital Maneuvers division (Toulouse,  France) – Internship

    February - July 2012 (6 months)

    Subject: Phasing of space vehicles in non-coplanar orbits for Active Debris Removal

    First phase: based on simplified Gauss equations, implementation - in Scilab - of a tool that computes the appropriate maneuvers to perform a transfer from an object to another.

    Second phase: further development of this tool to determine the debris sequence that minimizes the consumption of propellant, for a given number of space debris. Use of NORAD database andCNES tools

     

    KTH (Stockholm, Sweden)

    2 months

    Team project conducted with five other students of different nationalities: analysis of a mission aiming at removing space debris from LEO orbit with low-thrust propulsion

     

    ENAC (Toulouse, France)

    4 months, in binome

    Technical project: development of a GNSS simulation tool with MATLAB: coding algorithms to determine the user's position and coding of RAIM algorithms for the control of integrity. Development of a graphic interface with GUIDE that allows illustrations the main characteristics of Global Navigation Satellite Systems.

     

    SII (Aeronautical consulting firm)

    July 2010 (1 month)

    Specifications of a simulation tool for aircrafts calculators and presentation of the new tool's interface to Airbus

     

    Private Tuitions

    For 4 years. Tutoring students in Mathematics/Physics at high school level

     

    EDUCATION

    ISAE/SUPAERO (Institut Superieur de l'Aeronautique et de l'Espace): Advanced Master in Space Systems Engineering (Toulouse, France)

    2012 - 2013

    Mission Analysis, orbital mechanics, satellite design, launcher design, advanced control, real time operating system, On Board Data Handling, dynamics and control, thermal control

     

    KTH University (Royal Instute of Technology): Erasmus exchange (Stockholm, Sweden)

    August 2011 - January 2012

    Specialization: Flight dynamics, rocket science, space environment and spacecraft engineering       

           

    ENAC (Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile): Aeronautical Engineering (Toulouse, France)

    2009-2012

    Major: Telecommunications, Electronics and Space

    Multidisciplinary aerospace engineering courses: aerodynamics, propulsion, electronics, estimation, signal processing, telecommunications, GNSS, applied mathematics, optimization and statistics

     

    Lycée Saint-Louis (Paris, France)

    2006 - 2009

    Undergraduate course for entrance to the French Grandes Ecoldes (Engineering Schools)

    Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

     

    Lycée Lavoisier (Paris, France)

    2003 - 2006

    Baccalauréat S (Science),equivalent to A-levels in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. All grades passed with honors

     

    LANGUAGES

    French: Mother tongue

    English : Fluent (oral, written)

    Spanish: Intermediate (oral, written)

    Swedish : Beginner (oral, written)

    COMPUTER SKILLS

    Language: C language, Fortran

    OS: Linux, Windows, Mac OS X

    Software: Satellite Tool Kit, SimulinkMATLABScilabCelestlab, Microsoft Office, LaTex

    PERSONAL INTERESTS

    Community life: Student board member ENAC: Responsible of travels, Volunteer for AirExpomeeting

    Cultural hobbies Photography (exhibition in Rennes in 2010), Travel, Singer in a band, Theater

    Sports: Squash, Tennis, Basketball


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