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     Date Submitted:21-04-2013
     Last Modified:04-11-2013 (09:14)
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     Current job:Student - Postgraduate studies
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSkills: Flexible, team player, thorough, automatic control, programming, foreign languages Experience: simulation development, numerical control, aerospace
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    AEROSPACE ENGINEER – AUTOMATIC CONTROL

     

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    2012 – 2013 

     

    MSc Astronautics & Space Engineering, Cranfield University, United Kingdom

    Major: Space Systems Engineering -  Specialty: Spacecraft attitude and orbit control

     

    October 2012 – March 2013 

     

    Group Design project (13 people) – Geosynchronous Earth observation SAR satellite AOCS design – Requirements specification (pointing budget, attitude knowledge ...), hardware selection, sizing and configuration

     

     

    2010 – 2012 

     

    MSc Aerospace Engineering, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

    Major: Mechanical Engineering – Specialty: Nonlinear, optimal, MIMO, hybrid & embedded control

     

    November – December 2010 

     

    Environmentally-friendly A380-freight-equivalent aircraft design. Transportation time from Europe to Northern America smaller than half the time taken by railway and ship transport for the same trip (5 people)

    September – October 2010

     

    150kg satellite launch (Esrange, Sweden) in near-polar sun-synchronous orbit at a minimum of 300 km assessment. Performed orbit acquisition feasibility study and rocket first two stages simulation-based selection

     

    2008 – 2012 

     

    Engineering Education,  SUPELEC, Metz, France :1st and 2nd year of a three year engineering program, third year abroad (KTH, Stockholm)

     

    Group Projects

     

    April – May 2010 

     

    MRI images processing of cystic fibrosis affected lungs. Provided a lung affected zones “mapping” process (2 people)

     

    September – October 2009

     

    Software engineering: L-systems specification and representation. Delivered functional L-system representation software (2 people)

    September – October 2009

     

    Crossroads physical model for educational purposes. Car detection and pedestrians’ calls electronics design and implementation

    Placements

     

    June – August 2010 

     

    Engineering student placement – Usine d’Electricité de Metz (France)Hydraulic electricity buying strategy in 2012

    ·        Available productions modelling and categorising

    ·        Categories’ risks forecasting and quantification

    July – August 2009

     

    Industrial and linguistic placement – China(Beijing)

    ·        Linguistic placement in college 39 in Beijing (3 weeks)

    Symbolic diploma awarded; Speech in Chinese

    ·        Industrial placement in Chongwenmen (崇文门) hotel

    Took care of customers and luggage in an only-Chinese-speaking team; Served as an interpret for French tourist in difficult situations

     

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    April – August 2013

    MSc Thesis - Steering a Small Satellite Launch Vehicle to Orbit

    Objective: GN&C system set of requirements and avionics’ suite

    ·        Modelling launch vehicle mass and inertia variations, and aerodynamics, wind profile

    ·        Matlab/Simulink simulator conception

     

    March – August 2012

    MSc Thesis - Numerical Control : Performance Analysis and Implementation Issue

    Objective: conversion of an analogical controller while minimising the loss of performance caused by the discretisation process

    Devised an iterative algorithm to find an optimal finite-wordlength-coefficient digital controller equivalent to a given analogue compensator

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

    Languages   

    French – Mother tongue

    German – Intermediate

    English – Bilingual (TOEFL iBT : 112)

    Chinese – Bases (2008 – 2010)

     

    Computer Skills

    Languages: C, C++, Matlab/Simulink, Java ; Excel, Word, Power Point

    Software: Abaqus, STK, ESATAN (bases)

    Operating system: Windows

     

    Communication Skills

    Multicultural environments adaptability, gained via my studies and work abroad

    Communications skills, gained via my experience of oral presentations and written reports

    Team spirit expressed through a pleasure to share with colleagues and people

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Travelled extensively around the world (except Oceania): USA, Botswana, Peru, China, Hungary ...

    Sport: running (3 times and 30km/week), football

    Reading: particularly science-fiction and geopolitics 

    Arts: practicing instruments (piano and drums),

    Cook for my friends and family, particularly desserts

    Taste for foreign languages, started (modestly) Russian

     

    References upon request

     

     


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