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Thu, 19 May 2022 11:45:06 +0000
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     Date Submitted:27-04-2013
     Last Modified:18-07-2014 (11:40)
    Job information
     Current job:Project manager / research associate
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywordsultra-precision machining, energy, micro-structuring, nanostructuring, project management, steel, mould, mold, material processing, space, satellite, re-entry vehicle, astronaut, titanium, solar panels, pv cells
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    Personal Info:

    Nationalities: German and Lebanese

    Date of birth:  21.04.1981

     

    Work experience:

    From July 2012 till March 2014:

    Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology (IPT) in Aachen, Germany

    Project manager / research associate

    + Supervision and management of R&D projects

    + Optimization of the production chain in machining optical steel inserts

    + Ultra precision machining of cutting edge titanium alloys used as High Pressure Compressor Blades in gas turbines

    + Manufacturing free form polymer optics as prototypes and/or small lots

    + Submission of proposals for the financing of national and international research projects

    + Acquisition of international clients from the industrial and research sectors

    + National and international presentations and publications

    + Academic supervision of internships 

     

    08/2010-07/2012: Chair for Laser technology (LLT) RWTH Aachen, Germany

    Contract job:

    + Optimizing the wetting and optical properties of glass, ruby and sapphire by micro- and nano-structuring the surface using femto-second laser radiation 

    + First hand experience in chemical analysis laboratories by preparing the samples as well as etching them with different acid and base solutions

    + First hand experience in metrology labs by investigating and analyzing the test samples using SEM, LIM, UV-VIS spectrometer and optical microscopes

     

    07/2010-07/2012: Process Control Technology (PLT), RWTH Aachen, Germany

    Contract job:

    + Assisting in the design and development of a fully automated process engineering system for the production of non-toxic color

    + Designing special components for the system using CATIA 3D

    + Design and assembly of demonstration coffers and the related documentation for the lectures Design and assembly  of an automated demonstration system for the fabrication of non-toxic colors.

     

    11/2009-03/2010: German Aerospace Center (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

    Student trainee in the department for Space Flight Technology

    Focus activity: Design, implementation and test of a Force/Torque sensor in the European Proximity Operations Simulator in order to demonstrate the docking of a service satellite to a tumbling satellite.

     

    09/2008-02/2010: University of Applied Sciences, Aachen, Germany

    Student graduate assistant: Translation (German-English) of Dynamics and Finite Element Method scripts.

     

    11/2005-12/2007: Global Navigation Systems GmbH, Germany

    Contract job: Integration, assembly and test of GPS-devices.

     

    08/2005-09/2005: Middle East Airlines (MEA), Lebanon

    Internship in the maintenance and repair department.

     

    07/2003-09/2003: Mercedes Benz Sole & Exclusive Agent for Daimler Chrysler AG in Lebanon

    Internship in the maintenance and repair department: Examination of motors and gears, mechanical and electronical components.

    Studies:

    09/2009-04/2012: University of applied sciences (FH) Aachen, Germany

    Master in Aerospace Engineering

    Master thesis: “Improving the efficiency of photovoltaic cells by irradiating Silicon wafers using femto- and pico-second laser radiation” (black silicon).

    Main tasks:

    + Changing the optical properties of p100 Silicon wafers by micro- and nanostructuring the surface using femto- and picosecond laser radiation

    +  Etching of the test objects with HF and KOH

    +  Analysis of the test objects using SEM, UV-VIS spectrometer

    +  Measuring the surface wettability of the test objects

    10/2003-02/2009: University of applied sciences (FH) Aachen, Germany

    Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering

    Bachelor thesis: “Improving the efficiency of wind turbines by optimizing the aerodynamics of a wind blade turbine”

    Main tasks:

    +  Construction of a wind turbine rotor blade (AH 94-W-301) from Styrofoam, covered with 2 different glass fiber fabrics. The glass fiber was laminated with a mixture of epoxy resin (L285) and a hardener (H287). The blade was additionally strengthened using a 2 mm Balsa wood board

    +  Construction of steel stencils

    +  Grinding and grounding of the blade

    +  Investigation of the lift and resistance coefficient of the blade in a wind tunnel at the Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in Aachen under different angles of attack, wind speed and surface roughness.

     

    Language skills

    French: Mother tongue

    Arabic: Mother tongue

    English: Fluent

    German:  Fluent

     

    IT and soft skills

    MS-Office, LaTeX, CATIA V5 R18, ANSYS, Labview,  analySIS, OriginLab, Solidworks, CorelDRAW, Rhino3D 5.0, DIFFSYS, G-codes, six sigma and entrepreneurship

     

    Hobbies

    Volleyball, tennis, basketball, yoga, chess and model-making.


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